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Screen Tight

Model WTIM32

Internet #100650810

Store SO SKU #573146

32 in. x 80 in. Timberline Wood Unfinished Screen Door

$170.43 /each

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The Screen Tight Timberline 32 in. Wood Unfinished Screen Door is a great complement to your exterior decor. This screen door features mortise and dowel construction for durability, and the reversible handing offers installation flexibility to suit your needs. The removable fiberglass screen allows easy finishing and repairs, and the unfinished surface can be painted or stained to coordinate with a variety of design schemes.

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  • 1-1/8 in. thick wood with mortise and dowel construction for strength and durability
  • Unfinished surface offers natural beauty
  • Fiberglass screen is removable for easy painting and repairs
  • Can be trimmed with wood-cutting tools for easy installation
  • Reversible handing allows flexibility when installing
  • Hardware sold separately
  • Unfinished

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Can I stain the wood on this door?

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Can I trim this door down to 29" width?

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August 8, 2014
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No it cannot be trimmed more than 3/8" of an inch off each side and 1/2" of an inch off of the top and bottom.
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Can a new screen be purchased for this door?

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March 29, 2014
We have one of these doors, but the screen is torn. Can we unscrew the old one, purchase a new one and screw it back on?
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May 11, 2015
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This door has a set of aluminum channels in it. They are designed to accept a fiberglass or plastic screen that press-fits into the channels using a rubber gasket. Then you can cut the screen down to size. It is pretty easy, but see the comment on painting.
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Orange, Ca.
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March 31, 2014
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Hi BigHouseOwner, Screen Tight the manufacture, stated to use needle nose pliers to take the rubber spline out.
Next measure the size of screen you need, purchase the replacement screen and install using a spline tool and the spline material.
You can purchase replacement screen and a spline tool at your local Home Depot in the mill works department.
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How is the screen attached to the back of this door? In one piece with a metal frame that is screwed on? Or two pieces?

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September 19, 2014
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The aluminum frame that holds the screen comes in 8 pieces connected by plastic inserts that have the screw holes. The frame sits in a groove routed in the back of the door. In order to paint the door you have to remove the screws and pry out the frame (which is all of a sudden) somewhat unstable. Works, though
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Orange, Ca.
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November 7, 2013
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Hi Myrna, this screen is one piece. The screen is attached to the frame with wood. There is no metal.
The screen can be removed if repairs are needed or if you want to paint the frame.
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Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Screen Door Believe the reviews- this screen door is utter trash. It is not the same quality as the ones sold in the store. The frame is made of glued 10" sections of pine that don't even look straight. I returned it and special ordered a door at the store- which was 1/3 the cost! Home Depot should not be selling this product. February 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by hung it anyway The door's design is fine---looks good on-line---but it is really a piece of garbage. None of the parts actually fit together and where the stiles and rails meet, they aren't flush. The wood is sanded, but this kind of thing really ought to be sanded after assembly. Looks like Timberline has cut too many corners to save money. The screen part was very difficult to remove for painting, like they had sharpened the router bit too many times and it wasn't cutting a wide enough dado. Some of the finger-jointed lumber had tear-outs that required filling before paint. The lock rail dowel joints aren't glued. There is a finger joint on one of the stiles that is 3'' from one end---right at the dowel joint. The screen frame is segmented aluminum interrupted with plastic inserts with screw holes. This is not a bad idea, but when the screen is removed for painting it becomes really fragile. Also, the aluminum parts look like they were cut with a skill saw---pretty rough. I wanted to get the door hung and didn't mind doing a little work on it to get the job done. Plus, I really didn't want to go through the process of returning it. You should find someone else to provide your screen doors. Timberline is a loser. Easy to install but time consuming with all the prep and filling September 19, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Timberline 32" screen door Good quality, well made door, delivered in excellent shape in the alloted shipment time. Screen is easily removable for priming and painting. Highly recommended! August 5, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not worth the high price for a simple wood screen door! Very rough finishes, was already falling apart. Came with one handle! December 15, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by no good The construction of this screen door is absolutely rotten. i will never buy this product again October 13, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Made to be painted As several other reviewers have noted, the stock on this is all finger-jointed; this is no problem if you want to paint it. However you will have to remove the screen-tight style screen. These are not really meant to come out and go back in easily, but the side channels are in several segmdnts, and you might be able to get the screen out and back in. I couldn't., and so had to remove the long, rubber gasket that holds the screen in. I'm pretty sure I won't be able to get it back in using the original screen, and will have to buy another sheet, press it in and cut it down. Since the door is clearly meant to be painted, why not ship with the screen parts separate and let the buyer assemble them? After all, if I can size and hang a door and put a latch on it, I can probably manage to press in a screen. May 11, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by O.K. for the value The doors were made of pieces of wood put together and were not consistently the same size . That required adjustment on four doors to get them to fit. They look good from afar ,but will not take any excessive hard use by families or animals. July 1, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Expected Much Better Purchased two of these doors for my house. Liked the appearance. They both are well out of the weather under porches. Installed front one first. It was warped almost one quarter inch but decided to live with it. One for the back was also warped. After cutting the bottom and installing the hardware there appeared to be an opening across the top that looked like the door was drooping about three quarters of an inch. Both sides fit evenly. Upon closer inspection the door is what my carpenter called "jacked". Dad the engineer would say skewed. Apparently when the door was laid on something to router the screen fitting the thing was not square. It is obvious that is the case since the upper part of the door is about three quarters narrower on one side than the other. RECOMMEND VERY CLOSE INSPECTION OR PURCHASE SOMETHING ELSE. If I had not already cut it I would have returned it. April 26, 2015
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