Model # 30952

Internet #202090696

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Grisham 30 in. x 80 in. 309 Series White Prehung Heritage Steel Security Door
0718373309520

Grisham

30 in. x 80 in. 309 Series White Prehung Heritage Steel Security Door

$299.00 /each

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  • Powder Coated Black
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The Grisham 309 Series Heritage 30 in. x 80 in. Steel White Prehung Security Door features a deadbolt lock, reinforced lock area and tamper-resistant hinges for your security and peace of mind. It offers 16-Gauge construction and is pre-hinged for convenience yet reversible for flexible installation options. The door frame is 1 in. x 2 in. welded steel with a mitered top. This security door offers a white powder-coat finish with attractive details.

  • Made of heavy-duty 16-Gauge steel
  • 1 in. x 2 in. Welded frame for strength and durability
  • Heavy-duty weather-stripped for storm door protection
  • Tempered safety glass
  • Powder coated for a long lasting protective finish
  • Interchangeable top or bottom screen panel included
  • Brass slimline lock included
  • Hidden tamper-resistant hinges
  • Heavy-duty closer for smooth operation
  • Hinged on the left, but reversible for flexible installation options
  • Prehung and pre-hinged for easy installation
  • Available in color black or white
  • Available in 80 in. height only and widths 30 in. 32 in., 34 in., and 36 in.
  • For Grisham custom sizing requirements that are outside the parameters of the standard sizing shown, please visit your local Home Depot Store to process your special order request

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Customer Questions & Answers

locks were do I find them

key was stolen need to replacelock
Asked by: jj
The lock kit is sold online here at the Home Depot.
Answered by: Thunderstruck
Date published: 2017-02-12

Door dimension 35"x80"

Greetings, the dimensions of my door are 35x80 which is an odd width as the options for this security door are 32", 34", 36". What do you suggest? Are there any models that are 35" wide?
Asked by: RookieDepot
Buy the 34 inch door and case the door with a 1/2 to1/4 fir strip and install it on the hinge side. Caulk and paint the strip before installing the door. Measure the door opening first before heading to Home Depot to determine the firing strip size needed. A simple fix.
Answered by: Thunderstruck
Date published: 2017-02-21

Ordering new door panels

I wanted to order the panels for my Grisham 30921 door. When I went into Home Depot they told me that they don't order them and that I would have to contact the manufacturer myself. So frustrating.
Asked by: AnnMarie
Thank you for your inquiry with Home Depot, AnnMarie. I apologize for the frustration you are experiencing with getting panels for your Grisham 30921 door. Here is the Grisham website http://www.grishambros.com/ and contacted number 800-238-1005. They should be able to further assist you. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!
Answered by: Worker
Date published: 2016-10-23

Is this a Fleur de lis design? I want a French look for my door.

Asked by: LilyRose
This is not a Fleur de lis design. It looks similar but certain elements did not match.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-04-21
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30 in. x 80 in. 309 Series White Prehung Heritage Steel Security Door is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have waited to give this a fair review since I had read lots of common negative reviews and con... I have waited to give this a fair review since I had read lots of common negative reviews and concerns with this door. I purchased and installed a front and rear door for my home in March of 2015. I noticed a lot of reviews stated a rust concern especially around the metal spindle bases. This appears to be from the excess welding slag during the manufacturing process. Which tends to rust quicker. There were also reviews of the brass finish looking unattractive after awhile. This prompted me to take preventative measures to remedy these small issues. I bought clear spray paint (which there are many options in the paint department) and with the glass and screens removed carefully sprayed a small amount around all bases and cleared the brass hardware before installing. As a result I have had no rust issues in two years ownership. Yes, I agree this should not have to be done to remedy a products shortcomings but at this price point I made a wise decision. The door is a very pretty design and was priced well below others. The door is extremely strong in design and when locked it is impossible for an intruder to jerk or pry it open. In the summer my family feels safe leaving this locked and being able to look out. I am happy with my purchase overall with these simple and cheap corrections.
Date published: 2017-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from this door is easy to install. this door is easy to install.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than the picture This is the first door I have purchased from Home Depot and it was installed to perfection, looks great, the finish has stayed like new and has functioned perfectly from day 1 and added a wow factor to my front entry without looking like a prison door as many security doors can. The door adjuster keeps it open when you need to bring in parcels, etc and shuts quietly. It made a big difference in stopping the draft I was getting under my inside door and around the edges. The Home Depot installer pre measured; was a pro and it went in with out a hitch. Other prices I was quoted on elsewhere were in excess of $800-$1000 for wrought iron and this is much better.
Date published: 2009-07-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from All Doors Are Not Created Equal I purchased 2 of these doors from Home Depot and installed them myself. Both of these original doors were labeled as "Made in the USA." I say original because on Inspection I noticed one of the boxes was crushed on the edge and the door frame was badly bent. Home Depot quickly replaced that door with the same model, only this carton was labeled "Made in China." The appearance of the two doors is the same. The quality of the hardware is not. First the USA door. All the parts and pieces were there. The unit was packaged well with no scratches or marks. This door comes pre-hung for a door hinged on the left as you look at it from the outside. To reverse the hinges you must remove both sides, the top rail, and the bottom extender. You also have to reverse the latch and deadbolt and both handles. For me that added about 90 minutes to the installation. This door is heavy even with the glass panels removed. One can handle it but 2 would make things a lot less strenuous. Assuming your existing doorframe is square, the actual placement of the door goes fairly quickly. Now for the Chinese version. On opening the box I also found this door to be packaged well. There were no scratches or dings even though the box doesn't appear to be as thick as the USA version. Appearance wise both doors look the same. This door is also hinged on the left. Since that was my intended purpose I figure the installation would be about half the time of the other door. It wasn't. Things were going well until it came to the lock installation. I should mention that the deadbolt in the USA version was pre-installed. It was not in the Chinese version. That's not a problem unless, like in mine, they provide the wrong lock. The lock in the Chinese door was a single cylinder, keyed only on one side. This sort of defeats the purpose of a glass security door since knocking out the glass enables someone to merely reach in and unlock the door. A trip back to Home Depot secured the lock assemble from the damaged USA door I originally purchased. Thinking this would solve all my problems I continued with the installation. Not quite. The double cylinder lock from the USA door doesn't fit as well in the Chinese lock assemble as it does in the USA door. The problem seems to be in the mounting of the lock cylinder in the locking mechanism. The real problem came when mounting the latch handles to the door and lock mechanism.. If tightened down completely the handles bind and will not allow the bolt to return to the extended position. Finger tight is about all you can do without the handles binding. I need to discuss this problem further with Grisham since I am not at all happy with the current assembly. Also the bottom door extender of the Chinese door appears to be a lighter aluminum than the USA version. The USA version was so tight and stiff I needed a hammer and block of wood to set it in place. It could not be spread open for installation. The Chinese version was very loose on installation and could be squeezed together easily to stiffen it up. The instruction sheets for both doors are the same and much to my surprise only written in English. For a novice with no prior mechanical / handyman experience, I would certainly recommend a professional installer. The instructions are lacking of good detail and some parts make absolutely no sense. There are several instances where you are told to drill holes and to install the provided screws without mentioning the size hole to drill or the size of the screw to be installed. Would I buy this same door again? Yes, but only if it were labeled Made in the USA. I just found too many little differences, especially in the locking mechanism to be 100% comfortable with the Chinese version.
Date published: 2013-06-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Door Purchased 2 of these doors. Easy to install and looks great. Only problems we had was purchasing at the store. Be careful and look to make sure hardware is in the box. One door did not have any and after going back to get the hardware one of the boxes did not have any of the screws. Had to purchase the screws separately since there were not any more doors in stock.
Date published: 2011-09-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great door...fair handle love the door...looks fantastic. wasn't too hard to put up. love having the optional screen or glass panels. the handle could be much better. after installation we needed to flip the handle over, seems simple enough.....but a piece was bent, and every time the door closed the latch got stuck inside the door. kudos to home depot for going out of their way to help find a replacement handle in the store so i could replace it...but i would still say, the only handles that fit this door are fairly cheaply made...i feel i will be replacing it again in the next couple of years.
Date published: 2014-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Security and curb appeal: Priceless I am absolutely delighted with my new Grisham Heritage steel entry door. It adds beauty as well as security and superior protection against wind storms. This upgrade was well worth the investment. My neighbors have been highly complimentary, too.
Date published: 2014-01-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Love the look but hard to install We had to switch sides so the hinges would be on the left - absolute nightmare! We had multiple screws that were stripped at the factory, drilled out two and even had to cut one off below the head. We also ran into issues with the lock hardware - it was missing (had to go back to store to get a replacement set) and didn't fit properly into the latch side of the frame. We had to cut metal out of the opening and couldn't use the latch-side hardware at all. This may have been an issue with our existing door frame but we were able to make it work. On a related note, the door comes with gold hardware but the door can also come with brushed nickel (what I actually wanted) - if you want to pay $600 for the door instead of $300. Really?? The manufacturer won't just swap out the hardware color without calling it a custom order.
Date published: 2016-03-22
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