Common Types of Exterior Doors
When you think of exterior doors, you probably envision a home’s front door. However, there are other types of doors that fall into this category. If you’re interested in upgrading your New England home’s energy efficiency, security, and curb appeal, here are some of the exterior doors that you might want to consider:
The days of wood doors that swell and warp have mostly passed, as new options have emerged that offer better durability and performance. The most common types of front doors available are fiberglass and steel. Fiberglass doors are resistant to rotting, swelling, and denting and provide a realistic look of real wood. Steel doors offer unmatched security and last much longer than wood doors.
The next most common exterior door project is replacing old and inefficient patio doors. Vinyl sliding and hinged (French) doors are extremely versatile and easy to operate, and they’re able to perform year after year no matter how harsh the climate. Vinyl is also an exceptional option for reducing heat transfer, which can improve your home’s energy efficiency.
If you want an extra level of protection for your front entrance, a storm door can add to its security while shielding against the elements. You can even choose options with interchangeable glass or screen panels so you can adjust for the seasons.
The Door Installation Experts
NEWPRO provides high-performance exterior door installation services and offers exceptional product options for a fair price. We also back our work with ironclad product and labor warranties to give our customers added peace of mind.
If you’d like to schedule a free consultation at your New England home and learn more about the exterior doors we offer, contact NEWPRO today.