Rated 3.9 out of 5Â by 40
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Bobby nice door for the money
this is a nice storm door for the money about $160.00 Installation is like any storm door but this one is not so heavy that you will need help to install it
July 29, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by suziemm Poor Quality Door
I purchased this exact door in May of 2010. It has a 10 yr. warranty. Two years had gone by and the door started to disintegrate from the inside of the door to the outside. Within a few months the disintegrated area was at least 5 x 10 inches rotted. And it started to rot in other areas. Apparently the door was not sealed properly. I did return the door to Home Depot, with the manufacturer's warranty slip, and got a replacement. Let's hope this one lasts longer. I had never seen a storm door rot from the inside to the outside ever. And this is a division of Anderson doors.
October 17, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by HMS111 rotted on inside
Mine rotted just as susiemm's did. and I can't get the screen/glass to pull down after the first 1 or 2 times. Very disappointed and hoping I can get a different door. I bought the cheapest they had for my back door and it has been great... this door is no good.
April 29, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by UltraDan Decent Door for Sunporch
This review is for my parents new sunporch door. They had it installed by Home Depot, and I am not too impressed with the finished job for the price charged to have it installed. Since this review is about the door itself, I digress about the installation. It is a sturdy door, wood core, because it needed to be trimmed to fit the existing area. If you or a contractor are installing this door in an existing area that needs to be built up, especially in an aluminum frame, enclosed sunporch, make sure you trim out the inside if you want to improve the finished appearance. The door is functional and does as designed, but the major disappointment is the sill. If you get a good horizontal rain, you will get water inside since the slope of the sill allows for the water to collect behind the screen and pass through closed window. It does not appear that this issue can be adjusted. For anyone who has this issue, a quick fix is simple weatherstripping. In a non-heated sunporch, weatherstripping is kind of unnecessary in general for the windows, but for the window on this door, it makes a significant difference keeping the precipitation out during heavy rains.
April 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by momusmc1 storm door purchases
The storm door is the 3rd one we purchased this year and they all look classy and feel strong.
August 26, 2014