The Elegance of Double Entry Doors

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The front door isn’t only a spot where you can come in and out from the house. The front door can play important role in improving the look of your house. Most home owners will neglect this aspect so they choose whatever types of entry doors without really paying attention to the details. However, if you truly want to boost the aesthetic element of your house, you can install double entry doors.

Whatever materials you choose for your double entry doors – wooden, steel, or even the combination of both – you can be sure that your front door won’t look monotone or boring. The reason why most people choose double doors is for the elegant and grandeur look. Simply by having this kind of door in your house will make the overall look of your house look different. to, you can try comparing sketching images of your house with a single door and a double one; the one with double door will look more elegant and artistic.

Another reason why home owners like having this kind of door is because it makes their house look ‘European’. European houses are known for their simplicity in design yet artistic in overall appearance. With the double entry door, you can make your house look classic and elegant yet modern and stylish at the same time. whatever types of house you have, the door will add sophistication and also elegance in such simple way.


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To actually answer your question...yes

A "combination" or "combo" door...
and just to be clear, the term is used to describe both a combination of a regular door and a storm door in one unit, and also to describe the exterior doors commonly seen in kitchens and as back doors, where there is a screened double hung sash unit that opens in the top of the door...the latter is what I am talking about-
not the nicest entry door, but it does what you want.

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