The Spectrum™ Storm Door Offers Enhanced Security to Homes in Southeastern Michigan

Spectrum Storm Door Macomb Township MI

Did you recently replace your front door and are looking for a way to ensure it stays protected? When you pair an entry door with a storm door, you can have absolute peace of mind knowing that your home will remain protected and will also become more energy efficient. Pure Energy Window Company proudly installs a number of storm doors for homeowners, but our most impressive is our Spectrum™ storm door.

Why a Storm Door?

There are plenty of reasons why residents across Southeastern Michigan choose to cover their front doors with storm doors. Of course, the most obvious motive is in the name; this door helps keep your front door and home protected from inclement weather. However, it also serves as an extra layer of protection between your home and the outdoors, improving energy efficiency and minimizing drafts. Plus, on warm days, you can open your front door and let sunlight pour into your home through the all-glass design of a storm door.

The Spectrum

We’ve chosen to offer the Spectrum storm door because it’s chock-full of many amazing features. Some key ones include:

  • An InVent™ retractable screen system for instant protection from insects
  • Tempered safety glass
  • An extruded aluminum frame that is several inches thick for added durability
  • A triple-seal bottom sweep to eliminate drafts

Professional Installation

Whether you’re replacing an old storm door or this is your first time having one on your home, Pure Energy will expertly install it so that it perfectly covers your entry door. Unlike other companies who hire subcontractors, we have our own team of highly skilled technicians who have plenty of experience installing doors, so you can feel confident in us and our work.

Contact Pure Energy Window Company today to learn more about our Spectrum storm door, or come see it in person at our showroom. We’re also happy to schedule a consultation at your home in Southeastern Michigan.