My front entry door has two large sidelites, which long ago had some sort of covers over them (storm windows). They are no longer there, but as a result, the weather has started to take its toll on the paint. I want to remove the paint, caulk/seal, repaint, and then put new full-length tempered glass covers to help keep some of the water and weather off. The main door has a storm door over top of it and it looks phenomenal as a result. I know there were covers there before, because there is still a frame attached. Id like to use that frame again, since it is square and true, and both sides are consistent. What Im looking at is below: Because these will only be a frame and are a long length (84"+), Im looking to use tempered glass. It is about the same cost as plexiglas and will be more rigid and stay straight. I like that thin frame shown in the pictures, because it doesn't obstruct the glass or make the opening look smaller. The existing frame is screwed into the structure behind it, but directly behind where the frame would sit in the recess, there is nothing, so some fastening system can be applied there. Im just not as creative in these things as others on here. Any recommendations?