Unique Home Designs

Model IDR31000362146

Internet #203029232

36 in. x 80 in. Solstice Tan Surface Mount Steel Security Door with Black Perforated Screen and Nickel Hardware

$429.00 /each

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Product Overview

The Solstice security screen door, a member of the Unique Home Designs premium steel series, features a highly popular sun ray design and offers superior quality, security and flexibility. Unique Home Designs premium steel doors feature a precision-welded, heavy-duty frame and hinges for maximum strength and security, as well as professionally mitered corners for strength and corrosion resistance. This Solstice model is outfitted with a rust-impervious, perforated aluminum screen for maximum security and durability. For mix and match versatility, the easy mount screen panel can be interchanged with an insect screen panel when increased light and ventilation is desired or with a shatter-resistant glass insert for year-round functionality (additional inserts purchased separately). The stylish antique nickel mortise lockset is included.

  • Made from steel for strength with a heavy-duty 3 in. x 1-1/4 in frame
  • Commercial grade aluminum perforated metal screen provides maximum security and will never rust
  • Mitered corners add strength, aesthetic appeal and heavy-duty hinges provide durability and have a higher quality appearance
  • High-grade single cylinder satin nickel mortise lockset included
  • Protective powder-coat for a beautiful and durable finish
  • Reversible for left- or right-handing allows versatility when installing
  • Surface mount door affixes to the face of entryway trim (1 in. flat surface required for installation), see image in Info & Guides Specifications
  • 4" One-way screws and one-time-use one-way driver bit included
  • Use Unique Home Designs one-way screw drill bit driver for easier installation (not included)
  • Fits most standard-sized entryways with a 36 in. x 80 in. entry door, see measure instructions and fit ranges under Info & Guides Instructions/Assembly
  • The overall dimensions of the door including the frame is 38-1/2 in. x 81-3/16 in.
  • Includes sill bar, adjustable multi-blade sweep, threshold plate, and foam weather-stripping
  • Inserts selections are interchangeable, for variable applications (additional screen inserts and glass inserts sold separately)

Info & Guides

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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I get compliments from my neighbors and passerbys. Eventhough this product is hard to get installed I do recommend it because of the price and look. I advise to inspect first before installing because the door handle is poor and the door itself tend to bend from transportation. October 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great door! The door is of excellent quality and it looks great. We had it installed professionally by the Home Depot to ensure it was done correctly. May 18, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Nice looking door but problematic to install. I like the idea of a security door and the appearance of this door is first rate. My low overall rating is due to the difficulty of installation. A typical exterior door door casing/frame is about 37 1/2 inches wide. The finished assembled width of this security door is 38 1/2 inches. Now an inch over may not seem like much but that extra inch is on the hinge side. Unless you are prepared to install a 1 inch spacer, you may have problems. The door hardware looks fine but is finicky. My advice is to throw out the one-way security screws and use lag bolts. I didn't do this at first, so that when it came to make some adjustments (shimming) it was impossible (can't back off a security screw). I had to Sawzall the security bolts off and replaced them with 4 inch lag bolts. If you do end up using the security screws, get a bit driver specifically designed for security screws and save your hands. If someone is going to break into a house they are not going to bring a socket set with them to remove the lag bolts around the outside of the frame, they are simply going to go over to a window and gain access that way. My recommendation to the manufacuturer make the door 1 inch narrower in width (35 1/4 versus 36 1/4) which would make the installation processes easier and neater. One feature about the door hardware that is annoying is the uni-directional operation of the door handle. Depending whether you install the door as a left hand opening or right hand opening, the door handle will only work in the upward direction or the downward direction (not both which is typical of most lever style handles). Why the limitation? May 30, 2013
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