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Although the Brisa is branded as a “screen door,” it’s not really a door. Instead, it’s a retractable screen housed in the jamb of an aluminum frame. The frame attaches to a brickmold door casing in just 30 minutes using just a power drill, with the bottom of the frame locking into the existing door’s threshold. The frame is adjustable for doors from 30 to 36 inches wide without cutting; smaller doors require two simple cuts. The screen needs no trimming, but simply extends to the installed width and latches to the opposite jamb. Cost: around $180. ODL, 800.253.3900, odl.com