Finding Your Front Door

front-door-01A front door needs to be tough to withstand weather and still look good to make a great first impression. Finding those two features in a single door is hard but with the right guide we can help you find your ideal front door.

Let’s assume that you want to replace your front door. First off, ask the question do you really need to replace your front door? You need to know which parts can be replaced. For damaged frame, you’d want to just replace it as a whole because it is the base of your door. Any damage it has can affect its stability. You don’t want it to cause unnecessary injuries to anyone. If the frame is good and the door is damaged, it can easily be replaced with a new one by unscrewing the hinges.

There are different options you can have with most manufacturers. You can have yours customized or just get the available one. Getting a customized door will take time and is usually pricier.

Getting a bespoke door means it is versatile and stylish at the same time. Price is largely dependent on the material used. Some woods can cost for about $2,000 with its frame included. High-gloss sheens are recommended. Make sure the top and bottom are applied with finishing too to avoid swelling.

Steel doors are suited if security is your major criteria. It doesn’t crack and it can easily be repaired. These doors will require a different frame if your previous door is made from wood. Make sure the door is coated with the high-quality finish.

For humid locations, fiberglass-composite doors are your best bet. It is maintenance free and can copy a wooden look and texture. This is cheaper compared to wood and steel doors.

Make sure that you buy only from a single manufacturer for all the parts of your front door. Some are incompatible if not measured correctly.

We hope this article has been helpful. If you have questions just comment below and we’ll be happy to answer it.

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