Making home improvements is a valuable investment in one of your greatest assets. If you are sprucing up your house to get it ready to put on the market, there are several quick fixes that can make a big difference. The first impression potential buyers will have of your home is when they pull into the driveway. A tidy yard with nice landscaping will greatly improve the curb appeal. So will a new wood entry doors. If your front door is worn or out of style, you should consider replacing it. This is the first thing buyers will notice when they enter your home. New wood entry doors come in a variety of styles and colors to compliment any type of home. And, when you consider the impact that they have when selling a home, it is a smart investment to make.
There are also several improvements that can easily be made inside a home as well. Many experts recommend applying a fresh coat of neutral paint throughout the home and removing any dated wallpaper. Another way to update an older home is to install new wood interior doors. Many homeowners do not realize that a fix this simple can really help make a difference. There are many styles of wood interior doors to choose from including six panel, arched two panel, louvered and many others. It is important to get accurate measurements for each door before making a purchase. You should also determine if you need a slab door or a new construction door. If you are not especially handy, or if you do not have the time to hang a new door, give us a call for a free estimate. We will provide accurate measurements, information on the various door options, and get them installed quickly. Our prices are highly competitive and the quality of our work has kept customers coming back to us.
DoorsVA.com Sterling, VA 20165- Call office 703-430-7850 or cell 703-851-9057 ProVia Door, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of professional-class doors, storm doors, and patio doors. Based in Sugarcreek, Ohio "Andersen" and the AW logo are registered trademarks of Andersen Corporation. EMCO Enterprises, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Andersen Corporation.