And here’s the only part of the conversion we didn’t build ourselves: the mosquito screens! Have a look:
And here’s the magnetic door doing it’s thing (it’s probably our favorite feature!):
Where to get them?
Here is the “bad” news… our mosquito screens were obtained from a small company near Montreal (in Canada): Rolef.ca. The product is very well made and we’re very impressed by the quality, but unfortunately (if you don’t live near Montreal) it’s custom made and it has to be installed by Rolef themselves; so it’s not available online. When we bought them, the sliding door and rear door screens were priced at 750$ CDN each (that’s about 580$ US each).
On Second Thought…
We’re glad we went with Rolef and we highly recommend them, but they’re kind of hard to get and are definitely not cheap…
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