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Looking for a new door? With the internet as well as local sources, there’s no end of options available. But a door can be a big investment, and you want to make sure that you’re making the right choice. For the money you’re putting out, you’re probably looking for a door that’s both beautiful and durable so that it can last for years without needing to be replaced again. This can be trickier to find, especially when you have to sift through all the options.
Home improvements like a new door and installation are an investment, and many homeowners on a budget are afraid to spend too much. Because of this, DIY door installations have begun to rise in popularity. The idea is that homeowners will only have to pay for the door and not the installation. Plus, it can make a homeowner feel quite accomplished if they’re able to do a successful DIY project.
Are you an Orange County, CA, homeowner or just a homeowner in general considering whether or not to replace doors before other home improvement projects?
We don’t blame you. Here at Today’s Entry Doors, we’ve been helping folks in your position for over thirty years. It’s what we do. Let’s walk through the four chief reasons to take this step so that you’re well informed moving forward.
Do you know the biggest complaint homeowners have with replacement door companies and other home services contractors?
It’s not delays or ordering mistakes, frustrating as those can sometimes be.
No, what really irritates homeowners is a failure to communicate about the status of the project. There is too much silence between signing your contract and installation day.
At Today’s Entry Doors of Orange County, crystal clear communication is our calling card. We have designed a professional process to communicate with you every step of the way.
Our process also eliminates many issues before they become problems. But if they do become problems, we’re 100% transparent with you about what happened and when it will be solved.
In the world of doors, fiberglass and steel often become lumped together. They’re both considered alternatives to wood doors. They’re both incredibly strong, meaning that you’ll have better security than you might with other doors. But fiberglass and steel doors are not equal in terms of quality, and it’s likely that one is better for your Orange County home than the other. How can you know which is the best for you? In today’s blog, let’s break down the pros and cons of both fiberglass and steel doors.
Telling the difference between a wood door from a fiberglass door may sound easy enough, but you’d be surprised at how many people get this wrong. Can you tell the difference?
When you’re on the search for a new door, you aren’t obligated to stick to the same style of door you had before. There are a number of styles out there from contemporary to traditional to styles that fall somewhere in between. You can find something quirky or something stately. But what option is the right choice for you? Today we’ll break down three popular door options so you can determine the difference and which is the right choice for your home.
Today, it’s easier than ever to learn a new skill. Rather than paying hundreds of dollars and putting in hours upon hours taking a class, you can find tutorials on YouTube that can teach you anything from a new hairstyle to bushcraft to, yes, DIY door installations. And this can seem tempting if you’re intimidated by the cost of a replacement entry door. The theoretical appeal of a DIY entry door installation is that you’ll only have to pay for the cost of the door itself, not the installation. It can also seem like an exciting adventure if you’re interested in becoming handier.
Installing an entry door with a window can create a beautiful effect, and it can even make your doorway more energy efficient. But installing a door with a window brings about concerns, too, especially when it comes to home security. Even if your door is sturdy, the window could be smashed, making it easier for home invaders to open your door.