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Andersen

Model HD20F36WH

Internet #100055375

Store SKU #818215

36 in. x 80 in. 2000 Series White Fullview Storm Door

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The Andersen 2000 Series Fullview Storm Door offers quality at an uncommon value. This full light style storm door has glass from top to bottom to maximize your views, along with convenient features, low maintenance and durability. Backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

  • Universal door handing accommodates left- and right-hand installation allowing flexibility when installing
  • 2-Hour easy install - prepped for easy assembly and installation requiring only basic skills and tools with no sawing
  • Thermally tempered safety glass is stronger and safer than regular glass; if broken the glass breaks into pebbles instead of sharp pieces
  • Seasonal ventilation with interchangeable glass and insect screen panels (included) – glass for full weather protection or insect screen for fresh air
  • 1.25 in. Frame construction with reinforced aluminum internal corner brackets for added strength and durability
  • Heavy-duty steel, push-button closer allows you to prop the door open with the tap of your toe
  • Single layer weatherstripping on top, bottom and sides to help reduce drafts
  • Built-in forged steel keyed deadbolt lock for added security
  • Rekeyable deadbolt lock eliminates need to carry an extra key
  • Oops-proof program provides free replacement of any lost parts during installation
  • Tamper-resistant hinges
  • Brass handle set included
  • Limited lifetime warranty

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Is the screen insert included?

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Yes - the screen is included as is the hardware (handles, key, etc)
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Yes.
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Yes, will probably never use it, but is in good shape.
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February 18, 2015
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Yes the 2000 Series Full View Storm Door comes with the screen and window.
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how do I change my door from the glass insert to the screen insert?

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I can't figure out how to change from the glass
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This video might help you:
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The 2000 Series Full-View Storm Door uses retaining strips to hold the glass/screen in place. Simply remove the 4 vinyl retainers and carefully remove your glass panel. Install your screen and re-apply the vinyl retainers.
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The glass will be removed from the inside of the door. Against the door frame and the edge of the glass are 4 plastic strips that run the full length and width of the glass. These 4 plastic strips hold the glass in place. Remove them and the glass can be removed.and the screen can be installed in its place. Be careful with the glass. It should be stored standing up or on it's side, but with heavy Read More
The glass will be removed from the inside of the door. Against the door frame and the edge of the glass are 4 plastic strips that run the full length and width of the glass. These 4 plastic strips hold the glass in place. Remove them and the glass can be removed.and the screen can be installed in its place. Be careful with the glass. It should be stored standing up or on it's side, but with heavy cardboard or wood strips on the floor to set the glass on. Glass on a concrete or other hard surface can easily be broken. Then put a moving blanket or similar fabric over the glass to protect it from incidental scratched. Read Less
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How much is installation

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September 7, 2016
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You will have to contact your local HomeDepot for installation inquiries.
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Please partner with your local store to arrange installation. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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How do I replace the screen on this door

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The door uses retaining strips to hold the screen in place. Remove the four vinyl retainers and remove the screen. Install the glass panel and re-apply the vinyl retainers.
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Thank you for your inquiry. For us to be able to help you with replacing the screen of your door, please contact the Andersen Solution Center at 855-337-8822 from 7:00AM to 6:00PM CST on weekdays and 8:00AM to 5:00PM CST during weekends. Kindly have the serial number of the door ready. - Charmaine
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 66 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Retainer to attach window and door is difficult Door looks very good. Instructions were not intuitive. Written instructions had the door being installed with the glass in place. On line Anderson videos showed it being installed with out the screen or glass. After hanging the door went to install the screen with the bottom retainer. Placement of the bottom retainer was installed to far to the left and needed to be removed. The retainer was impossible to remove. Could not find any instructions in the installation guide on how to remove the retainers. Please see picture of the disappointing results and the shredded retainer below. The door looks nice and is functional. The twice a year chore of swapping the glass and screen anticipate will be difficult. Hoping that extra retainers are readily available. June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Anderson doors are awesome! Installation was perfect I was not impressed with Home Depot on the management of time to get it installed 2 weeks to install & $30 measuring fee August 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 36 IN. X 80 IN. 2000 SERIES WHITE FULL VIEW STORM DOOR We suggest a specialist to do this job. This product is, as any others Andersen products , very reliable. February 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Purchase Contractor installed. They seemed to have no problem installing. June 22, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice but not assembled Shocked to see door frame not ready to install, knowing some assembly would be required to hang but these all in pieces was quite unexpected! Took 3 people to assist to hang them on house! If hung correctly they are nice doors. Hire someone to hang them if you are not a "handyman and have patience!" June 1, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by nice door It looks nice and was easy to install, but no directions on how to remove the window and install the creen. Also the rubber weather strip on the bottom is warped, so we had to hit it with a heat gun to soften up enough to make it lay down. May 24, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by 2000 series storm door retainer issues We didn't want to deal with sag prone vinyl screen doors or wooden doors that would require painting on our deck turned screened in porch so we decided that a full view 2000 series storm door was a good choice for our needs, especially since we are so pleased with the 3000 series with self storing screen we installed on our back door a few years ago. Installation and directions for this door are just okay. Actually labeling the parts themselves would be helpful, not just labeling parts in the directions. Everything was okay until we tried to replace the glass with the screen. First, there were no directions included on how to do this so we looked online, and even with directions we still couldn't figure out how to install the retainers. Stumbled upon this site http://bit.ly/1TTlH1J and it appears that the retainer is a one part piece per side (meaning one part each for the top, bottom, left, and right sides) but we only have a one part retainer for the top and a one part retainer for the bottom. The sides each have what appears to be a 2 part retainer but we couldn't figure out how to install them. Feels like we got some defective retainers, can't see that the retainer design would vary from top/bottom to side/side. Also, both the side screw covers (I) are misshaped. Looks like we got seconds. Poor design is what's driving the fair quality rating. If we were planning on using this as a storm door and with the glass we would not go with a 2000 series for many reasons, but especially since handling the glass is cumbersome at best and not something we'd want to deal with as we age, and the retainers feel like a weak design link that could easily fail over time. However, since we only want the door for the screen function it should serve that purpose well. Hate, hate, hate that we have to spend our time chasing down defective parts as the expectation is that when you purchase a product you should get all the directions and 1st quality parts needed to complete the job. May 30, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Swapping out glass to screen Good luck. A moronic cheap design. I have been trying to get the screen in for the last half hour. June 4, 2016
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