1. French Doors
French doors are a staple of the midwestern home buyer’s market. They are not just functional, they are also quite stylish. Among the more common types are wrought iron, wood, and fiberglass. Besides being stylish, they are also energy efficient. Whether you are looking to improve your home’s curb appeal or just want an extra dose of sun soaked vitamin D, let the professionals from Alamo Garage install a set for you today!
2. Sliding Doors
Sliding doors are a popular choice for homeowners, and they come in a variety of designs and styles. They are easy to install and can add a stylish look to your home.
Sliding doors are also energy efficient, reducing your cooling costs when it’s hot out and saving you money on heating your home in the winter. The glass in these doors traps warm air inside during the winter and cool air during the summer to keep you comfortable.
3. Sliding Glass Doors
The sliding glass door is a great way to bring the outdoors in. They’re also a good way to improve your home’s aesthetics and increase your property value at the same time. The best part is that you don’t have to worry about the weather when it’s nice out. There are a few things to consider when installing these types of doors, including choosing the right material for your application and ensuring your home is properly sealed against the elements.
4. French Entry Doors
French entry doors are the perfect way to add charm and elegance to your home while letting plenty of light in. They come in a variety of styles, from glass that is uninterrupted to ones crisscrossed with diamond-shaped grids.
They cost an average of $2,845 to install nationwide. This price depends on a number of factors, including the type and material of the door. It also includes labor costs.
5. Sliding Glass Sidelights
Sidelights are a great way to let light into the foyer. They also make a good home for a plantation shutter.
Unlike flimsy blinds or drapes, sidelight shutters are tough enough to withstand the rigors of kids and pets alike. It’s no wonder they are the most popular window covering option amongst our valued customers. The best part is they look amazing. They are the most impressive entryway enhancement you will ever make to your home.
6. Sliding French Patio Doors
French patio doors hinged at the side to swing open provide a graceful and distinguished entrance. Ideal for high-traffic areas, they function as a bridge between your home and your outdoor living space.
Designed to glide horizontally with one or more operating panels, sliding patio doors offer smooth operation and straight stacking to allow for unobstructed views of your outdoor area. Available in a variety of styles and finishes, they’re great for homes with a traditional or contemporary aesthetic.
9. Sliding French Entry Sidelights with Transom
Transoms are horizontal windows that sit above a door or other window, usually non-operable and used to increase natural light. Pairing entry doors with matching sidelights and transoms can transform your front door into a focal point and flood your home with abundant natural lighting.