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Louisville Front Doors

New Entry Doors Make an Instant Impression

Your front door is the first impression for guests entering your home. And many homeowners are choosing to make bold statements with their front entrance.

Entry doors come with nearly limitless design opportunities. You can restore the historical look of a Colonial, Victorian, Tudor, Georgian, Cape Cod, or any other style home in Louisville’s traditional neighborhoods. Or you can mix modern style into your home with bold colors, glass options, and sleek designs.

Commonly known as: main door, entry door, entrance door, front entry door, exterior door, external door

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Popular Local Trends & Styles

Double Front Doors

Wider front entrances and wider hallways are trending in Louisville's newer constructions — a throwback to a popular feature of Victorian homes. Double doors provide double the impact on your home’s aesthetic, creating a visual focal point on the front of your home. Victorians and other traditional homes had multiple panels, decorative carvings, applied moldings, and transom windows with grilles.

Wood-look Front Doors

Wood-look Fiberglass front doors are popular for in traditional homes, a favorite in Central Kentucky. Fiberglass entry doors come in traditional and contemporary styles, and with a number of glass options, so you can get a look to fit your tastes.

Storm and Screen Doors*

When you go with a wood-like look of fiberglass or choose a steel entry door, a storm door can help protect your front entrance from the Kentucky climate. Storm doors come equipped with glass and screen panels that you can swap out to suit your needs or built-in retractable screens for more convenient ventilation. With a variety of designs, colors, and glass options, you can find a storm door that’s just as stylish as the front door it’s protecting.

Glass Doors, Sidelights, and Transoms

Glass is a great addition to a front door and there are many ways to incorporate it. Full light glass entry doors with clean, sleek lines give your home a modern touch and allow maximum light through your door. You can pair a door with windows on top or on the sides to bring in even more light and provide additional design opportunities. Sidelight and transom window combinations can make your front entrance look like a contemporary wall of glass or an art piece with more ornate designs and decorative options.

*Warning: Use caution when children or pets are around open windows and doors. Screens are not designed to retain children or pets.

Louisville Climate Recommendations

Fiberglass Doors

Entry doors must be able to stand up to everything from bitter cold to extreme heat without impacting the comfort of your home. Fiberglass offers a similar look to traditional wooden doors with less maintenance.

Low-E Protection

Get year-round protection with Low-E insulating glass on glass doors, sidelights, and transom windows. The added protection helps keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the hot, humid summer.

Weather Protection

Storm doors help protect fiberglass and steel entry door frames from cold winters, humid summers, and heavy precipitation. Preserve the look of your front door with a storm door to keep your main entrance looking great for years.

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