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The Estate Series Cabriolet offers both beauty and convenience. It is highlighted by a retractable screen, which is hidden away in the head of the door when ventilation is not desired. Pictured is the Cabriolet H809 (otherwise known as the Self-Storing Full-View) with the Seville handle set in pewter.

Learn more about: Estate Series Storm Doors

The Harvey Estate Series storm door line consists of premium, foam-filled, heavy-duty aluminum doors. This image illustrates the H906, Fixed Full-view with Lower Vent, standard with Low-E insulated glass and the Seville handle set in brass.

The classic design of the H904 Removable Full-view with Screen, allows maximum viewing area and will not distract from your entry door.

Due to its heavy duty-solid wood core, the Lifetime storm doors offers greater insulating power. This home features a Full-Lite Lifetime storm with a brasstone lever and deadbolt for added security.

Learn more about: Lifetime Storm Doors

Harvey storm doors offer more style options than your typical storm. This Panorama style Lifetime storm door combines the elegance of Fredericksburg beveled glass with an exterior brasstone lever and matching brasstone sweep.

The Harvey Traditional storm door has been designed to suit your style. Each door comes with both a glass and a screen insert. The glass insert has wool pile weatherstripping to provide extra protection against drafts. For greater durability, electrostatically-applied enamel paint is baked to a hard, tough finish.

Learn more about: Traditional Storm Doors

The Harvey Traditional storm door has been designed to suit your style.Choose from a variety of stock sizes, style, colo0rs and premium hardware is also available.



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"Save Our Saucepans" or SOS pads as

Work fine on aluminum screen doors. Practice on an aluminum baking sheet first so you get the hang of not leaving scratch marks. Circular motion works best.
The WD-40 will remove surface dirt but will not bring the door "back to life" like a SOS or Brillo pad.
Just so you know, Ed Cox invented the SOS pad to help sell his aluminum pots and pans in San Francisco in 1917. His wife named it.
Isn't CL great?

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  • Avatar niner_72601 Partially replace my existing cabinets?
    Jan 21, 2007 by niner_72601 | Posted in Decorating & Remodeling

    I have cabinets in my kitchen that are painted.......i want to go oak face frame and doors...............can i pull off the existing face frame, and replace with an oak question is......whats the best way to build the frame......dowels?

    • The face frames may be a beotch to replace; they were built on the cabinet boxes, or glued to them. Just depends on the construction. The best way is to use pocket screws. There is an angled hole (pocket) drilled into th …e fancy machine).

      Otherwise, you just apply the boards individually to the cabinet box and pin the edge that hangs down with a finish nail (not the best method, but it's done on built in shelves everyday).