Got a storm door that keeps slamming shut instead of closing smoothly and quietly? It started doing that just about the time cold weather set in. Right? When you took out your summer screens and put in storm-door windows, you didn’t think about the weight difference. Glass weighs a lot more than screen, and that extra weight is going to cause your door to slam shut unless you tune things up a mite. That pee-nu-matic tube way up near the top is called a ?door closer.? On the end is a small screw. Turn it clockwise. Your door will close slower, and won’t slam shut. Next spring, when it’s time for screens again, turn it counterclockwise so it closes a bit faster with the lighter weight. While the screens are out, see if they need fixing. Tomorrow we’ll tell you how to rescreen them so they’re tighter than a pair of wet leather chaps drying by the campfire.