Replacement Doors & Installation
Whether you need replacement doors or old doors repaired at a home or business, we’re the company to call. Doors are the first point of entry into any home or business and having the right door makes your home feel more inviting not to mention secure. Our team works around the clock on Long Island, NY to meet your door replacement and repair needs.
Types Of Replacement Doors We Install
- Entry – The main front entrance to your home, usually facing the street.
- Hinged Patio – Panels made mainly from glass that swing in or out.
- Sliding Patio – Panels made mainly from glass, one panel slides horizontally to open and close.
- Storm – Used with an entry door for added protection from the elements. Provides energy efficiency, light and ventilation.
- Custom – Hinged doors available in a variety of sizes and shapes such as the Springline or Full Arch Head.
10 Most Popular Replacement Doors Types
Wood Doors – Widely used—and the material of choice for custom and luxury installations—wood doors may be found in designs and finishes to fit virtually any home style, including Colonial, Craftsman, and Victorian among many others.
Metal Doors – Sturdy, low-maintenance, and affordable, steel is a leading choice among exterior doors. Most feature an insulating foam core covered by a durable layer of steel, which in turn can be painted to complement any color palette.
Fiberglass Doors – Fiberglass doors are a popular choice for installation in entryways. Energy efficient, durable, and affordable, they are available in a variety of styles and finishes, including embossed grain patterns, which emulate the appearance of wood.
Flush Doors – Solid doors with no decoration are known as having a flush style. Most commonly used as interior doors, they can be painted, stained, or even covered with wallpaper.
Panels Doors – Also called stile-and-rail doors, panel doors typically come in 4-, 6-, or 8-panel configurations. Whether used in exterior or interior applications, they feature smooth, framed sections that surround deeply embossed panels. Often, one or more panels will feature a window insert, or lite.
Dutch Doors – Dutch doors are divided horizontally, so the top half can be open while the bottom half remains closed. Dating from the 17th century, this style originally was designed to admit light and air while keeping out wild animals and livestock.
French Doors – Highly decorative, French, or casement, doors usually come in pairs, with each door featuring a frame around one or more window panels. French doors typically are installed to introduce formal living areas or to provide access to outdoor living areas.
Barn Doors – With reclaimed wood furnishings and country decor becoming more popular, barn doors have left the farmyard and entered our homes. Genuine or reproduction, barn doors are often characterized by rough-hewn wood embellished with classic “z” or “x” designs in wrought iron.
Pocket Doors – These clever space-saving interior doors are designed to disappear into the wall when closed. Ideal for areas with little room for the swing of a standard door with hinges, pocket doors travel on rollers suspended from an overhead track. Often, they have a hollow core and are constructed of lightweight materials to facilitate handling.
Patio Doors – Typically constructed of full-size glass panels, patio doors may feature a hinged or sliding construction. Designed to draw the eye, they allow for an easy, attractive transition between indoor and outdoor environments.