To let more natural light into the room, choose an exterior door with windows and a pre hung door jamb with both sidelight and transom accents.
Live in an area where you have a deeper concern for security? In this case, consider a door without windows. Find your curb appeal in panels, design, and color. You may also contemplate making your new door’s hardware the statement piece of the home.
Do you live in an area where you have to concern yourself with high winds, hurricanes, or tornadoes? If these natural elements exist in your area, you may want to consider an outer opening door. These can prevent the door from blowing inward in those unfortunate moments when mother nature takes over.
In-glass blinds are ideal for patio doors and sliding doors. They provide both the ability for extra light and privacy. In-glass blinds are adjustable blinds put inside the glass pane of a door.
If your entry is a high traffic spot or often used while your arms are full, decide if a kick Plate is needed to avoid those unsightly skiff marks at the bottom of the door.