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Why Do Front Doors Cost So Much?
Shopping for a new front door is expensive due to the type of material used to manufacture the door, which includes fiberglass, steel, and wood. Front doors need to be sturdy to ensure safety for the home. It’s also important to consider the brand of the door, which can also influence the price.
If you’re currently shopping for a new front door then you already know that finding an affordable front door that meets your design standards is a difficult task. The size of your door will affect the price, therefore a large door will cost considerably more, and a double door will cost more than a single door.
Different Types of Glass Doors
There are many different styles of glass doors to achieve your desired exterior home look. We rounded up different glass front doors. Everything from arched single white glass doors to unique frosted or stained glass designs.
Arched Single White Glass Front Door
This distinctive Georgian family home’s entry hall is painted in a relaxing color combination of cream, eggshell, and off-white écru and is anchored by a rush runner from Edit 58.
Arch Steel Metal Front Door
This foyer has a Mediterranean home feel with the custom round metal front door.
Paneled Double Doors with Large Fanlight
With its paneled double doors and wide fanlight, this Regency house in Berkshire by Philip Hooper certainly has a magnificent entry.
Black Steel Glass Door With Large Arched Window
The enormous arched window and all of the exposed rafters contrast with the grand front door. The large arched window creates a unique extension to the door making it look more grand and luxe.
Modern Front Door with Sidelights
The entryway is a modern design. The solid front door allows minimal privacy while the sidelights bounce natural light around the space.
Wrought Iron French Entry Barn Sliding Tempered Glass Door Designs
The best combination of modern and rustic. The single iron French door takes up the entire entryway to maximize natural light.
Traditional Front Door With Custom Window Panes
This South Hampton home has a beautiful traditional white front door. However, the clients wanted a personalized touch to make a wow-worthy entrance to their summer home.
Single Curve Front Door
Double doors aren’t always needed to make a dramatic entrance. This black single door has a curved design that makes a bold statement to the Mediterranean foyer. A strong black front door is a nice contrast with the sleek white walls.
How Safe Are Glass Front Doors?
Front doors are an investment so is splurging on a new glass front door actually worth it? Don’t worry having a front door made with glass does not appeal to burglars and they’re not easy to break due to the thickness of the glass. According to SafeNow.Org, “…34% of burglars use the doorknob to break into a home, while 23% use a first-floor window.”