Rated 4.2 out of 5Â by 63
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Joseph Aluminum Skin Disinigrated
Door allowed moisture inside the core which is made of OSB Particle Board. The inner core stayed wet and caused the exterior aluminum skin to deteriorate. The door was under an overhang and not directly exposed to the weather. It failed after less than 3 years.
June 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by dubc69 Easy storm door install
The storm door was easy to install, and myself never having done one before. The instructions were clear and packaging made it easy to tell which step you were on. The door operates beautifully. And I really love the removable/adjustable windows.
June 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by 32526 One of the better home improvement projects I've done!
The instructions were the biggest challenge. The diagrams were weak but I managed. I had to adjust construction according to my crooked doorway of 1950's house. I elected not to use enclosed door handle and added my own handles. Also added a latch to lock the door as it didn't come with one.
The seal is awesome. No air gets in. I can leave the front door open and barely hear cars driving by as the storm door seals great keeping noise and wind out.
December 14, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by dogpaula Door is cheap junk
This door was installed INSIDE and has been in use for 3 months. The interior of the door is particle board and the frame that was attached to the particle board completely came off of the door. This door has not been subject to any weather conditions, such as wind or rain.
September 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Bell Serves it Purpose!
I've had the door for 3 months, This storm door is really nice. I love the color. The door is true to its description. It fits snug to the door frame and the bottom flap can be adjusted to close off any gaps. It definitely serves my purpose, which is to look good and provide sturdy security from outside air and people. I must add that I really like that I am able to keep my front door open while having the AC running and not have to worry about losing air. I can lift the glass when I'm ready for the outside air and don't have to worry about bugs as the screen keeps them out. I honestly will be surprised if this storm door fail to weather the storm.
September 23, 2014