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EMCO 32 in. x 80 in. 75 Series Bronze Self-Storing Storm Door
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32 in. x 80 in. 75 Series Bronze Self-Storing Storm Door

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The EMCO 75 Series 32 in. Bronze Aluminum Self-Storing Storm Door with Black Hardware is designed to allow light and air into your home when needed. The glass panel raises behind the permanent insect screen and offers 4 venting positions. This door is fully weather stripped and comes with a matching door sweep included. It has a stylish bronze finish accented by color-coordinated hardware.

  • Universal door handing accommodates left- and right-hand installation allowing flexibility when installing
  • Heavy-duty aluminum construction for long wear
  • Sturdy 1 in. thickness
  • Weather stripping on all 4 sides to help seal out drafts
  • Self-storing design with glass and screen
  • Lower glass panel raises to 4 venting positions for convenient, anytime ventilation
  • Stylish bronze finish
  • Permanent insect screen included
  • Tamper-resistant hinges for security
  • Black push button handle with a night latch for added security with easy to use night latch
  • Not designed for commercial use
  • Color-matched door sweep also included
  • 10-Year limited structural warranty; 1-year limited component warranty

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How wide is the actual door, without the frame?

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John Creek, GA
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September 6, 2016
I'm replacing the exact same door, bronze colored, which I installed soon after we moved into the house about 20 yrs ago. We've been happy with the durability and quality of the door, except over the years, the animals (cats, dogs) tore the screen and scratched the glass. So I will be happy to replace it with another EMCO product.

The existing door (just the door, not the frame) is about 29.5"-29.75" wide...
Do I need to buy the 30x80 replacement, or will 32x80 do the trick?

Also, why does the 32x80 door cost $99, while the 30x80 costs $150+? Doesn't make sense to me...
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September 6, 2016
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Thank you for considering an EMCO 75 Series Self-Storing Storm Door in your home. The door panel measurement for a 30” X 80" is 29 1/8" X 79 1/8". You may order this door by visiting a nearest Home Depot in your area. For price inquiries or difference, please contact the Home Depot nearest your area. -Ben
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September 6, 2016
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The dimensions of the actual door are 32.375 in x 80.875 in. There is no information available for your remaining questions.
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Is frame included with door?

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May 26, 2016
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Yes, the door comes with the frame.
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May 26, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry about the EMCO 75 Self-Storing Storm Door. Yes, the frames and all the necessary parts to install the door are included in the package. - Joyce
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Can the glass panels be removed?

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March 17, 2016
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The glass panels can be removed.
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Thank you for the query regarding the EMCO 75 Self-Storing Storm Door. This door is designed with a top stationary window and a bottom ventilating glass and both glass can be removed from the door panel. - Joyce
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I'd like to add a pet door. What are the dimensions of the lower solid panel?

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Example: I have looked at the manual and can't figure out what I did wrong.
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Thank you for your inquiry. The EMCO 75 Self-Storing Door is made of aluminum and is hollow inside. We do not recommend installing a pet door assembly to the door. You may be interested in purchasing an EMCO K900 Series Storm and Screen Door instead. This door features a pet door assembly that can either accommodate pets up to 12 lbs. (6.25” x 6.50”) or 90lbs. (10.5” x 15”). For more information about Read More
Thank you for your inquiry. The EMCO 75 Self-Storing Door is made of aluminum and is hollow inside. We do not recommend installing a pet door assembly to the door. You may be interested in purchasing an EMCO K900 Series Storm and Screen Door instead. This door features a pet door assembly that can either accommodate pets up to 12 lbs. (6.25” x 6.50”) or 90lbs. (10.5” x 15”). For more information about door features and style you may call Andersen Storm Doors Solution Center at 855-337-8822 from 7:00AM to 6:00PM CST on weekdays and 8:00AM to 5:00PM CST during weekends. - Lea Read Less
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32 in. x 80 in. 75 Series Bronze Self-Storing Storm Door is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good quality, but a few things you need to know....... I bought one of these doors and installed it, and while I am satisfied with the end result, there are a couple of things that you should know about it: 1. My 32-inch storm door turned out to be a 31-inch storm door. I had to shim the door jamb sides and top to get the door to fit properly. Not a show-stopper, but it added a lot of time and effort to the installation. 2. I had to drill holes for the door hinges, the latch, and the hydraulic cylinder into the storm door frame. Not difficult, but probably not something for a novice to try.
Date published: 2016-03-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good entry level door Installation was straightforward. I'm a decent handyman and I have all of the recommended tools needed for this installation. At minimum, you need a drill with the required drill bits, a screwdriver, and a hacksaw. Another very useful tool is another partner. 2 people made this installation that much easier. The door is basic, but you should know that, considering its price point. I found the door to be of good quality. The sliding glass moves smoothly and it looks great! If you are looking for a good, basic storm door, this is a good selection.
Date published: 2014-01-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Door for the money! I have now purchased two of these doors and they are a great value! The color is wonderful because it dosnt show the dirt as much. Its a sturdy door and can withstand my three kiddos! The only trouble we had was with the installation...its a little tricky. HomeDepot was offering istallation for $5 and I should have taken it!! I definetly would recommend this door.
Date published: 2010-08-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worse door ever It is no where close to 32 inches wide, more like 30 1/2 inches, cheap frame and door
Date published: 2016-05-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from O.K. for greenhouse I just bought one of these and installed it on my greenhouse. It's o.k. for that, but I wouldn't put it on my house. First off, I had a 36" opening so I bought a 36" door. Oh, wait, the door is only 35-1/4". They say it adjusts. Only if you add spacers behind it. The frame is too flimsy to not be supported. And the bottom panel rattles like crazy. I'm going to try to run a bead of silicone on to to quiet it down. Otherwise it seems to operate just fine and it looks good on the greenhouse. We'll see if it lasts.
Date published: 2013-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks great Looks great for the price I paid .People think I paid a lot more.Put it in my entryway and it looks beautiful.
Date published: 2015-05-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Installs well, screen can be easily replaced. nice looking. The two doors are for the upstairs porches on a 2-up, 2-down four-plex, to match the same doors installed last year on the 4 front doors. They look great, operate well, and the best feature is that the screening is easy to fix when someone ruins it.
Date published: 2012-04-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from storm door Unless you are a handyman, its best to have someone install this door! The instructions may be accurate but unless you installed previously they are too difficult to interpret. This door is good for its price; however if you want a more solid/showy door you shouldn't hesitate to pay more and get a few extras that this door doesn't have. This door closes but doesn't lock; it has no chain included to support the door-closer in case wind swings the door back. The bottom sweep is a thin piece of plastic which you use 3 screws to attach to the door. The template for the handle is not correct and should be used as a guide only. I used the door for a rental property and it looks like it might be easy to remove and replace the glass or screen if need be. I would recommend this door only if it would not be used as a showpeice on an moderate or expensive house.
Date published: 2012-06-21
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