By Emily AndersonMore in Windows Walls and Doors
Pre-framed fiberglass door with sidelights
TIP: Create an inviting first impression by updating your front door.
1. Add pop of color or matching wood grain finish.
TIP: Fiberglass doors are low-maintenance and thermally efficient.
2. Measure before you shop.
TIP: Measure width and height of old door and round up to next full inch; this is size of replacement door you need.
TIP: Replacement doors come pre-hung and slide into opening.
3. To brighten dark foyer, get door with windows or sidelights.
TIP: Consider argon-filled, low-E glass to keep out solar heat in summer, keep in interior heat in winter.
TIP: Increase comfort levels with EnergyStar-rated unit.
4. Hang a wall-mounted mailbox.
5. Replace existing outdoor lights with lanterns.
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