Rated 3.8 out of 5Â by 57
Rated 1 out of 5Â by robhirsc Worst Purchase Ever
Had the same problem as some other reviewers with corrosion. This happened on the inside of the door away from the weather where the panel contacts the outer edges. Occurred on both sides. Problem may actually be expansion of the particle board. I contacted Andersen since the door has a lifetime warranty and it appears they will replace the door through Home Depot. I did have to prove that I owned the house prior to 2009 when the door was manufactured since the warranty is nontransferable and I no longer had the receipt.
February 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by BOLOSKY Great features and durable
this storm door is great, easy to install and just serve the purpose I needed especially the screen where you can just slide the glass up to let fresh air in and the customer service at the store was very helpful.Reasonable price too.
October 9, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Liam Door is corroding.
This door was well worth the money. Easy to install, functional windows. But after about a year, the door started corroding in one spot. Now just 3.5 years old the door is corroding in several spots. Soon there will be a complete hole in the door as the material inside and out is disintegrating. See attached pictures. Very disappointing as I will need to replace the door already.
December 13, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Tifferina DO NOT BUY THIS DOOR. IT WILL CORRODE!
Please do yourself a favor and do not buy this door! We haven't even had the door for 1.5 years and its already rotting and corroding from the inside out. Buy something else.
May 5, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by HandymanAndMore Great door, one major problem.
I buy these doors a lot. I am a general contractor. They are easier than most to install. They look nice. They are comparatively inexpensive and easy to use. The window and screen stay in the door at all times which keeps users from needing to store parts away seasonally. I have two on my own home. However, just recently, on one of our own doors, I noticed there is some lumpiness showing on the bottom panel, outside . It was caused by the fact that the bottom sweep channel holds water from rain and condensation which is absorbed by the wood filler. As the filler expands from the moisture, it shows through the plastic covering. Until the manufacturer remedies this problem, I suggest drilling a few holes in the bottom of the channel to let the water out before it gets to the filler.
January 24, 2012