Doors Scarborough ME

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JCPenney Custom Decorating
(800) 510-2298

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Portland Glass
(207) 775-4191
832 Congress St
Portland, ME
AAA Window Washing
(207) 615-9907
503 Cumberland Ave
Portland, ME
Carr Kevin
(207) 878-3626
25 W Pleasant St B
Portland, ME
(207) 774-6201
203 Read St
Portland, ME
Home Again By Hancock Lumber
207-627-7676 x2054
140 Maine Mall Road
South Portland, ME
Replacement and New Construction windows and Installation
Monday - Friday 9:00am -6:00pm Saturday: 10:00am -4:00pm Sunday: Noon -4:00pm
Window & Door Dealer Showroom of the Year Award 2010
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Bucky's Auto Glass
(207) 797-2025
61 Rainmaker Dr
Portland, ME
Applicators Sales & Service Inc
(207) 797-7553
400 Warren Ave
Portland, ME
Accent On Windows
(207) 772-1088
500 Forest Ave
Portland, ME
Adams Auto Glass
(207) 797-6656
380 Warren Ave Ste 8
Portland, ME
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Doors | Interior and Exterior Doors | American Modern Living

The ins and outs of selecting doors for your home

How do you get in and out of your house? How do you take time for yourself and make sure nobody intrudes on your private moments? You use a door. Most homeowners don't put a lot of thought into their doors, but they are actually important elements in a home.

First, front doors restrict access to outsiders. Imagine if we didn't have front doors? People might walk in and out of our houses without invitation – friends and strangers alike. And interior doors are crucial for personal privacy – no matter how much we love our families, we all need some alone time every now and then.

A simple wood door is probably the most inexpensive of all materials, but it does not have a window. Wood doors are simple and easy to put up, but most people prefer them for interior doors because of their simplicity and low cost.

Glass doors, on the other hand, are more expensive. They look great, but they're also at risk of breaking (whether the whole door or a single panel). Another consideration is how often you want to clean your doors – you will have to wipe a glass door more often than any other type of door because it shows grime quickly. Sliding doors are most often made of glass.

Fiberglass doors are lightweight, but just like wood doors are not entirely practical for front doors, unless you prefer not to have a window. Many people have a combination of a fiberglass door with a window pane in the top half.

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