Door Replacement Types

Below are some of the most common door types that we install.  We offer only the best from the leading windows and doors manufacturers and we are proud to offer vinyl, aluminum, and fiberglass entry doors as options for your new home or remodeling project. The reason we recommend these doors for your replacements are:

  • These doors are energy efficient, which will bring greater savings to you in the long run by helping balance the temperature around the house.
  • Our replacement doors provide security and safety, important to keep the family safe and intruders out of the home.
  • They really help keep noise to minimum, which you may not notice until the new doors are in and “hear the silence”.
  • Our replacement doors are graded hurricane for high-wind protection, a necessity in Florida.
Entry Doors

ENTRY DOORS

Entry doors are a very important part of your home and they are what connects the outside world with your inside world. Entry doors can vary in styles, shapes, material, finishes and hardware. Beside connecting the outside and the inside the replacement entry door also has to be stable to resist Hurricane damage, burglar attacks and keep your inside word protected from unwanted eyes. The entry/front door can be solid piece or with glass inserts.

SLIDING DOORS

Sliding doors consist of upper and lower tracks fitted with one or more glass door panels that move horizontally. “Sliders” can be installed in multi-panel, by-pass or pocket configurations. They are a perfect solution when it comes to using little space, provides good solution to allow fresh air in your home and they look relatively good.

Sliding Patio Doors
French Doors

FRENCH DOORS

Because the replacement French doors are so elegant and versatile they are used in your homes in different ways. They can be found used as office doors, bedroom doors, entry doors or patio/ backyard doors. French doors feature solid or divided glass surrounded by an outside frame, where the glass panes constitute all or nearly all of its surface area. While French doors traditionally consist of two hinged door panels that swing in or out and lock in the middle, one panel French Door options are available. French Doors provide an open airy feeling by allowing natural light to pass through, but can also offer privacy when tinted or tempered glass options are selected.

IN-SWING FRENCH DOORS

In-swing French doors help you to maintain the usable space that is outside of your home. These doors have an appeal that creates an elegant look both inside and outside of your home. These doors open to the inside of your home. The doors come in a variety of grid options.

In Swing French Doors
Out Swing French Doors

OUT-SWING FRENCH DOORS

Out-swing French doors help you to maintain the usable space that is inside your home. These doors have an appeal that creates an elegant look both inside and outside of your home. These doors open to the outside of your home. The doors come in a variety of grid options.

CABANA DOORS

A Cabana Door is a hinged door with glass panes that is ideally used for a porch, garage or pool bath. Cabana doors are available as single or double door options and offer the choice of single-hung or fixed lite window styles.

Cabana Doors
Pocket Glass Wall

POCKET GLASS WALL

Pocket glass walls have glass panels that slide into a wall pocket. The doors give you a seamless transition from indoors to outdoors. When the wall is fully open, the glass panels slide into the wall pocket and you cannot see them. Glass walls come in a variety of colors and can be an aluminum frame or wood option frame.

BI-FOLD GLASS WALL

Bi-fold glass walls have glass panels that fold on top of the adjacent panel in order to open up. You can have up to six panels in bi-fold glass walls, which give you a beautiful and unique design. The panels and frames are thermally broken that give you improved energy efficiency.

Bifold Glass Wall
Stacking Glass Wall

STACKING GLASS WALL

Stacking glass walls have large sliding glass panels that slide open and stack on top of one other. These doors create a literal mural of the outdoors right into your home. The doors open up by large sliding glass panels that are on top of one other. Stacking glass walls will fill your room with natural light and air.