Most door manufacturers sell pre-hung storm doors in kits, which include all the hardware you need to install the door. The kits come with pieces like hinges, pneumatic closers, latches, and more, giving you just what you need to install your storm door without needing more. Shop online and in-store for your next storm door, then either install it yourself or have us take care of the installation process.
Storm doors serve multiple purposes. They protect your regular entry door from weather damage, make your home more energy-efficient, provide extra security, and add a bit of subtle style.
From material to extra features, we've got what you're looking for both online and in-store. Find your door today.
Before you buy a storm door, check its components in the store. Open and close the door to make sure the hinges and latches operate smoothly. For long life, the components should be of the highest quality you can afford.
When choosing metal replacement screens, check with your dealer about the compatibility of the metal screens you want to buy with the metal of your door. In some cases, different metals in contact with each other will hasten corrosion.
Bronze screens are the most durable, but also the most expensive. Use a thin coat of varnish to protect the screen against corrosion. Renew the coating every few years by painting or spraying with thinned varnish.
A pneumatic closer not only prevents a door from opening too fast or too far, but also closes the door slowly and firmly. A sliding washer can hold the door open — a handy feature when you are carrying packages. Most doors have one pneumatic closer, but some have two for extra protection against high winds. You can add a second closer if necessary.