Rated 1.7 out of 5Â by 9
Rated 3 out of 5Â by meegs I like the removable screen in it's own frame.
The door is a replacement for a previous door that was warped. Was able to install it easily and like the fact that the screen comes in it's own frame so is easy to remove for painting, replacement, etc. There were some gaps in the joints that caused me to lower the quality rating, and the price seems higher than I would expect.
July 30, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Robert The door I received had minor problems
Screen had a small rip in it where it was attached by the bead. Door had a couple of indentations where it looked like it had been strapped together with other doors. I was able to fill these and sand them prior to painting the door but shouldn't have this problem with a almost $200 door.
August 8, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Xxxxy Screen door not so good
Screen door matched our other door but the wood had some dents in it as well as some little shreds of wood that you could catch your clothing or other things on.... Not what we would have expected but we were leaving that house and didn't have the time to reorder. Disappointed in the quality
August 12, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Regina cheap made poor quality doors and hardware
These are expensive poor quality doors. Where do I begin? I paid over 250.00 for Hampton door and so called brass hard and plexy weather panel. The hardware is brass plated. It will not weather beautifully like brass. (I will order the real brass hardware elsewhere). The weather panel doesnt even fit the door. There are no turns to remove and put back on panel. You have to drill your own pilot holes and screw the frame onto the door and try to slide the plexiglass in the top!!!!! Each time!!!! Same for the screen if needs repaired, no turns just screws into the wood!!!
The inset panel at the bottom is so, so, so thin!!! Nothing like the picture. Wood break easily if a foot hit it. There's got to be a better door out there!!
September 9, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Thebick Lacking in workmanship
Unfortunately, they changed the design of this door. The original had two handy removable screen panels which could be easily repaired. The new design is one large screen insert which is awkward to remove and would be very hard to re-screen. Also, the screening is exposed over the wood center members of the door, not very practical. The wood workmanship is sub-par on this door.
September 1, 2011