Double Front Entry Door Replacement

June 11, 2022

When you're considering replacing your home's Double Front Entry door, you have many options. The different materials you can choose from make for a variety of door aesthetics. Some doors feature sidelites and transoms, rounded windows that bring natural light inside. Solid wood and fiberglass doors are popular choices, and steel and fiberglass composite doors are durable and look just like real wood. Fiberglass doors are also patterned so that they replicate wood grain.

Finding the perfect entry door is not as hard as you think. It all starts with knowing the types, options, and materials available. While this process may seem confusing to a novice, the experts can help you make the best choice based on your unique needs and budget. Make sure you have an accurate measurement before you begin shopping. Make sure to know the dimensions of your existing Double Front Entry door so that you can compare the various materials.

Next, you need to decide who is going to install the new door. You can choose to hire the installation service provided by the manufacturer, a professional, or a home improvement store. You can also do the installation yourself. However, it's best to hire a professional to take care of the installation process, since they can create a customized schedule for the installation. Make sure to prepare your home before the installation starts, and keep in mind that a professional installer will likely need to work around other people, such as pets.

Your front entry door has many benefits. It should be secure, aesthetically pleasing, and durable. The door should be made of wood or steel, and be able to withstand the wear and tear that life brings. Older entry doors are often made of wood, and after years of exposure to weather, they can warp, delaminate, and peel. Purchasing a new entry door will make your house look better and last a long time.

To determine the correct size, measure the existing jamb and add 1/2 inch to the height and width of the door frame. You can order a pre-hung door from home centers or lumberyards. Be sure to take measurements and sketch a door swing. When ordering the door, choose a pre-drilled door for a lower price than drilling a new door. Choose hinges and hardware that match the existing ones. Once you have the correct size door, it's time to install the hardware.

You can also use plywood shims to fit larger spaces. Always remember to keep the jambs plumb. The goal is to center the door in the opening. When the door is in the right spot, you can nail it into the framing using three-inch screws. A double-door replacement is an excellent idea if you've been in this situation before. So, get the project started today and enjoy the benefits of new Double Front Entry doors!

Sidelights add another $500 to $2,500 to the cost of a standard installation. Custom work may raise the price. Sidelights are narrow matching windows installed next to the front door and run from the top to bottom of the frame. While the costs of sidelights depend on the size of the opening, they can add beauty to your home's front entrance. Sidelights typically cost an extra $100 to $400 for a six to twelve-foot opening.

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