Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 50
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bess excellent!
Truly the best money I've spent so far on home improvements . It's a solidly constructed door with a strong design element - minus the blobby welded seams noticeable from close-up.
It allows complete privacy from outside passersby and yet allows in all the light, breezes and views from the outside. Went up without issue because of the great advice of others who'd purchased and reviewed it. The advice being - use two-way screws to mount it to make sure you have it where you want it and the right drill bit to use on the one-way screws for when you're ready to do the final hanging. Some bought an expensive one-way screw drill bit we got away with a very wide 6$ bit from Home Depot.
April 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Penny Great door!
The door is very well built. Solid and safe! One surprise was the screening. Unlike a normal screen door, this door allows a clear view of who's at your door from the inside. But, from the outside, you can see only faint shadows or light. That adds to the feeling of being secure and safe.
October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by not2bforgotten A VERY Secure Door
The SOLANA NAVAJO WHITE SURFACE MOUNT OUTSWING STEEL SECURITY DOOR WITH PERFORATED METAL SCREEN is the best. I have now purchased 2 of these. It is well made, strong and sturdy. The perforated metal screen makes is as safe as a solid door. It is also a great privacy provider as it is almost impossible for anyone to see in when you answer the door. However, the perforations allow for a nice breeze to come through. No worries that someone can just cut the screen you are secure with this one.
October 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 4bim Good Quality Door
The door was well packaged and protected when I received it. The door design and color options are features well liked.
October 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Gus Safe at night, and the cats stay in.
The measurements advertised made the door just fit, and luckily all the fasteners are secure. This is the third steel security door I've installed, so the process of aligning is easy. I love the look both inside and out. I only wish there was a door that would take the key-pad lock set.
August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DIYguy Surface Mount Security Door
The security door mounts outside the door casing. Support the door on wooden blocks when checking alignment and marking the pilot holes. For ease of installation, drill pilot holes close to the diameter of the one-way wood screws. I recommend ordering the adjustable Seal Kit to keep out flying and crawling insects. I installed a new metal threshold (make a cardboard template before cutting the metal to shape) and the top spacer in order to create a tight seal.
June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TrumpChick Love My Door
Love my new door, it is exactly what I wanted, I wish they made it in a 30 inch for the front of my house also
July 12, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Cat Attractive and sturdy security door
We chose this to replace the screen door on our new house with this door because we needed something that would let in the breeze while still providing security and also hold up to small dogs occasionally jumping on it. We wanted something sturdy and attractive, and this door definitely fits the bill.
The door arrived with no damage and no missing parts, so the little project started out well. But it was soon obvious that the door was too short for the opening. This was mentioned by other reviewers as well. We had to purchase a door sweep and attach with double sided tape to correct the large gap. We did follow other reviewers' very helpful advice and used regular screws to mount the door.
A bonus about this door is that you can see out quite clearly through the perforations, while people outside can't see in, so it gives a lot of privacy as well (providing it's lighter outside than it is inside, so this pretty much is reversed at night.)
We've had the door six months now, installed on our covered patio, and there are a couple rust spots showing through the white finish. *sigh*
July 7, 2015