Single entry doors are very common in most homes across the country. You see them everywhere because they are standard construction-grade doors installed during home construction. It may be the most affordable option, but it can look out of place especially if some homes have a wider front entranceway.
Fortunately, there is an alternative option for homeowners looking to their home’s curb appeal with a new entry door. Here are the benefits of a double entry door.
About the Double Entry Door
A double entry door is a large front door that can enhance your home’s aesthetic appeal. This is especially true if you have a larger home. It can establish a focal point for viewers, drawing their eyes’ attention to this part of the home and accentuating the exterior features of the property. Consisting of two doors that open sideways, it also creates a larger access point for entertaining or moving large pieces of furniture. It even complements wide interiors better than a single entry door does.
Improving the Double Entry Door’s Appearance
Door pros recommend boosting the look of the façade by adding a feature or two to the double entry door. A glass accent is a great way to visually enhance the home’s exterior and make it look less plain and dull. Sidelights and transoms are other choices to consider to heighten the innate beauty of the doors.
When choosing a double entry door, you have to consider the material and style options. It can be made of wood, coated steel, fiberglass and other materials. Each one has its benefits and drawbacks, which is why you should make a conscious effort to research them to help you make an informed decision.
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