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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    If I'm home and not asleep my front door is always open and screen door locked. I love the fresh air and my cats sit and watch out the door.

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    Haha I meant when someone knocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NancyBlackett View Post
    Haha I meant when someone knocks.
    Hahahaha ahhhh got ya now!

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    The house we are moving too doesn't have a screen door and I plan to put on on there. But it has a security camera out front so of someone knocks on your door you can push a button and see on the screen who it is and talk to them. So that makes me feel better about no screen door.


 

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