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HomeZone Improvements, LLC
(810) 344-9500
8200 Embury Rd
Grand Blanc, MI
Lifsey Building Company
(810) 691-3360
13178 Sam Hill Lane
Fenton, MI
Discount Window Blinds Inc
(810) 640-3101
7485 N Genesee Rd
Genesee, MI

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Iverson's Lumber Co Inc
(248) 889-4910
1664 N Milford Rd
Highland, MI

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Budget Blinds of Ann Arbor West
(866) 839-4770
810 Joshua Dr
Highland, MI

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Mill End Stores
(810) 732-6621
4307 Miller Rd
Flint, MI

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Doors Galore
(810) 635-9010
8077 Miller Rd
Swartz Creek, MI

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Iversons Architectural Design
(248) 889-4910
1664 N Milford Rd
Highland, MI

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Over & Above Doors & More
(517) 861-9176
PO Box 324
Cohoctah, MI

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John's Weather-Seal
29240 Grand River Avenue
Farmington Hills, MI

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Home Remodeling Tip: Exterior Doors

The Latest in Exterior Door Designs

home remodeling articles and tips

topic: exterior home doors
by Jami J. Rodgers


Make an Impression When They Come Knocking

Curb appeal is an important element of any home design. Whether you are selling your house or renovating for the long-term, you want exterior doors that create an attractive view. This can boost your home's appeal and long term value.

There are many new designs in exterior doors, from weathered wood looks to sleek and contemporary flat panel styles. The key to selecting the right exterior doors is to think about your home's architectural style.

If your house has Tudor influences, then dark wooden doors with wrought iron accents would set the tone. If you have a light and airy farm house, then look for painted doors with open glass panels that let light in.

Exterior doors also should correlate with the visual weight of the house. If your front entranceway is tall and impressive, then the exterior door should follow suit. The door might have beveled glass inserts and matching sidelights, for example. With a low lying ranch, look for a standard size six panel door with subtle decorative accents.

When buying exterior doors, also spend some time looking at exterior door hardware. Among the popular styles are brushed nickel and weathered brass. The exterior door hardware should blend with other accents on the exterior of your home – from the windows to the brick or siding ...

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