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How an Entry Door Replacement Can Drastically Improve the Look of Your Home

By November 10, 2022January 15th, 2024No Comments2 min read
porch steps and red door

If you’re remodeling your home, don’t forget about your doors. Remodeling your home is a great way to add custom features and improve the look of your home, but far too many homeowners ignore the value of updating their entry door. A new entry door can add value to your home and improve the look. Here’s how.

Better Curb Appeal

Curb appeal is a huge buzz term in real estate. It’s a term used to describe how a home looks when someone pulls up to it. A new entry door can add “wow” to your home’s curb appeal. Many styles can easily enhance architectural features and make your home more inviting, but that’s not the only value you get when you replace your entry door.

Added Home Value

Remodeling your home adds resale and lifestyle value to your home. However, according to Remodeling Magazine’s Cost vs. Value Report, minor renovation projects like upgrading an entry door are the projects that see the most ROI (return on investment). The Cost vs. Value Report evaluated 22 projects and found entry door upgrades came with an ROI of 69%. That is a nice return.

Improved Energy Efficiency and Safety

So far, we talked about how great a new door would look and what a great investment it is, but there are two other reasons why you should replace your front door. New doors are far more energy efficient than old doors. They are built to keep the elements outside where they belong. You can get rid of drafts with a new front door and keep the heat and cool indoors. Safety is another good reason to replace your entry door. A new door will not only look great, but it will keep your home safer.

There are many benefits to replacing your entrance door when remodeling your home. Don’t miss out on making your home look great and enjoying all the other benefits. Call us now at Tabor Design Build to learn more about your entry door options in Rockville, Maryland.

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