SNAPTRACK BY SCREENEZE® | THE NO-SPLINE SCREEN PORCH SYSTEM®
NO MORE SPLINING & NO MORE VISIBLE SCREWS
SNAPTRACK is an aluminum porch screen frame system like SCREENEZE in nearly every way except it is face-mounted to a porch enclosure instead of flush or corner-mounted (like SCREENEZE). This screen system does not require spline which helps cut material costs, and is self-stretching and tightening making it one of the easiest screen systems to install. Also, no screws are visible! What’s more it comes in multiple colors and offers a 10-year limited warranty.
- Hidden Screws!
- No Staples | No Splines
- Vinyl and aluminum screen porch system
- Install to Face of Post/Column
- Span Panels up to 150 Sq Ft
- Pre-Drilled Aluminum
- Compatible with Corner Plinth Kit
- Easy Screen Replacement
- Self Tightening | No Stretching
- 10 Year Limited Warranty
- Available Sizes: 8'
- Aluminum Base: 3/4"
- Vinyl Cap: 3/8" x 1/2"
Each Kit Includes:
- 5 SNAPTRACK bases
- 5 SNAPTRACK caps
Additional Materials Needed
Suggested Tools For Installation
- Rubber mallet
- Small pry bar
- Utility knife
- Power drill
- Tape measure
- Miter saw
Recommended Screen Mesh
The screen mesh for our porch screen systems is sold separately to provide you the advantage of choosing the best screen for your needs and budget. We suggest choosing from these mesh types:
For contractors and larger projects, request a bid.
SNAPTRACK Installation Instructions:
Want to learn more about enclosing a porch? Read answers to frequently asked questions below or contact us. We’d love to help make your project a success. You can also visit the Metro Screenworks showroom in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.
How To Re-Screen a Porch: What Screen System Should I Choose?
SNAPTRACK is an easy-to-install system for new or existing porch enclosures. This vinyl and aluminum screen system is designed to be flush-mounted onto pillars or posts of your enclosure and requires no staples or spline. Simply, install the aluminum base, place the screen, and snap on the cap which self-tightens the screen. Repair is also easy: remove the cap, replace the mesh, then re-snap on the cap.
How Long Does It Take to Build a Screened-In Porch?
It depends. Using a screen system such as SNAPTRACK can cut down on the installation time as it is one of the easiest porch screen systems to install. Simply install the base, place the screen, and snap on the cap. No splining or staples or wood-cutting involved.
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