A: Thank you for you inquiry. The EMCO 300 Series Triple-Track Storm Door was designed with two ventilating (moving) windows. However, the installation of the top and bottom windows cannot be interchanged. - Claire
A: yes the screen is as big as the glass
A: Thank you for your question. Please note that the closer (pneumatic cylinder) is the part that holds the door open. This is installed either on the middle or on the bottom part of the door panel from the inside. If you need further assistance, kindly call us at 855-337-8822 when you are near your door. Please also have the serial number of the storm door ready. You will find it anywhere on the hinge part, on a white or silver sticker. - Charmaine
A: To answer your question, I'll assume you mean the pneumatic or damper cylinder is what you refer to as "the spring" On the rod end of the damper cylinder, (that pulls out) there is the "small metal piece" called the Hold Open Clip that should be between the cylinder/tube end and the pinched lugs. If you need to door to stay open, you would open the door to the desired position, and simply slide the Hold Open Clip to the back of the damper and that "small piece of metal" holds the door open.
A: We apologize but we do not have tinted windows. However, our Andersen 3000, 2000, 400 and EMCO 300 Self-Storing Storm Doors has retractable screen with a top sliding window and a bottom stationary window. For more information about these models, please visit https://www.stormdoors.com/. - Charmaine
A: Thank for your inquiry. The EMCO 200 Series Triple-Track Storm Door comes with a push-button handle. The handle does not have key hole or key lock. However, the inside latch of the push button hardware has a component called the night latch. The purpose of the night latch is to lock the door from the inside of the house. To lock it, you can move the night latch by sliding up the pin/button. To unlock, just slide it down. We apologize, but we have no available handleset with key lock that will work on an EMCO 200 Series Triple-Track Storm Door. You may visit the nearest Home Depot store in your area to check the display doors. - Noel