Your entry door requires a little more strength than your back door, which
may only be a sliding door. Entry doors need to have a little more strength
and style to truly protect and represent you and your family.
Determine Your Preferred Material
Doors are made in several different materials, typically wood, fiberglass,
aluminum, and steel. Each material has different features and maintenance
requirements that may influence your choice in a new door. Steel doors
are very strong and will be your best choice if security is a concern.
Fiberglass doors are great in the humid climate of Orlando, and they require
no maintenance. Wood doors are some of the most common, though they may
require some maintenance to stay in good shape through the years. Aluminum
doors will never rust, and they typically come with a long warranty.
Consider Your Personal Style
Choosing a new door will also be determined by the type of door and size
you desire. As you have a choice between sliding doors and French doors
to reach your backyard, you also have a choice of what entry door you
would like. Typically, entry doors come in a single panel or French doors.
If you choose French doors, then be aware that your doorframe will probably
need to be altered to accommodate the enhanced size. Single panels can
also be custom-made or fit a standard-size doorframe.
Find the Right Hardware and Features
choosing your new entry door also comes down to the type of hardware and potential features you want.
Door handles, door colors, and accent window panels will influence how
your entry door looks. There are many types of window glass to install
in your door, such as frosted, leaded, and other styles. There are also
many color options, including paints, stains, and various types of finishes
that may change the look of your door.
Window World is your place to shop for window installations and new doors in Orlando.
We pride ourselves on our wide selection available to our customers. Please
visit us online or call us at (407) 734-2996 to sample our selection.