Protect your exterior door from bad weather while allowing ventilation
With built-in screens you can roll up or down, the storm doors allow to switch seamlessly between more protection and more air flow. In addition, storm doors protect the main door against damage from elements or accidents.
All Windowsville Windows & Doors storm doors are made of sturdy aluminum to withstand harsh Canadian weather and come in a variety of colours, glass designs and locking systems, making our products perfect for much-needed door replacements.
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Create your own unique style with rich, state-of-the-art, high-performance finishes and colourful paints. Find the door surface that coordinates best with your home, from modern to traditional styles, nationwide. Our curated finish collection will allow you to coordinate the colour of your door with other exterior finishes, including siding, roofing, stone and shingles.
Choose from a variety of colours to coordinate perfectly. From crisp white to stylish black, our curated palette of high-appeal paints will guarantee stunning appearance season after season.
** The options above are a small sample of colours and finishes available from Windowsville. Due to wide range monitor rendering discrepancies, it is best to contact us and get help from our qualified consultants at no cost or obligation. **
Handle & Lock Options
Storm doors serve multiple purposes. They provide added flexibility and protection for exterior doors. By allowing extra light and increased ventilation, they create a barrier against bugs entering your living space. Unlike a solid entry door, a storm door also offers the option to monitor children playing outside or to let in more sunlight. Additionally, storm doors act as a shield for your entry door against the elements such as rain, ice, or snow. When installed correctly, a storm door enhances insulation, creating a pocket that retains warm air and keeps cold air out.
Both storm and screen doors serve as supplementary layers to your primary entry door. The key distinction lies in their protective capabilities. A standard screen door lacks a frame, offering no defence against rain or snow, but it allows fresh air to circulate indoors.
Storm doors, on the other hand, feature frames that furnish an extra shield against the elements. They are equipped with screens or glass panels, enabling you to keep your main door shut while still enjoying ventilation. Storm doors are generally sturdier than screen doors and can enhance your home's aesthetic appeal.
Storm doors are mounted on the outside, or in front of, an exterior door. They are typically seen on front entry doors but can be installed on all access doors depending on their intended purpose.
Generally, they are seen on single doors, but there are also options for french door style storm doors as well.
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