It may be true if the storm door is a full glass or mostly glass and tightly seals to the frame. Also..it depends on how much sun the doors get. If it's fully protected and gets no sun..then it shouldn't be an issue. I went to a house for a customer complaint on the finish peeling. Dark blue door, full glass storm with no porch or overhang...got probably 6 hrs of sun a day. Measured the surface of the door at 180 degrees or so IIRC. And the day was only about 80-85 air temp. Do that for a while and I wouldn't doubt it could delaminate. To be sure...call the customer service number of the FG door...and don't paint it a dark color.
http://forum.doityourself.com/electr...your-post.html btw - welcome to the forums!
I have a similar problem and hope for some help. I have Weathershield windows and have been able to get replacement parts, the sill and the sill nose. I have replaced the sill nose in the past and have attempted to repair the sill but it does not work well. I had one sill replaced by a company and they did it without needing to take off any interior trim. I am hoping to do the same. My only issue is that I have not done this before and am wondering how the sill fits in place since it normally sits on an angle and is somehow attached to the bottom of the window. I don't think that I will have an issue with removing the sill and cutting off any nails or staples where it is attached, but how is the sill kept on a slant and tight up against the bottom of the window without needing to take out the whole window? What am I missing?
Remodeling Magazine recently released an article detailing the average Return on Investment (ROI) s
It's been awhile since we?ve seen improvements in the cost-value ratio for home improvement project
Summertime always seems to pass us by faster than a freight train. Before we know it, the leaves ar
Now that you've got your taxes done for the year, You're probably happy to not have to deal with th
For details on the energy tax credit, including eligibility, please click here. In addition to
Do you ever wish you could ?try on? your next home improvement project before work actually begins?
Baldwin 4354030 1.18 in. Crystal Cone Cabinet Knob, Polished BrassBrand :- Baldwin Price :- $31.98
Kwikset 2720TNL/200 15RCAL Passage Lever Lockset tustin passage satin nickelBrand :- KWIKSET Price :- $31.46
4 In. Carbonite Black Iron Cabinet PullBrand :- N/A Price :- $27.16
Rod Desyne Magnolia Decorative Window Curtain Rod 66-120' - Satin NickelBrand :- N/A Price :- $37.79