A: no, it does not.
A: Thank you for your question. The Andersen 3000 Series Self-Storing Easy Install Storm Door has a retractable insect screen that disappears into the top of the door panel when not in use for anytime ventilation. The insect screen is attached to the upper ventilating window and revealed when you move down the ventilating window. We do not have storm doors that both screen and windows are retractable. You may visit the nearest Home Depot Store in your area to check the display doors. - Claire
A: no it does not. When the glass goes down, the screen follows the glass.
A: Thank you for your question. The Andersen 3000 Series Self-Storing Storm Door is designed to have one closer installed at the bottom panel. Since the hidden retractable screen is located at the top of the door, we do not recommend installing additional closer as it may damage the screen mechanism. If you need assistance in the future about your door, please contact the Andersen Solution Center at 855-337-8822. - Claire
A: Thank you for your question. The glass is not bulletproof. We would like to note that the entry door, not the storm door, is considered the main line of defense in protecting your home. It is important to keep in mind that your storm door is intended to reduce the amount of exposure your entry door has to the outside elements and may not secure your home from any outside force. A storm door should not be considered a main source of home security. - Arnie
A: Thank you for your question. The glass of an Andersen 3000 Series Fullview Storm Door is available in Low-E and clear. You need to indicate which type of glass you want when you order the door. Please visit www.stormdoors.com for additional information about the storm door. You can also visit the nearest Home Depot store in your area and inquire about the door you like. Kindly provide the measurement of your door entry opening to the store associate to determine the correct size of door you need. - Claire