Natura EX Series Storm Door in Oak with a High View and Classic Style
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Model
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1003944
Price: $361.02
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Natura EX Series Storm Door in Oak with a High View and Classic Style

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Model
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1003944
Price: $361.02
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Warranty
9years
View Type
High
Color
Oak
Style
Classic
Brand
Brand
Shipping Time
QuickShip
Installation Costs
$79.99-$149.99
Series
Natura EX
Current Specs
Handing
Left Hand Inswing
Product description

Storm Doors from Bora Doors are the easiest, most practical way to upgrade the look of your home. Completely customizable and easy to install, these storm doors will be a beautiful and long-lasting addition to your house. Choose from many options of panel, color, interior and exterior finishes, and sizes, all constructed from long-lasting aluminum or polyurethane-covered composite. All doors feature a brilliant new convenient feature that allows you to keep the door open for as long as you like simply with the press of a button.

Glass panels available in standard clear or frosted glass, but can also be etched with one of our pre-designed patterns or one of your own, or tinted for variable light inflow. Weatherstripping on the jamb is top-of-the-line to prevent rot and seepage of light or wind. Available in 1/8” increments for complete customizability.

Easy installation instructions and kit with all necessary tools and parts.
Total customization options from frame to finish.
Durable weatherstripping for a long-lasting jamb and seal.
Easy-press stay open button feature for hassle-free use.
Money-back guarantee for six months.
Key Features
Warranty

Delivery-to-installation guarantee for the entire door. Lifetime warranty on door jamb and all moving parts (stay-open button, hinges, spring, and handles) contingent on proper maintenance (easy-to-follow instructions are available online, or you may call our help line 24 hours a day). Limited 5-year warranty on glass panel (not available for etched glass).

Specifications

Composite and polyurethane door (1.5” thick), aluminum weatherstripping (two strips with rubber binding, ¼” rise), and single closer (no lock). Standard door is 32” wide and up to 84” high. Flexible rubber sweep comes in one size and must be cut to proper width at time of installation. All tools and parts required for assembly are included in the installation kit.

Assembly and Installation

Easy-to-follow graphic instructions included in installation kit, along with all parts and tools required for assembly and installation. Note: use of a power drill (not included) is recommended for easier installation. Entire process of assembly and installation takes roughly 30 minutes per door. Our professional installers are available for a flat fee to assemble and install door if you prefer.

Options

Choose from among a wide array of options. Glass panel is available in standard clear, tinted (18 colors), etched (12 pre-designed patterns, or you can send us your own), or frosted (8 textures). The door has three exterior colors to choose from, and the interior has 16 finishes (for example, bronzed metallic or ivory wooden).

Current Specifications
Dimensions
Size
30 In. By 80 In.
Weight
66 Lbs.
Thickness
1.25 In.
Specifications
Brand
Bora Doors
Series
Natura EX
Warranty
9 Years
Installation Costs
$79.99-$149.99
Shipping Time
Quickship
Color
Oak
View Type
High
Application
N/A
Use Location
Exterior
Style
Classic
Handing
Left Hand Inswing
Hardware Finish
Gold
Material
Steel
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Natura EX Series Storm Door in Oak with a High View and Classic Style - Storm Doors from Bora Doors are the easiest, most practical way to upgrade the look of your home. Completely customizable and easy to install, these storm doors will be a beautiful and long-lasting addition to your house. Choose from many options of panel, color, interior and exterior finishes, and sizes, all constructed from long-lasting aluminum or polyurethane-covered composite. All doors feature a brilliant new convenient feature that allows you to keep the door open for as long as you like simply with the press of a button.Glass panels available in standard clear or frosted glass, but can also be etched with one of our pre-designed patterns or one of your own, or tinted for variable light inflow. Weatherstripping on the jamb is top-of-the-line to prevent rot and seepage of light or wind. Available in 1/8” increments for complete customizability.
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Price: $361.02
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Questions And Answers

How do you determine the swing of a storm door?
The swing of a storm door is not too difficult to determine. If you face back near the door’s hinge jamb and your right hand is near your doorknob, it’s a right swing. When facing the same direction and your left hand is near the doorknob, it’s a left swing.
What are the different kinds of storm doors?
There are three main types when it comes to storm doors. You have the ventilating doors, full-view doors, as well as retractable screen doors. Each door is slightly different but they all offer the same basic benefits by allowing for circulation of air without allowing insects to enter your home.
Is it necessary to have a storm door?
No, a storm door isn't a necessity. However, a storm door can benefit you greatly. It helps to provide protection to your main, more costly, entry door. Often these doors have screens to allow you the pleasure of being able to circulate fresh air. They are certainly worth the investment.
Is steel the best material for a storm door?
You will find that steel could be the best material for a storm door. This material is very durable, low-maintenance and it is stronger than most other materials as well.
How do I measure for a storm door?
You measure for a storm door by first measuring the height from the exterior-top trim’s underside to the sill. Then, you measure width from the top, center, to the bottom of your door’s opening. The smallest measurement should be used when placing an order for a new storm door.
What is a storm door closer?
A storm door closer is great to have. It will close your door for you, after you have opened it. This keeps the bugs, pests and dirt out of your home and keeps your home safer too.
How do you measure a doorway for a storm door?
Measure from the sill to the exterior trim underside, located at the top of your door. Now you need to measure the width. Do this at the bottom, the center of the door, and at the top. Use the shortest width measurement that you come up with.
what does a sweep for a storm door do?
A sweep for a storm door can do a few things for you. First, it can make your home more energy efficient. Second, it can keep insects and pests out of your home. Third, it can keep dirt out of your home too.
Do Storm doors help with insulation?
Yes, storm doors do help with insulation. They can save you energy all year because they provide another insulating layer for your home. This prevents loss of heat in colder weather and loss of cooler air from your home in hotter weather.
What is a storm door stop?
A storm door stop is great if you live in an area that has high winds, actually, it's great period. The stop keeps the door from blowing all the way open in the event of a large gust of wind. This helps to keep your door from becoming damaged.
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How To Replace Storm Door Handle

Having a storm door is a great idea. If you already have one on your home, it is important to keep an eye on the handle. This part of these doors often breaks quicker than other parts of the door. The best thing to do if you are having issues with your current handle is to put in a whole new storm door handle. This is a very simple project and doesn’t take very long either.

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Steel Storm Doors

Storm doors have a initial cost that is relatively low, therefore, installing steel storm doors is an inexpensive option with many benefits for the homeowner.  Storm doors can be made from steel, fiberglass, wood, and aluminum.  These doors often have inserts that are interchangeable for screens and glass.  Depending on your choice of materials and the quality of the door, you will often find that these doors can last you more than 25 years.  That is a long time for your investment, meaning it will certainly pay for itself.   That being said, you need to make sure that you take the time to select the best door for your needs.  Below are some of the great benefits that you can get from investing in a new storm door. read more

Protection

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Energy Efficiency

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Security

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Average Priced Storm Doors

Many homeowners like the idea of having a storm door, but they don’t want to spend a fortune on higher-end models. Luckily, there are plenty of average-priced storm doors to choose from, making it easy to find an option that meets your needs and aesthetic preferences. . A full view storm door features the most glass, usually encompassing the vast majority of the door’s surface. Mid-view variants are still mainly glass, though approximately the lower quarter of the door is comprised of the frame material. A high view storm door has glass on the upper half and solid material on the lower portion. Which option is right for you may depend on the amount of traffic through the door, or whether people, pets or objects may contact the lower portion of the door. read more

Available Materials

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Features

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Style

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Wood Storm Doors

When you are replacing an existing storm door due to signs of wear and tear or are interested in installing your first wood storm door, you want to make sure that you choose the right option. . A high view storm door features the least amount of glass, typically covering only the upper half. This allows light into the room while providing an additional level of safety and security, as the lower portion of the door remains solid. Mid-view wood storm doors have windows that span between two-thirds and three-quarters of the door’s area, featuring a section near the bottom that functions as a kickplate. Full view versions include the most glass, which may either be a single pane or comprised of multiple panes, typically with a slider. read more

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