I called to make an appointment, and a salesperson from the store was out a few evenings later. Because Sahara was local, I was excited to see how competitive their prices would be. The salesperson took a few measurements, and sat down to discuss options with my wife and me. After asking us a few basic questions ("did you want it to have split windows?") the saleperson pulled out a brochure and pointed to one of the more expensive options. He said we could go with the less expensive options, but they weren't as high quality. My wife asked in what way the quality was lacking. The salesperson responded "well, you get nicer hardware options, and . . . well, it's just better. I think it's just a better door." Naturally, it was disappointing to hear that the company's representative couldn't outline any benefits of one product over another. After explaining that we didn't want to spend 700 dollars on a screen door, I had expected to discuss other lower-priced options. The salesperson, clearly seeing that this wasn't worth his time, quickly handed us a folder with his card and left. He didn't even move to shake our hands on the way out. The cap to the whole experience came when my wife found the SAME door he was selling, online, for a much lower price. We won't be doing business with Sahara.