storm door


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storm door

Auxiliary door installed in the same frame, as an entrance door to a house. See also: Dutch door

storm door, weather door

An auxiliary door installed exterior to, and in the same doorframe as, an entrance door to a house, to provide added protection against cold and air infiltration; frequently includes glass paneling.
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Next, find a separate, flat space to build the 2-by-4 side walls as shown in the illustration on Page 47, spacing the studs to accommodate the size of your storm doors.
Most of the sheet DAC Products specifies for storm door surfacing is white, with a Naugahyde-like exterior texture and a smooth second side.
None of these subjects carry anything like the moral weight of Warhol's abundantly stocked icebox or his storm doors.
If you don't have them, it might be worth getting an estimate, because the simple act of installing a storm door can decrease energy loss through the opening by 45%.
Framing is the same on this end except leave an opening for the storm door instead of window.
Soon after, the Schmidt started making wood combination doors, which are storm doors with interchangeable glass and screen inserts (as opposed to taking a screen door off its hinges in the fall and replacing it with a storm door).
Add extra light and bring the outdoors in by adding a ventilating storm door to see all the beautiful fall colors and enjoy the cooler temperatures.
Bill is working on projects to reduce his heating bills, including installing a new sliding patio door, storm door and windows.
In broad daylight they'd broken open the storm door to the block.
The entrance hall between the storm door and inside door is so large it has its own fireplace.
remove, provide and install new white storm door on rear porch.
The solution is to use the storm door as a storm door only in the winter and keep the main door closed except for passage.