Superior Products Corp® Nantucket 36in Wood Screen Door (3952NA3068)
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- 36" x 80"
- 3-1/4 wood frame with five 1- 1/8 vertical support bars
- All joints sealed with water resistant adhesive and spiral dowels for added strength
- Screen cloth easily replaced when damaged
- Hardware sold separately
- Poly shrink wrapped door with top and bottom I.D. protective sleeves
- Each door individually enclosed in cardboard
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Comments about Superior Products Corp® Nantucket 36in Wood Screen Door (3952NA3068):
For the price, this is a good door. It has a little more thickness and solid feeling than the cheapest, thinnest wood screen doors. Aesthetically, I think it is a nice design. The wood is mostly finger jointed together, which is fine for a screen door. Some of the millwork is a little sloppier than I might like, but given the price, I can live with it.
We had to rip the door down about an inch on both sides, so while we may have compromised the structure slightly, I suspect even those who do not will need a turnbuckle screen door brace to keep the door closing tightely. We also put a tension arm closer on the door, which if you mount it in the middle, must be mounted through the screen, which runs the full length of the door, and is fully accessible from the interior side (and therefore removable and replacable). Because the entire inside of the door is screen, I would suggest fabricating a panel to put over the midportion of the door on the interior, so you aren't pushing or rubbing the screen to open the door. We put the tension arm opener in the middle as the only other good option was mounting one at the top and one at the bottom - to avoid racking. You could just use a spring, but then the door will slam shut, potentially shorting the life of the door. Other obvious items you will need are a door handle and hinges.
I still have to stain the door and if the wood doesn't stain well, I suppose I will switch to paint.
Just installing the door, I can't say much about its durability, but I am pleasantly surprised with its appearance and comfortable with the quality of the door.