Model # E75SS-32WH

Internet #100032901

Store SKU #385889

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


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

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Product Overview

The EMCO 75 Series 32 in. White Aluminum Self-Storing Storm Door with Black Hardware is weather stripped to help seal out drafts. It has durable construction with glass that stores in the door when not in use. The door includes the glass and insect screen and has 4 venting positions for anytime ventilation. This door has a white finish and comes with matching hardware.

  • Universal door handing accommodates left- and right-hand installation allowing flexibility when installing
  • Heavy-duty aluminum construction for long wear
  • 1 in. Thickness with a high-view configuration
  • Weather stripped on top, bottom and sides to help seal out drafts
  • Self-storing design, lower glass panel can be raised behind insect screen for anytime ventilation
  • Single-pane tempered glass
  • Permanent insect screen included
  • Tamper-resistant hinges for security
  • Not designed for commercial use
  • Black push button handle with a night latch for added security with easy to use night latch
  • Weather stripping, glass, hinges and insect screen included
  • 10-Year limited structural warranty; 1-year limited component warranty
  • Includes dual closers with a hands-free, foot-operated bottom closer
  • Color-matched screw covers included for a professional look

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can a pet door be installed in this door?

Dimensions of pet door: 10 1/4" wide by 16 1/4 " tall
Asked by: BLT
Yes, a pet door can be installed, but you will have to frame it in. The bottom panel is very light gage (thin), and probably would not support a pet door on its own.
Answered by: BrierBear
Date published: 2016-09-20

Is this a SCREEN door or a STORM door? I've seen it described both ways. Thank you.

Asked by: fifi
This is a storm door with the middle section that can slide up and be left open for screened air movement. Three "sections". Top is glass only, middle is movable glass with a screen, and the bottom is an aluminum panel. I caulked the aluminum panel edges with silicone, which made the door much quieter.
Answered by: BrierBear
Date published: 2016-08-17

I am building from scratch for an animal coop, so I do not have a frame. Does this come with one,...

I am building from scratch for an animal coop, so I do not have a frame. Does this come with one, or can it be hung with out a frame.
Asked by: maintmandy
Thank you for your inquiry. The EMCO 75 Self-Storing Storm Door will come with its frames along with parts necessary for the installation. Also, please be advised this can only be installed on a wooden brick mold and should meet all the mounting requirements specific for the storm door. For more information about the mounting requirements, you may visit - Charmaine
Answered by: EMCO
Date published: 2017-02-08

Will any of your decorative entry doors & storm doors fit modular homes & does Home Depot measure...

Will any of your decorative entry doors & storm doors fit modular homes & does Home Depot measure & install them?????
Asked by: Lin
Thank you for your question. Our storm doors can be installed in modular homes as long as the door entry opening and the trim meet the requirements required to install a storm door. Our storm doors can only be installed on a wooden brick moulding. - Noel
Answered by: EMCO
Date published: 2017-01-21
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Customer Reviews

32 in. x 80 in. 75 Series White Self-Storing Storm Door is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 35.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I bought the same brand as I had a few years ago, just changing the colour. I had my handyman in... I bought the same brand as I had a few years ago, just changing the colour. I had my handyman install it and it was so completely different from the prior one. The flange could not be put on the left side like the prior one and the door itself is actually 1/4 inch narrower than the old one. So the flange is on the right and now I have to paint where the old one was. The screen for some unknown reason is only on the bottom and the window from the top can not come down. The window from the bottom is the only one that moves up. So any child or animal can poke that screen right on out. That may have been my fault for not checking but I assumed it would work the same. So I do believe the Emco quality has deteriorated and will not buy their brand again.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Door, Not a Bad Build Either. Why folks would buy any other Storm Door is a question in my mind. This 80"x 36" EMCO E75 Series door does everything a $300.00 or more storm door does for only $99.00. I'm 73 years young ~ unpack the door, inspected & inventoried the hardware, and installed the storm door before my wife co run to the post office and back (less than an hour). This door is metal, doesn't have particle board to deal with, great paint job, and is very strong. Buy This Door and Save your money for Cake & Ice cream for the Grandkids .
Date published: 2016-06-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Product can have flaws The quality control on this EMCO product is not good. I bought one at the store and the door frame was not the same as the display model. It is about 3/4 inches deep where the store model was the full 1 inch deep so that the door fits flush inside the jam. Also, the door closure that was sent with the door had a defect in and did not close the door satisfactorily, no matter how it was adjusted. The local store manager on Pines Rd. in Shreveport, LA was kind enough to replace the closure with one from the hardware supplies, free of charge. I may just have got a bad one this time. I have installed many screen doors and this one was the hardest to install and of the poorest quality.
Date published: 2011-04-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very unhappy with quality! Looks nice but that's it :( Very disappointed with the quality of this door. We live in MN and the bottom is so thin that it rattles every time you shut or open the door! And this winter the bottom is going to be so full of ice that we'll probably have to get a new one by next yr already :( Not happy at all~ And now I read don't take back to the store so just what am I supposed to do with it?
Date published: 2012-06-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk This door is flimsy, ultra thin, and when it was installed, my daughter commented that it looked like it belonged on a cabin. I'm replacing it as I'm sure it won't hold up through a winter. Take my advice and spend a few extra dollars on a better quality door.
Date published: 2011-06-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from It looked OK new but is falling apart a year later The "storm" door looked good when new, but the particle board base is "erupting" a year later. It does not appear serviceable if it is exposed to weather.
Date published: 2012-12-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Storm door on a budget but don't take this as an insult I actually came back on here to see if Depot had more in stock. Good news they do. I purchased this door 9 months ago and will be purchasing another one as I have two back doors to my home. At first glance I am a little taken back by the bad reviews; however, not many people take the time to write a review for a storm door that they are happy about do they? I didn't at first :) So I'd personally take these reviews with a grain of salt. For $100 this door has awesome value. It has held up just fine and is showing ZERO signs of failing or wearing. I love the convenience of having the screen and window in one so I never have to remove one or the other during the change of seasons. Let me stress this again, the door is $100. Its a lower budget door but that does not mean it doesn't do what it's suppose to do. Hey, I am an avid DIY Homeowner and I am buying another one without hesitation. The storm door I installed for my front door was $250 and I can tell ya right now its a great door but I'll go with the door on a budget for my back door, again :) Good luck
Date published: 2015-05-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Quality!!!!!! This was suppose to be easy to install, but it was a nightmare!! Looked good and worked good for about one month!! Them the screen came loose, I fixed it. Them it came loose again!!! Now the whole door is not staying in place, tried to replace screws, with no luck. Now the door has to be lifted to close it, this is a piece of junk!! I would never recommend this product to any one. I do mostly all of my shopping at Home Depot for things I need around the house, and if I were the one doing the ordering for the store this would be on product I would not want to sell to my customers!! Makes me thing is there any other products you sell that are junk ????????????
Date published: 2014-07-29
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