Retractable Motorized Screens
The Supra roll-down screens for porches allow for natural ventilation of medium and large openings. They’re the perfect choice for patio enclosures, gazebos, lanais, garage doors, and other openings that are up to 12 feet tall and 22 feet wide. Enjoy insect protection when you need it and roll the screens up when you don’t. Each screen is made-to-order and available with a remote or crack for operation.
Easy-to-install and operate
92% UV blockage, 5% openness
Provides insect protection
Charcoal insect screen fabric is standard
Premium fabrics available (Solar Control Sheer Weave 100 - White, or European Solar)
Frame color options include White, Desert Tan, and Brownstone
Care Tip: Screens should be retracted when not in use, especially during windy conditions or inclement weather: they are not intended to be continuously exposed to sun, rain, or other harsh conditions.
The motorized version comes with an easy-to-use, hand-held remote control. Open or close the screen with the touch of a button. One channel or three channel remotes are available and they require a 120-volt connection. This pull-down retractable screen door is also available in a manual version, activated using a child-safe operating wand.
Have questions? Contact us! The screen experts at Metro Screen works would love to help you find the products you need.
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Learn more about retractable patio screens below and contact us with any additional questions you may have. You can also visit the Metro Screen works showroom in Highlands Ranch, Colorado to see our products in person.
How Much Do Motorized Retractable Screens Cost?
It depends on the size and customizations you add. Our retractable porch screens start at around $1200 and may cost more with customizations, due to their size, and other considerations. We offer payment options with Ygrene which make long-term investments such as retractable porch screens easier than ever.
Do Retractable Screens Keep Bugs Out?
Yes. Supra motorized outdoor screens are designed with a bug flap on the sides and bottom — the places most likely to let in insects — to keep all bugs out.