Need a new door for the entryway? Or maybe one to replace an existing bedroom or closet door? If you aren’t schooled in the differences between interior and exterior doors, you could end up purchasing the wrong type of door, only to have to go out and purchase another one.
Exterior doors should be heavy duty and weatherproofed. Insulated metal or steel doors offer long-term wear and help keep out the cold. They’re also more secure. Wood doors don’t last as long, as they can warp, rot,
For the interior, it’s best to use ready-to-hang, hollow-core doors. They’re lightweight and cost less. Installation is easy because they already have a hole for the doorknob and come with hinge cut-outs.
Latest posts by Timothy Dahl (see all)
- SOAPSEAT Brings Innovation to the Reviled Soap Dish - October 24, 2014
- Fountain Puts Home Improvement Experts In Your Pocket - October 24, 2014
- Dyson Humidifier Kills Bacteria While It Battles Dry Air - October 23, 2014