Cabana Door Entry Door
Finish your porch enclosure project with this heavy duty aluminum door that completes your transformation. The Eze-Breeze Cabana Door entry door is light, sleek and modern. Unlike a traditional storm door, the Eze-Breeze Cabana Door entry door is built to be your primary door. There’s no exposed weather stripping or unsightly notches, so when you open your door to invited guests they only see your beautiful new space.
Minimum & Maximum Sizes
Cabana doors are available in several standard sizes but can also be custom made to fit your opening. Custom sized doors must be within the minimum/maximum specifications listed below. All of the listed dimensions are for the actual unit size (a.k.a. make size).
Single Door Sizes
|Standard Widths (actual)||Standard Heights (actual)||Custom Widths (Actual)||Custom Heights (Actual)|
|30"||80" or 96"||22" - 44"||48" - 96"|
Twin Door Sizes
|Standard Widths (actual)||Standard Heights (actual)||Custom Widths (actual)||Custom Heights (actual)|
|72"||80" or 96"||48" - 88"||48" - 96"|
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frequently asked questions
Eze-Breeze Cabana Doors are “called” from the direction of the swing. If your door is to be an outswing door, then you will view the door from the outside and state which side the hinges are on. If the door is to be an inswing, then you view the door from the inside and state which side the hinges are on. All doors are outside mount.
We offer a variety of handsets and deadbolts in popular profiles and finishes for the Cabana Doors at the time of order. You can also purchase your own handsets and deadbolts to match existing hardware on your home.
Most handsets and deadbolts sold across the United States are for 1 3/4″ thick doors. However, the Eze-Breeze entry door is 2″ thick. You may purchase a “Thick Door Extension Kit” to use on any handset or deadbolt you prefer. These are readily available at most home improvement stores and can also be found online from sites like Amazon.
We use a fiberglass screen. The mesh is defined as the number of openings in one square inch of a screen material. Eze-Breeze operating units typically come with 1814 mesh, but we upgrade our customers to 1816 mesh at no additional charge. The 1816 mesh is stronger, while still allowing for great airflow.
We also offer 2020 mesh and BetterVue screens. 2020 mesh keeps even the smallest bugs out of your space, but it also keeps out quite a bit of your breeze. BetterVue screens are great for people who have paid a lot for their view! However, it’s also easier to damage.
The 1816 and 2020 mesh screens both come in charcoal (the majority of customers choose this) or light gray (which resembles aluminum screens). BetterVue screens are only available in charcoal.
Offering up to 75% ventilation, the clean lines and pleasing proportions of these panels complement the style of any home.
FIXED & TRAPEZOID
Fixed units to fill openings too small for operating panels. Trapezoid shape complements angled/gable roofs.