Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 21
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Aroyals Coordinates well with the interior doors we put in
We put in the wood interior version of this door for all the interior doors of our house. We used this metal one for the door into the garage from the house. We had to special order an outswing, because all the doors in stock at the store were in swing. We were very confused when the door first came in, because of the way they make this into an outswing. The metal threshold on the bottom, which you usually associate with the outside of the door (exterior of the house) is on the inside when installed (see picture, doors must open away from their threshold in order to seal correctly). The door was designed SUPER tight to the top of the frame, so it took us a very long time to get it installed so that the door didn't bind up at the top. But overall happy with how it looks, and that it matches the other doors in the house well.
November 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hazelnut Good purchase
This door was exactly as advertised and a nice looking addition to our home. The installation directions were easy to understand and the door went in well. We will order another for another door replacement.
October 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by rudyrod champage look on a beer budget
the door was of excellent quality. it was very economical and was exactly as presented in the website.
August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CabinRemodel Steve & Sons delivers this door unit completely crated in a coffin sized box, screwed to a pallet
I don't normally take the time to write reviews. I made an exception here. I'm very pleased with the delivery condition of Steves and Sons door unit. This manufacturer has done an excellent job crating this door in plywood, lumber, and cardboard, standing on a pallet completely protected from rough handling by $10 an hour fluoride zombie laborers.
After reading some of the negative reviews about damaged, dented, and scratched door units from this particular door manufacturer I was a little leery of purchasing, However, the design, material, and look is exactly what I wanted at an excellent price, so I took a chance.
I sent one of my guys to get it at Home Depot in Dahlonega GA. It arrived a week early, before the promised delivery date. I was on the job when he got back, and helped him unload it. I was very impressed with how they are packaging the product. Imagine a 3 ft wide small pallet with 16 inch wide plywood chipboard screwed to the pallet and door jamb so the door stands up on the pallet. Then the plywood chipboard sides screwed to the jamb, then the plywood is connected with lumber front and back, to create a coffin sized box around the door. Then a layer of cardboard covers both the front and back a foot away from the finished door. The only part of the unit exposed is the top jamb. The door was in pristine, brand new condition.
Disregard any bad reviews about delivery of damaged doors, the manufacturer has gone above and beyond what was needed to solve the problem.
My painter was watching all this and commented there's at least $35 to $50 in labor and material to crate these door units this way. I agreed, and can't believe this unit (crated this way) can be sold at this price.
Why was this important to me? The front door is the focal point of the house. The foreclosure cabin in the mountains I'm using this door unit on had a cheesy half glass, steel front door with no privacy in the living room, and an easy smash and burglarize liability. My painters daughter is a faux paint artist who can make this primed flat white slab door look like a two thousand dollar piece of wood furniture for a couple hundred dollars. Or there of numerous videos online to show you how to put a wood grain finish on these types of door do-it-yourself for less than $50. Or Steves and Sons provides the service as well.
I would recommend this door unit and the manufacturer emphatically. 5 Stars.
The pictures I've attached are the end product I'm looking for. These are the two colors and designs I'm considering. I'm leaning toward the pine look with decorative steel peg nails. I'll drill the door slightly smaller than the peg nail, and tap in with silicone of epoxy after its been stained and sealed. I'll have a custom door, finished and install for less than $500. If I finish it, for less than $300.
February 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by RockDoc Quality door with attractive design
The door was well built, and easy to install, although to be fair I have installed doors before and this was a new build install. My one complaint is that the door arrived at Home Depot with a damage. A major dent in the front of the steel panel.
August 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Needmydaybrightened Never again - 2 out of 2 SHIPPED damaged, not transit damage.
This door arrived with stratches all across the front. Not on the top, not on the bottom, all across the center where you can't miss it. It was shipped from the warehouse this way because the packaging was in tact. Cannot believe a company would ship a product like this. If I saw this in a scratch and dent store I wouldn't pay $10 for it - so why does the company think I would accept it at full price and think it was what I should get??? Looks very bad for the company and Home Depot associates couldn't even believe it would ship that way. Ordered a right-hand inswing as well. Issues with that one too, left a review there too. Not trying my hand at this company again. Returning and purchasing from a different vendor.
October 24, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ms its ok
It was an ok door, good for interior uses. i used it on the door leading from my garage.
July 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by GT 32 in. x 80 in. Premium 2-Panel Plank Primed White Steel Prehung Front Door with 32 in. Right-Hand Inswing & 4 in. Wall
The door comes factory primed but it will need extra sanding prior to painting because of the poor job of priming. There are runs in the primer and large spots where the primer was entirely too heavy.
April 12, 2016