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Old 09-14-2016, 12:56 PM   #1
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Inside storm / screen door...replacement?

Our 2012 378 Georgetown needs a new and much improved storm/ screen door.

Would like all clear and solid plexiglass glass or whatever...so door can be left open for additional light.

Need your suggestions...thanks


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we added tinted plexiglass to ours and made the screen door stiffer and can leave the main door open and not worry about anything. I had a glass shop do this for me and the cost was approx. $125.00 they cut and installed. The way ours is you can not use the screen no more but we did not worry about that. Its solid and I will upload picture from the outside and then the inside. Waiting for them to sync. Hope they will help.
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we added tinted plexiglass to ours and made the screen door stiffer and can leave the main door open and not worry about anything. I had a glass shop do this for me and the cost was approx. $125.00 they cut and installed. The way ours is you can not use the screen no more but we did not worry about that. Its solid and I will upload picture from the outside and then the inside. Waiting for them to sync. Hope they will help.

I like that idea! Looking forward to seeing pics!


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Everyone that has seen our door has liked it and a couple of individuals did the upgrade.
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That looks terrific!! Thanks for the pics! I never would have thought about a glass shop doing it!


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