Properly maintaining a door will extend its life span, but let’s face it: doors don’t last forever. If your door has come to the end of its service life, you’ll need to replace it. How will you then decide which style to pick out for your new door?
In Part I, we went through the things you’ll need to do to ensure that your doors keep working properly. However, you should also be aware of the things that you need to avoid doing if you want your doors to last. It is possible to become overzealous and do more harm than good, so …
Doors are one of the important parts of a home but they are also often taken for granted. In fact, the only time most people take doors seriously is when problems, such as loose hinges, broken door locks, or chipped paint, start calling out for repairs.
With great French doors come a few responsibilities. Whether you’re planning to install a sliding or hinged French door, you need to learn how to care for them if you want to make the most out of getting one. Fortunately, caring for French doors is not a tall order.
French doors may be available in different sizes and materials, but they can be categorized under two major types: sliding and hinged. What’s the difference between these two types of French doors, and how does this affect your options? Read on.