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Washington County Homeowners: Considering a New Storm Door?

Sometimes just a simple storm door replacement can make all the difference to the curb appeal of your residence

Storm door substitution can add an accenting shade, increase the ventilation, or just keep the bugs outside of your Washington County home.  New aluminum combo storm and screen doors are sold in an array of colors with numerous optional finishes for the hardware.  A maintenance free outer on an extruded aluminum self-storing door might be just the answer.  The amount of glass and how the screen works are a few of the options you will have to consider.  Full view doors offer all of the glass you need to highlight your entrance door and provide more than adequate air flow if desired. 

 

New aluminum combination storm and screen doors are available in an array of shades with several optional finishes for the hardware.Maybe the three quarter view is the appearance you would like, plenty of glass but still some door coverage at the bottom.  Storm doors today can provide a little better security than the ones from years past.  Mortise locks and deadbolts are popular, with dual closers, decorative glass, and roll screens, becoming standards in Washington County.

 

The old wooden combo storm and screen doors are being replaced with new extruded aluminum storm doors, wood cored vinyl doors, or even steel security doors.  It is very commonplace for the wooden storm door to be warped to the point that it won’t close, won’t open or doesn’t seal at all.  Many Washington County homeowners are afraid to open their entry doors in the summer for fresh air in fear that bugs will end up inside of the house or that mosquitoes at night may carry them away.  Replacing that storm door is an easy way to change the look and functionality of your place.

 

It has become very usual for us to install a contrasting shade storm door on the front of Washington County dwellings today.  Add an accentuating shade, make it pop, it may be all you require. Maybe you need to have more air flow in the residence or maybe you just want to show off that brand new front entry system you had us install.  Our full view selection of doors can accomplish that for you.  Some are available with a full screen replacement when needed and others now come with a screen that rolls up at the top of the door.  No more substituting out the storm for the screen in the summer months and vice versa going into winter.

 

As with most Washington County honey-do improvement projects the installation is important.  Storm doors must fit correctly into the openings so as to be the first barrier to the wind and the keep the insects out.   A properly fitting storm door will add efficiency to that entry door.  If the sweep at the bottom of the door it installed right it will help seal the door at the bottom.  If the door binds when closing or doesn’t latch tightly, you might just want to look at the way the storm door was installed.

 

Extruded aluminum, wooden cored vinyl skinned, wood cored aluminum skinned, steel, and wood storms are all available for homeowners to consider.  Color, maintenance, glass, and screen operation are all things to contemplate before buying. Some doors today come with factory installed blinds, shades, grids, or even etched, beveled or colored glass.

 

Call Preferred Window & Doors for a FREE estimate for the purchase and installation of a new storm door.

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