Steel Replacement Doors | Milliken Millwork, Inc

Can anyone provide an entry door system that is easy to install, offers increased security and is beautiful at the same time? Well, Milliken Millwork has done just that. Our unique MPact Replacement Door System is designed for:

  • Convenience - Fits inside your existing door frame and can be sized to fit your opening in most cases.
  • Security - Surrounded by an 18 gauge steel frame system, our MPact unit provides ultimate security.
  • Curb Appeal - Available in our most popular steel door designs, choose from 15 decorative glass collections, internal muntins, blinds, shades, prefinishing services and more!

Whether it be convenience, security, curb appeal or all three—the MPact Replacement Door System may be the right choice for you.

A Beautiful New Door
A new steel entry door can add substantial curb appeal to your home without costing a fortune. Steel exterior doors are durable and manufactured to prevent water absorption, resist rust and come factory primed for easy finishing.

Source: www.millikenmillwork.com

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The question is too vague.
Joe Schmo builds a duplex with builder grade materials and features and it costs $440,000.00 to build.
Meanwhile, Betty Schmo is building one the exact same size on the piece of property next door, and she wants hardwood floors, marble bathrooms, Sub-Zero stainless steel appliances, solid oak cabinets, solid interior doors, crown molding, commercial grade garage floor, recessed lighting, vaulted ceilings, a french country garden in back, cobblestone driveway in front, cable & phone jacks in every room, exterior lighting, and a secutiry system... hers cost $1,440,000

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  • Avatar notmyidea4 Replace non-locking with locking door knob?
    Apr 17, 2008 by notmyidea4 | Posted in Maintenance & Repairs

    I want to replace a standard non-locking door knob with one that has keyed lock. What is the best way to create that extra little notch for the locking part?

    • Try this link, for some helpful information -
      lockset you purchased, should have come with a new latchplate, and complete installation instructions. Most entry locks will fit a 1" diameter bore, for the lat …e wood behind it a bit to fit the opening of the plate. I would hold the new latch plate in place, and use a pen or pencil to mark the opening...then chisel back to the line. Should be quick work.

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