Front Doors Double

Wooden Double Front Exterior Entry Doors

GENERAL, Wood Doors : Double

Wooden exterior double doors communicate grandeur and majesty. Double front entry doors also allow for a wider opening into a home facilitating the moving of large pieces of furniture. The wooden double doors we build at Doors By Decora are meant to invoke that feeling of grandeur. Our entire process, from design to selection of wood, to construction is geared toward creating a unique front entry door unit that will communicate that sense of awe when the doors have been installed. While we ship many of our double front entry doors unfinished, we also have an in house finishing department that painstakingly ensures that each wooden exterior entry door we ship has the highest quality finish before it ever leaves our facility. We have been building front exterior entry doors for decades, and we have successfully redefined the industry standard for the durability and beauty of front entry doors. We invite you to give us the opportunity to create a wooden double front entry door for you and see for yourself the state of the art craftsmanship! Our goal is simple: your double front entry doors must compliment and add value to your home or office!

Our custom wooden entry doors are crafted from solid wood components. We never use cores or veneers, and use only the most sophisticated cope and stick joinery during the construction phase. We build our exterior wood entry doors to last indefinitely by using only the finest quality hardwoods available. Doors By Decora provides an extra measure of security for our wooden exterior double doors by using flush bolts in the inactive door at both the top and bottom, or by providing three point locking systems. We invite the challenge of custom designs and enjoy creating double exterior double entry doors that will complement existing elements of your home or office. Our custom wooden doors are amazingly durable yet they retain a sense of style and elegance. The only limit to the creative process is your imagination. Share your vision with us! We would love to custom build wooden double doors for your home.

Contact us and we will be glad to discuss creating the perfect front entry doors for you.

Source: www.doorsbydecora.net

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Right now my front door is a set of French doors. They are 20 years old and solid wood (which doesn't last well here in the Pacific NW), but the whole doors are glass panes. They are terrible at keeping the heat in and cold out.
I'm thinking of replacing them with a single door and two sidelights. I know that it will likely be more expensive than French doors, but I'm not sure I see the point of the double door when we only ever open one of them except to - I don't know - move furniture in and out.
The house is very modern.
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