Invest in a front door that speaks to who you are as a homeowner but also stays within the architectural detailing of the home. Modern appeal has made its way to the front door, where clean lines are all the rage. Intricate carvings and wood detailing have made way for simple but elegant and eye-catching entryways.
It is important to make a statement, but one that fits within the style and proportion of your home. Think about what works best for the overall theme of your home’s exterior and what can make your home stand out above the rest. GHS Custom Home Designs, Inc. has a varied selection of stylish and durable front entry doors, exterior doors, wood doors, and interior doors in any wood, size or shape.
In order to make an informed choice, you need to know some of the terms of the different types of doors and panes of glass:
A door that opens in
A door that opens out
For an I/S door, hinges are on the left. For an O/S door, hinges are on the right (when the door is viewed from the house’s exterior).
For an I/S door, hinges are on the right. For an O/S door, hinges are on the left (when the door is viewed from the house’s exterior).
A pane of glass in a door
Panes of glass that are or appear to be divided
Plastic, wooden or metal assembly in a door that gives the appearance of divided lites
Choose from mahogany, solid wood, or knotty pine. Some of our many styles include full lite doors with sidelites, double entry, solid wood with sidelites and dutch doors. Our glass styles range from beveled clear, flemish, art, insulated, and iron classic. There are many styles of door handles and hardware ranging from Multi-point lock hardware, Eagle locking System which automatically and independently engages at each latch, brass handles, Salem handsets, Kwikset, Smartkey and electronic locks.
Set up a free consultation with one of our designers here at GHS Custom Home Designs, Inc. and we can help you choose the right door for your home. Also, visit our showroom today to see the many styles and designs that we have.