About your screen specialist
Oregon Screen Crafts is a family-owned and operated screen construction and repair business specializing in the installation of Mirage retractable screen systems. Owner Andy Collins has served the Corvallis OR area for over 40 years with the goal of providing the best screen solution to each and every customer’s needs while staying within budget. We are a small business, so you will be dealing directly with the owner all the way from sales to final installation. Our staff is factory trained to install Mirage retractable windows screens, screen doors, and screens for large openings (like garages and lanais) up to 110? tall and 109? wide. The key selling features of the Mirage retractable screen system is an integrated bottom track that prevents tripping, plus 45 different colors to choose from and an extensive lifetime warranty on all hardware. Over the years Oregon Screen Crafts has done very little advertising because our happy customers do the advertising for us! They simply love our products and service. We pride ourselves on providing the best quality screen products plus friendly, professional service, and we are continually busy with referrals. In addition to the Mirage retractable screen systems, we also custom make patio doors and carry regular and oversized swing doors, plus we do repair and maintenance on old screens. Owner Andy Collins holds an Oregon Construction Contractors Board License (#59123). If you live in Corvallis, Albany, Dallas, Eugene, Newport, Salem, or elsewhere nearby, please call Oregon Screen Crafts at 541-752-5459 or email us for your free, no obligation Mirage Screens estimate!
Dealer's Product Offerings
Retractable Screen Doors
Enjoy your indoor and outdoor spaces with a seamless and smooth retractable screen systems designed to fit all regular, French, and sliding doors.Learn More
Large Opening Retractable Screen Doors
Your screening solution for large openings in your home. Whether it’s a bi-fold door or a multi-panel sliding door— the large opening retractable screen has you covered.Learn More
Discover valuable tips and information on retractable and motorized screens, home design, and home ventilation from the leading manufacturers and experts in the industry.
With the arrival of sweltering summer months, now is the time that people generally shut their windows, turn up their AC, and brace for higher electric bills.Read More
Finding the right screen option to suit your needs can be difficult if your home has particularly large openings, such as multi-paneled sliding doors or bi-fold doors.Read More
Selecting the best retractable screen for your space can significantly enhance your outdoor experience by providing unobstructed views while keeping you protected from insects and debris. However, choosing the right screen requires careful consideration of several factors to ensure it meets your specific needs and budget.Read More
Whether you’re concerned about the maintenance of installing a screen door or repairing your own, this complete guide covers everything from preventing tears to repairing the damage.Read More
Imagine extending your home’s living space, making it an enchanting oasis where you can enjoy every season in cozy comfort. From sun-soaked summer days to frosty winter evenings, a patio screen system is here to elevate your outdoor living experience. When it comes to patio screens, retractable screens are a great way to add versatility and privacy at home – but there’s more than just the obvious factors that affect their cost.Read More
Check out our blog to learn how you can enjoy the benefits and convenience of using motorized retractable screens for your garage.Read More
People are always coming up with new ideas and inventions for the home. One of these inventions, the retractable screen door, has offered a level of protection, aesthetic, and functionality to homes.Read More
French doors are a popular choice for homeowners due to their elegant style, ability to let in natural light, and easy access to the outdoors. But what about keeping unwanted insects and debris out while still allowing for ventilation and airflow?Read More