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EMCO 34 in. x 80 in. 100 Series White Self-Storing Storm Door
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EMCO

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

$174.28 /each

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The EMCO 100 Series 34 in. White Vinyl Self-Storing Storm Door with Black Hardware has durable vinyl construction and a ventilating design to admit light and fresh air into your home when needed. It is moisture resistant and offers a durable white finish that's at home in any neighborhood. A push-button handle with a night latch is included. This door is reversible and can be installed to the right- or left side of the opening.

  • Universal door handing accommodates left- and right-hand installation allowing flexibility when installing
  • Made of corrosion-resistant vinyl over a wood-composite core
  • Dependable 1 in. thickness
  • Lower glass panel raises behind a permanent insect screen for any-time ventilation
  • Innovative system protects against water infiltration to extend the life of the door
  • Self-storing design
  • White finish complements most home styles
  • Fiberglass screen material
  • Black push button handle with a night latch for added security with easy to use night latch
  • Not designed for commercial use
  • 10-Year limited structural warranty; 1-year limited component warranty

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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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If my door is 1/4 inch smaller on the bottom 32 by 31 3/4 will this door fit. how much adjustment on top and bottom

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Thank you for submitting a query. A 32x80 inches door fits in an opening range of 31 3/4” to 32 3/8” by 80" to 80 7/8". If the bottom width of the door opening is smaller by 1/4 inch, as long as the smallest part of the door opening falls within the range, a 32" door will fit. Adjustments have to be made on the installation of the hinge side part of the door to make it level and square in the opening. Read More
Thank you for submitting a query. A 32x80 inches door fits in an opening range of 31 3/4” to 32 3/8” by 80" to 80 7/8". If the bottom width of the door opening is smaller by 1/4 inch, as long as the smallest part of the door opening falls within the range, a 32" door will fit. Adjustments have to be made on the installation of the hinge side part of the door to make it level and square in the opening. For further assistance on the installation, you may call our the Andersen Storm Door Solution Center at at 855-337-8822 from 7:00AM to 6:00PM CST on weekdays and 8:00AM to 5:00PM CST during weekends. - Hazel Read Less
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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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Where can I find one that will fit a 29" width doorway? (Maybe a link....)

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Thank you for your query. A 30 in. x 80 in. EMCO 100 Self-Storing Door fits an opening range of 29 3/4 in. to 30 3/8 in.. The door will have to be custom made to fit a 29 in. opening width. The EMCO 100 Series door cannot be custom ordered. You may want to consider purchasing an EMCO 200 Series Storm and Screen Doors. You may visit www.stormdoors.com for information on door availability and features. You Read More
Thank you for your query. A 30 in. x 80 in. EMCO 100 Self-Storing Door fits an opening range of 29 3/4 in. to 30 3/8 in.. The door will have to be custom made to fit a 29 in. opening width. The EMCO 100 Series door cannot be custom ordered. You may want to consider purchasing an EMCO 200 Series Storm and Screen Doors. You may visit www.stormdoors.com for information on door availability and features. You may also call the 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 for any questions you may have. - Lea Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 215 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I purchased this door not only because it was inexpensive but it also came in a 2 inch shorter size. Someone had previously put in a standard 36x81 inch door and tried to make it fit a 36x78 inch opening. Needless to say it didn't work out! I was able to buy this door ,36x78 inch, and get it to work perfectly. Saved me buying a much more expensive door ,custom made. This "shorter" door was the same price as it's standard counterpart. October 26, 2016
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 Good value for price. A little disappointed the fact that upper window is not movable, but still good value for price paid. Generally easy to install. October 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 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. June 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 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. October 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great door, great price Great door for the price. Recommend getting a spring to keep the door from over extending. Didn't do this on the front door and had to replace a part. October 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 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. October 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cost effective Excellent product, easy to install, and very cost-effective for it's purpose. October 25, 2016
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