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Insect screens shouldn't be this hard.... but I need help.
We switched to a wider brand of stacker doors in our dining room and these don't come with insect screens. The verdict is that we need insect screens but I don't want to obstruct the view with clunky screens,etc.
I've been looking at Centor screens but aren't yet convinced that they'll work with our dining room design. The screens have a ~100x100cm box at either end of the window frame and the column between our two sets of stacker doors is only 230mm square. I believe that they can still be installed but I'm worried about obstructing access to opening the stacker doors and a bulky addition to the column. Please take a look at our dining room plan and let me know if you have any suggestions.
WBN have suggested some security screens (including Crimsafe) but I suspect they will not be the best for airflow, which is the whole point of us having screens.