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Last fall I did some repair work on a 110-year-old house. Installing new hardware in the double entry doors was pretty straightforward; replacing the ancient aluminum storm doors wasn't. The opening was 54x88 inches, requiring two narrow but extra-tall storm doors, so a special order would be expensive and take a long time to get. I told the customers I could build and install a pair of wood doors for about the same price as custom-made aluminum doors. That way, they could get the size they needed and the color they wanted without having to wait a long time. OCTOBER JLC 1997 00 This pair of combination storm doors replace a set of 1960s-era aluminum doors (inset), which looked out