Interior/Exterior Door Installation

Exterior Door InstallationInterior Door InstallationDoor replacement in your home is something homeowners don't always think about when they are considering home improvements. However, if you own an older home you most likely have the the flat panel interior doors. GONE are the days of the boring, flat panel doors!

Interior Door Installation

Today interior doors come in all sizes, styles, and textures. Newer homes generally have interior doors that have, at minumum, an upper and lower raised panel which gives the door a sturdier and more interesting look. A typical home has between 10 to 15 interior doors, and because doors virtually affect every room in your home, replacing the interior doors will give every room in your home an updated look. In most cases, door installation does not require replacing the door frame, so it is a home improvement that won't break the budget.

Exterior Door Installation

If you are looking to add character to the exterior of your home, a new entry door will do just that! Entry doors can range from solid wood to fiberglass and come with an elegant stained glass window or a solid windowless door. You can also choose from simply replacing your existing entry door, to adding elegant side-panels which gives an even bigger WOW factor to the front of your home. Whatever door you choose, entry doors must be stained or painted to weather the same conditions as the exterior of your home including rain, wind, and the hot sun.

Whether interior or exterior, door installation is one of the home improvements you may not want to tackle yourself. You probably already know this if you've ever dealt with poorly hung or ill-fitting doors. Call Mr. D's today for a free estimate on expert door installation.

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