Windows & Doors

Endless Door and Window Options

If your home has old windows, you are losing a great deal of money from increased energy costs. Properly fitted and insulated windows free of drafts will decrease your heating and air conditioning costs. New windows also increase the value of your home, and are easier to clean and maintain. American Buildpro is an expert in window installation and can help you choose the best type for each room.

A great first impression is important, whether on a date or a job interview, or when it comes to your home. Your front exterior door is the first thing guests see when they come to your home. Plus, your front door serves important practical purposes, keeping out intruders and the elements. How do you know when it is time to replace your existing front door?

Take a look at the door itself. Does it look weathered, scratched or dented? When you look around the door, are there areas where light is coming in? Can you feel a draft coming from the door? Is it difficult to close and lock the door when the weather changes? If you see any of these issues, it is time to replace your door.

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Wood doors are generally the most traditional, with rich details and decorative, light-admitting glass inserts. Typically, they’re used in heritage house styles (e.g., Craftsman, Colonial, and Victorian), but since they are available in such a wide assortment of finishes, you can find a wood door suitable for your home.

Fiberglass doors are significantly more affordable than wood, but equally appealing to homeowners due to low maintenance requirements. Fiberglass doors are also quite durable, resistant to dents and cracks, rot and rust. They are also available in virtually any finish you can think of.

If security is your top concern, steel doors are the strongest of all, deterring not only intruders but also fire and moisture degradation. Most steel doors contain an insulating foam core, which means increased energy efficiency. Pre-primed, steel doors can be finished with any exterior paint in the color that best complements the outside of your home.

Once you’ve chosen a door material, there are plenty of ways you can customize your chosen front door with glazing options, such as glass inserts, sidelights, and transoms. And there also countless styles and finishes available in hardware—door knobs, handles, and lock sets.

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