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EMCO 30 in. x 80 in. 100 Series White Self-Storing Storm Door
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EMCO

30 in. x 80 in. 100 Series White Self-Storing Storm Door

$252.17 /each

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The EMCO 100 Series 30 in. White Woodcore Self-Storing Storm Door with Black Hardware offers anytime ventilation in a 3/4 partial light storm door. This 3/4 partial light storm door offers low maintenance and durability. Backed by a 10-year warranty.

  • Universal door handing accommodates left- and right-hand installation allowing flexibility when installing
  • Partial light door with a fixed insect screen and adjustable bottom glass panel for convenient, anytime ventilation
  • Single layer weather stripping to help reduce drafts
  • Single, heavy-duty steel, adjustable closer for continuous smooth operation
  • Sweep matches door color
  • Black push button handle with a night latch for added security with easy to use night latch
  • Universal handing allows door to be assembled and installed as right or left swing
  • Oops-proof program provides free replacement of any lost parts during installation
  • Tamper-resistant hinges and easy-to-use night latch for security
  • Matching hardware included for installation convenience
  • 10-Year limited structural warranty; 1-year limited component warranty

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we need a door with the screen at the top.people who have dogs would buy a door made like this,there is a need for it

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Thank you for your interest in purchasing an EMCO Storm and Screen Door. You may want to take a look at our EMCO 400, 300 and 200 Series Self-Storing Storm Door. These doors feature a retractable insect screen that rolls into the frame of the door and out of view when not in use. For more information about the EMCO doors, please visit www.stormdoors.com. - Lea
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How big is the space at the bottom of the door below the window on this 78" door? We'd like to b...

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How big is the space at the bottom of the door below the window on this 78" door? We'd like to buy this to install a dog door, but need to know how big of a dog door we could install. I know there is a storm door that comes with a dog door, but it doesn't come in 78" height.
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Thank you for posting your inquiry. Installing a doggie door to an EMCO 100 Series Self-Storing Storm Door is considered a modification. Modifying the storm door will void its warranty. We have an available model of storm door which has a pet door. The model is EMCO K900 Series. Please visit www.stormdoors.com for information about the K900 Series storm door. You can also visit the nearest Home Depot Read More
Thank you for posting your inquiry. Installing a doggie door to an EMCO 100 Series Self-Storing Storm Door is considered a modification. Modifying the storm door will void its warranty. We have an available model of storm door which has a pet door. The model is EMCO K900 Series. Please visit www.stormdoors.com for information about the K900 Series storm door. You can also visit the nearest Home Depot store in your area and inquire about it. - Noel Read Less
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What is the measurement of the glass covered section on this door?

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Thank you for your inquiry. The window opening of an EMCO 100 Series Self-Storing Storm Door depends on the size of the storm door. For storm doors with sizes 30”, 32” and 33” wide, the window opening is 22 1/4”, while the doors with sizes 34” and 36” wide, the window opening is 26 1/4”. - Noel
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What size door do I need

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August 14, 2016
My existing storm door is 31 3/8 x 80 do I get a 32
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Thank you for your inquiry. The door measurement is based on the rough opening. Please check www.stormdoors.com and click on 'How To' for further information on how to measure your doorway for a storm door. - Charmaine
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30 in. x 80 in. 100 Series White Self-Storing Storm Door is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 250.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage... Several Faulty and None Fit Properly. HD should be ashamed. Bought 2 of these,,, I had to return 3 units to get one where the piston on the door closer actually functioned at some level... still works poorly. The quality is horrible. Too bad.. the door looks nice. Also, I got the 30" version for standard HD 30" doors... Guess what... it does not fit... not even close. I had to hand chisel the pre-hung door frame so that this could be mounted... ON TWO SEPARATE doors... what a disappointment... GARBAGE... will NEVER buy an EMCO product again... and I mean never
Date published: 2016-07-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality, returned it upon opening the carton Don't by this model unless you want to install a new one every year.. The bottom of the door appears to be bare unfinished particle board, just waiting to swell up the first time it gets wet. Same for the sides of the door. I returned it and bought something better. This is called a storm door. What kind of storm door can't get wet? I guess they're referring to dust storms or possibly wind.
Date published: 2016-10-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible If it were $10-20 id accept some flaws, but boy howdy are there plenty in a $100 door. Just think about what you can buy with $100 to realize that just saying "its only a $100 door" is dismissive. The directions run from vauge to flat wrong. "Look for the unfinished screws in a pink bag", there is no pink bag. Ok, typo. How about this, youre instructed to have the edge of the weatherstrip inwards crossing the threshold and the screws inside. Wrong, rain will not run off the bottom like this but pool underneath. The strip goes outwards on an outward opening door and doesnt cross the threshold. Oh the sizing? My frame is 33.25", wth a half inch shim (go ahead and get them youll need it) should fit according to Emco. Nope! I have to go back to the store for something wider.
Date published: 2016-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sturdy storm door This door was a good buy. The price was great and I was pleasantly surprised by the quality. It looks really nice. It wasn't real easy to install and took longer than we thought but all in all not bad. I would, and already have recommended this door to family and friends. I would buy it again.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Storm Door, well made. Bought 2 of these for my screened in porch. Took about 2 hours each to install. Not too difficult. They look nice and are solid in compared to standard aluminum. The closers work good also and are of higher quality than included with a lot of other screen doors I have installed in the past.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible Door - Replacing after 3 years We installed THREE of these horrible doors on a screen porch in spring of 2013. They were professionally installed by our contractor. After 2 years, they began to bulge and the metal sheathing began to burst on the inside along the bottom edge, around the glass, and around the door closer. All three doors did the same thing to varying degrees. As the core of the door began to swell, they then began to no longer close properly. I had to resort to using a rubber mallet on the edge of one to beat it down enough so I could close it to keep out the weather. We're totally disgusted. Now, we are shopping for new doors. These doors should have lasted our lifetime. Did not expect to be buying new ones a few years later. Avoid these doors. I will never buy EMCO again. Total waste of $300 + the cost for the original installation. Money flushed down the toilet. Total garbage. See my photos and buy at your own risk.
Date published: 2016-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The door looks great, and makes the front of the house look "complete" in a way I didn't realize ... The door looks great, and makes the front of the house look "complete" in a way I didn't realize it could. Super quiet/ smooth on opening, no squeaking or catching. The only thing I'm not 100% satisfied with is that there are a couple gaps in the frame, so it doesn't quite "seal" the door. As we don't intend for it to be our primary defense against heating/ cooling and bugs, it works perfectly for what we wanted it to do!
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Get what you pay for Installation wasn't bad, DIY'er could do it pretty easily. Door looked good, kinda flimsy. I replaced 6 doors on our house. Hasn't been a year and the sliding window broke. Every time you open and shut the door it shakes badly on hinges and flops the door around. That caused the sliding window to shatter. Frame on the door itself needs to be sturdier, not the door frame, but the door itself. I knew they swell with moisture and only expected to get 5 years out of it, but having to replace it within the first year is pretty sad. I used 4 of this door and 2 nicer Anderson one (more expensive). Go with a nicer anderson and you'll be happier. Also the doors often spill water out the bottom when opening after a rain. The bottom seal/trim collects water and probably is causing the swelling. I put caulk around it on the outside to stop this. They are about what I expected for the price.
Date published: 2016-09-19
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