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sliding screen door

Hi, I'm looking for replace my patio sliding screen door. The ones I find at Rona/renot-depot/lowes and Home depot have terrible reviews. What other places are there to source one? Looking for 30" wide.
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elgordito wrote: Hi, I'm looking for replace my patio sliding screen door. The ones I find at Rona/renot-depot/lowes and Home depot have terrible reviews. What other places are there to source one? Looking for 30" wide.
Did you find any recommendation. I am looking for the same size patio screen door to replace too. I dont have the previous door anymore so I don't have the option of fixing an existing one.
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Oct 6, 2010
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Try Gem Windows and Doors. https://gemwindows.com/

I made a few purchases from these folks. They are located on the queensway near the 427.
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dealwiththedeal wrote: Did you find any recommendation. I am looking for the same size patio screen door to replace too. I dont have the previous door anymore so I don't have the option of fixing an existing one.
I'm waiting for a quote from a company called fenomax...
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My local glass shop does custom window screens and patio door screens.
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Jan 4, 2007
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I broke the screen on mine last night.
Door size is 35.5 in x 76.5.
A guy on kijiji has quoted $150 to replace screen and $190 for an extra strength one.
Is that a reasonable price ? How much would new door cost and is it easy to find an exact size one which the locking mechanism will line up with whats in the frame ?
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navin2004 wrote: I broke the screen on mine last night.
Door size is 35.5 in x 76.5.
A guy on kijiji has quoted $150 to replace screen and $190 for an extra strength one.
Is that a reasonable price ? How much would new door cost and is it easy to find an exact size one which the locking mechanism will line up with whats in the frame ?
Replacing the whole door or just the screen? I think my local Home Hardware does just the screen for $40+cost of their screen material. It’s not $150 for sure. Pet screen (the heavier material) doesn’t cost much more but is a bit of a pain to get in.
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navin2004 wrote: I broke the screen on mine last night.
Door size is 35.5 in x 76.5.
A guy on kijiji has quoted $150 to replace screen and $190 for an extra strength one.
Is that a reasonable price ? How much would new door cost and is it easy to find an exact size one which the locking mechanism will line up with whats in the frame ?
To replace just the mesh? That's an easy DIY job. If the frame is still in good shape there's no need to replace the whole door.
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Thank you @Kiraly and @Jerico I did end up getting it replaced at Home Hardware for $60. These Kijiji sellers are rip offs and make it sound like end of the world. Multiple people replied and each with high quotes.
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navin2004 wrote: Thank you @Kiraly and @Jerico I did end up getting it replaced at Home Hardware for $60. These Kijiji sellers are rip offs and make it sound like end of the world. Multiple people replied and each with high quotes.
I think the Kijiji guys come to you vs you going to them so that easily adds $100
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True, but still a lot. We used to have a guy driving around in a mini-van during summer months asking in our subdivision if we needed a replacement, but not right when I rip the screen of ours accidentally.
Learnt something new thanks to Youtube on how to remove the door. Took it to HH and picked up in 3 hours, re-installed it.
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Aug 28, 2010
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Replacing the meash your self is like $15 and 15mins of your time lol. 10x easier with a second pair of hands
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porchemasi wrote: Replacing the meash your self is like $15 and 15mins of your time lol. 10x easier with a second pair of hands
You need the tool, which increases the price if you dont have it.
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Feb 7, 2017
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Jerico wrote: You need the tool, which increases the price if you dont have it.
Lol

So true ... the right “tool” for every job

Always increases the price ... even if he’s found on Kijiji
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