Full Lite Frame Kit
Replacement Door Glass Frames
Frame kit with inner and outer frames, screws and screw caps. High performance plastic replacement frames resist cracking, warping, and discoloring due to heat and sunlight.
Style: Full Lite (rectangular)
- Frame outside dimensions: 24" x 66" (replaces frames 23 1/2" to 24" wide and 65 1/2" to 66" tall)
- Fits glass: 22" wide, 64" tall, select 1" or 1/2" thick glass
- This size is typically found on narrow (30" and narrower) doors
- Frame outside dimensions: 22" x 66" (replaces frames 21 1/2" to 22" wide and 65 1/2" to 66" tall)
- Fits glass: 20" wide, 64" tall, select 1/2" or 1" thick glass
NOTE: DOUBLE CHECK GLASS THICKNESS. For how to measure click here.
Does not include glass (see our door glass section if you would like to purchase with glass).
Our kit makes installation easy and quick. Frame kits come pre-caulked with non-sticky caulking that will never run or leak onto the door. All you need to install the glass kit into your door is a screwdriver to secure the inside frame to the outer frame, sandwiching the glass into place. More on installation.
Material & Painting/Staining (detailed painting instructions included in box):
Standard Profile Tan and White frames for 1/2" and 1" thick glass are made of a high quality polycarbonate and ABS plastic blend (PC/ABS). These are "High Heat" frames that are ideal if your door faces the sun or is behind a storm door that traps heat. Frames can be painted or stained without a primer. They can also be left tan or white unfinished and are "maintenance free" meaning they won't crack or discolor even without paint or stain. The tan frames are a better option if you plan to stain your frames, as they will provide a more wood-like background color and will require fewer coats of stain.
Flat Profile (also known as Shaker) frames are made of a high grade polypropylene and are also maintenance free, so they do not require paint. They are a big upgrade from the traditional polystyene frames and can handle all but the most extreme of heat conditions. If you do choose to paint or stain these frames, you will need a special adhesion promoting primer, which can be found in our paint section, alongside a curated selection of great paint colors that are specially formulated for doors & door glass frames.