A storm door can protect your exterior door from the elements, improve energy efficiency, and help your home stand out from the crowd. Whether you’re a homeowner who’s looking to add some panache to the exterior of your home or a contractor who needs a storm door for your next project, our team of experienced professionals at Jaeger Lumber can help. We offer Andersen and Larson storm doors in a wide range of styles and colors.

What to Know About Storm Doors

When it comes to selecting a storm door, there are hundreds of designs and colors from which to choose. The type that works best for you will depend on your specific needs and the style and size of your home.

A contractor installs storm doors.

The two standard sizes of storm doors are 32 inches (usually for back doors) and 36 inches (for front entry doors). If you need a door in a different size, it’s no problem – we’re happy to special order it for you. Unlike big box stores, Jaeger Lumber is a mid-sized company that provides personalized service so you can rest assured you won’t get lost in the shuffle.

Screens and glass panels come in a variety of combinations, and many feature removable panels that can be changed depending on the season. Most manufacturers offer pre-hung door kits for easy installation, which can be slightly adjusted to sit on top of a door frame.

Storm Door Styles

Full-view storm doors have a top-to-bottom pane of glass, offer maximum light and view, and are a great way to show off a beautiful front door while also protecting it. Panel doors offer a more classic look with half or three-quarter views over a solid lower panel. From basic white or black to taupe, cranberry, brown, and green, they are available in a variety of colors.

If you’re looking for a storm door that provides more security, Andersen offers doors with protective grills, laminated security glass, and multipoint locking systems that secure the door jamb and the top and bottom of the storm door frame.  You can even find storm doors with a built-in pet door so your furry friends can come and go as they please.

Materials for Storm Doors

Most manufacturers use aluminum for storm doors because it’s light, strong, weather-resistant, and easy to install. Typically, storm doors feature aluminum on the front and back layers with foam insulation in the center. Screen doors and storm doors also have a sweep at the bottom, which is designed to keep dirt, moisture, and air from entering your home.

Glass Panels

Because they get a lot of use (and sometimes abuse), storm doors are equipped with tempered glass, which resists breaking and shattering. Much like replacement windows, they are available with Low-E high-performance glass that provides better insulation and energy efficiency. If your door is in an area that gets a lot of direct sunlight, UV-resistant glass can help reduce fading of your entry door.

Storm Door Installation

A division of Jaeger Lumber based out of our Union, New Jersey location, Jaeger Home Concepts offers installation of doors, windows, custom cabinetry, and more. Our knowledgeable and professional team has decades of experience working with homeowners, architects, builders, and contractors to help them measure, verify, install, and warranty the installation of a variety of products. Please stop by or contact Bruce DeCesare for more information about installation services.

Contact Us to Learn More About Storm Doors

At Jaeger Lumber, we’re dedicated to helping you find the building materials you need to complete your next project. Since 1937, we’ve provided homeowners and contractors with quality materials and customer service you can count on. To learn more about storm doors, exterior doors, and the other building materials and products we offer, contact us today. We’re ready to serve you at any of our eight convenient locations throughout New Jersey.

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