Hello all. Although I've been trolling around this site for the past year or so, this is the first time I've submitted a post. About two years ago I bought a nice old 1870 (or there-a-bouts) classic Georgian farmhouse in West-Central PA. Although it hasn't been maintained well for many years, it hasn't been buggered up too badly either. Anyhow, the side (main) entry has a good old wooden storm door with divided glass insert. The original screen insert is no-where to be found. I've been looking for a screen insert that will fit it at auctions and wherever I see stacks of old doors. The issue took on more urgency earlier this summer when a chipmunk entered my house and started running amok (because I had the door propped open to cool the interior). Low and behold, about two weeks ago I was driving through the center of town and a neighbor had the identical wooden door with both the glass and screen insert sitting on the curb with a 'FREE' sign taped to it! I couldn't pull over fast enough! Though missing the screen and the strips that hold in the screen, the insert was a perfect fit. I took the insert to a local refinishing shop and they stripped it for me for free. Well, I actually traded the stripping work for an old oak dresser I picked up at auction for $5... almost free. I'll be cutting the screen securing strips this weekend and then painting the insert to match the door. There's actually still a local hardware store that will install the screeen (properly stretched and tensioned) for $15. I'm very much looking forward to getting this screen insert installed! So I would say to anyone looking for an insert for their storm door, "Keep looking!". They're out there. Spring clean up day, auctions, architectural salvage... those are all good places to find what you need for your old house! I'm still looking for a Monitor Top refrigerator, farmhouse sink, side-fill clawfoot tub... and the list goes on !