Bring the beauty of the outdoors inside with the energy-efficient Masonite Painted Prehung Inswing 15 Lite GBG Smooth Fiberglass Patio Door with No Brickmold. Providing natural light and elegant design, the clear, multi-pane insulated glass is treated with a Low-E coating that reflects heat out of the home in the summer and locks in heat during the winter. Plus the premium polyurethane insulation, weatherstripping and insulated glass are designed to let the beauty of nature in, but the weather out – resulting in lower heating and cooling bills. This door is the perfect complement to your outdoor decor and can help expand your living space when used for decks, patios and balconies.
Low-maintenance, high-performance fiberglass resists cracking, warping, splitting and denting
Features energy saving polyurethane door core
High performance compression weatherstripping helps to seal out drafts
Low-E tempered glass helps keep you comfortable in any season
Masonite colors complement Behr paints color palette to easily coordinate your door with shutters, trim and more
Screen kits available for all inswing units - sold separately
Rot-resistant bottom rail with made of high-performance composite materials
Patio door slabs are double bored for lockset - not included
Patio door comes fully assembled with hinges, frame, aluminum sill and weatherstripping
From outside, open towards the inside of the house with the hinges on the left
I should have my head examined. I paid a premium price for probably the worst door I have ever seen.
My installers couldn't get it installed because the the threshold was bowed. That was on the first door. The second door I ordered and on the first door as it so happens the hinges were sprung and and misaligned in their recesses.
The weather stripping had started to fray and come lose. The bottom sweep on the inactive side of the french door unit came loose, and started to tear.
Cheap does not even begin to describe the door. As I loaded it on a HD truck to haul it away I noticed that there were gaps around the window seal which would have easily allowed moisture to get in between the two panes.
I still make the mistake of listening to sales people rather than going with my own experience.
I did not hesitate to explain my problems with the door, to insist on a refund, and to go back to square one to be satisfied with my purchase. A door should last for years, these doors would be lucky to last one, if that.
I have other masonite doors but these must have been made by their toy division. I am more than just a little disappointed with myself.
I will give Home Depot credit though. They have treated me very fairly in regards to these doors.