A: They can be removed and reinstalled, but it is not easy. They are intended to be fixed and stay in place. The caps can easily be removed for screen repair or replacement.
A: No I recommend using 1 1/4 exterior screws to screw track to post so cap can snap on easy
A: No hardware is included, you will need any #8 x 1" wood screw and the caps that cover the bases.
A: Hardware is not included, you’ll have to buy screws/fasteners to fit your application, wood, vinyl, brick etc. For best results, use screws in all the slots, which are around 8” apart. I went through several hundred to enclose a 16’ x 20’ patio. 3/4” truss head wood screws work well with the sharp point work great for wood like these: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Teks-8-x-3-4-in-Phillips-Truss-Head-Self-Drilling-Screws-200-Pack-21504/100182178.
A: Hardware is not included. you will need to purchase the screws for your application. Simple process
A: If you mean screws, No. I use the GRK Cabinet screws. As they have washer heads and can be snugged to the Screen tite without being too tight, which would not allow for some expansion/contraction. They also come in a variety of lengths.
A: These vinyl base tracks attach to the face of the framing of a porch and allows you to hold the screening in place using spline to hold the screen into place and then there are caps that snap onto the base for a clean finished look. See link to more info. https://www.screentight.com/screening-systems/screen-tight/
A: As me being a contractor I don’t think it’s possible to put it on the inside of a opening as the snap cover white piece won’t be able to cover due to screen being in the way it’s made to be put on outside of posts or wall or on the inside flat against the wall
A: Yes, for me work everywhere
A: Yes, but the spline will be easier to pull out.