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SimpleSwitch Storm
and Screen Door

The exceptional design of our custom Simpleswitch storm door makes it a striking addition to any entrance. With effortless transitions between its wood-framed screen insert and a wood-framed storm insert, it offers unparalleled convenience. Whether accentuating the character of a historic home, upgrading an existing entryway, or adding sophistication to a new house, the SimpleSwitch seamlessly complements any architectural style. Our craftsmen create each SimpleSwitch door with precision and care, utilizing solid wood construction without finger joints to ensure durability against the elements. Experience the epitome of quality and versatility with our custom-fit storm and screen door solutions.

  • Available in half, 2/3, and full-light panels
  • Equipped with SimpleSwitch closures to secure insert in the door
  • Constructed of clear Pine without finger joints
  • Features a standard wood-framed charcoal aluminum insect screen
  • Versatile for use as panels in screen rooms
  • Note: Hardware and machining for hardware are not included
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Traditional Storm Door

A noteworthy shield for your entryway, a Traditional storm door offers unparalleled protection. Crafted from solid wood and durable tempered glass, it can be customized to evoke either a historical or contemporary aesthetic. Whether mirroring your entry door’s design or enhancing your entryway’s charm, our solid wood Traditional storm door is guaranteed to enhance your home’s value.

  • Constructed of clear Pine without finger joints
  • Available in three styles: half lite, 2/3 lite, and full lite
  • Doors come with 1/8″ thick clear tempered glass
  • Divided lites are available for an additional cost

Traditional Screen Door

Elevate both the charm and security of your home with a Traditional screen door from www.adamsarch.com. Crafted entirely from premium-quality wood, this door seamlessly combines durability with aesthetic allure. Its versatile design spans from timeless to modern styles, allowing it to complement or contrast strikingly with your main entry door. The solid wooden structure of the Traditional screen door not only fortifies your home’s security but also enhances its curb appeal, rendering it a valuable asset to your residence.

  • Constructed of clear Pine without finger joints
  • Screen comes with a crossbar for added strength
  • Super Screen offers excellent outward visibility with 17 x 14 black mesh
Transitions Storm and
Screen Door

For those seeking a versatile combination storm door and screen door solution, look no further than the Transitions Storm and Screen Door. Designed to meet your requirements seamlessly, it offers both a glass storm panel and a fiberglass screen panel to fit the opening. With the convenience of storing the unused insert, switching between panels. The Traditions Storm and Screen door features panel clips that securely hold the insert in place while being easy to switch. Available in either white or bronze (brown) aluminum framing, the insert frame is equipped with weatherstripping to effectively block drafts, ensuring optimal comfort year-round.

  • Constructed of clear Pine without finger joints
  • Each door comes with one aluminum-framed screen insert and one aluminum-framed tempered glass storm insert
  • Inserts are interchangeable using panel clips that securely hold them in place
Self-Storing Storm Door

Introducing our innovative Self-Storing Screen Door, a harmonious blend of functionality and elegance. These doors seamlessly marry classic charm with modern convenience, tailored to suit the unique character of each home or business. Meticulously crafted, our Self-Storing Screen Doors feature a distinctive design that enables easy storage when not in use, preserving aesthetic appeal while prioritizing practicality. Suited for any architectural style–whether contemporary or historic–these doors elevate both the functionality and beauty of your entrance. Explore our range of styles and delve into the customization options available through our digital brochure, providing a comprehensive glimpse into the versatility and craftsmanship inherent in our collection.

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Custom Storm and
Screen Door

Adams Architectural Millwork excels in crafting bespoke wood entry doors that leave a lasting impression. Tailored to reflect the distinctive style of homeowners, businesses, or congregations, our doors are meticulously crafted using traditional techniques. By seamlessly blending timeless elegance with modern security features, our doors enhance curb appeal and offer cutting-edge protection.

Prior to fabrication, we provide detailed CAD drawings for approval, ensuring meticulous precision in every design. Whether destined for a contemporary environment or historic renovation, our doors effortlessly meet a diverse array of needs. Reach out to us to start working with us on a custom door design today!

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How to Measure for a Wood Storm Door

Accurate measurements are key to make sure your door installation goes smoothly. We fabricate all of our doors full and square, so if you have an older home, you may need to trim some if the house has settled and your door frame is not exactly square. Don’t worry though, all our doors are built to allow for some trimming!

Learning door terminology is beneficial, so the first thing we will go through are the areas on a door that you need to understand in order to measure accurately.

Brickmould (also known as, Trim) or Brick mold: It covers the gap between the window or door frame and the exterior part of the brick or siding on the house. These are usually decorative pieces of wood that border the door on the face of the house. It is mostly aesthetic, but it does provide the space to mount a storm door. Typically, it is 1-1/8” thick and can be made from many materials, including wood, aluminum, PVC, or other composite materials.

Jamb: An upright piece forming the door opening. Can be broken down into Side Jambs, or the vertical pieces, and the Head Jamb, which is the horizontal piece above the door. Both side jambs and head jamb combine to form the Door Frame.

Sill: Only found on exterior doors, this is the bottom component of a door frame. The sill is sealed and fastened to the floor.

Threshold: This is a protective “cap” that covers the sill. Typically, it is sloped toward the exterior in order to move water away from the bottom of the door. These are usually made of metal to withstand foot traffic.

Door Sweep: A piece of weather-stripping installed directly on the bottom of the door. It provides a weather-resistant barrier between the door and the sill.

How to Measure for a Storm Door Diagram

Click the button below for a nice, easy-to-follow diagram on measuring correctly for your new storm door.

For additional information on the parts of a door, see our Anatomy (Vocabulary) of a Storm Door.

In order to get the most accurate measurements for ordering a storm door, you want to take several measurements. This will ensure that you know beforehand if you will need to do any trimming, as well.

First, you will measure the width from inside brickmould to inside brickmould. It is best to measure in three places, near the top, at the middle, and near the bottom.

Second, the height will be measured in two places. This should be from the inside of the head jamb to the sill. You will want to measure both the left and right sides, a little way in from the trim.

How to Measure Width and Height for a Storm Door Diagram

Once you have recorded all your measurements, you will want to use the largest measurement as your Actual Width and Actual Height. You can always trim the door down, but you cannot add it on!

PLEASE NOTE: We fabricate to your exact dimensions. We do NOT make any deductions to the measurements that you provide.

As a precautionary step, it is always a good idea to measure the thickness of your brickmould to ensure that our 1-1/8” thick door will fit. We can adjust the thickness of the door if needed, but those circumstances would need to be quoted.

The last part is something that is a little more dependent upon your installation method or a contractor if you will not be installing. That piece is reduction for fit. You need to allow for hinges and operation, so the Actual Width and Actual Height will need to be reduced slightly. Standardly, reduction is 1/8” on each side, so ¼” from the Actual Width and ¼” from the Actual Height to get your Order Width and Order Height. (Please consult with your contractor—if applicable—unless they are measuring and providing you with the Order Width and Order Height. It is always best to let them know that we DO NOT take any deductions and make the door full and square to the provided dimensions.)

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