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Entry Doors

New Energy Star Qualified Exterior Doors doors help save energy while saving you money.

The front door is one of first things people notice when they look at your home. It is a major part of your home's curb appeal and often determine whether your home looks inviting or not. Your choice of the right entry door is an important decision. There are a lot of styles, finishes, and appearances to chose from.

Curb appeal is not the only reason you should be concerned about the entry doors to your home, whether it's the front door, rear door, or a side entry door. The entry doors to your home have a big impact on the amount of energy that you use on a daily basis and it may play a bigger role than you might think.

If your entry doors are installed incorrectly, have cracks or holes in them, or if they are not properly sealed, they can release cool air during the hot summer months and heat during the cold winter months and cause you to spend unnecessarily on high energy bills.

The right exterior doors can protect your home from the elements and control the air flow into it. This, along with other energy saving tips, can save you money and actually pay for themselves over time.

When buying new exterior doors for your home, look for the Energy Star label. You can find Energy Star approved doors at most hardware stores including Orchard, Lowe's and Home Depot.

Energy Star Qualified Exterior Doors provide protection and contributes to the overall value of your home. They can create an insulating barrier that can reduce energy loss by as much as 30 to 50% while helping to keep your home comfortable throughout the year.

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