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94086 Door Installation Articles

Which is better: gliding or French patio doors?

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Gliding patio doors have a more contemporary look and are also typically less expensive. Meanwhile, french patio doors give a beautiful, classic look to the room.  (Photo courtesy of Jim Sublousky)
Gliding patio doors have a more contemporary look and are also typically less expensive. Meanwhile, french patio doors give a beautiful, classic look to the room. (Photo courtesy of Jim Sublousky)

The two most common styles of patio doors are gliding (or sliding) and French. Many homeowners want to replace their patio doors, but are unsure if they want to stick with the same style or change to a different one. Which style is better? It depends on the situation. If you’re trying to choose which style you prefer, here are some tips to help you decide.

Installing a cellar door for access and safety

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This member removed the old door frame and water started flowing into the basement. So he called highly rated local pros who installed a new door on a poured concrete base. (Photo courtesy of member Gene M. of Kenosha, Wisc.)
This member removed the old door frame and water started flowing into the basement. So he called highly rated local pros who installed a new door on a poured concrete base. (Photo courtesy of member Gene M. of Kenosha, Wisc.)

A cellar or bulkhead door offers easy outside access to your basement or crawl space while still keeping your home secure.

How much does it cost to fix a screen door?

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Replacing a screen door yourself, which this homeowner did after a dog mauled his old one, costs about the same as hiring a professional to do it for you. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Steven F., San Carlos, California)
Replacing a screen door yourself, which this homeowner did after a dog mauled his old one, costs about the same as hiring a professional to do it for you. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Steven F., San Carlos, California)

Screen door full of holes? Read what experts say about the cost of replacing a screen door and when you should consider hiring a professional.

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All Door Installers in 94086, CA

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3 Generations Improvements

101 Parkshore Dr
Folsom, CA

5K Design & Construction Inc

515 Highland Ave
San Mateo, CA

A Nelson Finish Carpentry

1955 Taylor Ave
Newman, CA

A & B DOORS INC

2502 CHANNING AVE
San Jose, CA

A & J Doors

4435 1st St
Livermore, CA

A Affordable Handymen Maintenence Services

870 E El Camino Real
Mountain View, CA

A Any Garage Door Co

6500 Dublin Blvd
Dublin, CA

A Any Garage Door Co

12900 Saratoga Ave
Saratoga, CA

A AnyTime Garage Doors & Gates

1512 Webster St
Alameda, CA

A AnyTime Garage Doors & Gates

3469 Tennessee
Vallejo, CA

A HONEY DO LIST

PO Box 814
Belmont, CA

A Nor Cal Handyman Company

4497 Latimer Ave
San Jose, CA

A&H Construction

20719 Laurel Dr.
Los Gatos, CA

A's Handyman

33 Birch Lane
San Jose, CA

A+ SAN Mateo Garage Door

54 E 4th Ave
San Mateo, CA

A-Taylor Made Window

5327 Jacuzzi St
Richmond, CA

A-Z DISCOUNT WINDOWS, SKYLIGHTS & DOORS

1002 O'BRIEN CT
San Jose, CA

A1 Home Service

158 Wshington Blvd
Fremont, ca
94086 Zip Codes