A new entry door will make your home more secure, more comfortable, and it looks great. It will also save you money on the heating and cooling of your home.
Maryland Home Improvement Company installs the best doors in the business for less.
If you have been considering replacement doors Maryland Home Improvement Company will replace them with high quality new doors. We will explain the options available to you so that you can make an informed decision when you choose your new doors. A simple phone call is all that it takes to start the process. Give us a call at 410-719-9600.
Entry doors come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are made of different materials.
The typical front entry door of today is made of steel or fiberglass but looks like a traditional wood door. Using steel adds security to your home and is able to withstand the elements better requiring less maintenance. Fiberglass is also more weather resistant and can be made to look exactly like stained wood.
Modern patio doors are usually either vinyl sliding glass doors or french doors. Vinyl sliding glass doors come in a variety of colors and can be made with blinds between the glass panes. French doors can be wood, steel, or fibergalss and come with double pane insulated glass.×
Storm doors come in a variety of styles and are typically made of aluminum.
A full view storm door means that there is a full length glass panel that has to be physically changed out if you want a screen in it. The unused panel of glass or screen is then stored for future use. A ventilating style means that there are 2 glass panels and 1-2 screen panels in the door at the same time. The glass panel moves up or down in order to reveal the screen. This is convenient if you want to get cross ventilation in the house without the inconvenience of removing and storing a glass or screen panel. Rollscreen is a relatively new hybrid of the full view and ventilating storm doors. The screen is connected to the top window of the storm door, and when not in use it automatically rolls up on a tensioned dowel in the top of the door. This gives you a full-view door when the screen is not in use, and a ventilating door when it is.×