Wood French Door Replacement in 1940's Fairacres, NE Home

Double Inswing French Door

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The original french doors on this 1940's Fairacres, NE home did not operate properly and were a safety concern. This historic home had two sets of french doors - the exterior out-swing storm doors and interior in-swing french doors. The original set of french doors with different hinging made for an awkward entrance. 

We replaced the two sets of french doors with one set of Pella Architect Series french in-swing doors. Removing the storm doors and adding the wood french doors allow for a much easier entrance, not to mention improved design and performance. With more visible glass the living room now receives much more natural light.

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John Jones

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I have been a Pella professional for 20 years and have been recognized nationally by receiving Pella's President’s Club Award 7 times, as well as earning Lead Renovator Certification. I’m happily married and the proud father of 2 children. We live in Lincoln with our family dog. I keep active in the community by volunteering with church activities. When I’m not educating customers, I enjoy spending my free time watching sports, watching movies, golfing and connecting with family and friends.

johnjones@pellalincoln.com · 402.540.1969

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