Protects your homes main entry: By properly installing a storm door, a seal is created to prevent rain, ice, snow, and other weatherized elements from reaching and damaging the main entry door of the home, which is often fairly expensive to replace or repair.
Added Energy Efficiency: Storm doors provide an extra pocket of insulation for front doors, which are often one of the main points of air leakage in homes. Cracks along the sides, top and bottom of the entry door easily become less noticeable as the storm door helps block the outside weather from trying to get inside.
Multi-Purpose Function: Storm doors can be a great addition for homes because they can allow for both increased airflow and increased natural light in the summer months, when it’s not necessarily as important to keep both the entry and storm door closed, as it would be in the winter.
Added Security: Storm doors typically come with a locking mechanism, which gives your home one more barrier of security from unwanted visitors. Open the main entry door, if you don’t have a peephole, and screen your visitors before letting them inside your home.