1. Castle-Style Rustic
When you decide to upgrade your entryway door, you may think about numerous specifications. For instance, you may picture decorative glass inserts, a specific color that complements the hue of your home, and secure hardware to protect your family and belongings.
In addition to these considerations, you must also think about one of the most fundamental characteristics of your new entry door: the material. Two of the most common entryway door materials currently on the market are fiberglass and steel.
Each of these materials can work well for most homes, but choosing the right material for your home can provide you with more energy-and-cost efficiency, security, and longevity. In this blog, we provide you with the information you need to evaluate whether a fiberglass or steel door is right for you.
While spring can provide a reprieve from the worst of the wintery weather, warmer temperatures and higher humidity levels can also mean more serious rainstorms. Luckily, spring offers the opportunity for homeowners to evaluate the storm protection on their houses and repair any serious damage inflicted by harsh winter conditions.
One of the most vulnerable pieces of storm-proofing for your home is your entryway storm door. This door is often subject to direct precipitation, ice, and pressure from fallen snow during the winter months.
Take advantage of a clear spring day to assess your storm door and determine whether it needs replacement to weather the storms your area may endure throughout the spring and summer. If your door has significant damage, you may even want to upgrade early to ensure an early winter storm doesn’t take you by surprise later in the year.