Entry doors come in a large variety of styles and functions. Bathe your entry way in light by choosing a solid door with glass panes. Are you concerned with security? Solid wood or steel doors can contribute to the protection your family needs. Fiberglass doors are durable, and provide good insulation with an optional wood look.
Interior doors are important components of your home, for both privacy and aesthetics. Choosing a new door takes both thought and research. Material, style, door swing and sound proofing are important features of a new door. Our home improvement experts will measure your doorways and help you choose the perfect door for your home.
Whether you are building, remodeling, or just replacing – the style of door you choose is important to the overall look of your home.
Panel doors are a popular option for most residential interior doors due to the large variety of styles available. Rectangular or square patterns can range from one large panel to eight or more panels. Glass inserts can add a decorative touch and come in a wide variety of choices.
French doors are known for adding a dramatic look to any entryway. They are normally full glass or paned with glass inserts. They work great in home offices, second living rooms or areas that will benefit from the open-air feel of glass. Typically, they are configured with two hinge-hung doors that swing towards one another.
Bi-fold doors are a set of interior doors that fold into each other and are mounted and hung from a track. Bedroom closets, pantries, and laundry rooms benefit from this type of door since they work well in small spaces.
Flush doors offer a more contemporary look and are typically constructed of MDF or plywood. They are in-expensive and can be painted to match walls or woodwork. Completely flat, they have no details, glass or panels.
While more expensive than most interior doors, solid wood is durable and classic. These doors can be made from a variety of wood, including: cherry, mahogany, pine and maple. While beautiful, they are not recommended for bathrooms because of their propensity to warp.
Medium density fiberboard is an engineered product that comprises most interior doors. While it has no grain for staining, it is durable and won’t warp like whole wood doors.
The least expensive option for interior doors, hollow core is made of plywood or a composite. Hollow on the inside, it is ineffective as a barrier for sound or temperature.
Solid core doors are more effective for controlling sound and temperature. Filled with a wood fiber blend, they have a solid interior, with an exterior layer made of plywood or molded composite.
Modern, with a light feel, metal and glass doors make a statement. Affordable and easy to maintain, these doors are excellent for rooms that don’t require privacy.