Model # 507B30X80NW

Internet #202530447

First Alert 30 in. x 80 in. Laguna Steel Navajo-White Prehung Security Door

Discontinued First Alert

30 in. x 80 in. Laguna Steel Navajo-White Prehung Security Door

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Product Overview

The First Alert Laguna 30 in. x 80 in. Steel Navajo-White Prehung Security Door is made of steel with a protective powder-coat finish that resists rust and protects against UV. It has an attractive steel picket design and offers durability and strength. The door is tested for break-in prevention, with a pry-proof frame and hinges that stand up to forced entry. It comes with a 22-gauge metal screen that is up to 37% heavier than standard security screens. This door offers security with style for protecting you and your loved ones.

  • Made of steel
  • Solid steel pickets enhance the door's strength and design
  • UV- and rust-resistant powder-coat Navajo-white finish
  • 22-Gauge metal duraforge screen is up to 37 percent heavier than standard security screens
  • Pry-proof frame with hinges and a jamb that are tested to deter break-ins
  • Reversible handing allows flexibility when installing
  • Rust-proof powder coated paint protects door from sun exposure
  • Limited lifetime warranty



Door Height (in.)
Door Thickness (in.)
2.0 in
Door Width (in.)


Color Family
navajo white
Door Configuration
Single Door
Door Handing
Door Type
Product Weight (lb.)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime

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30 in. x 80 in. Laguna Steel Navajo-White Prehung Security Door is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 61.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product has great quality and easy to instal We did order it and pick it up in Home Depot. We never had an experience for installation. We did google and find youtube video. My husband and me made this installation in the same day when we got this security screen door from Home Depot. It was easy to add a lock too. Now we enjoy to keep the door open and screen door protect garage and house from fly insects. It is secured! It is look nice! Now we are thinking to get the security screen door for the front enter and do it yourself.
Date published: 2013-11-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Read reviews with a grain of salt. I have purchased and installed several of these doors and have not been unhappy with any of them. I have been reading the reviews and while I don't ordinarily take the time to write them myself I thought I'd address some of the concerns listed. There were a few remarks about the lockset/deadbolt not being included. I think the desciption and pictures adequately indicate that they are not included. I think the majority of people would rather choose their own color and style as well as brand so they can key the locks to their existing house keys. There were quite a few people that mentioned this door is more than 36" wide. That's not actually the case - the door with frame is more than 36" as it should be. This is not intended to be mounted flush inside your door jamb, it should be mounted to your trim. One reason for that is that the frame can truly be screwed into structural wood instead of just the door frame. To the folks that had a problem with the security door knob hitting the regular door knob, one solution is to simply reverse the deadbolt and door knob positions on the security door. If clearance is still a problem, then that is an issue with the construction of the main door and not a fault of the security door. Overall, these doors are great and do provide a little extra security - ostensibly the reason one would buy a security door. Installation, if the instructions are followed, is straightforward and relatively easy. as a hint to help reduce the noise these make, I have been known to place a piece of foam weatherstripping on the metal flange that covers the locking latch and extended deadbolt when the door is closed. It doesn't completely stop the noise but it does reduce it significantly.
Date published: 2013-10-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good security, but lacking as a screen door! These doors weren't too difficult to install, however, I say that as the girl who sat back and watched her husband and father install them. So for ME, it was effortless. For them... Minimal swearing, so it couldn't have been TOO bad. I think the only problems that they had were more related to the crookedness of our house/door frames. These doors have unique (giant) one way screws to install the frame for the door, meaning they screw in easy enough, but there's no way to screw them out using a screw driver. So get it right the first time, or you'll be using pliers to get the screws out, which can be time consuming. As for the doors themselves... These work well as security screen doors. The screen part is metal, so it can't be punched or stabbed through easily, like regular screen doors. They have 2 holes, one for a lockable door knob, and one for a dead bolt, which gives you two times the protection. I would feel safe leaving our front door open with the screen door locked, even if I was in another room or another floor of the house. So the feeling of security is there, without a doubt. There are a few drawbacks to security screen doors vrs regular screen doors. For example, the holes in the "screen" part of the security door are about 3/16", which is plenty big for ants, mosquitos, spiders, bees, and more than likely, stink bugs to get through. My way of overcoming this challenge is to purchase a roll of regular screen, cut it to the size of the door, and fasten it to the door using strong magnets (since the door is metal). Maybe not the best way to handle this, but it'll do for now! The other issue I can see with these doors, as compared to regular screen doors, is that there's no way to "winterize" them, since there is no glass involved. Regular screen doors typically have glass to replace the screen during the winter, but these doors don't have anything like that. Overall, I'm satisfied with this purchase. We bought these doors mainly for some added security, and I feel like we have accomplished that goal.
Date published: 2014-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Product & Value I love that this arrived at my front door. It only took 2 ex husbands to install it and only cost pizza.. Lol
Date published: 2014-06-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from value for the money Got two on sale at $64.00 each for the sliding door. Great value for the money compared to the pre-made security door for sliding door priced at $405.00 each.
Date published: 2013-07-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from poor the welding part is too light from all 5 i order all of them had broken part or cracked welding
Date published: 2011-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love the door. Not sure how to secure the door with a chain for when the wind blows up here on this hill, it might be a challenge. And finding a way to put a storm on it for winter. Other then that as I said I love the door and it is very secure. I could leave the main door open at night with just the security door locked and I would feel very secure.
Date published: 2013-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Great price for a great door I ordered 2 doors, a 36" and a 32" online and picked them up at the store. I was surprised when I picked them up, they are pretty heavy. Once I got them home and unwrapped them I was really pleased with the quality and appearance, they are strong and look great. A couple of tips. Add a six inch vice grip to your installation tools. When you have the holes marked for drilling move the door and frame out of the way and drill the holes. Use the vice grip just below the bolt head and thread the bolts into the holes, then take out the bolts. This makes it a lot easier when you use a screw driver for the final installation. If you screw up the positioning of the bolts and have to remove them, no problem. There's a flat section around the head of the bolts. You can use the vice grip to remove them. Drill out the misplaced hole with a 5/16 or 3/8 drill and tap a piece of dowel rod into the hole. Your all set to go. For the real security minded person. Once everything is in place and your happy with the installation run a file around the bolt heads and take of the flat. If you ever need to remove the bolts at a later date use a thin cutting wheel to grind a slot in the bolt head and use a screw driver to remove them. Hope this helps out.
Date published: 2013-06-15
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