Patio / June 27, 2018 / Narcisse.
Once your door is painted, you have the option to choose stylish door décor. Many people think wreaths are just for the holidays, but in fact, they can be used any time of year. Floral, burlap or herb wreaths are great additions to add warmth to any front door. Pennant flags are another great idea to add a unique look to your home.
Patio doors with built in blinds can be a worthwhile investment for your home. Stop worrying about the dusty blinds and dangerous cords, and instead look forward to the easy adjustments and lower energy bills. Built in blinds can be beneficial for any style of patio door and improve the overall look and feel of your deck.
French doors fall into two categories, indoor and external. As the name suggests, an exterior French door is used to connect the inside of your home to the patio or exterior. A regular exterior or interior version opens just as any traditional door. However, modern designs feature sliding capabilities which have added even more value to this much loved design.
Steel French doors are heavier and offer a solid fit into doorframes that require a measured level of security. Steel French doors are better equipped to resist break ins or similar damage to the structure. Many of the qualities of rust prevention will need to be addressed for untreated doors. Paint prep is a factor similar to wooden doors. The steel French door will need to be pre painted or have adequate priming and curing to prevent the flaking of paint in the future.