Retractable garage door screens also sometimes referred to as pocket doors. These doors can be removed or stuck on the wall as required. This type of door saves space and allows someone to add a door without having to worry about where to move. A retractable door is more difficult to install than typical door. This is because you need to cut the existing wall around the door in order to install it.
Measure the wall to see if there is enough space for the retractable garage door screens. The opening in the wall will have to be approximately twice the width of the retractable garage door screens. Measure the width of the door retractable pocket you will use. Double the measurement and transfer the measurement to the wall with a pencil.
Check for electrical work or plumbing in the wall. In some cases you can tell just by looking at the light switches or outlets on the wall that will be working on. Other times, you may need to carefully remove the drywall to see if there is any useful work there. Walls with plumbing should not have a retractable pocket door installed on them. Reroute any electrical work on the walls, or hire a licensed electrician to do the job for you if you are uncomfortable doing electrical work.
Install the retractable garage door screens. Measure the header entry and transfer the measurement to the door track included. Cut the track to the measurement with a hacksaw. Screw the track into place at the top of door with a screwdriver and screws. Install Ground Support bolts division. Tip asparagus divided into brackets and nail the asparagus tips to the head. Hang the door in place on the track.
Install drywall on the walls surrounding the door. Screw the drywall in place. Apply drywall compound to the seams, place tape drywall drywall and remove excess compound with a spatula. Let the compound dry overnight. Arena compound and repeat if necessary. Paint the wall to match the rest of the room. Install the trim around the retractable garage door screens. Measure and cut the door trim size in a miter saw. Nail the molding in place with a nail gun. Finish as desired.