Exterior Doors and Windows
Not only a great way to improve energy efficiency, these renovations are a great way to improve your homes curb appeal.
Entry doors must be tough enough to withstand wind, rain, scorching sun, and would-be intruders, yet handsome enough to make a good first impression. There are new wood doors that resist the elements better than earlier versions, as well as metal and fiberglass ones that look like wood but provide greater security and often cost less.
Purchasing and installing new windows isn’t a casual proposition. You’ll find a dizzying range of styles and materials to choose from, including wood-framed double-hungs, vinyl sliders and clad casements that can be installed in virtually limitless sizes and combinations. Talk to a Window Specialist for guidelines on choosing windows that deliver the improvements you want and feature window styles that enhance your home, rather than clash with it.
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Our Project Specialists will help you work through all the options out there. Do you want lots of light or only a small decorative window? A double door or sidelights? Clear glass or frosted? And then there is the door itself. Wood is still a popular option with many beautiful and decorative choices, but steel doors can be more practical. And then there are fiberglass doors as well. Our specialists can walk you through all of the options so that you get the right door for your project.
As with doors, the choices for windows can seem overwhelming. Between double hung, single hung, awning style, sliding, casement and fixed there are lots of choices. And there are still bay and bow options for larger windows as well. But there are more choices our Project Experts will walk you through such as wood, vinyl clad wood, vinyl, aluminum, and Low-E argon. Once you’ve made these choices you still have options with internal screens, decorative grills and more. Our project specialists can help you though all of these choices through their experience and training.
Being half of each, the Garden Patio Door gives you the option of full length window ventilation with the look of a door. The venting side is completely screened and easy to operate.
If you’re not sure about sacrificing space by having an operating door swing into your room, the sliding patio door is the way to go. With many grill features similar to garden doors available along with internal mini blinds and more, either option offers great looks, efficiency and ease of use.