Whether it’s for the beauty of their color and texture, or to match other interior woodwork like trim and millwork, wood provides the right look. Choosing the right wood species and style is crucial to ensure that your front door fits with the aesthetic of your home’s design.
Wood trim is a common feature in many homes. It’s typically installed to create a clean transition between surfaces such as ceilings and walls (crown moldings), walls and floors, and walls and doors.
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Steel doors are a strong and reliable choice for families looking to increase their home security. They also provide energy-efficiency that can save homeowners money on their monthly energy bills.
Steel exterior doors have a metal skin with polyurethane or a polystyrene core to provide insulation and strength. They are available with glass or without, and in different finishes to suit the style of your home.
A variety of steel door styles are available from the Profiles and Traditions collections. The lower the gauge, the thicker the steel. The Profiles collection uses 24-gauge steel, while the Traditions collection offers a more cost-conscious option with 25-gauge zinc-coated steel. Both use polyurethane insulation and feature solid blocking for application of keylock or deadbolt locks. Both are available with a clear Low-E or privacy glass.
Aluminum is a lightweight and durable material that is a popular choice for windows and doors. It is often combined with other metals to increase its strength, but it can also be found in pure form. It is a corrosion-resistant material that resists swelling, rotting, and warping in warm and humid climates.
South Florida homeowners often choose impact-rated doors made of aluminum. They need to be strong enough to protect their homes from hurricanes and other extreme weather events. SIW offers a wide range of impact-rated aluminum door styles that meet or exceed the state’s high-velocity hurricane zones and energy codes.
Picture windows allow you to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors while maintaining your privacy. They don’t open, but they can let in natural light and make rooms feel more spacious.
As a homeowner, you are often bombarded with options when it comes to building materials. This is true of tiles, paints, and even the doors that protect your home’s interior from the elements.
The exterior doors of a Florida home take a beating every day from the state’s hot and humid weather and occasional hurricanes. Wooden door frames can become damaged and warped, especially if not treated with water-resistant sealant after installation.
Vinyl doors are affordable, energy-efficient and require little maintenance. They are also resistant to rust, denting and peeling. They are available in a wide range of colors and wood grain effects. Their low level of thermal conductivity makes them a good choice for homes located in cold climates. They are also lightweight and can be easily installed and replaced without much effort.