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Old 03-28-2016, 09:27 PM   #21
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that was what I was looking for. Thanks so much.

Home Depot has those for WAYYYYYYYYYY cheaper........... I have on on my doors currently.
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No it is a security door with removable security glass, it has a screen that you could put up during nice weather though...
Here is the exact model we got...
http://www.menards.com/main/doors-wi...74196142339189
Thanks so much. I think we will go with this door. So appreciate the help.
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Just be aware that menards has awful customer support. If you can find a comparable door at your local lowes or home depot I strongly suggest not buying from menards...
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I was reading another post a while back about another member using a door from Menard's and it came apart on him. I think he took it back and went a different route, but can't remember. I'll see if I can find it.
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That was me. I had to warranty the door, the first one had shoddy welds that would leak water into the frame and then it froze and expanded splitting the metal. That's why I would recommend going to home depot or lowes... The new door, so far, has held up fine to moisture and freezing...
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