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Wood vs Fiberglass Doors

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If you are considering updating your home, one of the most obvious options bringing immediate impact to your street appeal, is to modernize the doors and windows.   There are many beautiful design options available today for making a dramatic statement for your exterior home upgrade.

As you consider your choices regarding the right look and feel for your door replacement you will also want to determine whether a wood door or fiberglass door is the best choice for your home.   Both fiberglass and wood doors can be similar in appearance; however, there are a […]

Problems with Window Replacement

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Many homes in the Dallas area were built during the 1920-1980s and if you own one of these houses you might be overdue for window replacement. On average these home can have anywhere from 12-24 windows. What can homeowners of the gorgeous yet older homes expect to pay for windows and installation costs?

Quality

The quality of the window is going to be a large factor of the pricing and not all windows are created equal. Brands like Milgard, Marvin, Anderson and Simonton are very reasonably priced windows and made from high quality material. The material […]

Top 3 Questions to ask before Hiring a Door Contractor

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Here at Designer Door and Window we have  heard many nightmare stories. One recently involved a homeowner reporting they had hired a contractor and paid them 50% of the deposit and never heard back from them again. We know that home improvements are not paid for with pocket change. It is your hard earned money and we want everyone to avoid these scam artists by asking yourself a few quick questions to verify the character and integrity of the contractor.

Does he have a showroom you can visit? This is important and it indicates “roots”.
Then ask how long at […]

Top 3 Reasons for Replacing Your Front Door before 2014

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This recent winter weather does not make it any easier on our homes or our nerves when we hear a horrible squeak or feel the cold draft coming from our front door. The main passageways in our home tend to receive the most family “love”. This is not the best news for your front door. Many things like the weather, material and traffic effects the longevity of an exterior door. If you are already considering investing in a new entryway door here are the top 3 reasons to do this before 2014.

Selling your home? If you live in the […]

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