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EMCO

Model E1SS-32WH

Internet #100079689

Store SKU #818787

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

$99.00 /each

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The EMCO 100 Series 32 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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Does this door come with both screen and glass inserts?

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Taylor, michigan
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August 16, 2016
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Yes it has one screen and 2 glass sections. They are already installed in the door when you unbox the carton.
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March 24, 2015
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yes. Bottom glass covers bottom screen. It can be slid up to allow air through the screen. So you have two windows of glass at the top when you do that.
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March 19, 2015
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yes
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November 13, 2014
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The 100 Series Door considered self-storing. The interior has a fixed upper window and a venting lower window with the screen fixed in front of the lower venting window. There is no need to remove and store the screen.
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November 13, 2014
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Yes, the glass slides up to reveal the permanently installed screen.
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Can I cut this door down to 75"?

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September 12, 2015
The rough opening on my porch is 32 X 75. Can I make this door fit?
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September 14, 2015
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If you know how to use a saw and are careful. I see no reason why you couldnt cut 5" off of the bottom of the door and hack 5" off of the frame. The door bottom will cover up any imperfections on the bottom of the door. The only problem you might have is the bottom pre-drilled holes for the 2 frame sides. You'll have to drill out new holes.
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Thank you for your interest with the EMCO 100 Series Self-Storing Storm Door. The 32” by 80” door will not fit your door opening range. We also do not recommend cutting the door as it will void the warranty. What you can do is order any of the EMCO 400 Series, EMCO 300 Series and EMCO 200 Series. These series are available in custom sizes ranging from 75” – 84 7/8”. You can special order a door that will Read More
Thank you for your interest with the EMCO 100 Series Self-Storing Storm Door. The 32” by 80” door will not fit your door opening range. We also do not recommend cutting the door as it will void the warranty. What you can do is order any of the EMCO 400 Series, EMCO 300 Series and EMCO 200 Series. These series are available in custom sizes ranging from 75” – 84 7/8”. You can special order a door that will fit your door opening range. All you need to do is speak to a Home Depot representative and they can process the rest for you. – Julie Read Less
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September 14, 2015
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Hi Nini, sorry, you can't trim or cut this door to 75 inches.
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Does the door come with mounting hardware

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It has everything you need unless your door entrance is non-standard. But you will need sever different sized bits and a drill along with standard hand tools and a tape measure to get this thing installed.
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Yes, the door comes as a complete unit including mounting hardware.
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Can the door be cut down to 31"

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Thank you for your inquiry regarding the EMCO 100 Series Self-Storing Storm Door. We do not advise cutting down the door panel as it will void the storm door's Limited Warranty. -Ben
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No, it is not recommended to cut or shave down the door width.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 73 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 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. August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by great for the mone$ bought to brighten up the side door, house is going up for sale. great looks at a super price. by ANDERSON September 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Door rotting inside and out and it is less than 2 years old. This is the replacement to the first door that did the same thing; see the photos. I did file a warranty claim which EMCO processed and approved but I doubt that I will be purchasing the same door again. IF you do file a claim, along with pictures of the door itself, send a picture of the door's serial number as well. Also EMCO wants you to bring the door back to Home Depot to get the replacement and if you are not an installation specialist or have a vehicle that can transport the door you then have another problem. The last time, HD sent out someone with the replacement door and took the old oneback. If you do decide to replace the door, I hope you can arrange that. October 1, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by First door rotted from inside had to be replaced; second door is doing the same thing. Home Depot installed both doors, did a very rushed job each time (same HD contractor). During the installation of the doors, they did not caulk any of the seams between the door frame with the second door leaving a very visible gap on the hinged side. Was told it was not their responsibility to caulk the door. Then again this is in Northwest Florida where 95% of the contractors do a half-assed job. Will be starting the claim process for the second door soon. September 18, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Undecided I purchased two of these storm doors for two different houses as the person prior to me mentioned. Both of them rotted over a period of a year each respectively. I am considering selling the house, but need to put a new storm door to replace the old one. I am undecided whether to purchase the same one to dress the door opening up or simply remove it and hope for the best. Although the doors I purchased were inexpensive, they should have lasted well over at the least 5 years. They didn't even last one before they began showing small rotting pits in the main bottom flat part of the door. Of course, within a short time thereafter, the small rotting pits grew to huge cancers. If you plan on keeping your home, I would recommend purchasing a better product other than this model. As others have said here on this board, I too am a bit concerned whether to purchase another or not. I talked to the people at Home Depot and they said to contact the manufacturer. I did contact the manufacturer (EMCO), within the year of the second purchase, but due to my bad record keeping habits, I had no proof other than that Home Depot might have, therefore, I did not receive a call back or other support. If you purchase, keep your paperwork and hope that EMCO will make it good for you. Ray March 19, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Door rotted and split This door was installed around 3 years ago. Shortly after that (less than one year), the door had "split" on the outside. Having 3 kids, I immediately thought they had done something. Then, I saw that on the inside and outside, the material inside had swelled and was flaking off, and there were several holes. I was browsing the site for a replacement when I came across the door we had purchased and saw that my problem is the rule rather than the exception. My question is this: WHY is this door still being sold knowing how many people have experienced problems? January 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by GREAT door, "but" Since it's only my wife and I now, we decided to go with this door. It was easy to install, and appears to be sturdy. As to whether it holds up and the particle board core doesn't disintegrate like other reviewers claim is yet to be seen. I use spray automotive wax on my exterior and garage doors twice a year to repel water, so that may help. Although I like this door, there are a couple factors I feel should be considered. First, the hinge bushings are plastic, not brass. If this door will be installed in a high usage area, this will probably be the second area to fail. The first area is the screen. The screen should be on the top, and, it is not installed well at the factory. We had to push the strip that holds the screen in at 2 points on the door. Other than that, this is a great door for the price. July 7, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Low Quality Materials I installed this door in 2007 and this week I finally had to contact the manufacturer for warranty replacement. The door has rotted from the inside, the particle board is rotting so badly, the glass almost fell out, when I press on the panels, the door no longer feels solid, but spongy. I removed the window and examined the wood, which was almost solid black and crumbles to the touch. I strongly urge people to save your receipts, because if this door gets wet, and most storm doors do, it will only last a few years. I loved the door when I first installed it, it had a reasonable price and was easy to install. The manufacturer said wrapped in vinyl, but it just has vinyl pieces glued over the particle board, easily allowing water to get inside. The door should have been sealed in vinyl instead. When my warranty claim is processed, I will be upgrading to an aluminum door instead. July 10, 2011
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