Intune wrote:You're up in Maine, so make sure your replacement door is double-paned to stand up to your harsh winters. Not a good idea to cut corners when it comes to windows and doors. We have an Andersen sliding door leading to our back deck that's worked flawlessly for years and years, and I can't recommend this brand highly enough. Of course, they come standard with double insect screen doors for summer use as well. If interested, call your nearest Andersen dealer (should be easy to find online) and they can probably recommend a contractor, too. Surely not the cheapest brand, but if you're going to be living in that house for awhile it makes sense to invest in a high quality product.
Good advice. Glassy, if you lived closer I'd install it for you. Google "general contractors westbrook. maine". Check out references on line (Yelpppp et.al.), make sure they are licensed. Get a couple of quotes.