Baby, it’s cold inside! With the cold weather coming soon protect your home against the cold by making sure your exterior doors are weather tight.
Exterior doors need to protect against outdoors elements such as rain, wind, changing temperatures, and the wear and tear of everyday life. They need to be stronger than interior doors, which means that over time weatherstripping needs to be replaced or other repairs need to be made such as adjusting the size of your door, repairing the dents, replacing the hinges, sealing your door against a cold draft, or replacing the doorway altogether.
You may be asking yourself, how do I know it’s a good time to fix my door? Well, you might notice that your door sticks, creaks, or does not close as easily as it used to. Wood expands and contracts through the changing weather, therefore, after your house has settled you might need to make some practical adjustments to ensure that your entry door is giving you the protection your house needs. Keep in mind that the changing weather isn’t the only thing that affects your door. If your house welcomes a lot of foot traffic, your door is more likely to need some attention.
Consider Home Mender for your door repair needs! Home Mender has the experience and expertise you need to get your home ready for the changing weather!