Modular Wood and Other New Types of Doors

Picking the Right Screen Door for You

When you're looking to invest in a new screen door, there are two main areas you need to focus on before purchasing: 1) Know the purpose for your door; 2) Be comfortable with the installation company. The worst thing to do is to purchase a door that does not fit your needs and compound the mistake by having it incorrectly installed. Always do your research at each stage of the buying process. Here's how you get started:

Purpose for the Door

When you're looking into installing a new screen door for your home, one of the first things you'll want to do is make a list for its purpose. Are you looking for additional security? Is it more about keeping outside elements and pests out while improving your home's airflow? Do you like the way it looks?

A screen door can serve a multitude of purposes, but selecting the right model for your needs can be of significant help when shopping for the best choice for your home. If your primary worry is that a burglar can easily get through your door, you'll want a door that provides security as its main feature.

Installation & Service Provider

Now that you know the function of your door, you'll want to research the companies capable of proper installation. Say for instance that the purpose of your door is to provide your home with additional security. You aren't going to go with a company who installs screen doors with the intention of keeping bugs out while giving you more airflow. You'll want to go with a company who is knowledgeable and experienced with installing a security screen door that will actually protect your home.

To go about doing this, ask the prospective company questions: 1) How many years have you been in business?; 2) What are some of the reasons people inquire about your services?; 3) How well have the doors you've installed performed in limiting break ins? Be very direct with your questions and do not shy away from asking about projects they've worked on in the past.

You should also ask technical questions, or if you're not familiar with the industry, as them to explain the advantages of a steel vs. aluminum frame, grilles, locks, the affect the weather can play on the door over time. Even if you do not understand everything that they're explaining to you, it will help you get an idea for just how knowledgeable they are about the industry.

For more information, contact a local door company like Mitchell Aluminium