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WeatherSpec Series Storm Door in Cedar with a Full View and Classic Style
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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.

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.

How do you install a storm door?

To install the storm door you need to place it to the jamb and install using provided hardware. You need to ensure that the door is level and correctly in place. If you have never installed a door before it might be something that you request a friend's help with.

do storm doors already come assembled?

You can buy storm doors that are pre-hung. This is where the door is already on the frame and you just have to install it. You can also buy the door alone and install it into the frame you already have. Some doors will come with locksets and some won't.

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.

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.

Why do people have storm doors?

People have storm doors for warmer weather, to let the fresh air in, while still keeping the bugs out. They have a storm door for the harsher weather, to protect their home and the main exterior door.

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.

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.

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.

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How to Install a New Storm Door

How To Install A New Storm Door

Standard exterior doors serve their purpose, but if you like to feel closer to the outdoors, without the outdoors coming in, there’s nothing like a storm door. You get the extra light and fresh air, of course, but storm doors also offer extra security. They come in a few different styles, so there is sure to be a style that suits your purposes and your taste.

In addition, today’s storm doors are markedly different from ones you might have seen in the past or the simpler screen doors that you might have had when you were growing up. Today, they can come with innovative features like treated glass that keeps UV rays out or magnetic weather-stripping, so your storm door closes as tight as a refrigerator. No matter what features you’re seeking, there’s sure to be a storm door to fit your needs.

Installing a new storm door is not as easy as say, painting a door, but it’s not the overwhelming task you might assume. It’s well within the wheelhouse of the average homeowner. So to get

How To Paint A Storm Door

How To Paint A Storm Door

A storm door is a great addition to your home. The downfall is that these metal doors are not always attractive. When people come to your home this is going to be one of the first things that they see. The good news is that you can give your storm door a whole new look for a little time and some paint. This is a job that nearly anyone can do. It doesn't take being a professional to get the job done and it can be completed quickly without hassle.

How to Measure for a New Screen Door

How To Measure For A Storm Door

If you live in an area with inclement weather, you might already have a storm door. However, you don't need to live somewhere stormy to find a storm door useful. Besides being handy during bad weather, they're also useful for security and they can make your home more energy efficient. In addition, in pleasant weather, many storm doors provide a way for you to get fresh air flowing into your home without having to deal with a torrent of insects. Screen doors are similar, of course, but do not provide the same weather security or energy efficiency that storm doors do. They are made in different materials from wood to aluminum to PVC and fiberglass, so you should be able to find one that fits your taste and your home.

Installing a storm door can be tricky, but it's a lot easier when you take the time to get accurate measurements. Luckily, measuring for a new storm door is not as difficult as you might think. It doesn't take any intimidating tools and can be done in minutes.

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Classic Storm Doors

When you think of classic storm doors, you might think first of the classic screen door, which always seem to be banging in the wind in old movies. While the terms are often used interchangeably, there are subtle and not-so-subtle differences between the two. For example, while a screen door is a self-explanatory simple door with a screen, a storm door is more sophisticated. Either choice, classic screen door or classic storm door, could be appropriate for your home, depending on what you're looking for. But if you want the best of both worlds,  you should choose a classic storm door. read more

A Door with a View

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Measuring Accurately

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Maintaining the Storm

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Patio Storm Doors

Patio doors open your home to fun. Whether you want to step out to a backyard baseball game or BBQ, these doors will lead to some of the greatest moments in life. And with a patio storm door, you can have functionality and save some energy at the same time. Patio storm doors are secondary, exterior doors often installed to protect against bad or extreme weather conditions and provide better ventilation in good weather. These doors usually have retractable or interchangeable screen and glass panels and come in various materials and sizes. In warmer months, you can leave your main door open using the screen to help keep your home full of fresh air without letting in flying insects and bugs. Patio storm doors have an effective air space barrier to provide more insulation against outdoor elements because they have interlocking panels made of custom tempered glass. Patio storm doors are often available in aluminum, wood, vinyl and fiberglass. You can have them painted to complement or match the color of your home. The glass and frames of patio storm doors are available in a variety of styles, letting in various levels of natural light. There are three main types of patio storm doors which are discussed below. read more

Full-View Patio Storm Door

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Mid-View Patio Storm Door

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High-View Patio Storm Door

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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

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