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In Stock Entry Doors
Dover Doors and Windows carries in stock entry door that come primed and ready for install.
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Dover Stock entry doors will be valueline smooth steel which is 24-gauge galvanized steel with a full steel edge perimeter and polyurethane foam core. Also, come with ball-bearing hinges, one piece mullpost, t-nuts, auto adjusting seal, and dura-frame jamb. The door system is primed and ready to paint with a 10 year limited warranty.
Custom Entry Doors
Dover Smart Lock Options
Knowing when to get a new entry door for your home depends on various factors, including the condition of your current door, aesthetic preferences, security concerns, and energy efficiency goals. Here are some common situations in which you might consider getting a new entry door:
Visible Damage: If your current entry door is damaged, cracked, warped, or has visible signs of wear and tear, it’s a clear indication that it’s time for a replacement.
Drafts and Energy Efficiency: If you feel drafts around your door, it may indicate that your current door is not sealing properly. Replacing it with a new, energy-efficient door can help improve insulation and reduce heating and cooling costs.
Aesthetic Upgrades: If you’re renovating your home or simply want to enhance its curb appeal, a new entry door can make a significant difference. Modern doors come in a wide range of styles, colors, and materials to suit your preferences.
Security Improvements: An old or poorly constructed entry door can compromise the security of your home. Upgrading to a more secure door with advanced locking mechanisms can provide peace of mind.
Outdated Features: If your current entry door lacks modern features such as reinforced frames, impact-resistant glass, or smart lock compatibility, you might consider an upgrade for enhanced security and convenience.
Faded or Peeling Paint: If your entry door’s finish is deteriorating, it can affect the overall appearance of your home. Repainting may be an option, but if the door is in poor condition, replacement might be a better choice.
Age of the Door: Entry doors typically have a lifespan of 20 to 30 years, depending on the material and maintenance. If your door is nearing the end of its expected lifespan, it’s a good time to consider a replacement.
Safety and Code Compliance: Local building codes and safety regulations may require certain features in entry doors, such as safety glass or fire-resistant materials. Make sure your door complies with these requirements.
Resale Value: If you’re planning to sell your home, a new entry door can be a valuable selling point, improving the first impression of your property and potentially increasing its resale value.
Sound Insulation: If you live in a noisy area and want to reduce the amount of noise that enters your home, consider upgrading to an entry door with better sound insulation properties.
When considering a new entry door, it’s essential to consult with a professional installer or contractor who can assess your specific needs and guide you in selecting the right door for your home. They can help you choose the appropriate material, style, and features that best suit your budget and preferences.
Patio Door Styles
Dover Patio Door
• Double Pane tempered
• Fusion Welded 4 ¾” Frame and Sash Corners
• 6 Aluminum Rebar Reinforcements at Interlock Sash’s, The Locked Sash’s and the Side Frames.
• Stainless Steel roller track
• Composite Sil plate
• Additional lock point with kick lock for vent
• Door Panel Interlock and meet at the main frame with weather-stripping
• 1” Energy Smart Intercept insulating glass
• 1380 Extruded Aluminum Screen Frame with Fiberglass Screen Mesh
•Handel Set with Key Lock