Larson Storm Door Options

Platinum

The Platinum Series, which is available in both Interchangeable Full Glass (Model 459) and Retractable Screen (Model 456), is the ultimate storm door with added safety lock, better operation, a modern look and an installation that takes only a few minutes, not hours. Features a vault-like multi-point locking system, which secures the door to the frame at three points, and is backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

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Classic Elegance

The Classic Elegance® Retractable Screen collection (Models 146) represents the premium offering. They offer the convenience of Screen Away® technology and the widest variety of style, glass, color, hardware and finish options. The Classic Elegance® Interchangeable Screen collection (Models 149) is an excellent option for those seeking premium quality with seasonal ventilation control. These single-lite doors have no crossbar and feature multiple color and lockset hardware finish options. Each product in this line utilizes a keyed deadbolt lockset for enhanced security and is paired with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

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Classic-View

The Classic-View® Interchangeable Screen collection (Models 350) is an excellent option for anyone seeking a moderately priced Full-View storm door. This collection sports a slightly thinner construction, and will require extra storage for glass and screens when not in use. The Classic-View® Standard Screen collection (Models 660) is a great choice for those seeking a door with a reinforced kick-panel and a reversible screen which allows for top or bottom ventilation. These doors are available in your choice of white or brown with color-matching hardware.

Click here for more information on Classic-View Interchangeable Screen storm doors.

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LifeStyle

The Lifestyle door (Models 830) is an economy wood core door that includes Screen Away® technology and decorative hardware options. These doors are available in white only and feature a mortise lock with inside locking hardware in two color choices and a 10 year warranty.

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Life-Core

The Life-Core® collection (Models 370) is an economy wood core door with unique features that make it more durable in high traffic situations. This is the perfect choice for Landlords and Property Managers who need a door that will stand up well to excessive wear and tear. All Life-Core doors include a 10 year warranty.

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Vinyl-Clad

Our Vinyl-Clad offering (Models 298) is an economy wood core door that features standard ventilation and standard hardware. It is available in white only and includes a 5 year warranty.

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Product Categories

Exterior Doors

Fiberglass doors won’t dent, rot, or rust and withstand a wide range of temperature ranges. Stile and rail construction is architecturally correct and provides crisp shadow lines and highly defined panel details.Steel doors are an economical choice when a budget directs the buying process. They are manufactured with either a wood or steel edge.

Interior Doors

Authentic stile and rail doors offer a level of detail and definition that cannot be matched. Flush or molded door are created by joining two skins by thin stile and rail components with either a hollow core, a solid particle core, or a solid wood core .

Accessories, Parts and Other

Not all interior doors must swing so using bifold, bypass or pocket door hardware can create a different type of unit. For the outside of the home, aluminum columns or vinyl shutters can complete the motif.

Storm and Screen Doors

Screen door and storm door have long been used interchangeably, but there is a definite difference between screen doors and storm doors. Doors from The Combination Door Company may be either screen only doors or combination storm doors made of wood. Doors from Larson are considered storm doors and will either be aluminum or have a surface over a solid wood core.

Fypon Moulded Millwork

PVC products are intolerant to extreme temperatures and UV while also expanding and contracting. Fypon products are low-maintenance due to their closed-cell structure which resists moisture and insects. The can be cut, trimmed or shaped like wood using standard woodworking tools.

Residential Locks and Hardware

Sliding barn doors units are continuing to be popular and for this the rollers and tracks are necessary. Adding a kickplate or changing the hingeBarn door hardware can upgrade a current door unit. Locksets can have different functions and locking abilities but ultimately allow you to access each room in the home.

HBG Columns, Porch Post and Rail

HB&G has a full line of columns options. There are the load-bearing options of PermaCast and PermaLite and the non-load bearing options of PermaWrap and PermaSnap. In addition, they offer a ceiling option, a railing option, and various brackets.

Rated Exterior Doors

Design Pressure (DP) is a numerical value rating which defines the structural wind loading requirements for a building, and components or cladding of a building, described in pounds per square foot. Essentially Design Pressure represents the wind load the door system can withstand.

Commercial Doors

Reeb’s Commercial Doors are stocked in Hollow Metal and Architectural Wood options. Both types can be fire rated up to 90 minutes in the proper frame; Architectural Wood doors are also available with a 20 minute rating.

Residential Fire Doors

RSP Series Doors are commonly referred to as the RF Series Steel Edge Fire Doors. These doors can withstand a 90 minute fire rating when hung in a split steel frame and are rated with a neutral pressure label.

Reinforced Light Commercial and Fire Doors

While some doors may be ok with just a bore, some may need a door closer or panic hardware. In order to use these, additional reinforcements are needed to ensure the door will stand up to the continual usage. This may include a non-rated or fire-rated Therma-Tru or RSP door.

Exterior Door Parts and Accessories

An exterior unit has many parts and pieces and sometimes these must be replaed. Items such as weatherstrip, corner pads, door bottoms, and rain deflectors can be ordered for when the current items wear down.

Special Order

Special Order is a great way to order completely custom products. By entering the details of the request, Reeb Customer Service will review the details then return the request for approval.


Larson Door Hardware

The door hardware that is used with a Larson storm door varies by the model. Some handlesets are an automatic option while other models allow a choice to fit the homeowners needs.

Quick Fit Handlesets

The QuickFit handlesets accompany the Platinum and Classic Elegance storm doors.

Curved Handles

Brass

Brushed Nickel

Antique Brass

Aged Bronze

Straight Handles

Brushed Nickel

Aged Bronze

Matte Black

Decorative Handle

Both the Classic-View with Interchangeable screen and the Lifestyle with Retractable screen have the options of either a brass or brushed nickel decorative handle option.

Brass

Brushed Nickel

Black Handle

The black handle comes with the Vinyl-Clad Standard Screen.

Black

Color Matched Handle

The handleset of the Classic-View with standard screen and the Life-Core with standard screen match the color of the door but are different based on the model.

Classic-View
White

Life-Core
White


Screen vs Storm Doors

Screen door and storm door have long been used interchangeably, but there is a definite difference between screen doors and storm doors.

Doors from The Combination Door Company may be either screen only doors or combination storm doors made of wood.

Doors from Larson are considered storm doors and will either be aluminum or have a surface over a solid wood core.

Screen doors are exactly as the name says: a door with a screen.

While the frame can be made of a variety of materials, the most common types have wooden frames and very few components. They provide protection from pests and bugs while letting in air continuously.

Storm doors have a few more parts and pieces to them with the major difference being the glass panel.

The glass panel comes in various sizes depending on the view type. The design allows for fresh air on-demand so homeowners can let in the fresh air when they want it and close it when the elements don’t allow for fresh air. Additionally, the glass keeps elements like rain and wind out.


Fiberglass Doors with Stile Lines

The traditional construction method for wood doors is to combine stiles (the vertical components) and rails (the horizontal components) to create a door style.

Fiberglass doors mimic this construction method by including stile and rail lines on the models.

6-Panel Wood Door

6-Panel Fiberglass Door

Doors with glass have a lite insert placed in the door. For example, a full lite can be created by taking a 6-panel door, cutting the panels out, then inserting the lite. This will create a door model with stile lines.

Fiberglass doors made without stile and rail lines are known as flush doors. The same process of adding a lite insert can happen meaning the door model will be without stile lines.

While having a lite in a flush door is a possibility, this door will look less like a wood door and be less architecturally correct.


Exterior Species Options

Reeb stocks a variety of wood species to match any home’s design. Staining a door brings a layer of beauty and sophistication to an area. Each species of wood has different characteristics, colors, and grain patterns which affect the stain application. To help understand which doors stain well and which are better painted, refer to the stainability icons.


Fir – Simpson

Douglas Fir is a large, generally straight-grained tree characterized by exceptional natural strength, hardness and durability. The wood varies in color from yellowish tan to light, bright brown

Fir – Simpson


Sapele Mahogany – Simpson

Sapele Mahogany has a tight grain and reddish-brown color. The distinctive patterns created by the wood’s varied colors and graining make for an eye-catching door.

Sapele Mahogany – Simpson


Ponderosa Pine – Simpson

Ponderosa Pine is one of America’s most abundant tree species. It has straight, uniform grain with minimal amounts of reddish-brown heartwood. The sapwood has wide growth bands, which are honey-toned or straw-colored.

Ponderosa Pine – Woodgrain


Oak – Simpson

Oak has a coarse texture and a straight, prominent grain. It accepts a broad range of stains and finishes

Oak – Simpson



Smart Columns

SmartColumn™ is the latest innovation from HB&G. It utilizes a pultruded sleeve and beveled cap and base, which eliminates the need to site-build a column saving time, labor, and money.

SmartColumn can be installed during the framing process but be completed before the house is complete by sliding and attaching the cap and base. Click here to watch an Installation Video for Smart Columns.

Features

  • Installs 3.5 times faster than a typical site-built column
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty for peace of mind
  • Superior aesthetics compared to a site-built column
  • Structural post and installation brackets are not included
  • Must order by the RO size as the column shaft is 12” shorter than the RO
  • Cap and base attach to the column shaft concealing all hardware and the post once installed

In-Stock Items

Reeb is stocking 4 options:

  • 6” x 8’ | Part Number: 80190608SC
  • 6” x 9’ | Part Number: 80190609SC
  • 8” x 8’ | Part Number: 80190808SC
  • 8” x 9’ | Part Number: 80190809SC

Interior Door Product Styles

There are many interior door types to choose from depending on the style of your home and the function needed. A great interior door can tie a look together, stand-out, blend in, and even save space.

Panel Types

One of the features of a stile and rail door is the type of panel: double hip raised, single hip raised, and flat panel. Depending on the species of the door, the thickness of the panel will vary.

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French

Adding glass in place of the panels in stile and rail doors creates a French door and allows light to flow through the home. French doors can accompany any home design and utilize either clear, privacy, or decorative glass.

Click here to learn more about one-lite doors.

While doors can have a single pane of glass, a popular look is the divided appearance where individual panes of glass are held together by different dividing bars. Depending on the species of the door, the size of the bar will vary.

Click here to learn more about divided lite doors.

Louver

Louvers allow for ventilation and are typically used in a utility closet or a standard closet application where air flow is desired to go from one space to another.

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Small Lite

Flush doors can include a lite to create a different look

Click here to learn more about flush doors with lites.

Flush

Flush doors are an economical option for interior doors. They are manufactured by Steves doors company and are constructed using a mixture of wood and wood-fiber components. They feature a completely flat surface for a simple design option. They are available in a variety of wood species, most of which can be painted or stained

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Contemporary

Reeb’s contemporary doors are part of our Reeb Specialty Products (RSP) offering. The skin of these doors is a 1/4″ hardboard skin and the styling found on the door is due to a 1/8″ deep groove that is carved into the skin. The doors come in full and square which means they are true size. Because of their contemporary look, they are a great fit for our EZY Jamb and are able to utilize a concealed or invisible hinge.

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Interior Door Handing

The handing of the door refers to which way it swings. While for an exterior door you need to know if it’s inswing or outswing, for an interior door you only need to know if it is a left hand or right hand.

To determine the handing of the door, imagine the door is open and you are standing with your back to the hinges.

If the open door is on your left, it is a left hand door.

If the open door is on your right, it is a right hand door.


Interior Door Bar Types

One of the features of a stile and rail door is the additional of glass. While doors can have a single pane of glass, a popular look is the divided appearance where individual panes of glass are held together by different dividing bars. Depending on the species of the door, the size of the bar will vary.


Ponderosa Pine: 1-5/16″ Bar

Ponderosa Pine: 1″ Bar”

Plantation Pine: 1-3/8″ Bar

Douglas Fir: 1-1/4″ Bar

Primed: 1-1/4″ Bar