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An elegant entry door can really change the look of your house. This site features a range of entry doors such as window entry doors, metal entry doors, security entry doors and wood entry doors.

Electronic Door Entry System

Mon Sep 12, 2011 3:25 pm
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An electronic door entry system could indeed be a nice feature, especially if you're getting tired of using a key. Let's face it: some of us are bettter suited to be organized an always our key ready at hand. The rest of us, occasionally loose such an item, much to the dismay to others! Well, if you have lost or misplaced a key one too many times, or if you're simply getting tired of constantly looking for it at the bottom of your purse, then why not upgrade to a keyless lock?

There are many kinds of electronic door entry systems on the market, so there really shouldn't be too difficult to find something that has the look and finish you would prefer. Then there are also various degrees of complexity as far as the lock is concerned; like how many different combinations you can have and often you can change it. Some of these locks even feature remote entry so you could open the door away from your home - that could be useful for example if you're expecting guests when you're not home, or if you have to open the door for the handyman or plumber for example. So where do you find these electronic systems? Well, if your local hardware store might have some in stock. Another option would be a home improvement store such as Sears, Lowes or Home Depot. Also, if you have a dedicated local door and window store, then they might have  nice selection.

It would definitely present quite a change to get a system like this as opposed to a traditional lock, however once you've gotten used to it, you'll probably really like it and wonder why you didn't make the switch earlier.

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LockState Mechanical Keyless Handle Door Lock

"Mechanical Keyless Handle Door Lock, single code heavy duty lock is ideal for heavy duty indoor/outdoor use. Because this lock is mechanical, it does not have a key override. This lock is can be reversed in the field for either right or left handed applications."

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Heath Zenith SL-6168-C Wireless Plug-In Chime with Entry-Alert Sensor, White

"Worried that you won't be able to hear the doorbell when you're in the garden, garage, or basement? With Heath Zenith's wireless SL-6168, you can simply pick up the chime and take it with you (it plugs in to a standard polarized socket). To install, all you need to do is mount the doorbell and plug in the chime-no electrical installation is needed."

These products can be found at amazon.com



Entry Door Window Replacement

Mon Sep 12, 2011 3:17 pm
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If you currently have an entry door with a window in it, and the window has cracked or in some way broken, then it makes a lot more sense to simply get a window replacement for the door, then it would be to purchase a completely new door. So, where do you go and what do you do? Well, if you bought the door at a home improvement store (such as Home Depot or Lowes) and it's a well known brand, then they should probably be able to help you. Check with them, and be sure to mention the brand, the size etc...

However, what if you've moved into a new house, and you really have no idea where the door came from. It could even be an old door, in which case you wouldn't be able to find that exact model on the market. Then your best bet would be to contact a local window and door store, or perhaps a glass store. If you tell them the measurements, the type of door etc... they should be able to tell you whether they can help you or not. Since it's kind of inconvenient to remove the whole door, it would be much easier to simply take a few good photos and bring with you to the store, or if it's a store with good service, they may even be able to send somebody out to look at it, and determine what should be done.

So basically, often you can get a replacement glass for a window entry door. And having a window inside your door is such a nice feature - it adds light, a visual element and enables you to see outside, so it's certainly a thing worth replacing, as opposed to just going out and buying something new.

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 Escon 36" 3/4 Oval Deluxe San Marino Oak Entry Door Slab

"Raised moulding on both inside and outside of door. Ready to paint or stain. Decorative glass with brass caming. Solid wood core construction. Insulating glass for energy efficiency. All glass is tempered for safety. Door shown stained"

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Escon 36" Center Arch Mission Mahogany Entry Door Slab

"High profile 3/4" raised moulding. Ready to paint or stain. Decorative glass with brass caming. Solid hardwood construction. Insulating glass for energy efficiency. All glass is tempered for safety. Door shown stained"

These doors can be found at lowes.com



Exterior Double Entry Door

Wed Jun 29, 2011 11:22 am
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An exterior double entry door would surely be the way to go if 1) you have the spae for it (your entrance is set up for it or it would be an easy conversion) and 2) you like the idea of a grand entrance. Since the front door is really the thing which really frames the house, and especially the entrance, it can certainly be a good idea to get something special: something which has great character and that ideally goes well with the architectural style of your entire house.

Checking out your local home improvement store (such as Sears, Lowes or Home Depot), or if you have a local windows and doors store can certainly be a good step in the first direction. Out there, you can find exterior double glass entry doors, exterior double wood entry doors, exterior double replacement entry door as well as exterior double front entry doors among other products, so there really shouldn't be very difficult to come across something that works well for your particular setting.

An elegant entry door can really change the look of your house - it's rather amazing what a facelift a change like this can make. If you go from having a rather boring and simple front door, to getting an expansive, wide opening, fine double entry door, then you're definitely going to make an impression on whoever comes to your house. When it comes to picking a nice set of exterior double doors for your house, there are indeed quite a few brands to choose between which offer various types of products, so no matter whether you want something really substantial such as commercial double doors, or something that is made for residential use, you shouldn't have any issues finding something suitable.

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Marvin Commercial Double Door

"The Marvin Commercial Door combines warm wood interiors, exceptional performance and heavy duty proportions. It's available as a wood or clad-wood door, featuring extruded aluminum cladding and a finish that exceeds AAMA 205-02 requirements. Commercial Door options include a closer, several locking system options, Von Duprin Panic Rim (crash bar), kick plate, raised and flat panel options and several sill options." 

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2 1/4" French Door

"The 2 1/4" French Door offers the proportions and flexibility needed for homes with higher ceiling heights and dramatic decor. Traditional rectangular designs and Arch Top shapes are available, including true half circles and gentle eyebrows. Available in 8' and 10' heights, the door's 2 1/4" thick panels have a 6" top rail and stiles, and an 8 1/8" bottom rail.
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These doors can be found at marvin.com



Rustic Entry Door

Wed Jun 29, 2011 11:17 am
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A rustic entry door would be a great choice if you're looking for a new exterior door. The front door is surely something that catches everybody's attention the moment you lay eyes on the house, so it can certainly be worthwhile to put a little extra time and resources towards finding the perfect entry door for your home. Many rustic entry doors are elegant, well made and stylish and this can definitely be the way to go if you want something that feels rather substantial and well built, and that you don't have to worry would break or crack if handled too roughly.

You can find rustic exterior entry doors, rustic storm entry doors, rustic wood entry doors as well as rustic window entry doors among other products. Getting a door with a window can also be a good idea, especially if your entrance feels rather dark and you would like to let in a bit more light into your house. Often these doors with glass inserts don't provide a clear view outside, which pretty much is the point, however light will still be able to pass through the window, thereby brightening the space up considerably. Rustic entry doors are mainly made in wood, I couldn't even think of another material which would be as suitable for this particular style. Wood can be warm, beautiful and add an interesting textural quality, so if you currently have a metal or some other type of door and you want to add more character and warmth to your house, then replacing your front door would be a good first step towards adding additional style and creating a better appearance.

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 Escon 36" 3/4 Oval Deluxe San Marino Oak Entry Door Slab

"Raised moulding on both inside and outside of door. Ready to paint or stain. Decorative glass with brass caming. Solid wood core construction. Insulating glass for energy efficiency. All glass is tempered for safety. Door shown stained"

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Escon 36" Center Arch Mission Mahogany Entry Door Slab

"High profile 3/4" raised moulding. Ready to paint or stain. Decorative glass with brass caming. Solid hardwood construction. Insulating glass for energy efficiency. All glass is tempered for safety. Door shown stained"

These doors can be found at lowes.com



Escon Entry Doors

Tue Apr 26, 2011 8:30 am
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Escon entry doors are well built, reliable and good looking, so if you're in the market for a new front door then this brand may very well be one to look further into. To pick up a new entry door can be a grea way of adding some more stye (it can dramatically change the appearance of your entrance and thusly of your whole house facade) and it can also make your home more energy efficient since these modern days are much better built with insulation and energy efficiency being a key point. So, an Escon entry door would be a great choice if you're looking for a new exterior door since you have quite a few choices.

Most of these feature elegant wood carvings and glass with patterns and decorations. If you're looking for something a bit more upscale and decorative than your regular front door, then these Escon entrance doors would be worth a look. These pieces all feature rich carvings and a nicely decorated window. To choose a door with a window certainly makes a lot of sense, since it adds elegance and style to the door, and it also brings in more light to your entrance and makes it a brighter space.

It definitely can be worth it to spend a little extra on the bones of the house such as the windows and the doors. And after all, the front door is the first thing that will meet your visitors so it surely makes sense to ensure it's a nice looking door and also to make sure that it goes with the rest of your house. You can find these doors over at Lowes, however it might also be a good idea to check out Home Depot or Sears to see what kind of selection they have. Often their offerings are pretty much the same but occasionally one store carries a brand exclusively that you can't find anywhere else. Either way, these Escon doors are nice looking and would be a great addition to home.


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 Escon 36" 3/4 Oval Deluxe San Marino Oak Entry Door Slab

"Raised moulding on both inside and outside of door. Ready to paint or stain. Decorative glass with brass caming. Solid wood core construction. Insulating glass for energy efficiency. All glass is tempered for safety. Door shown stained"

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Escon 36" Center Arch Mission Mahogany Entry Door Slab

"High profile 3/4" raised moulding. Ready to paint or stain. Decorative glass with brass caming. Solid hardwood construction. Insulating glass for energy efficiency. All glass is tempered for safety. Door shown stained"

These doors can be found at lowes.com




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