The professional door installation team at West Shore Home® in Raleigh, NC recently completed a stunning project featuring a new Snow Mist White door with brass hardware, double side lights, and a storm door. The customer wanted an upgraded, energy-efficient door that would not only improve the appearance of their home but also save them money on their energy bills.
Energy efficiency is a crucial factor to consider when selecting a new exterior door. Doors that are not energy efficient can result in significant heat loss during the winter months and increased cooling costs during the North Carolina summers. This can lead to higher energy bills and a less comfortable indoor environment. The new white door is not only visually appealing but also energy efficient. It is designed with insulated glass and weatherstripping to reduce air leaks and improve insulation. This helps to keep the home’s interior comfortable year-round while also reducing energy costs.
The Importance of a Storm door
In addition to the main front door for this Raleigh home, the project also included the installation of a storm door. A storm door is an important component of any energy-efficient door system. It provides an additional layer of protection against the elements, helping to reduce air leaks and improve insulation. This can result in even greater energy savings and a more comfortable indoor environment.
Video: Austin W. of the Raleigh West Shore Home installation team.
LIKE THIS FRONT DOOR LOOK?
Your home can enjoy this beautiful white and brass combo too! If you’re interested in this look for your entry door, West Shore Home is ready for your project. The stunning sidelights and protective storm door add a unique layer to this home’s exterior, and can be made fit for your home too. Schedule a free design consultation and mention that you are interested in this combination for your entry door replacement. Contact us today to get started!