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Join Date: Jul 2005
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You know, a thought, if you're willing. You can make an actual false wall that covers the whole garage opening. You could hinge it and then put the screen in. If you have a window in the garage, you can block off that window.
Almost like an oriental screen design. Make it black plywood that folds open on hinges (with some simple supports on the inside of the garage to hold it in place. Leave a big hole for the screen, put your framed screen in the hole.
You could put the whole thing on casters (just give 1/4" or so to roll) and then you don't have to lift anything. Roll the false wall to the garage door, expand it, maybe lock the hinges in place, put the screen in, and done. (Sounds so easy here... hehe...)
Of course if the sun shines on the screen it won't work, but it will definately help.
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