Model # WTIM30

Internet #100650501

Store SO SKU #1000347533

Screen Tight 30 in. x 80 in. Timberline Wood Unfinished Reversible Hinged Screen Door
0731677015300

Screen Tight Discontinued

30 in. x 80 in. Timberline Wood Unfinished Reversible Hinged Screen Door

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Product Overview

Use this Screen Tight Timberline 30 in. Wood Unfinished Reversible Hinged Screen Door to help keep out unwanted pests while letting in fresh air. This screen door features a wood frame with sturdy mortise and dowel construction and 1-1/8 in. thick wood for strength and durability. The door offers a natural finish to suit your needs, and the fiberglass screens can be removed for easy finishing and staining.
  • 1-1/8 in. thick wood with mortise and dowel construction for strength and durability
  • Unfinished surface offers natural beauty
  • Fiberglass screen is removable for easy painting and repairs
  • Can be trimmed with wood-cutting tools for easy installation
  • Reversible handing allows flexibility when installing
  • Hardware sold separately
  • Unfinished

Product Overview

Model #: WTIM30
Internet #: 100650501

Use this Screen Tight Timberline 30 in. Wood Unfinished Reversible Hinged Screen Door to help keep out unwanted pests while letting in fresh air. This screen door features a wood frame with sturdy mortise and dowel construction and 1-1/8 in. thick wood for strength and durability. The door offers a natural finish to suit your needs, and the fiberglass screens can be removed for easy finishing and staining.

  • 1-1/8 in. thick wood with mortise and dowel construction for strength and durability
  • Unfinished surface offers natural beauty
  • Fiberglass screen is removable for easy painting and repairs
  • Can be trimmed with wood-cutting tools for easy installation
  • Reversible handing allows flexibility when installing
  • Hardware sold separately
  • Unfinished

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Specifications

Dimensions

Door Height (in.)
80
Door Thickness (in.)
1.13 in
Door Width (in.)
30

Details

Color Family
Unfinished Wood
Color/Finish
Unfinished
Door Handing
Universal/Reversible
Door Type
Screen
Finish Type
Unfinished
Hinge Type
No Hinge
Material
Wood
Product Weight (lb.)
19lb
Returnable
90-Day
Screen Door Type
Hinged

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Specifications

Dimensions

Door Height (in.)
80
Door Thickness (in.)
1.13 in
Door Width (in.)
30

Details

Color Family
Unfinished Wood
Color/Finish
Unfinished
Door Handing
Universal/Reversible
Door Type
Screen
Finish Type
Unfinished
Hinge Type
No Hinge
Material
Wood
Product Weight (lb.)
19lb
Returnable
90-Day
Screen Door Type
Hinged

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

what materials are used to make this door pressure treated or not??

Asked by: seriously
No, it will require painting
Answered by: Ron
Date published: 2018-02-28

what hardware is to used for this door? is there a hardware list available?

what hardware is to used for this door? is there a hardware list available?
Asked by: ron
small hinges ok but no interior type door knob will fit because the support piece is not wide enough.
Answered by: loucard
Date published: 2018-02-28

Can I trim this door down to 29" width?

Asked by: Aplus
check the specs or ask a salesperson.
Answered by: loucard
Date published: 2018-02-28

Can a new screen be purchased for this door?

We have one of these doors, but the screen is torn. Can we unscrew the old one, purchase a new one and screw it back on?
Asked by: BigHouseOwner
This door has a set of aluminum channels in it. They are designed to accept a fiberglass or plastic screen that press-fits into the channels using a rubber gasket. Then you can cut the screen down to size. It is pretty easy, but see the comment on painting.
Answered by: GuyWPaintbrush
Date published: 2018-03-01
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Customer Reviews

30 in. x 80 in. Timberline Wood Unfinished Reversible Hinged Screen Door is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 34.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from defective door Here are 3 reasons not to buy from this manufacturer: 1. One of the wooden slots was split. This was not due to transport, since the box in which the door was shipped had no dents and the wood splitting was vertical. 2. The joints on the top edge of the door exhibited large gaps at the seam that the manufacturer did not care to fill. 3. The quality of the wood used in the door is questionable: Some of the wood used in the door shows darker, bluish pigmentation, typical of moldy wood or wood that has been improperly handled during the drying process. 4. The wood pieces used in the door frame have sharp contrasts of color, in some cases, atypical of healthy wood. This means this door needs painting to hide its flaws.
Date published: 2011-05-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not as it seems First, the door was shipped with a significant defect. The wood joints did not meet. Also, it is made of numerous pieces of wood so it cannot be stained. One would think that a wood screen door could be stained. It does not state in the description if the door is stain grade or not. And, it does not come with any hardware. This is stated in the description, but just be aware.
Date published: 2009-05-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from sags Door made out of different woods so staining will not be consistent. Worst, the door will sag after a few months after installation. No reinforcements at the top corners. Buy a plastic one and paint. Save some bucks. I removed this one and put it up on the back door to the dog run. Dog likes it.
Date published: 2011-04-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Made to be painted As several other reviewers have noted, the stock on this is all finger-jointed; this is no problem if you want to paint it. However you will have to remove the screen-tight style screen. These are not really meant to come out and go back in easily, but the side channels are in several segmdnts, and you might be able to get the screen out and back in. I couldn't., and so had to remove the long, rubber gasket that holds the screen in. I'm pretty sure I won't be able to get it back in using the original screen, and will have to buy another sheet, press it in and cut it down. Since the door is clearly meant to be painted, why not ship with the screen parts separate and let the buyer assemble them? After all, if I can size and hang a door and put a latch on it, I can probably manage to press in a screen.
Date published: 2015-05-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wood used for door completely made from scrap Wood used to construct door is 12" to 18" scrap pieces dove tailed together. Not at all a stain quality door.
Date published: 2012-08-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from hung it anyway The door's design is fine---looks good on-line---but it is really a piece of garbage. None of the parts actually fit together and where the stiles and rails meet, they aren't flush. The wood is sanded, but this kind of thing really ought to be sanded after assembly. Looks like Timberline has cut too many corners to save money. The screen part was very difficult to remove for painting, like they had sharpened the router bit too many times and it wasn't cutting a wide enough dado. Some of the finger-jointed lumber had tear-outs that required filling before paint. The lock rail dowel joints aren't glued. There is a finger joint on one of the stiles that is 3'' from one end---right at the dowel joint. The screen frame is segmented aluminum interrupted with plastic inserts with screw holes. This is not a bad idea, but when the screen is removed for painting it becomes really fragile. Also, the aluminum parts look like they were cut with a skill saw---pretty rough. I wanted to get the door hung and didn't mind doing a little work on it to get the job done. Plus, I really didn't want to go through the process of returning it. You should find someone else to provide your screen doors. Timberline is a loser. Easy to install but time consuming with all the prep and filling
Date published: 2014-09-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from only fair workmanship and appearance This door matches one that we bought 10 years ago. It does not match the quality of the old one, and is not as sturdy. It will do the job, but overall is a little disappointing.
Date published: 2013-10-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very Disapointed As I was trimming and planing the door to fit the door jam, all of the joined corners started to come apart. Had to re-glue and clamp the corners together again. Both of the vertical styles had seven feathered splices in them. Are non spiced boards a thing of the past ? Most of the vertical grill ends were splintered. Looks like it was assembled by a gorilla. Very poor quality of materials and workmanship. Lance Wilson
Date published: 2014-04-27
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