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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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Secure your storm doors using flat-head screws, and then install the handles and closer-piston hardware.
Inside the 80,000 square-foot Rural Hall, NC, plant, the sheet used on the storm doors is cut to a precise size for each component by a Komo CNC router.
One can see Warhol breaking free from the dictatorship of painterliness in two works from 1960, both titled Storm Door (unfortunately, not in the Whitney venue but reproduced in the catalogue).
A You leave the main door open during the day to keep frost from forming on the new storm doors, but in doing so, you are exposing the glass to the warm, moist air of the living space.
Jen Mason got stuck between the front door and the storm doors of a flat she was trying to sneak out of doing the walk of shame, while poor Pamela Johnston was just eight when she got her head stuck in the turnstiles to get into the Co-op in Maryhill.
It may seem like a pain to haul them out of the attic or basement, but if you have storm doors and windows don't forget to install them.
I went home from that auction with 25 used double-track aluminum storm doors with screens and tempered glass.
Dallas-based installer Doug Thompson, for one, has installed 50 storm doors equipped with hurricane-rated glass in the urban and suburban homes of single mothers and elderly homeowners.
Modern storm doors are stronger, smoother and a heck of a lot more handsome than the doors we grew up with.
A wide range of fenestration products-windows, skylights, patio doors, entry systems and storm doors -- all under the well-known and respected Pella brand name.
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).
We bought 25 with money that we made when we scrapped old aluminum storm doors that we found in the chicken house.