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How to Choose the Right Door for Your Home

Choose the Right Door for Your Home
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Ollie

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The front door is the first thing guests see when they come to your home, so it’s important to choose one that makes a good impression. But with so many different types of doors on the market, how do you know which one is right for you? In this blog post, we’ll break down the pros and cons of four popular types of doors—wooden, upvc, metal, and composite—to help you make an informed decision.

Wooden Doors

Wooden doors have a classic look that never goes out of style. They’re also relatively easy to customize; you can paint or stain them in any color you like. However, wooden doors require more maintenance than other types of doors; they need to be sanded and repainted or stained every few years to keep them looking their best. Wood is also susceptible to rot, so if you live in an area with high humidity or frequent storms, a wooden door may not be the best choice.

Upvc Doors

Upvc doors are made from a type of plastic that is strong and durable. They’re available in a variety of colors and styles, and they’re low-maintenance; they don’t require painting or staining. Upvc doors are also weather-resistant, so they’re a good choice for homes in areas with high humidity or frequent storms. However, upvc doors can be prone to warping in extreme heat, so if you live in a hot climate, another type of door may be a better choice.

Metal Doors

Metal doors are strong and durable; they won’t warp or rot like wood doors can. They’re also fire-resistant and low-maintenance; you won’t need to paint or stain them. Metal doors are available in a variety of styles, including steel, aluminum, and bronze. However, metal doors can dent and scratch more easily than other types of doors. They can also be noisy when opening and closing, which may not be ideal if you have young children who need to sleep during the day.

Composite Doors

Composite doors are made from several different materials—usually wood, plastic, metal, and glass—that are bonded together to create a strong, durable door. Composite doors won’t warp or rot like wooden doors can, and they’re low-maintenance; you won’t need to paint or stain them. Composite doors come in a variety of styles and colors, so you can find one that matches the look of your home perfectly. However, composite doors can be more expensive than other types of doors.

There are a lot of factors to consider when choosing a new door for your home. We hope this blog post has helped give you some clarity on the pros and cons of each type of door. If you have any further questions about which type of door is right for you, please don’t hesitate to contact us; we’d be happy to help!

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