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New Entry Door & Windows Modernize Lansing Entry

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Project Scope

  • Type: Home/Residence
  • Industry: Retail
  • Location: East Lansing, MI
  • Age of Structure: 1970's
  • Area of Structure Involved: Front entryway
  • Door Materials Used: Wood

Before

Old entryway with orange double doors and storm doors

After

Entryway with new contemporary entry door and wood fixed and awning windows

This East Lansing, Michigan, customer wanted a more contemporary look for their front entry and wanted to match similar styles of windows at the far end of their home where they had fixed windows with awning windows below.

Due to the size and structural needs of a more contemporary look, we decided on two different widths of windows on the sides of the new door. We wanted to balance the door to be in vicinity of existing ceiling light.

We used contemporary Architect Series windows and a Pella® Series entry door for this transformation. The installation went off without a hitch and the customer is pleased with the modern result.

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Tom Otis

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Tom Otis is one of our Residential Replacement Representatives in Lansing, and he has been with Pella Windows and Doors since 2002. Tom attended Ferris State University before landing careers in residential construction, framing and remodeling. When Tom is not working, you’ll most likely find him at his kids’ (Austin and Ashley) sporting events, working on projects around his home or driving/working on his 1953 F250 (which he frequently takes to car shows).

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totis@pellabyhorne.com

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