Screen Tight Timberline 30 in. Wood Unfinished Reversible Hinged Screen Door-WTIM30 - The Home Depot

Screen Tight

Model # WTIM30

Internet # 100650501

Timberline 30 in. Wood Unfinished Reversible Hinged Screen Door

Screen Tight Timberline 30 in. Wood Unfinished Reversible Hinged Screen Door

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$186.00 / each


Model # WTIM30

Internet # 100650501

Store SO SKU # 573146

Use this Screen Tight Timberline 30 in. Wood Unfinished Reversible Hinged Screen Door to help keep out unwanted pests while letting in fresh air. This screen door features a wood frame with sturdy mortise and dowel construction and 1-1/8 in. thick wood for strength and durability. The door offers a natural finish to suit your needs, and the fiberglass screens can be removed for easy finishing and staining.

  • 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
  • Hardware sold seperately


Assembled Depth (in.)  1.125 in  Assembled Height (in.)  80 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  30 in  Door Size (WxH) in.  30 x 80 
Door Thickness (in.)  1.13 in 
Color Family  Unfinished Wood  Color/Finish  Unfinished 
Door Color Family  Light Brown Wood  Door Handing  Universal/Reversible 
Door Type  Screen  Finish Type  Unfinished 
Material  Wood  Product Weight (lb.)  19 lb 
Returnable  90-Day  Screen Door Type  Hinged 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty  None 


Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by defective door Here are 3 reasons not to buy from this manufacturer: 1. One of the wooden slots was split. This was not due to transport, since the box in which the door was shipped had no dents and the wood splitting was vertical. 2. The joints on the top edge of the door exhibited large gaps at the seam that the manufacturer did not care to fill. 3. The quality of the wood used in the door is questionable: Some of the wood used in the door shows darker, bluish pigmentation, typical of moldy wood or wood that has been improperly handled during the drying process. 4. The wood pieces used in the door frame have sharp contrasts of color, in some cases, atypical of healthy wood. This means this door needs painting to hide its flaws. May 15, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Way over price for scrap wood No peace of wood over eight(8) inchs long, top corner of door was broken and had a lot of nick's and dings in very soft wood. I ordered the door because of free shipping, one (1) month ago the shipping cost more than the door. November 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Timberline wood screen door I love the look and handling of the door. I choose a natural oil finish but did not do it quickly enough and the dry weather caused some cracking. It doen't seem to effect the function. May 17, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by A STEAL FOR THE MONEY! East to install - wood average, but easy to clean, and pleasing to the eye; bought the hardware kit for less than $15 and installed it in minutes. Again, a good buy for the money! November 17, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 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
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