Marvin sliding door adds disappearing screen option (video)

Marvin sliding door adds disappearing screen option (video)

As more window manufacturers are meeting demand for sliding glass doors, Marvin added a screen option to its Ultimate Multi-slide door.

Earlier this year, Marvin Windows and Doors introduced the Ultimate Multi-Slide Door to its Scenic Door collection, which answered the marketplace's demand for large doors that maximize daylight and views.

Now, to further enhance that product introduction, and to help provide greater comfort and protection against insects and the elements, Marvin introduces a sliding screen door option for the Ultimate Multi-Slide Door.

Marvin's new sliding screens are available up to 12 feet wide with a single screen and 24-foot wide with double screens, both of which fit seamlessly into Marvin's large Multi-Slide Doors. The screen retracts neatly away, so it is not visible when not in use. Other features of this screen option include:

  • Flat screen mesh for clearer visibility. With no cords or pleats, the screen offers a clean look to complement the Ultimate Multi-Slide Door
  • Pet and puncture resistant for greater durability
  • Three screen surround colors available, including white, bronze or clear anodize

"We've had an incredible response to our Ultimate Multi-Slide Door across the country due to its sizing, impressive energy efficiency, and beauty, and we are excited to announce the latest addition to the line," said Christine Marvin, Director of Marketing at Marvin Windows and Doors. "To blend indoor and outdoor spaces is a fixture in today's home, and the Ultimate Multi-Slide Door provides the ability to do so and make a dramatic statement at the same time.  The introduction of the sliding screen satisfies demand for air flow to the inside of the home while keeping debris and bugs outside."

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Topics: Doors, Going Green, Healthy Homes, Indoor Air Quality, Windows

Companies: Marvin Windows and Doors

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