3 Tips to Choosing the Best Entry Doors for Your Toronto Home March 2, 2016 Making a decision about replacing the entry doors in your home shouldn’t be done lightly. That’s because for most Toronto area homeowners, this is going to be a significant investment. A quality front door can cost several thousands of dollars. If you’re looking at replacing the sliding glass patio door along your deck or that leads to the outdoor living space, that can also be $1,000 or more. As a result, you want to take your time in making this important decision. If you rush yourself through this process just to get it done you will likely regret at least some aspect of your decision later on. It’s also important to keep in mind that choosing the right replacement windows has potential to increase the value of your home, including its curb appeal, tremendously. Here are three tips that can help you choose the right entry doors for your home. Tip #1: Establish a budget first. Before you set out looking for a new entry door, whether you’re replacing all of them or just one, establish a budget with which you are comfortable. If it’s $1,000, fine, but keep in mind as mentioned quality entry doors can cost several thousands of dollars. Tip #2: Look around the neighborhood. Take a drive throughout your neighborhood and even other areas and look at the different types of front and other entry doors that homes have on them. You might see one that would look great on your home. If you have a single front door and think a double wide door would be a better entry point, it will likely cost quite a bit more for installation because of all the extra work that will be required. As long as you get a good idea of how different doors look on homes, it can give you a solid launching point. Tip #3: Shop at a quality window and door company. You can certainly save money by choosing a home improvement superstore, but you’re not going to get quality doors there. Instead, focus on small to medium-sized window and door companies. There, you can get quality, speak to somebody who has a great deal of experience, and more.