Model # ISPM300036WHT

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Unique Home Designs 36 in. x 80 in. Ultimate White Metal Sliding Patio Screen Door
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Unique Home Designs

36 in. x 80 in. Ultimate White Metal Sliding Patio Screen Door

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Door Size (WxH) in.
36 x 80

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Product Overview

The Ultimate Metal sliding patio screen door includes the convenience of an EZ adjust system that simplifies installation. An upgraded frame increases strength and durability. Also includes quiet-operating wheels and a superior handle, latch and lock.

  • Rigid steel construction provides durability
  • Heavy-duty 2 in. x 1 in. steel frame with reinforce corners for increased strength, durability and full view
  • Pre-lubricated, sealed ball bearing rollers for quiet operation
  • Durable, rust-resistant finish for a long-lasting appearance
  • PVC-coated fiberglass screen provides visibility and ventilation while helping to keep insects out
  • Fits opening heights: 77-1/2 in. - 81-1/2 in.
  • Upgraded, reversible flush-mount mortise latch with interior night lock
  • Reversible for left or right handing allows flexibility when installing

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can i have the screen door delivered

Asked by: Dusty
Thank you for your interest in our Ultimate Patio Screen. Typically the patio screens are not deliverable to your home. They can be purchased online and picked up at the store. Please contact your local Home Depot for specific details. I hope this information is helpful for you.
Answered by: Unique Home Designs Inc
Date published: 2016-09-02

How much?

Asked by: Vic
98.00
Answered by: AT
Date published: 2017-02-08

I need to replace a existing 30 by 80 inch sliding type u header sliding screen door. It cannot be the adjustable type 77- 5/8 to 80

the adjustable 77 5/8 to 80 inch when extended to it's max is too short to fit the opening. The existing door has the frame so badly bent it is not salvageable. I need a exact 30 x 80 inches with no more than 1/2 an inch adjustment. What do you suggest???
Asked by: fredddy
Freddy, are you able to add a strip of wood to the top of the frame to shim it? That can allow for the adjustable pieces to work in your favor.
Answered by: Scott
Date published: 2017-01-13

Sliding screen door for patio.

My door is 30x80. How can I adjust the door without having it custom made?
Asked by: Nita
I don't think that is possible. You need this one from home depot: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Unbranded-MasterPiece-30-in-White-Reversible-Sliding-Screen-Door-Screen-MP30/204075493
Answered by: ColoradoGuy
Date published: 2016-06-13
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Customer Reviews

36 in. x 80 in. Ultimate White Metal Sliding Patio Screen Door is rated 1.9 out of 5 by 68.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Threw away after 1 year. Install and adjustment was easy. Brand new it had a couple quirks, the... Threw away after 1 year. Install and adjustment was easy. Brand new it had a couple quirks, the top adjustment block was wobbly, so it often stuck out at an angle. The corner sticking out would get stuck on the glass door frame, when sliding out, so the screen would not open unless you knew to pull that corner door away from the glass door. The plastic rollers got noticeably rougher after just 1 week. The door got rougher and rougher over time to slide. Yesterday the whole screen door just fell off, and got bent when hitting the concrete. Ended up non-usable garbage. Not recommended.
Date published: 2017-03-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The door is rather robust and I was initially impressed. The adjustment range is fantastic. Again... The door is rather robust and I was initially impressed. The adjustment range is fantastic. Again I was impressed. But all of that was irrelevant because the handle edge of the door was bowed inward. When the unit was installed there was enough of a gap for any mosquito to fly or small lizard to crawl through right where the handle met the door frame. I will likely be returning the door. I don't know if this is a quality control issue or if I just had the odd defect. Do no buy this door without measuring the top, bottom, and middle to ensure the unit isn't warped. I was in a rush and had the computer order stock guys prep the order for me. Normally I am more careful. This time it bit me. Egg on my face and an unhappy client.
Date published: 2017-03-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from When you have an upper track they refer to as type B, you need to remove the wheel assemblies on ... When you have an upper track they refer to as type B, you need to remove the wheel assemblies on top and use plastic spacers. The plastic spacers must be carefully ground down to work as required in your upper track. After getting them ground down to work in the track, they wouldn't stay seated in the door. Despite having a standard screen door size, I couldn't reduce the height enough to correctly install. What should have taken 15 minutes was 2 hours of frustration and failure.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Ultimate Junk Apparently, the word ultimate means something else than what I imagined. This product is made of the cheapest nylon parts that I have ever seen. The whole adjustment mechanism is just wrong. The wheels are in the middle of the door and even the slightest mis-adjustment causes the front or back of the door to drag on the track. The trucks are really cheap junk and may last a couple of months if you don't use the door much. I rarely ever review products, but I felt the need to warn people off of this one because I have rarely encountered something so badly made that was advertised at the "premium " price
Date published: 2016-05-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I read the review before I purchased it -- just take a chance. The reviews are right! The door is... I read the review before I purchased it -- just take a chance. The reviews are right! The door is not well designed. The plastic wheel looks cheap. It is not well assembled (Well, it is still bad if it were assembled properly.) The worst thing is -- it doesn't fit my frame! The extension to make it 80' long make it just a little bit too wide to fit. I can put it in but cannot slide since it is too tight. Don't buy it, my friend. I am serious.
Date published: 2017-03-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poorly Engineered, Quality Control is non existent. Be prepared to make the necessary repairs pri... Poorly Engineered, Quality Control is non existent. Be prepared to make the necessary repairs prior to installation. Fit is OK once repairs are made, installation time about an hour not including repairs. It's easier to repair time wise then wasting the time to return the Screen Door To the store and starting over. A cheaper door may be the best buy!
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Re: expander bolt/Arctic0507 I am having the same frustrating problem, and both pairs of needle-nosed plyers I used have noses more than 2.5" long. Finally with a different tool I was able to hold the nut and get the bolt most of the way out, but have as of yet been unable to get the screw and the bolt separated. So after wasting several hours of a day off, I have given up for the day. A screen door for a slider should not be this much hassle, and I fix and install many things around our house. Also, the printed instructions and the company's instructional video do not match up on all points.
Date published: 2016-05-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality, find something better. There are two types of tracks, the "A" type has a rail for wheels on top, the "B" type only has a slot. There are two plastic slides that are supposed to be inserted into the top of the screen to slide against the slot. Unlike the other reviewers, mine had the plastic guides. The other reviewers didn't miss much, however. They just fall out. There's no way to attach them. The flimsy metal used for the expansions is bent outward, preventing the screen from closing all the way. I'm going to have to drill some holes and put in screws to keep it from binding.
Date published: 2016-07-08
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