Bravo Retractable Screens

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Inside Mount

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Outside-Surface Mount

Measuring Guide Retractable Screens

1. Begin by identifying the area where the retractable screen will be mounted.

2. Width is the side-to-side measurement. Height is the top-to-bottom measurement.

3. The width is always given before the height of the door or window. For example, an order 48 x 72 would be manufactured 48 inches wide by 72 inches high. Many windows are not square, so the width should be measured at the top, in the middle and at the bottom. Also check the height of the window in the middle and at both sides. When placing your order use the smallest size of the three measurements.

4. When measuring for inside-mounted screens, don’t round up or down. Measure to the nearest 1/8 of an inch. We will make the appropriate deductions to allow the screen to be fitted inside or out side your window.

5. Please call Toll Free 1-800-446-1626.

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SINGLE DOORS: (Kits)
COMPONENT OPENING SIZE – DEDUCTION = CUT SIZE
Cassette Height then Subtract 11/16” _________________
Side Profile Height (No Deduction) _________________
Top Guide Rail Width then Subtract 2-1/8” _________________
Bottom Guide Rail Width then Subtract 2-1/8” _________________

DOUBLE OR FRENCH DOORS: (Kits)
COMPONENT OPENING SIZE – DEDUCTION = CUT SIZE
Cassette Height then Subtract 11/16” _________________
Top Guide Rail Width then Subtract 3-3/4” _________________
Bottom Guide Rail Width then Subtract 3-3/4” _________________

Note: Single screens and double screens require different cutting deductions.

Custom Size:  ( RTI )  Ready to Install  it is Fully Finished & Assembled to the sizes you have entered less 1/16 of inch. 

For Custom size only height and width is required with no subtraction. We will send you finished product Ready to install less (1/16″ ) one sixteenth  of an inch.

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