Residential Storm Doors

After buying the perfect new entry door for your home, you’ll want to make sure you do everything you can to protect it. Of course, there are steps you can take to maintain and preserve it on your own, but sometimes, it’s nice to have a bit of extra help.

That’s where residential storm doors come into play. These are the protective doors that sit in front of the main one of your house, and Doors of Pontiac is here to help you if you decide to get one. Of course, there are many benefits of installing an aluminum storm door that you should know before considering one.

When something is called a residential storm door, one could reasonably expect it to protect against the effects of storms—and that’s exactly what it does. These doors block out rain, ice, and snow, all of which will eat away at any good door over years of exposure. On top of that, these doors can also block out excessive amounts of wind, which can put a lot of pressure on your main door.

If you get a storm door with a screen, you can also reap the benefits of nicer weather. The best part of these doors is that they allow you to leave your front door open to let in the sunshine and fresh air without having to worry about the bugs. Plus, if you have guests coming over, an open door will be much more inviting.

Another great feature is the fact that these doors can act as another layer of defense for your home. These security screen doors can lock, meaning that would-be burglars would have to break through two doors. That’s a huge deterrent from even trying to target your house in the first place.

Even if you simply want a storm door due to its aesthetic appeal, Doors of Pontiac is the place to get them if you live in the area. Not only will we sell you a high-quality product, but we will send our team of experts to put it up for you. If you have any questions about the residential storm doors we offer or our installation process, feel free to reach out to us by phone or email. You can also set up an appointment to get a free estimate down below.