Can I repaint my storm door?

 Solution: 
To paint your storm door, please determine which type of storm door you have.

All Andersen® and Millenium® by Andersen Storm and Screen Doors may be painted, with the exception of:

Polypropylene Store-in-Door™ Traditional and Crossbuck model doors purchased after September 2002 cannot be painted.

EMCO® Wood Core Series doors cannot be painted.

Do all Andersen®, Millenium® by Andersen, and EMCO® All Seasons® Doors have reversible hinges?

 Solution: 
Yes, all doors have reversible hinges to match left-or right-hinged entry doors.

Aluminum doors and doors with mortised handlesets have pre-drilled holes for the handle. Simply rotate the door 180 degrees to place the handle on the desired side.

For doors that do not have pre-drilled handle holes, place hinge on desired opening side. Use instructions and templates provided with door to drill handle holes on the appropriate side of these doors.

Do I need a wind chain?

 Solution: 
No. Our testing indicates that if the wind is strong enough to pull the closers out of the storm door or doorjamb, the wind chain will almost certainly also fail, causing more damage to the storm door and doorjamb than if it were not present. Care should be taken when operating the door in windy conditions.

How do I adjust both closers to same tension?

 Solution: 
  1. Unhook top closer by removing pin that attaches it to the door bracket.

  2. Adjust bottom closer to desired speed.

  3. Reattach top closer.

  4. Unhook bottom closer by removing pin that attaches it to the door bracket.

  5. Adjust top closer to desired speed.

  6. Reattach bottom closer.

  7. Both closers should now be working in harmony at the desired speed.

How do I clean my brass and nickel handle set?

 Solution: 
  • The brass and nickel handle components are coated with a clear polyurethane finish, which protects the metal from tarnishing. In order to clean the handle, this coating will have to be removed.

  • Remove the handle set from the storm door. It is important that you do this prior to removing the polyurethane finish to avoid accidentally removing the paint from your storm door.

  • Remove the coating by cleaning with mineral spirits, paint thinner, lacquer thinner, varnish remover, or another stripping agent, and fine steel wool (such as #000, or “triple-ought”). Please note that you will want to use fine steel wool such as is used to strip furniture. Do not use a coarse steel wool such as you would use for scrubbing pots and pans.

  • Wash the components in a mild solution of soap and water, and allow it to dry thoroughly, then wipe it with a soft cloth to remove any residue.

  • Use a high-quality polish according to the manufacturer’s directions on that product.

  • Clear polyurethane finish may be reapplied to the clean surface to protect the finish. A spray finish is recommended to ensure an even coat. Several light coats are superior to one heavy coat. If you choose to not refinish the handles et, it will tarnish again and you will need to clean it on a regular basis. If the handle set is left unfinished, cleaning may be done in the future without removing it from the storm door.

  • Reinstall the handle set.

  • Keep all products containing chlorine or ammonia, such as bleach or many glass cleaners, away from components.

  • How do I clean the outside of my windows on my ventilating door?

     Solution: 
  • You will need to remove the window on your triple-track or self-storing model.
  •  

    How do I determine the size of a door needed?

     Solution: 
    Measure your door opening height (H) from the top of your doorway to the sill. Next, measure the width from brickmold to brickmold at the top (W1), center (W2), and bottom (W3) of your doorway.

    If the width measurements vary, use the smallest measurement for specifying your door size.

    How do I remove or install the windows in my fullview or decorative door with retainer strips?

     Solution: 
    Snap-Out Removal of Retainer Strips
    (Best/safest with a helper who can help hold/steady window.)

    You will need to follow these steps to:

  • Remove window for door installation(door comes from factory with retainer strips installed).
  • Remove window in the future to change to insect screen in warm weather (or to change back from insect screen to window).

    Because the door is a fullview door, the window should not have to be removed for cleaning.

    1. Remove Top Retainer Strip
    A. Starting at left end of retainer strip, place fingertips on the outer lip and pull downward (toward glass).

    B. Move from left to right, progressively removing entire strip.

    2. Remove Bottom Retainer Strip
    A. Use Step 1 procedure, but pull upward.

    3. Remove the Left — Then the Right — Side Retainer Strip
    A. Use Step 1 procedure, but pull inward.

    B. Lift window out. (Keep window vertical; never store or carry flat.)

    Important Note: When brand new - or during cold weather - retainer strips may be stiff, so handle them with care.
  •  
     Solution: 
    Snap-in Installation/Replacement of Retainer Strips
    (Best/safest with a helper who can help hold/steady window.)

    You will need to follow these steps to:

  • Secure window after door installation.
  • Secure window or insect screen in the future after changing from one to the other.

    1. Place Window
    Center window in bottom of door frame and carefully tilt it forward into frame. Make sure flat edge of window faces outward (away from your home).

    2. Install the Left — Then the Right — Side (Long) Retainer Strip

    IMPORTANT: Using the steps below, you should practice on the side of the door with a short (top or bottom) retainer strip, which is easier to handle, before installing the long (side) strip.

    Align the retainer strip using these three checkpoints:

    1. Place Leg A on the glass, parallel/flush with the grey window frame, but NOT resting on top of the frame.

    2. Place Leg B in the channel at the corner of the door frame, NOT in the space between the door frame and the window frame.

    3. Make sure Leg C is flush with the small lip on the door frame.

    To snap in, start on the top of the strip and work downward gradually, using this method:

    1. Use one hand to hold the strip in place, and...

    2. Use the other hand's thumb to press straight in on strip's outer lip (pressing at 90° angle to door). Strip should easily snap in place.

    Repeat for right side retainer strip.


    3. Install the Top — Then the Bottom — (Short) Retainer Strip
    Repeat same technique used on the side (long) strips.


    IMPORTANT NOTE: When brand new - or during cold weather - retainer strips may be stiff, so handle them with care.
  • How do I remove or install the windows in my self-storing storm door?

     Solution: 
    Replacement/Reinstallation of Upper Window
    (Best/safest with a helper who can help hold/steady window.)

    1. Place Window
    A. Turn window with flat side facing window frame.

    B. While pulling inward on latch handles, lift window high enough so bottom of window frame can be centered/lowered into channels in sides of bottom of door frame.


    2. Reinstall the Left — Then the Right — Side Retainer Strip
    A. Lower bottom of side retainer into place so its U-shape channel fits around the top of the bottom window frame.

    B. Align the retainer strip by inserting the tip of its curvy leg in the channel between the upper window and the door frame.

    C. Make sure inner lip is flush with the door frame.

    D. To snap in, start on the top of the strip and work downward gradually, using this method:

  • Use one hand to hold the strip in place, and...
  • Use the other hand's thumb to press straight in on strip's outer lip (pressing at 90° angle to door). Strip should easily snap in place.


  • 3. Reinstall the Top Retainer Strip

    A. Place fork tip of top retainer strip in channel directly above window frame.

    B. To snap in, start on the left end of the strip and work progressively to the right, using this method:

  • Use on hand to hold the strip in place, and...
  • Use the other hand's thumb to press straight in on strip's outer lip (pressing at 90° angle to door). Strip should easily snap in place.

  • IMPORTANT NOTE: When brand new - or during cold weather - retainer strips may be stiff, so handle them with care.
     
     Solution: 
    Removal of Upper Window for Cleaning
    (Best/safest with a helper who can help hold/steady window.)

    1. Remove Top Retainer Strip

    A. Starting at left end of retainer strip, place fingertips on the outer lip and pull downward (toward glass).
    B. Move from left to right, progrssively, removing entire strip.

    2. Remove the Left — Then the Right — Side Retainer Strip

    A. Use Step 1 procedure, but pull inward.

    3. Remove Window

    A. Release latches by pulling latch handles inward toward center of door.
    B. Tip window toward you. Hold window frame and pull it out (with helper as it tips. (Store window vertically; never store or carry flat.)

    IMPORTANT NOTE: When brand new - or during cold weather - retainer strips may be stiff, so handle them with care.

    How do I remove or install the windows in my storm door with perimeter locks?

     Solution: 
    Loosening of Perimeter Locks
    (Best/safest with a helper who can help hold/steady window)

    You will need to follow these steps to:

  • Remove window for door installation (door comes from factory with perimeter locks installed)
  • Remove window in the future to change to insect screen in warm weather (or to change back from inset screen to window).

    Because the door is a fullview door, the window should not have to be removed for cleaning.

    Remove Perimeter Locks One at a Time
    1. Using your hand (no tools required), turn solid-brass thumb screw to the left (counter clockwise) until window latches can be turned to a vertical position. (Screw only has to be loosened, not removed.)

    2. After all locks are loosened, carefully tilt window or insect screen away from the top of the door, supporting it as it tips. Keep window in a vertical position; never store or carry the window flat.

    Tightening of Perimeter Locks
    (Best/safest with a helper who can help hold/steady window.)

    You will need to follow these steps to:

  • Secure window after door installation.
  • Secure window or insect screen in the future after changing from one to another.

    1. Make sure perimeter locks are loosened and latches are in vertical position.

    2. With decorative side of window facing to the outside (away from your home), place window in door frame. Have helper support window.

    3. One at a time, move latches to horizontal position.

    4. Using your hand (no tools should be required), turn solid-brass thumb screw to the right (clockwise) until window latches are secured.

  • How do I remove or install the windows in my storm door with retainer strips?

     
     Solution: 
    Loosening of Perimeter Locks
    (Best/safest with a helper who can help hold/steady window)

    You will need to follow these steps to:

  • Remove window for door installation (door comes from factory with perimeter locks installed)
  • Remove window in the future to change to insect screen in warm weather (or to change back from inset screen to window).

    Because the door is a fullview door, the window should not have to be removed for cleaning.

    Remove Perimeter Locks One at a Time
    1. Using your hand (no tools required), turn solid-brass thumb screw to the left (counter clockwise) until window latches can be turned to a vertical position. (Screw only has to be loosened, not removed.)

    2. After all locks are loosened, carefully tilt window or insect screen away from the top of the door, supporting it as it tips. Keep window in a vertical position; never store or carry the window flat.

    Tightening of Perimeter Locks
    (Best/safest with a helper who can help hold/steady window.)

    You will need to follow these steps to:

  • Secure window after door installation.
  • Secure window or insect screen in the future after changing from one to another.

    1. Make sure perimeter locks are loosened and latches are in vertical position.

    2. With decorative side of window facing to the outside (away from your home), place window in door frame. Have helper support window.

    3. One at a time, move latches to horizontal position.

    4. Using your hand (no tools should be required), turn solid-brass thumb screw to the right (clockwise) until window latches are secured.

  • How do I remove or install the windows in my triple-track storm door?

     
     Solution: 
    Installation/Replacement of Windows
    (Best/safest with a helper who can help hold/steady window.)

    You will need to follow these steps to:
  • Reinstall window after door installation.
  • Reinstall window after removing windows for cleaning.

    1. Install Insect Screen (in window track closest to outside).

    A. With the spline holding the screen in facing towards you, place the insect screen into the opening farthest from you — closest to the outside of the home — by depressing the spring-loaded track.

    2. Install Top (Taller) Window (in middle window track).

    A. Position right edge of window frame in right-side middle window track. Maintain pressure to keep window frame and latch edge in the window track.

    B. Using one hand, depress left-side spring-loaded track. Using other hand, place upper left corner of window frame in track.

    C. Retract left latch to allow left side of window to pop into left-side track as you push it into place. To help avoid pinching fingers, always be caredful to keep fingers sufficiently away from window frame edge and window track.

    D. Move window to bottom position.


    3. Install Bottom (Shorter) Window (in window track closest to you/toward the inside of your home).

    A. Position right edge of window frame in right-side inner window track. Maintain pressure to keep window frame and latch edge in the window track.

    B. Using one hand, depress left-side spring-loaded track. Using other hand, place upper left corner of window frame in track.

    C. Retract left latch to allow left side of window to pop into left-side track as you push it into place.

    D. Move shorter window to the top position at this time.

    E. Move taller window (middle track) to its top position.

    F. Move shorter window to bottom position.

    The shorter window should be on the inside track (closest to you) in the bottom position, and the taller window in the middle track, in the top position, to keep the elements out.

  •  
     Solution: 
    Removal of Windows
    Removal of insect screen is not recommended except for repair or replacement of the insect screen.

    These instructions are for a left-hinged door (as seen from the outside). If your door is hinged on the right, adjust directions accordingly.

    (Best/safest with a helper who can help hold/steady window.)

    You will need to follow these steps to:
  • Remove window for door installation (door comes from factory with windows installed).
  • Remove window(s) for future cleaning.

    1. Remove Bottom Window

    A. Slide glass panel (up or down) to middle of window by pulling latch handles inward (toward each other) to release latches.

    B. Let go of latch handles (letting them return to original position).

    C. Using hand, depress grey spring-loaded window track (by pushing outward toward outer edge of frame).

    D. Pull upper left hand corner of the window frame toward you to release it from the window track.

    E. Slide left latch inward (toward middle of door).

    F. Support window firmly at top and bottom (See image for reference points). Remove window by rotating it counterclockwise.
  •  
     

    How do I remove or install the windows in my wood core storm door?

     
     Solution: 
    Removal of Windows
    (Best/safest with a helper who can help hold/steady window.)

    You will need to follow these steps to:
  • Remove window for door installation (door comes from factory with windows installed).
  • Remove window(s) in the future for cleaning.

    For self-storing models, follow steps 1A-1C for the removal of the windows and insect screens. For triple-track models, follow steps 1A, 1B, and 1D for the removal of windows and insect screen.

    1. Removal of Windows
    A. Pull the window latches on the bottom window toward each other. Lift the lower portion of the window toward you and rotate the window counterclockwise to allow the pins at the top of the window to clear the track.

    B. Remove the screen by lifting up on the top window, which is resting on the top of the screen, and by pulling the top of the screen toward you. Rotate the screen to remove it.

    C. Pull the window latches on the top window toward each other. Slide the window down towatd each other. Slide the window down to the bottom of its track and remove it in the same fashion as the bottom window.

    D. Remove the screen by pulling inwards the pins of the screen, and by pulling as it passes the lip around the window opening. Rotate the screen to remove it.


    2. Reinstallation of Screen(s)/Windows
    A. Angle screen or window and insert bottom pins into outer track, the one closest to the outside.

    B. Push screen or window to bottom of window opening and rotate it in towards the door.
  • How do I repaint my aluminum storm door?

     
     Solution: 
    1. Lightly sand the door with a 300- to 500-grit wet/dry sandpaper, just enough to roughen the surface. Do not sand to bare metal.

    2. Clean the door with a mild solution of soap and water. Rinse and let dry thoroughly. Wipe the storm door with a clean, dry, soft cloth to remove any dust or residue.

    3. Use a spray paint, or spray automotive paint.

    4. Apply paint in multiple light coats, making certain to allow each coat to dry thoroughly before applying the next.

    5. Some automotive body shops will also custom paint aluminum storm and screen doors. Please check your local listings to locate one in your area.


     
     

    How do I repaint my storm door?

     
     Solution: 
    To paint your storm door, please determine which type of storm door you have.

    All Andersen® and Millenium® by Andersen Storm and Screen Doors may be painted, with the exception of:

    Polypropylene Store-in-Door™ Traditional and Crossbuck model doors purchased after September 2002 cannot be painted.

    EMCO® Wood Core Series doors cannot be painted.

    What can I use to clean my glass?

     
     Solution: 
    — You may use either glass cleaner or a mixture of vinegar and water (1 part vinegar to 5 parts water) to clean your windows, along with a soft cloth, paper towels, or newspaper.

    — Please note that you should never use an ammonia-based window cleaner on a window with decorative brass or nickel caming. This will cause both the brass or nickel and the adhesive holding the brass or nickel onto the window to deteriorate.

    What parts are supposed to be included with my storm door?

     
     Solution: 

    Where can I get additional assistance?

     Solution: 
    Call our Solution Center Hotline at:

    (800) 933-3626

    Monday through Friday 7:00AM - 7:00PM Central
    Saturday and Sunday 8:00AM - 5:00PM Central

    Please have your serial number ready for prompt assistance.

    Where do I find my serial number?

     Solution: 
    Locate the instruction guide provided with the door.

    Locate the serial number on the hinge-side of the door.

  • Every storm door has a silver tag on the hinge edge of the storm door, which contains the door's unique serial number.
  • If your storm door has a single, continuous piano hinge, this tag will be located on the part of the hinge that is attached to the storm door, at either the top or the bottom of the hinge.
  • If your storm door has four individual hinges, this tag will be located near the top or bottom hinge, on the part that is attached to the house.
  • Why did the closer pull out of my storm door?  

     Probable Cause: 
    The wind, or another outside force, caught your storm door and forced it open.
     Solution: 
    This could have been due to the storm door not being latched or secured and is incidental or consequential damage, which is not covered by the limited warranty. You should turn this in to your homeowner's insurance.

    Why do I have to shim out my striker so far? 

     Probable Cause: 
    The door opening is too large for the storm door being installed into it.
     Solution: 
    As an example, you may have purchased a 36” storm door to place into a 38” opening, and had to shim both sides by 1”. To resolve this issue, you would either need to rebuild the door jamb, or purchase an appropriately sized storm door.
     
     Probable Cause: 
    The storm door is not centered properly in the opening.
     Solution: 
    As an example, you may have purchased a 36” storm door to place into a 36-1/2” opening. In order to make this fit, you may have shimmed the latch-side z-bar by 1/2”. To resolve this issue, you would need to remove the storm door and reinstall it, shimming equally on both sides.
     
     Probable Cause: 
    The storm door was mis-drilled for the handle set, and the handle is too far from the edge of the storm door. Refer to handle templates provided with storm door.
     Solution: 
    You will need to shim the striker to match up with the deadbolt.

    Why does my inside handle pull apart?

     Probable Cause: 
    The set screw that holds the interior handle to the latch-spindle was not fully tightened.
     Solution: 
  • To resolve this issue, you will need to tighten the set screw with the hex wrench that came with your handle set.
  • If you no longer have this hex wrench, you may use a 3/32” hex wrench to tighten the set screw.
  • If this does not work, please contact the Solutions Center Hotline at (800) 933-3626 for assistance.
  • Why does my self-storing window leak?

     
     Probable Cause: 
    It's possible that the center mullion seal was either not installed correctly, or was not installed at all.
     Solution: 
    If the center mullion seal was not installed, you will need to follow the instructions in the guide provided with your door.

    If the center mullion seal was installed incorrectly, you will need to remove the ventilating top window and insect screen. Then you will need to reinstall the center mullion seal following the instructions in the guide provided with your door.

    If you no longer have the mullion or installation instruction, please locate your storm door's serial number and call our Solutions Center Hotline at (800) 933-3626.

    Why does my storm door close too fast or slow?  

     Probable Cause: 
    Your storm door closer is improperly adjusted.
     Solution: 
    1. Locate adjustment screw on the end of closer that attaches to the door.

    2. Open door, then let it close to note current closing speed.

    3. Use Phillips-head screwdriver to adjust closer to desired speed.

    A. For faster closing speed, turn adjustment screw to the left (1/4 turn counterclockwise).

    B. For slower closing speed, turn adjustment screw to the right (1/4 turn clockwise).

    C. Test door (open it, then let it close) after each 1/4 turn of the screw, and adjust screw further if needed until desired speed is achieved.

    4. If the closer doesn't have enough power after completing steps 1-3, it could be from improper pre-set of the closer. To help this condition, re-attach to the inner hole of the closer.

    Why does my storm door's handle lift up instead of push down?  

     Probable Cause: 
    Your handle set has been installed upside-down.
     Solution: 
    Remove the handle set from the door and reinstall it.

    1. Remove the trim plates and key cylinder from the handle set.

      A. Loosen the set screw on handle with a hex wrench.

      B. Pull handle apart. Remove the screws, which connect the inner and outer trim plates from the door.

      C. Next, remove the screw from the edge of the door, which holds the key cylinder in place.

      D. Finally, remove the key cylinder from the storm door.


    2. Remove the screws on the edge of the storm door, which hold the lock case in place, and remove the lock case from the storm door.

    3. Remove the screws, which fasten the brass faceplate on to the lock case, and remove the brass faceplate.

    4. Rotate the latchbolt 180 degrees.

    5. To reinstall the handle set, follow steps 1 through 3 in reverse order, making certain to reinstall the lockcase with the handle on top and the key cylinder on the bottom.


    Why does my window leak?  

     Probable Cause: 
    The insect screen is in the upper position.
     Solution: 
  • Placing the insect screen in the upper position will cause this window to leak slightly.

  • To fix this issue, remove the windows and insect screen and reinstall them, being certain to place the insect screen on the bottom.

  • Why does the handle or deadbolt interfere with the handle of my entry door? 

     Solution: 
    If your storm door did not come predrilled and you have not yet drilled the holes for your handle, you may adjust the position of the handle set either up or down.

    This will allow you to install the handle in a position where there will be no interference.

    You may install the door so that it is hinged on the opposite side from your entry door. For example: If, looking at your storm door from the outside, your entry door is hinged on the right, hang your storm door so that it is hinged on the left.

    Please check local building and fire codes before doing this, as this may be prohibited in your area.

    If the frame pieces have already been cut or you have already driled the holes for the handle and deadbolt, please contact our Solutions Center Hotline at (800) 933-3626.

    Why does the handle or deadbolt of my storm door interfere with the handle of my entry door? 

     Solution: 
    If your storm door did not come predrilled and you have not yet drilled the holes for your handle, you may adjust the position of the handle set either up or down.

    This will allow you to install the handle in a position where there will be no interference.

    You may install the door so that it is hinged on the opposite side from your entry door. For example: If, looking at your storm door from the outside, your entry door is hinged on the right, hang your storm door so that it is hinged on the left.

    Please check local building and fire codes before doing this, as this may be prohibited in your area.

    If the frame pieces have already been cut or you have already driled the holes for the handle and deadbolt, please contact our Solutions Center Hotline at (800) 933-3626.

    Why doesn't my storm door close all the way?   

     Probable Cause: 
    The tension was not set properly on the closers prior to installing them.
     Solution: 
    1. Place hold-open washer on closer rod.
    2. Attach closer to jamb bracket with short pin.
    3. With closer attached, extend closer rod approximately 1/4 inch (0.6 cm) and hold it in place with hold-open washer.
    Extending the closer is necessary to ensure proper storm door function.

    Why doesn't the handle set in my storm door line up with the holes in my door frame?  

     Probable Cause: 
    Your latch-side z-bar was cut incorrectly during installation.
     Solution: 
    1. This is covered by the ”Oops-Proof” Installation Limited Warranty.
    2. Please locate your storm door's serial number on hinge side of door.
    3. Call our Solutions Center Hotline at (800) 933-3626.

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