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Warranties


At Larson Manufacturing, we strive for customer satisfaction, and we take pride in offering the best warranty in the industry. Many Larson storm doors are covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. It’s just what you’d expect from Larson.  Look for information on individual door lines for more details.

Our Warranty Claim form is for the door itself and does not include troubleshooting or parts.

• If you need assistance, please see our Troubleshooting section.

• To order parts, see our Online Ordering section.

• To register your door, please click here.




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Warranty Claim Form




LARSON SELF HELP CENTER

Door Operation and Performance

Overlap door will not open all the way.

Overlap style doors will not open a full 90 degrees, but only about 80 degrees. This is due to the overlap lip sticking out.

My screw cover strips will not stay in the mounting rail

Make sure leg with hook is towards the door.

Try installing with outer edge in first, and then snap in inner edge. This may be opposite from what was shown on the instructions.

The storm door closer hits my prime door

Move the closer jamb bracket closer to the storm door. If they still hit each other, you will need to shim the storm door out from the primary door

My door doesn't close properly.

Storm door closer speed may be improperly adjusted.

To adjust the closing speed, turn the adjusting screw on the end of the closer ¼ to ½ turn. Turn the screw counter-clockwise to increase speed, clockwise for a slower speed.

Still not closing properly?

If your door has two closers, unhook one closer, adjusting one at a time.

Leaving one closer attached to the door, remove the closer adjusting screw. Hold onto the door and open and close it about a dozen times. (Door will close rapidly). Replace the adjustment screw, turning it one to two times.

Adjust the closer shaft. For optimal performance, only the painted surface should show. Up to a 1/4" of unpainted surface is acceptable. Move the jamb bracket if necessary.

Adjust the closer, turning the adjustment screw 1/4 to 1/2 turn at a time, until you've achieved your desired closing speed. Turn the screw counter-clockwise to increase speed, clockwise for a slower speed.

If your door has two closers, unhook this closer and rehook the other. Repeat steps.

There may be air pressure between the prime and storm door.

If both the prime entry door and storm door seal tightly, they may not be allowing air to escape, creating a pressurized pocket. To create an escape route for the air, you may raise the storm door expander slightly or leave the storm door window open.

The storm door's bottom expander may be dragging on the threshold.

Loosen expander screws and raise the expander so that the rubber sweep only touches the top of the threshold. Retighten screws.

The hinge rail screws may be too tight.

Loosen the hinge rail screws a 1/4 turn to relax the tension.

The hinge rail may be bent or a hinge may be broken.

If the hinge rail is bent or a hinge is broken, the hinge rail should be replaced. Order parts

My door squeaks when it opens and closes.

The inside hinge rail screws could be too tight

Loosen the hinge rail screws a 1/4 turn to relax the tension.

If your door is new, the hinges could be tight until they receive some use.

Lubricate the hinges with silicone spray lubricant, 3-in-1 oil, or cooking oil.

The door opening may be out of square.

If the storm door was installed in an opening that is not square or if home settling has caused it to go out of square, you will need to adjust the opening and align it properly for the storm door can perform as designed.

I believe my door is leaking

Many Doors have drainage holes, also known as weep holes, that could be blocked.

Inspect and clean the drainage holes, which are located on the outside of door, just below the window area.

If you have a multi-vent door (a full, stationary screen, and both glass panels move), the glass panels are likely reversed.

The narrower of the two inserts needs to be at the top, and the wider one at the bottom. If reversed, remove each glass panel and reinsert in correct position.

Water could be coming in behind the storm door.

Caulk behind the top drip cap. Also verify that there is caulk behind the house brickmould or trim, and recaulk if necessary.

There is a heat build up between the storm door and prime door.

If the door receives direct sunlight most of the day, heat build up between the two can occur due to a lack of ventilation.

To create an escape route for the air, you may raise the storm door expander slightly or leave the storm door window open. If your door is a Full View, use the screen insert during the affected months.

I see condensation on the inside of my storm door.

Warm, moist air is being trapped between storm door and primary door.

There may be a leak around the prime door. Check prime door seals and weatherstripping. Replace the weatherstripping if necessary.

You may see condensation form after leaving your primary door open, as the warm, humid air from the interior of your home meets the cooler storm door glass. Keeping the humidity in your home low will help alleviate this situation, as will keeping your prime door closed.

My prime door is closed and seals well. What else can I do?

To create an escape route for the moisture, you may raise the storm door expander slightly or leave the storm door window open.

Handles and Closers

My deadbolt is stuck.

The storm door and latch side rail are likely misaligned.

To unjam, remove the latch side rail installation screws. This will loosen the door enough to allow you to open it.

If the hardware and lock move freely when the door is open, there is likely an alignment issue. Refer to solutions under "My deadbolt won't work."

Once door is open, test the lock and hardware. If the hardware is not operating or locking properly when the door is open, the hardware needs to be replaced.

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My deadbolt won't work.

The deadbolt may be hitting the edge of latch rail.

Adjust the strike plate to allow the deadbolt to move freely.

The deadbolt could be binding against the brick mold frame.

For doors with mortise hardware, verify the mortise hole is 3/4" deep and adjust strike plate location if needed.

I have to lift up on the handle to open my door.

The hardware is installed upside down.

Hardware Installation (pdf)

Refer to the hardware installation instructions to reinstall the hardware. During this reinstallation, you may need to reverse the latch nose.

My handle came off the door.

Many handles are held in place by a set screw. The set screw likely came loose.

Reattach the handle, and firmly tighten the set screw.

If the set screw is stripped and cannot be tightened, the handle will need to be replaced.

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My brass hardware is tarnishing.

Solid brass hardware has a clear coat finish to protect the brass. Over time, the clear coat finish can wear through or be compromised by nicks from rings and keys, exposing the solid brass to the elements. Unprotected brass will tarnish under this exposure.

Polish the brass using a brass cleaning product.

I have a push button handle and the button sticks.

There may be too much tension in the handle screws.

Try loosening the handle screws.

The spring may be reversed. If the narrow end is against the door, the spring may slip in the door's hardware hole and not function properly.

Verify the spring behind the push button has the wide end against the door. Reverse if needed.

How to install D Clip

Installing a D Clip

Some mortise handle kits utilize a D-Clip. Determine which handle is your outside handle.

Then assemble the outside handle through the split T bushing and then the outside trim plate.

Then on the backside of the trim plate, place the flat washer over the end of the outside handle.

Notice the grove in the handle. Slide the D-Clip across this grove.

Once the D-Clip is installed, insert the spindle and tighten the Set Screw on the handle.

You can now finish the handle per the hardware installation instructions.

How to lock Secure Elegance Lock

How to operate the Secure Elegance Handle

Locking Instructions (pdf)

To lock the door lift the door handle up. This will extend top and bottom hooks. Then turn the key or deadbolt to lock the door. It will turn more than one revolution.

Push down on the handle. The handle should not move. Your door is now locked.

To unlock the door, turn the key or deadbolt and push the handle down. The hooks will retract into the door and you can now open your door.

If the door does not lock, the hooks may not be aligned with the strike plate. The hooks need to extend fully for the locking operation to work.

A good way to make sure is to open the door and extend the hooks. Add some lip stick to the edge of the hook. Retract the hooks and close the door. Then lift the handle up as far as it will go. Close the door and lift the handle. Then open the door and observe the area in the door jamb. If you see lipstick on the strike plate, adjust the strike plate location. If there is lipstick on the bottom of the hole, then the hole needs to be deepened.

Closer is making a popping noise

Make sure door bracket is securely attached to the door. If it’s loose, it can jump back and forth on the screws. Larger diameter screws can be used.

Touch & Hold closer not operating correctly

To release the hold on the closer, push your door open further and the hold will release. You should not be pressing the button to release the hold; pressing the button only locks the closer.

You may need to twist the plastic end cap with the button to align everything. The button needs to be directly over top of the notches.

Screen Away® Screens

The screen will not retract.

The screen rolling mechanism may need to be reset.

Lower the glass insert approximately half way. Open the door, and place a hand on each side of the screen material (one inside and one outside the door). Pull down on the screen about six inches and then release it. The screen should snap up, resetting the tension of the rolling mechanism.

The screen roll may have come out of its brackets.

Remove the screen assembly cover and make sure screen is seated properly.

The screen is blowing out or pushing out.

The screen is designed to blow out in heavy winds or extreme pressure. This design prevents damage to the screen.

Make sure the screen is inserted into the weather-stripping track along the sides of the window opening. To realign in track, close the window completely and reopen.

Screen fray is caught in the screen roll.

The edge of the screen may fray, and a loose strand could wrap around the end of the screen roll.

Remove the screen assembly cover. Do not remove the screen roll, or the spring tension will be lost. Carefully cut the caught thread off of the screen roll. Replace the screen assembly cover.

The glass sash will not stay up.

It is normal for the top glass to drop 1" - 3".

If the sash is consistently dropping more than 3", there may be an issue with the screen tension. Contact the customer service department.

The sash handle is not installed.

For many ScreenAway models, the latching mechanism is built into the sash handle. Verify that the sash handle is installed.

Retractable Handle Instructions (pdf)

Full-View Glass Panels

My retainers are not holding the glass or screen in the door.

Either the glass or the screen fits in the door at one time, and not both.

Choose the glass or the screen and reinstall the retainers.

The retainers are not installed correctly.

Retainer Installation Instructions (pdf)

Make sure the glass or screen insert is centered into the door. If it is off to one side that could interfere with the retainer installation.

Try installing them with the door open. Sometimes getting at them from a different angle makes a lot of difference.

Only push or snap the strip in at 2" to 5" intervals.

Spray glass cleaner or something similar on the retainer. The light lubricant in it helps the retainers go in more easily.

When installing the retainer, hold the strip at about a 45 degree angle to the side of the glass, and then start the end of the strip into the track in the middle of the door. Slide the retainer up or down from there and every couple of inches push the retainer in with your fingers. Make sure the edge with the writing on it is facing you. The open side of the retainer should be facing the insert. When you get to the end, you will hear a "snap" as the last portion of the retainer goes in.

The glass insert will not fit in the door.

The metal trim on the glass insert may be coming off. This can happen when the glass is handled by the metal trim only and the full insert is not.

Gently tap the metal trim on the glass panel with a rubber mallet.

Still not fitting?

The metal trim and rubber boot may have come off too far and will not tap back on. In this case, tap the edge piece off the unit first. There is a rubber boot between the glass and the metal trim. Reset this rubber boot on the glass edge and then tap the trim back on. At each corner of the inserts, there is a "L" shape bracket holding it together.

Retractable Screens

Magnets aren’t working

Clean magnets with mild soap and water and remove any debris in the bottom guide.

Make sure the magnets on pull rail and side guide are aligned.

Weather stripping in the top and/or bottom guide is bunching

Pull the stripping tight and crimp the channel on both ends with a pliers.

Inspire screen not retracting all the way

Ensure the cassette is pushed all the way down onto the sill

Check top guide for debris

Inspire screen is pushed out

Slowly retract pull rail back towards the cassette and manually insert fabric back into the guide as needed

Storm Windows

My screen falls through the opening

Screen may be in the wrong tract. For triple track models the screen needs to be on the inside tract

Finger pulls are stuck

May need some lubrication

Glass Frame may be bent

Windows are leaking

May need to be caulked. Caulk top and both sides. DO NOT caulk bottom to allow for drainage.

Cannot get glass sash out for cleaning

Storm unit is too close to the prime unit not allowing enough clearance for sash to be removed.

At least 2” is recommended. You may need to remove entire unit if this is the case. (Not Recommended if you have caulked.)

Bow guides need to be aligned with notches in track for Silver Series models.

Larson Customer Care

Larson Dealers

Find your Registration Number

Find your Registration Number

Find your Registration Number

Where do I find my registration Number?

Your registration number can be in several locations depending on the manufacturing date.  Whether your door was made prior to 1997 or after, it is easy to find.





For doors manufactured since early 1997,
look for the sticker (similar to the one below) either on the edge of the door, or on the hinge z-bar.  For additional help with finding the registraiton number, please view the video below.
For doors manufactured before 1997,
the registration number is a 9 digit number stamped on the door.


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Video Library


How to Measure Your Opening for a Storm Door

This video will guide you in measuring your door opening for your storm door.




How to find your Registration Number

Registration Numbers are located on a sticker on the hinge rail.


How to lock Secure Elegance Lock

This video shows how the Secure Elegance 3 point lock system provides that extra security. 


How do I Remove the Inserts for Cleaning

This video shows how you can easily remove ventilating door inserts for cleaning.




How to Install the Expander Sweep

See how easy it is to install the expander sweep on your door.


Return Policy

Online Parts Ordering Return Policy

1.  All returns must be pre-approved by Larson Manufacturing prior to return.

  • Item must not have been installed, cut or modified in any way. Item must be in original condition.
  • Contact Larson manufacturing at or 1-800-352-3360 within 30 days of receipt of the item being returned for approval.
  • Indicate the name and address the order was placed under and the reason the part needs to be returned.

2.  Once a return is approved, return the item to Larson Manufacturing.

  • All returns must be received at Larson Manufacturing within 30 days of approval.
  • The Customer is responsible for all Postage or shipping fees and any shipping damage.

3.  When returning the package.

  • Packaged the return items in original shipping package, if possible.
  • Include all subcomponents, original Packaging Slip and Return Authorization Form.

4.  Once we receive your item, we will issue a refund to your credit card within 7 business days.

  • A 15% restocking fee applies.
  • Any Shipping damage when being returned is responsibility of the customer.
  • If needed, Customer Service will contact the customer for additional follow up.

Shipping information

  • All orders will arrive within 5 to 10 business days of the order being placed.
  • Parts are shipped through via UPS, FEDEX, USPS or other common carriers.
  • If the item arrives damaged, contact Larson manufacturing at or 1-800-352-3360 within 5 business days.  Customer Service will work with the shipper and have a new part shipped to you. Please include the name the order was shipped under.
  • Expedited Shipping Service is not available for On Line Orders. If faster service is needed, contact Larson Manufacturing at 1-800-352-3360.

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Inspire® - Pleated Retractable Screen Door

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Inspire® Pleated Retractable Screen Door

Available Colors:
Standard Sizes:
20" - 39" wide Top track trims to fit
79" - 81" high Cassette adjusts to fit (no cutting required)

*custom sizes available

Perfect for:

Single

Double

Garage / Porch

Features

  • Self adjusting to fit uneven openings
  • Smooth, easy operation with the touch of a finger
  • Wheelchair accessible and handicap friendly
  • Cassette is removable for seasonal storage
  • Low Maintenance screen is protected by cassette
  • Powder-coated finish is attractive and durable

 

  • No-cut cassette, fully assembled
  • Elegant pleated screen folds away
  • Flat bottom guide
  • Die-cast metal handle
  • Easy to install yourself
  • Five year warranty on all mechanical parts
Inspire® IN100 Single Door
Width* trim to fit Height Color
up to 39* fits 79"-81" White
Brownstone
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Inspire® Single Door (CUSTOM SIZE)
Width* trim to fit Height Color
12"-63" 40"-125" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Black
Desert Tan

Inspire® Double Door (CUSTOM SIZE)
Width* trim to fit Height Color
24"-126" 40"-125" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Black
Desert Tan

Inspire® Multi-Door (CUSTOM SIZE)
Width* trim to fit Height Color
36"-189" 40"-125" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Black
Desert Tan

  • When ordering: please provide the net finishing opening dimension, color, total number of desired screen panels and directional preference as viewed from outside.
  • Panels may be combined to accommodate larger openings. Maximum number of 6 panels per opening: 3 from right / 3 from left.
  • Individual panels must have a difference of at least 14" between the height and width dimensions.

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Escape® - Retractable Screen Door

3492003

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Escape® Retractable Screen Door

Available Colors:

Perfect for:

Single

Double

Garage / Porch

Features

  • Self adjusting to fit uneven sills
  • Quiet, easy operation with smooth glide track
  • Easy to install yourself
  • Sill transition system (Escape® 100 & 200)
  • Die cast matel handle (Escape® 100 & 200)

 

  • Completely assembled no cut cassette (Escape® 100 & 200)
  • Screen disappears into cassette when not in use
  • Durable mesh screen resists tearing
  • Speed reducer provides controlled retraction
  • Five year warranty on all mechanical parts
Escape® 100 Single Door - Custom Made to Size
Width Min-Max Height Min-Max Color
20"-60* 36"-96" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Desert Tan
Escape® 100 Single Door - Standard Sizes
Width* trim to fit Height Color
up to 39* fits 79"-81" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Desert Tan
Width* trim to fit Height Color
up to 48* fits 91"-93" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Desert Tan

Escape® 200 Double Door - Custom Made to Size
Width Min-Max Height Min-Max Color
30"-96" 36"-96" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Desert Tan
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Escape® 200 Double Door
Width* trim to fit Height Color
up to 84" fits 79"-81" White
Brownstone
Desert Tan
Width* trim to fit Height Color
up to 96" fits 91"-93" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Desert Tan

Escape® 800 (sizes continued)
Width Min-Max Height Min-Max Color
108-1/8"-120" up to 96" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Escape® 800 Garage, Porch, Gazebo (Pull down; trim to fit)
Width* trim to fit Height Color
30"-96" up to 96" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Width Min-Max Height Min-Max Color
120-1/8"-192" up to 96" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Width* trim to fit Height Color
96-1/8"-108" up to 96" White
Brownstone
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NatureVue - Retractable Window Screen

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NatureVue Retractable Window Screen

Available Colors:

Features

  • Choose from two screen options:
      BetterVue™ low visibility screen virtually   disappears
      Solar Screen controls harsh sun rays
  • Smooth, quiet operation
  • Enjoy an unobstructed view
  • Easy to install yourself
  • Screen expands upon impact for safety
  • Thick insect pilings keeps bugs out

 

  • Speed reducer provides controlled retraction
  • Low-maintenance screen is protected by cassette
  • Powder-coated finish is attractive and durable
  • Easy, custom sizing fits most windows
  • Screen disappears when not in use
  • Rust-proof spring ensures long-lasting operation
  • Five year warranty on all mechanical parts
NatureVue NV2030 Window Screen
Solar Control Fabric
Width* trim to fit Height Color
fits
16-1/2"-26"
12"-72" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Desert Tan
NatureVue NV100 Window Screen
BetterVue™ Low Visibility Screen
Width* trim to fit Height Color
fits
16-1/2"-26"
12"-72" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Desert Tan
Width* trim to fit Height Color
fits
26-1/8"-30"
12"-72" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Desert Tan
Width* trim to fit Height Color
fits
26-1/8"-30"
12"-72" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Desert Tan
Width* trim to fit Height Color
fits
30-1/8"-36"
12"-72" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Desert Tan
Width* trim to fit Height Color
fits
30-1/8"-36"
12"-72" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Desert Tan
Width* trim to fit Height Color
fits
36-1/8"-48"
12"-72" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Desert Tan
Width* trim to fit Height Color
fits
36-1/8"-48"
12"-72" White
Brownstone
Adobe
Desert Tan

NatureVue Window Screen - Custom Made to Size NV100 Only
Width Min-Max Height Min-Max
16-1/2"-72" 12"-90"
Available in White, Brownstone, Adobe and Desert Tan

Comfort Breeze -Retractable Screen Door

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Comfort Breeze Retractable Screen Door

Available Colors:
fits these doors

Features

  • Screen disappears when not in use
  • Easy to install yourself
  • Fits any existing door
  • Quiet, smooth operation
  • Protects against airborne pests

 

  • Speed reducer provides controlled retraction
  • Low-maintenance screen is protected by cassette
  • Powder-coated finish is attractive and durable
  • One year warranty on all mechanical parts
Comfort Breeze BR100 Single Door
Width* trim to fit Height Color
fits 25-1/4"-40" fits 12"-84" White
Brownstone
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Retractable Screen Doors and Windows

SEE with LARSON Retractable Screen Doors & Windows

Open your home to the great outdoors with retractable screen doors and windows from LARSON. Whether you’re longing for a cool breeze to drift through your home or you want an unobstructed view of your backyard, retractable screen doors and windows are the perfect solution.

FEEL & HEAR with LARSON Retractable Screen Doors & Windows

Enjoy the fresh air and sounds of nature while adding beautiful curb appeal to your home. Our screens virtually disappear as they retract into a slim cassette. For uncompromised beauty and functionality, choose a designer retractable screen door.

SAVE with LARSON Retractable Screen Doors & Windows

Take advantage of natural ventilation by allowing clean, fresh air to flow through your home with retractable screen doors and windows, saving you money on air conditioning.

Where will you put your LARSON retractable screen doors and windows?

Our beautiful, functional doors are great for heavily used back doors, patio doors, double doors that open in the center and even garage doors. Our retractable window screens are available in standard and custom sizes. Wherever you’d enjoy a refreshing breeze, lots of natural light and an undisturbed view, is the ideal place for LARSON retractable screen doors and windows.

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Door ID Request

Please carefully complete this form to help us properly identify the model and age of your door.

* Required

Thank You - Door ID Request

Thank you for submitting your request to identify your door.

We appreciate your interest in LARSON Storm Doors products and will send the information you requested as soon as possible.

Thank You

Once we review this information, we will then contact you in regards to the status of your claim. The information provided will help us determine your warranty needs. Again, we regret any difficulty you are having with your LARSON Storm Door. We appreciate your business and will work to resolve this matter as timely as possible.

Warranty Claim

We regret that you are having difficulty with your LARSON Storm Door, and you can be assured that we will address your concerns as quickly as possible. At LARSON Manufacturing, we strive for customer satisfaction, and we take pride in offering the best warranty in the industry.

To avoid unnecessary delays, please provide the following information:

  1. Copy of the Proof of Purchase
    (if you have this please scan it and attach)
  2. Pictures of the door showing the following:
    1. Front view showing the entire door
    2. The damaged or defective area
    3. The LARSON Logo Corner Caps on the inside face of the door in the upper right hand corner of the window. (See Figure 1)
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NOTE: If you do not have access to scanner or a digital camera please send us hardcopies of these pictures by mail along with this form.

More Ideas to Make Your Home Enegy Efficient - Sidelites and Patio Storm Products

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Side-Lite Storm Panels

  • Installs over existing sidelights
  • Tempered glass
  • Available with screw cap covers (L705) or without cover caps(L703)
  • Overlap mount (L705) and Inside mount (L703) options
  • sidelite-singles Colors available: white, earth-tone brown, almond, sandstone, hunter green. Black and cranberry also available in Model L705
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Patio Storm Doors

  • Installs over existing sliding patio doors
  • Reduces winter heat loss and summer heat build-up
  • Wrap around marine glazing
  • Double weatherstipping
  • White or Earth-tone brown
  • Standard and custom sizes

More Ideas to Make Your Home Enegy Efficient

sidelite

Side-Lite Storm Panels

  • Installs over existing sidelights
  • Tempered glass
  • Available with screw cap covers (L705) or without cover caps(L703)
  • Overlap mount (L705) and Inside mount (L703) options
  • sidelite-singles Colors available: white, earth-tone brown, almond, sandstone, hunter green. Black and cranberry also available in Model L705
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Patio Storm Doors

  • Installs over existing sliding patio doors
  • Reduces winter heat loss and summer heat build-up
  • Wrap around marine glazing
  • Double weatherstipping
  • White or Earth-tone brown
  • Standard and custom sizes

Our Company

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Looking Back on Our History

LARSON Manufacturing began in 1954 when Oscar LARSON founded a small door, window, and awning operation in his hometown of Albert Lea, Minnesota. Within a few short years, the company, renamed LARSON Manufacturing, moved to a larger facility in Lake Mills, Iowa.

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Production grew quickly, and the company expanded to Brookings, South Dakota

Storm door sales took off in 1966 when LARSON Manufacturing designed and built its first wood core storm door. The 1980’s were a decade of growth for LARSON Manufacturing. The company was the first in the industry to utilize weather-stripping, a magnetic closing that seals like a refrigerator. In 1987, LARSON established a customer service center at its corporate headquarters, another first for the industry.

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Over its 50 years in business, LARSON Manufacturing worked hard to become the leading innovator in the industry, and has secured a number of patents for its innovations. In 2000, LARSON introduced more product innovations to its product line than ever before including the Screen Away Storm door, the first storm door in the market to feature a disappearing retractable screen. In the last 4 years alone, LARSON has filed for 16 patents; six have been granted and ten are pending. The patents range from design ideas to technologies including the Screen Away Storm Door.

Our Commitment

Making a Difference

For LARSON Manufacturing, sharing with the community is part of our culture. For the past 50 years, it has been a corporate mission to promote charitable giving throughout the company. The LARSON Foundation awards grants in the areas of human service, economic development, health, education and cultural enhancement to non-profit charitable organizations in the communities in which we do business. It may be supporting the local Boys and Girls Club, making a generous donation to a city park, helping a student through school, or building a home for a family in need. LARSON holds a time-honored tradition of community support.

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LARSON employees share in this giving spirit. The employees have given generously of their time, energy and financial support to countless charitable events within Brookings and the surrounding communities. LARSON employees volunteer their time to the American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, and Volunteer Service Bank just to name a few.

Giving Back to the Community

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Nationally, LARSON Manufacturing donates more than 3,000 storm doors each year to Habitat for Humanity International, an organization that builds homes for those in need. LARSON is committed to funding the construction of a Habitat Home in each community where the company operates.

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Together, LARSON employees, LARSON Manufacturing, and the LARSON Foundation have given millions to charitable organizations and will continue the effort to make a difference in their communities.

Our People

Every Little Thing Counts.

The driving force behind LARSON's exceptional product quality and service is the employees. From our corporate office in the Midwest to our nationwide distribution system, our employees carry on a proud tradition of superior products and services. As a leader in the industry, we commit to quality people and our people commit to quality products. Experience is part of our culture.

Manufacturing in the USA

LARSON Manufacturing is the largest manufacturer of storm doors and storm windows in the United States. Our company was founded with a strong commitment to quality, integrity and service. These principles are the foundation of our company and living these core values is as essential to our success today as it was in the past.

Customer Service Experience

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When it comes to servicing our customers, it’s our experience that makes us different. Take our customer service department, for instance. The leaders of this department have been with the company for over 25 years each. That means that whether your door is two years old or twenty years old, they can help.

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Request a Brochure

Request LARSON® Storm Doors product brochures

If you’d like more information about LARSON’s storm doors, storm windows or retractable screen doors, please complete the quick form and we’ll send full-color brochures right to your home.

Download our brochures now!

LARSON Storm Doors LARSON Storm Windows LARSON Retractable Screen Doors LARSON Security Doors

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Job Opportunities

Start experiencing your success with Larson Manufacturing!

Explore LARSON’s culture and you’ll see that our outstanding reputation begins with our employees. Larson Manufacturing may be a global company, but this family owned business still feels like a family.

Larson Manufacturing’s position as America’s #1 Selling Storm Door Company is only possible because of the passion, integrity and commitment of our employees. We share the success of the company by appreciating, honoring and rewarding our family of employees with competitive salaries and abundant benefits.

LARSON full time regular employees enjoy the following benefits and perks: