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Model #WSUM32

Store SO SKU #1000347638

32 in. x 80 in. Summit Wood Unfinished Reversible Hinged Screen Door

  • Mortise and dowel construction ensure ultimate durability
  • The trimmable design ensures a great fit
  • The reversible design can install opening to the right or left
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Product Overview

The Screen Tight Summit 32 in. Wood Unfinished Reversible Hinged Screen Door features mortise and dowel construction for durability and a removable fiberglass screen for easy painting and repairs. The reversible handing offers installation flexibility to suit your needs. The screen door has an unfinished surface that can be painted or stained to coordinate with a variety of design schemes.
  • 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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Price
$19803
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Ratings
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Screen Door TypeHingedHingedHingedHinged
MaterialWoodWoodWoodWood
Finish TypeUnfinishedUnfinishedUnfinishedUnfinished
Door Height (in.)79.758079.7579.75
Door Width (in.)31.753231.7531.75
Door HandingDouble SlideUniversal/ReversibleUniversal/ReversibleUniversal/Reversible
Product Weight (lb.)26192727
Door TypeScreenScreenScreenScreen
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Specifications

Dimensions

Door Height (in.)
80
Door Thickness (in.)
1.13
Door Width (in.)
32
Nominal Door Height (in.)
80
Nominal Door Thickness (in.)
1
Nominal Door Width (in.)
32

Details

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

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

8Questions8Answers

Does this screen door contain finger joints? Picture says NO. Reviews say YES.

Asked by cwc December 25, 2020
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Answer

Yes this door is finger jointed. Our Woodcraft door is not finger jointed.

Do you make the Summit 36” x 80 “ ?

Asked by Tom May 4, 2019
1
Answer

We have both pressure treated and untreated Summit screen doors. This is a non pressure treated screen door. The pressure treated in listed in description of door. Screen Tight

What is the height of the bottom rail? How much can safely be trimmed from the height of this en...

Asked by Dooris July 30, 2017
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Answer

The height on the bottom rail is 4". Trimming Your Wood Screen Door: A circular saw will do the job. Simply determine the desired amount to trim. (Make sure not to trim more than 3/8" from any side and no more than 1/2" from the bottom.) Sincerely, Screen Tight JV

Is the screen removable?

Asked by Graham June 15, 2017
1
Answer

NO, the screen is not removable.

door opening is 32 x 781/8, can this door be trimmed to fit

Asked by char November 7, 2015
1
Answer

Yes, this door can be trimmed.

On the summit door, is the wood on both sides of the screen, or is it a wood frame with the screen applied to the back.

Asked by kjsacton June 13, 2015
1
Answer

how would u repir this door if screen attached to back wood needed to be replaced

the frame opening is 30w x 76.5h. can this screen door be trimmed to fit in the 76.5" height?

Asked by SamC August 2, 2014
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Answer

No it cannot be trimmed more than 3/8" of an inch off each side and 1/2" of an inch off of the top and bottom.

I am looking for a 29" screen door.

Asked by KAD June 9, 2013
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Answer

Thanks for asking. This screen door does not come 29 inches. However, you may be able to custom order the door at your local Home Depot store. Stop by the Special Service desk to inquire. For more information, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.

Customer Reviews

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  • 33% recommend this product
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Best screen door on the market
Replacing screen doors on an older home I found it difficult to find door that were anything close to the quality of the original doors. This door is far superior to others available today.
by Mark
I received two screen doors without the six hindges. ...
I received two screen doors without the six hindges. So I paid $300 for two unhindged screen doors which normally sell for $120. .
by MIKEL
It works well....
It works well.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Rough edges - poor fit at jointsBought 3 -...
Rough edges - poor fit at jointsBought 3 - 1 had to be thrown out it was so poorly made
by David
1 person found this helpful
You would think that a $170 unfinished screen door would...
You would think that a $170 unfinished screen door would be ready to be finished and made from the same wood throughout. Well don't get this door if you have expectations of getting that type of door. The bottom cross section of the door was made of several different porosity woods and really didn't stain well. my door looked nothing like the picture that represents it on the website. I did a light sanding and stained it. Then I spent over an hour sanding it with a power sander to remove all of the imperfections in the wood, then I re-stained it as dark as I could. The craftsmanship was marginal at best. I really wanted to return it but I had already stained it so I put a couple of days work into it to make it presentable. Won't be buying this type of product on line again. One of my worst buying decisions of my life.
by UnHappybuyer
2 people found this helpful
Very poor quality
One piece of the frame was cracked upon arrival, and appeared to have been made that way. The spline groove was not straight -- looked like someone freehanded the groove with a router. The joints were poorly made -- the whole door didn't look like it would last a year. Returned it immediately upon opening the package. No problems with Home Depot return desk.
by Dave
4 people found this helpful
I like the removable screen in it's own frame.
The door is a replacement for a previous door that was warped. Was able to install it easily and like the fact that the screen comes in it's own frame so is easy to remove for painting, replacement, etc. There were some gaps in the joints that caused me to lower the quality rating, and the price seems higher than I would expect.
by meegs
6 people found this helpful
very low quality, paint grade at best
Do not expect a nice door. Door is very low quality, with 16 "finger joints" on the frame, sap holes, ruff carpentry, punched through screw holes, and way too expensive. I can get a piece of junk at any low quality local local store.
by Bob69
5 people found this helpful
The door I received had minor problems
Screen had a small rip in it where it was attached by the bead. Door had a couple of indentations where it looked like it had been strapped together with other doors. I was able to fill these and sand them prior to painting the door but shouldn't have this problem with a almost $200 door.
by Robert
5 people found this helpful
very poor quality
I received 2 screen doors for a customer that were of the qaulity of $20.00 doors. Wood styles had rip marks from routering. Rails had places were the sap was coming out of the knots.Not stainable grade and not even paintable!!!!!!!!!The Pro desk, Brian, reordered from local builder home depot deals with and they were less expensive and top notch qaulity!!!! Thanks to Brian at the pro desk!!!!!!
by foot58
7 people found this helpful
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