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Glass doors on homes and businesses lend an air of elegance to nearly any structure. When it comes to installing glass doors, it's important to take precise measurements and handle the glass carefully; otherwise, the door may not fit properly or could easily be broken. Let us help you find a contractor by filling in the form you see below.► Click For Free Glass Door Quotes ◄
When it comes to glass doors, there are numerous options for you to choose from. Your door can contain clear, tinted, frosted or stained glass depending on the look you are trying to achieve. It can also contain double panes of glass in order to provide even more insulation from the elements. A glass door that is placed on a residence will likely be much different than one installed on a commercial establishment will, as those used for businesses are typically much larger and contain thicker panes of glass.
Average glass door costs will depend largely on the size of door and its features. Clear glass tends to be cheaper to install than tinted, frosted, or stained glass does. Double panes of glass will also be more expensive than single panes will. Commercial doors tend to cost more than residential doors because they contain more secure locks, and must usually be wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs. They can also be operated electronically, and electric doors are more expensive to install than manual ones are.
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Q. Do glass doors make my home a target for criminals?
A. Not necessarily. If you have a glass door, itís recommended to replace the existing glass for laminate glass. Itís much stronger and when broken, it splinters instead of shatters which makes it difficult for intruders to enter. If you live in a particularly storm prone area, upgrading to laminate is a good idea too, although itís possible to install shutters (even removable ones) to help provide protection when required. To find out the price of laminate glass doors, please use the free quote form on our website.
Q. What is the best way to secure a glass door?
A. The best method is to install a security sensor that will let you know when your sliding glass door has been opened. This sensor can also be tied into your alarm system, and will contact the police on your behalf in the event you are not at home.
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