Since the beginning of humankind, doors have been essential features of homes. Ancient civilizations used hides and textiles as doors, but later on, people used all sorts of materials, from bronze to wood to stone for doors. Today, homeowners have limitless choices when it comes to repairing or installing a door, including vinyl, fiberglass, wood, PVC, aluminum, steel, composite, glass and many more. As a result, doors are not only practical in nature but can exhibit opulent beauty and structure, adding visual interest and balance to homes.
Front doors and any other entry doors must balance beauty and function. To be practical, front doors should be strong enough to endure and protect a home from rain, wind, heat from the sun and, possibly, unwanted visitors.Front doors, which often make the first impression on guests, must also be visually pleasing and represent the style of the home.
Not all doors are the same! Specialized doors can enhance the beauty and practicality of space.For example, a pocket door is a specialized door that slides into the wall instead of opening in or out. This type of door is ideal for a small space or a busy area in a home. Battered or Ledged Doors are also sliding doors made of wood that resembles barn wood. These types of doors work to add comfort, coziness and dramatic interest to rooms. Dutch doors are made of two panels, which allows the top or the bottom to be opened simultaneously or apart.Dutch doors are ideal for front doors or busy areas, such as a kitchen.
In addition to replacing doors for visual reasons, often doors are damaged, requiring a new installation. When the door frame is damaged, a frame is required as well as the door. Whether you are looking to replace a damaged door or merely upgrade your home, Dan’s Construction Service can help you find the perfect door for your home.Let Dan’s Construction Service take care of the hassle for you!
We do door installation and replacement in the following locations:
Massachusetts – Ludlow, Indian Orchard, Wilbraham, Chicopee, Three Rivers, Springfield,Granby, Bondsville, Belchertown, Thorndike, South Hadley, Palmer, Holyoke, Hampden, Longmeadow, East Longmeadow, Monson, West Springfield, Ware, Agawam, West Warren, Amherst, Northampton, North Amherst, Hadley, Warren, Brimfield, Feeding Hills, Southampton, Wales, Easthampton
Connecticut – Somers, Somersville, Enfield, Stafford, Staffordville, Suffield, Stafford Springs, West Suffield, Ellington