Ball Bearing

Butt Hinges

Residential Spring

5/8" x Square Corner

Commercial Butt

Commercial Spring

Security Hinges

Stainless Steel Hinges

Double Action

Concealed Door Hinges

Screen Door

Wholesale Door Hinges

Door Locks, Knobs, Levers, and Deadbolts

Heavy Duty

Adj. Gate Spring Hinges

Weld-On Gate Hinges

T Hinges

Strap Hinges

Commercial Spring Hinges

Double Action Spring Hinges

Heavy Duty Strap Hinges for Gates

Heavy Duty BadAss Weld-On and Bolt-On Hinges

Heavy Duty Locinox Gate Closers and Hardware

Gate Locks and Latches

Safety Gate Latches

Drop Bolts

Farm Gate Hinges

Bullet Hinges

Gate Locks

Coded Gate Locks

Overlay Cabinet Hinges

Self-Closing Cabinet Hinges

Blum Cabinet Hinges

Concealed Cabinet Hinges

Full Inset Cabinet Hinges

3/8" Offset Cabinet Hinges

Demountable Hinges

Butterfly Cabinet Hinges

Small Butt Hinges

Lid Support and Stays

Overlay Cabinet Hinges

Drawer Slides

Cabinet Catches

Knife Hinges

Cabinet Knobs

Cabinet Pulls

Heavy Duty Hinges

Commercial Ball Bearing

Commercial Spring Hinges

Weld On Hinges

Wide Throw Hinges

Swing Clear Hinges

Locinox Gate Closers

Strap Hinges

Pivot Hinges

Concealed Hinges

Piano Hinges

Heavy Duty BadAss Hinges

Door Closers

Wholesale Door Hinges

Electrified Hinges

Commercial Locks

Lid Support Hinges and Stays

Furniture Hinges Table and Mirror

Marine Hinges

Parliament Hinges

Wide Throw Hinges

Swing Clear Hinges

Shutter Hinges

Torque Hinges

Piano Hinges

Continuous Geared Hinges

Barn Door Hardware

Bifold Door Hardware

Pocket Door Hardware

Lift Off Hinges

Wood Hinge Screws

Machine Hinge Screws

Door Installation Hardware

Door Stoppers Chocks and Silencers

Toolbox Bundles

Hinge Pins

Ball Catches and Strike Plates

Cabinet Catches

Flush Bolts

Handrail Brackets

Hinge Jigs and Templates

Weatherstripping for Doors

Door Thresholds

Gate Stops

Stainless Steel Eye Bolts

A Guide To Measuring A Storm Door

Many homeowners add a new storm door to increase the functionality of their entryways. To ensure you get to achieve the results that meet your expectations, be sure to shop from Hinge Outlet, Inc. for quality and craftsmanship that you can trust. Before you start browsing through our online catalog, here are several steps that you can follow for measuring a storm door that best fits your entryway.

Get Precise Measurements

There is no cutting involved if you already have an existing doorway. You need to take the exact measurements of the doorway to ensure that the storm door that you are ordering offers a precise fit. The two measurements you need to take for a storm door are its width and height. It is advisable to measure the width and height at least twice to ensure you get an accurate measurement of each side.

Over time, door frames can warp because houses settle. The distance at the top of the opening may differ from the bottom so take three different measurements for the middle, top, and bottom for the width, and center, left, and right for the height. The measurements all need to be taken where the storm door will sit instead of where the front door already is.

Measure from the bottom of the threshold to the top for height and measure from left to right inside the brickmold for width, where the storm door will be installed instead of inside the door jamb. After you have gotten the three measurements for each side, the shortest height and narrowest width will be the size of the storm door that you need. 

Check for Potential Obstructions

Before you shop for storm doors online for one that can actually fit your home, you need to ensure that you have the space to mount it. A surface area one inch deep and one inch wide with a 90° angle is needed for a storm door to be correctly installed. The brickmold on your door fold will need to be measured to make sure you have enough space.  

Check your front entrance for any potential obstructions that may cause problems during installation or when the storm door has been mounted. Spot any handle or knob, doorbell, outdoor lights, décor, house numbers, and other design features. The elements that you can easily move out can be removed but permanent fixtures may need some work to get them out of the way so you can easily operate the storm door. Make use of the side of the hinge that has the fewest obstacles so your storm door can be swung properly.

Buy Top-Quality Storm Door Hinges from Hinge Outlet, Inc. Today

Choose from a wide variety of storm door closers and door hinges to suit your specific needs. 

Hinge Outlet, Inc. provides free shipping for any orders above $100 and provides product exchanges if customers ordered the wrong finish or size. We also offer refunds if you are not satisfied with the product quality.

If you have any questions about our storm door hinges, feel free to contact us today.