Designed to outlast and outperform all other sliding patio screen doors
Sliding screen doors have many parts and pieces, as well as many wonderful attributes.
We believe sliding patio screen doors should withstand an active lifestyle that includes kids, pets and people who may bump against the door without screen blow out, derailing from the track or bending the frame. That’s why we manufactured a heavy duty sliding patio screen door we named Samson to address the pitfalls customers told us they experience with other sliding patio screen doors. Among many other features, Samson strength comes from the corner keys secured by 4 fasteners each, our self-locking screen technology that actually gets tighter the more you push on it, and dual aluminum wall frame construction. Samson also features oversized wheels which ensure continuously smooth gliding. We think sliding patio screen doors shouldn’t have to be replaced due to low quality and they should be affordably priced for everyone to be able to enjoy a hassle free patio screen door for years to come. So when you are looking for a replacement sliding patio screen door look to Samson, as it is the longest lasting, heavy duty, aluminum patio screen door on the market.
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Our line up of power coat finishes ensures that we are able to offer all the possible colors needed to match a wide variety of projects. With the addition of an anodized finish, homeowners and contractors living and working in tough environments can enjoy a complete match to their aluminum projects.
Will from Aloha Screen Doors in Maui HI was kind enough to share this video of a Samson installation in Hana, HI
Will McNabb of Aloha Screen Doors takes the Samson Patio Screen Door for a ride. When Will traveled from Maui to visit our facility in Eastern Tennessee, he already knew how sturdy the Samson Patio Screen Door is but we took it a bit further. Watch Will hang from a Samson Patio Screen Door suspended from a forklift. Can your screen door handle this?