A: This screen is available with a black trim. The model number is FEN 92510.
A: Yes, only in black to the best of my knowledge. The white that's shown in the picture is the door frame, I believe. Hope this helps.
A: It appears it does come in a black trim. Click on included Home Depot link. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Magic-Mesh-39-in-x-83-in-Hands-Free-Black-Plastic-Mesh-Magnetic-Screen-Door-MM011124/206924746?source=shoppingads&locale=en-US&pla&mtc=SHOPPING-BF-CDP-GGL-D30-030_023_GLASS_SCREEN-NA-NA-NA-LIA-NA-NA-NA-NA-NBR-NA-NA-NA-NA&cm_mmc=SHOPPING-BF-CDP-GGL-D30-030_023_GLASS_SCREEN-NA-NA-NA-LIA-NA-NA-NA-NA-NBR-NA-NA-NA-NA-71700000044150121-58700004608004196-92700038790561217&gclid=Cj0KCQjwy5maBhDdARIsAMxrkw0-7-ZxWd6Z-hD_PfgnlHlzeHx_zdYyKrTNr6z42tj0q7s9v2TYfGwaAk_EEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds
A: I have this problem, too. What I do is to try and control the wind so that the full force of the wind is not hitting the screen. If there is a door behind the screen shut it part-ways to lessen the impact on the screen. I know it's an imperfect solution but it works for me.
A: We have never had this issue with ours even though we have gotten some strong winds. I would try stronger magnets. You can probably find them on scientific sales websites and attach them with glue.
A: I just aimed a squirrel cage fan at mine that moves about 500 cfm of air. The screen did puff out like a sail but the magnets held. I pushed on it to break the hold of the magnets at the bottom of the screen. The air kept the screen separated so the magnets would not come back together. I turned off the fan and the magnets came back together. I turned the fan back on, the screen puffed as if a sail but the magnets did not separate. I hope this helps.
A: I think it would be easier to purchase a double door screen and cut it down. Otherwise you would have to somehow sew the two pieces together.
A: The screen attaches to the door frame with a velcro strip so in theory you could. The problem would be that the outer edges attach to the sides of the door frame and there are magnets that pull the two halves of the screen together in the middle when no one is walking through the doorway. If you want to put an extra width on, I would suggest gluing or otherwise attaching it to one half of the screen so there will not be a place where bugs can get in.
A: Wow! Great question and I wish I knew the answer. This is a case of trial and error. In my opinion, you're just going to have to attempt it and correct any errors as you proceed. Please let us know the details when you succeed.
A: I had to modify my installation just a bit by adding a narrow 2” wide molding to the glass edge side to attach the screen on that side. Very easy. Installation was easy and I love this screen!
A: You might have to overlap but it should work for a slightly smaller door. It’s excellent by the way, if you’re in the market for a screen door like this, this is the one to by.