Entry doors play a critical role in your home’s security and curb appeal. They’re also an opportunity to reflect your personal style and taste.
Investing in a new front door can deliver a higher return than nearly any other home improvement project. Window World offers a variety of front doors to meet your needs.
Modern vinyl doors have come a long way since the plastic-looking impostors of a few decades ago. They offer sleek frame profiles, energy-efficient insulation, and a large menu of finishes and molding options to complement any house style.
Fiberglass doors don’t shrink or swell, which makes them more resilient in North Central Florida’s subtropical climate. They also provide increased energy efficiency, with foam cores that insulate the door from the elements.
Wood doors add a rich, luxurious look to any home. They are also durable and offer a high level of security. However, they require regular maintenance to keep them looking great and performing well.
They are available in a wide range of paints and stains for customization. They can also be fitted with special moldings, grilles and door hardware for a unique style.
Aluminum front doors are the ideal choice for commercial businesses that prioritize durability and low maintenance. They’re water-resistant, resist corrosion long-term and don’t warp or swell like steel front doors do.
These doors embody modern design in a clean, sleek profile and can be customized to fit the aesthetic of any facade. They also meet the highest security standards and are environmentally friendly with insulated profiles and sealed glazing for excellent U-values.
Door awnings add both style and function to entryways. They protect furniture and wall art from the damaging effects of direct sunlight. It also stems the tide of wear and tear caused by rain and snow.
DIYers can make a sturdy door awning with a drop cloth and a few tools, including a tape measure, level and carpenter’s pencil. Screw the awning to the wall using masonry anchor screws.
Single-hung doors are an excellent choice for those looking to make a statement in their entryway. They feature a wide range of panel profiles, decorative glass options and other customizations to fit any style.
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Double front doors are a bold and elegant addition to your home. They showcase a captivating view of your entrance and allow natural light to permeate your interior spaces. They also offer better energy and thermal efficiency. Choose from a wide selection of styles and options to complement your home style. The Founders Collection pays homage to classic styling with curved and arched details, true divided lite, and embellished panel embossments.
Adding sidelights and/or a transom to an entry door increases natural light in your entryway and creates a visually ample space. Grilles positioned between the panes of glass, called muntins, add design interest to the windows.
Casement windows are operable and allow for optimal air flow with minimal visual obstruction. The window design is sleek and can complement many styles of homes.
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A patio door that can be customized with sidelights, transoms and adjustable blinds between the glass. It is ideal for both renovation and new construction projects.
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French doors are a lovely addition to a home. Usually fitted as pairs, they allow more natural light into the entryway, and can be paired with sidelites or transoms for even greater impact. Available in long-lasting fiberglass or security-enhancing steel, they are also ENERGY STAR certified. These gorgeous portals look fabulous adjacent to a wall of windows, repeating the style theme for a cohesive look throughout your home.
Entry doors are one of the biggest impact pieces on the overall look of your home. Our door replacement experts can help you choose the style and features that best fit your design goals, including sidelites and transoms for natural light.
Learn about the common parts of a front door to make it easier to talk with building professionals. These include stiles and rails that form the frame.