Aluminum Storm Doors
A quality storm door is designed and built to provide ventilation in warm weather (with the screen) andinsulation in cold weather (with the glass).
It also protects the interior door by providing a barrier against the elements. A storm door creates a “dead air space” between the storm door and the entry door that helps to insulate the home. Some storm door designs are naturally more airtight than others, but on the whole, storm doors are not built to be completely air or water-tight. Water infiltration is a natural result when the screen is in use.
- Welded Corners
Welded corners will never sag or separate like screwed-together corners.
- Powder Coated Finish
Our baked-on finish is durable, easy to maintain, and available in 13 colors.
- Four Interlocking Hinges
The recessed hinges interlock with the edge of the door, providing superior performance.
- Four Self-Lubricating Bearings Per Hinge
Reduces wear and provides smoother operation throughout the life of the door.
- 11/4″ Thick Frame
Rigid, .062″ heavy gauge aluminum is superior to wood-core construction storm doors which can separate and warp over time.
- Heavy Duty Closer
One heavy duty hydraulic closer provides smoother operation than two air closers, allowing for a safety spring to protect the door and closer from wind damage.
- Choice Of Hardware
We offer a variety of handle styles and finishes to fit any home design. Interior hardware is available in black or white.
- Tempered Glass
Every Trapp® Storm Door is built with tempered safety glass, including all custom sizes.
- Pile Sweep
More durable than traditional vinyl sweeps. Our pile sweep is flexible regardless of weather and won’t get brittle and tear like vinyl.
Protector Window & Door Inc. is state licensed, fully insured and bonded. Contact us today for a free in-home estimate.