Major home improvement store websites, classified ads, local hardware store advertisements and eBay.com provide shoppers with opportunities to find discounts on storm doors. Surplus building supply stores, such as Habitat For Humanity ReStores, also sometimes have storm doors in like-new condition.
Lowes and Home Depot also sell discounted storm doors. Sometimes, such stores also put on seasonal sales that provide shoppers who make purchases right before the wet season or during the drier months with substantial savings.
Ebay.com sellers sometimes require customers to pick up doors rather than ship them due to prohibitive shipping costs. Building supply stores sometimes have surplus sections that feature products that customers have ordered and returned that the stores then offer at a discount. Local hardware stores usually have very limited selections of storm doors.
Signing up for home improvement store mailing lists, such as the one offered by Lowes, can provide customers with access to coupons of various types and amounts. Craigslist is a valuable tool for discount storm doors because purchasers can search for both new and used doors. Contractors or homeowners who have recently remodeled and bought too many building supplies may be able to offer a large discount, and it is also advisable to ask them if there is a surplus section at the local large chain home improvement stores.