a storm door provides.
They also offer an additional level of security between you and whoever is on the other side of your front door.
How to Measure for Storm Doors
Open your front door. Measure the width of the door from inside edge to inside edge of the exterior trim, in 3 places to the nearest 1/8”.
- A-at the top
- B-at the middle
- C-at the bottom
Use the smallest horizontal measurement.
Measure the height “D” from the top to the threshold, in 3 places: Left, Middle, and Right.
Use the smallest vertical measurement.
All Storm Doors mount to the exterior trim which must be wood. For proper installation of the storm door frame, the flat surface area needs to be at least 1” and the depth 1” as well.
STYLES: Choice Descriptions
The innovative new Rolscreen® retractable insect screen featured on many Pella® storm doors offers the ultimate in style and convenience. Gently pull the Rolscreen down to invite the fresh air in, then lift it up, and it glides out of sight. Best of all, there’s no need to bother changing your screens to glass as the seasons change!
LEFT: Adjustable glass panels reveal an instant Ventilation-Screen which stays in the door year round to catch the breeze, or covered to watch the rain fall.
RIGHT: Full-View storm doors provide clear views to enjoy. They are available in a variety of finishes, frame colors, glass options and hardware styles.