Replacing an old door or installing a new one seems like a pretty simple decision. After all, it’s just a door, but there’s more to it than that.
First, you need to consider the style of door you want to install, as well as its purpose. For example, if it’s a door to a patio, you’ll need to determine whether you’d like French doors, sliding doors, or even specialty doors. Second, there are a host of materials to choose from, including fiberglass, steel, wood, or even a combination, each with a different feel and weight. Third, there’s whether or not you want to include glass in your door or not, and if so, how much. Doors can be entirely glass, partial, or none—it all depends on your visual interests and how much visibility you want. Finally, there are also security considerations to take into account involving the locking mechanisms of your doors.
Door Installation and Replacement Types
An entry door is the first thing a visitor is going to see when they come to your home, so you want it to convey the right feeling for your home as well as match its style and era. You’ll also need to consider whether a right-handed or left-handed door works better for the opening, while also considering the door’s width. Generally, entry doors come in standard widths of 30, 32, and 36 inches, with a standard height of 80 inches and 1¾-inch thickness.
Depending on your needs, you’ll also want to think about what material you want your entry door to have. For example, steel doors are great for protecting against break-ins, while fiberglass doors are very energy-efficient and offer a high-insulation factor when compared to a wooden door. On the other hand, wood doors deliver a high-end finished look to your home, especially when they’re stained to bring out the details in the grain.
Whatever your goal, we can help you create the front door feel you’ve always wanted.
A lot of homeowners forgo installing a storm door for the sake of aesthetics, but they actually serve several purposes.
Contrary to its name, one of the best times to enjoy a storm door is when the weather is nice. Not only can you open your entry door to allow light and fresh air into the house, but you can keep bugs out at the same time. Storm doors also provide an extra layer of insulation value by creating a pocket that keeps warm air in and cold air out during extreme temperatures. Not to mention that they’ll also protect your door against rain, ice, and snow. They also give you greater visibility to your front yard if you want to keep an eye on your children or pets.
Patio doors have become a catch-all term that covers any type of door that opens to your garden or patio area. Standard patio doors are 6 feet, 8 inches tall. Their width varies based on whether they’re a two- or three-panel configuration.
Sliding doors are great when you’re dealing with restricted space and want to avoid having a door protruding into your room. They’re easy to open and close, offer a lot of natural light and views, and can be installed with a screen to keep bugs out while you enjoy the outdoors. Marvin has a wide selection of sliding patio doors for you to choose from.
Commonly found in homes featuring a traditional architectural style, are the ever-popular French doors. Typically coming in pairs, French doors are often glass-paned double doors that are hinged to open either inward or outward. With their wider door frame, these doors will let more light into your house than sliding doors, but come at a higher price. No matter your taste, you’ll be able to select from a great variety of hardware styles to complement your décor.
If none of the above door styles fit your needs, there’s always the specialty door route. Maybe you’d like a custom accordion (bi-fold) door or a space-saving pocket door in your home. Interior barn doors have also become extremely popular, which offers a rustic and flexible approach for interior doors, as opposed to a traditional hinged door. If you have a vision for what you’d like, we’ll help you create it. Whether you’re looking for interior or exterior door installation, our experts will help you every step of the way.
Understanding the Marvin Door’s Difference
In a saturated market, we understand that there are a lot of door manufacturers to choose from. Yet unlike others, Marvin Doors really do deliver a difference, and we’re here to tell you why. Contact us to learn more about door installation in Gap, PA. with this great line of door products.
Marvin Doors use the same glass options that come with their high-quality windows, which means that they will help cool your house in the summer and warm it up in the winter. Marvin’s fiberglass doors stand up to the harshest weather, provide great insulating qualities, and they meet or exceed ENERGY STAR® guidelines.
Marvin offers doors to complement your home style that will make you the envy of your neighborhood. With endless sizes, styles, and configurations, you’ll have the largest selection to choose from in the industry.
From their premium hardware to their stainless steel rollers, to their fiberglass door sills, Marvin Doors are all about quality. Their fiberglass and aluminum products meet the toughest AAMA 2605 standard. Handcrafted in America, Marvin has been crafting quality doors for more than 100 years.
The Marvin Warranty
Glass components come with a 20-year warranty for sizes up to 60 square feet, and a 10-year warranty for sizes 60 square feet and larger. Hardware and non-glass components are warranted for 10 years. Exterior aluminum cladding finishes are warranted for 20 years, while anodized finishes come with a 5-year warranty. With any Marvin product, you’ll get quality backed by a great warranty.
Therma-Tru doors are durable, reliable, and high quality at affordable prices. When paired with genuine Therma-Tru components, these doors are a complete system engineered to work well for years to come. We would love to help you find the perfect doors to compliment your home and preferences, and with countless styles to choose from, you can’t go wrong with Therma-Tru doors.
Why Use Twin Brook for Door Replacement & Door Installation near Gap, PA?
We handle every aspect of your door replacement or door installation project. From the initial estimate, all the way through to completion, Twin Brook handles it all. If something comes up and you’d like an answer, you have only one source to call—us. Home renovations and remodels are our passion, so you’ll get a team of dedicated craftsmen to giving you the best outcome.
Your Projects Get Done Quick
With a full-time staff and access to sub-contractor specialists, we ensure your job will get done on time.
Your Projects Get Done Right
We won’t leave until you’re completely satisfied with the door installation or door replacement job. We pride ourselves on our workmanship and won’t compromise quality.
Customers We’ve Helped Before
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Just give us a call or drop us a message. We’ll talk with you about your door replacement or installation, share ideas, and get your new door in place fast.