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5 Things to Consider Before Buying Wooden Exterior Doors

by:Casen     2020-04-26
Just as you would create a shopping list before you head out to the grocery store, you should create a list of features you want in your wooden exterior doors before you open your wallet. This will help you narrow down the selection to include only the doors that are right for your budget, style and home. The good news is that you've already decided on buying wooden doors as opposed to fiberglass or some other material. So, we've already narrowed the selection down some. Budget Wooden exterior doors can be a bit more expensive than other types of doors because they are made of a solid natural resource. But, they are also more substantial and have greater insulating properties than other doors, so you're getting more for your money. Wooden doors vary in price based on many factors (including type of wood, shape, installation and design). If money is no object, you can go for an extremely dense wood with an arched shape and an ornate design - and have someone install the entire thing for you. On the other hand, if you're on a tight budget, you'll want to scale it back a bit. Type of Wood The type of wood will dictate the look of the door. If you get a knotty pine or a distressed wood, it'll give your home a rustic feel. Or, if you opt for a richly stained mahogany, your house will instantly seem more traditional. One important fact to consider when choosing the type of wood for your door is density. Less dense woods like pine tend to also be less expensive, but their insulating and noise canceling properties are reduced. If you want a very dense wood, like mahogany, expect to pay a premium. Shape If you're replacing an existing door on a tight budget, your best bet is probably to just choose the same kind of door. Otherwise, you could spend a lot more on framing. If you have a few extra bucks or if you're building your home from the ground up, you can consider a fancy shape like an arch or maybe a double doorway. Installation Entry doors are usually sold as door systems, which just means that they come pre-hung in a frame and sometimes are even predrilled for the knob and deadbolt. If you are handy, you may consider grabbing a friend to help you with the installation. If you don't trust yourself, it's okay to hire a contractor. As long as you're just replacing an existing door of the same size, it shouldn't be a major expensive project. Another thing to note about installation: there are left and right hinged wooden exterior doors. Take the time to choose the right one for your space. There's nothing worse than being stuck with a door that opens the wrong way. Design Again, if you're on a budget, stick with the simplest design. If not, you can go wild picking out different finishes and d?锟絚or options. You might choose a stained glass window with metal accents or an intricately carved solid wood door. If you have the funds, you can get really creative here. Just keep in mind that most suppliers don't stock the fancier wooden exterior doors, so it'll probably have to be custom made - which means adding a few weeks on to your wait time. Whether you're building a new home or just replacing your old door, picking out wooden exterior doors can be fun if you know what you want. It's kind of like picking out new kitchen cabinets, except this door will be seen by all who visit and pass by on the street. Now that you have an idea of what kind of wooden door to shop for, it's time to hit the home improvement stores.
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