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Entry Doors: Which One is Right for Your Home?

Entry Doors: Which One is Right for Your Home?

Your front door offers people the first impression of your home. Replacing your entry door gives you a fast and dramatic curb-appeal upgrade in Greenfield and can make a big difference when it comes to the style of your home. Whether you need a replacement door because yours isn’t working correctly or you’re interested in upgrading materials or getting windows for more light, you have many choices.

Of course everyone desires to have a beautiful front door, but the function of your entry door isn’t something you should forget. Your front door needs to hold up to the weather in Greenfield and be strong enough to keep your home protected. The good news is that you have the ability to have the best of both worlds—beauty and function—no matter which door material you go with. Speaking of door materials, let’s go over the basics of each kind: wood, steel and fiberglass.

Wood Entry Doors

Wood doors are a stunning classic. No matter what your style is, there’s a wood door for you. They can be easy to maintain and have the ability to hold up for a very long time in the Greenfield weather.

Steel Entry Doors

Steel doors provide a great option for a variety of high-end styles. Not to mention that more often than not, they can be a very affordable choice.

Fiberglass Entry Doors

Fiberglass entry doors are quickly rising as a new choice for homeowners. They usually require very little maintenance. They come in a range number of styles—from smooth for painting to very realistic wood grain.

No matter which style of entry door suits your style and budget, be certain to look for ENERGY STAR® certification when comparing doors. For help comparing materials of entry doors and finding out what’s a good choice for your home, give us a shout at (413) 829-0299 or stop by our showroom in Greenfield to visit with our team.


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