This doorway was a challenge. The entry to an older home in Bryan, TX was a massive door that, unfortunately, was damaged beyond repair. Years of rain, Texas heat, and, most recently, a beating from Hurricane Harvey had caused the old wooden door to swell, crack, and begin to fail at the joints. We set about replacing the door and rebuilding the entryway.
My clients chose a door from our door supplier and we installed it when the door arrived a few weeks later. The old entryway had no insulation and I can imagine that in full summer heat or winter chill, you would feel the draft walking by. We completely tore out the old framing, built new framing, installed the door, added insulation, closed it back up, and painted it.
The finished result really boosted the curb appeal of this home. In fact, the homeowners loved it so much that I’m going back to replace a few more doors for them in the next couple of weeks. We originally painted the door and surround in Doe Skin by Kelly Moore but since both of the homeowners are professors at Texas A&M University, it just wasn’t right without some Aggie Maroon.
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