Home Services: Doors
Better Homes & Gardens Home Services: Doors
Having issues with your doors at home? Don’t stress! Whether your garage door needs repaired, your front door needs to be replaced, a shower door needs installed, or your sliding door broke, we can connect you to contractors in your area to help you with repairs, upgrading your doors, updating the look of your home with new garage doors, and more.
We recommend leaving interior, exterior, and garage door repairs or replacements to the professionals. With Better Homes & Gardens Home Services, simply complete the form and receive free quotes from local contractors to help you fix your door problem.
Garage Door Repairs
Did your teenager back into your garage door? Maybe your garage door becomes a victim of hail, or you are simply ready to increase the curb appeal of your home. Whatever the reason may be, when it comes to garage doors you have a few items to think about when it comes to repairs and replacements: garage door styles, motors, and garage door opener options. When it comes to the door itself, size and design are the primary components to consider. With so many garage door styles to choose from such as carriage, glass, paneled, barn style, Spanish style, and more, it is best to have an idea of what style will best complement your home’s look. And if you have larger items to store, don’t forget to ask your contractor about oversized garage doors for boats and RVs.
Better Homes & Gardens Tip: We highly suggest investing in a belt drive for a quiet open.
Installing Shower Doors
Ditch your drab shower curtain and create a spa-like bathroom with one simple upgrade: a sleek glass shower door. From upscale frameless shower doors to chrome, brushed nickel, oil rubbed bronze, or black framed shower doors, you’re sure to find the perfect fit for your space. Search for a contractor today to install a new, full-length, or tub-shower door.
Replace Cabinet Doors for a Whole New Look
Tired of your not-so-new honey oak cupboards from decades ago? Freshen up your kitchen on a budget by simply replacing your cabinet doors. This easy fix is not only cost effective but will turn your kitchen into the modern space you’ve been dreaming of.
Better Homes & Gardens Tip: Don’t forget to upgrade your cabinet hardware too—it makes all the difference.
Exterior Door Replacement for Added Appeal
Are you looking to enhance your home’s curb appeal? We’ve got an easy solution for you. Your home’s focal point is often your front door. If your front door is dull and outdated, could use some new paint, or flat out needs replaced, we can help you find a contractor in your area. First, decide if your front entry is a single or double door. Then choose from exterior door styles including farmhouse, Dutch doors, craftsman, contemporary, glass, 5-panel, traditional, French country, iron, and more. From there, you’ll need to decide if you’d rather paint or stain your front exterior door.
Better Homes & Gardens Tip: Don’t forget to complete the look with new door hardware and a seasonal wreath!
Interior Door Styles
If you’re renovating your home, chances are you’re replacing old, worn out interior doors. From pocket doors and closet doors to bedroom and bathroom doors, it can be an overwhelming task. A general contractor can help make it much easier on you and your family. Your professional handyman can help you choose from a long list of interior door styles including French doors, barn doors, two-panel, three-panel, four-panel, five-panel, six-panel, craftsman, smooth surface, textured surface; the list goes on and on. Your contractor can also help you choose the right hardware for passive or private doors.
Sliding Door Repair and Replacement
Create a light, bright, and airy atmosphere in your home with a large sliding door leading out to your deck, porch, or patio. A local handyman can repair your existing door or tear out your current door and replace it with the correct-size sliding door. If you’re looking for a decorative interior door to cover a doorway, we recommend a sliding barn door for the ultimate farmhouse feel.
Let the Outdoors In by Installing Storm Doors
Storm doors let the fresh air flow indoors while the screen keeps pesky bugs from getting in. From aluminum and wood to vinyl and iron, a local contractor can help you decide which material and design style best fits your needs.
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