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Exterior Doors

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Find the Right Exterior Doors for Your Home at Lowe’s

From residential entry doors and patio doors to dog doors and magnetic screen doors, exterior doors are an important element of any home. They offer points of entry, provide security and add style. Whatever type of exterior door you’re in the market for, Lowe’s has the selection to fit your needs.

Exterior Door Types

The Front Door: One of the most important doors for your home, it boosts curb appeal and creates a first impression for visitors or anyone driving by. Entry doors come in a variety of styles, colors and finishes, making it easy to find one that matches your home’s design and your personal preference.

The Screen Door: Want to feel a nice spring breeze blowing through your home? Screen doors allow you to keep exterior doors, like front doors, open without letting unwanted bugs and pests inside. Some screen doors even have a built-in dog door for added convenience.

The Storm Door: A step up from screen doors, storm doors are generally designed with interchangeable glass and screen panels, so you can swap them out as seasons change. They can help with insulation, provide ventilation and protect your front door from the elements.

The Security Door: These heavy-duty doors are designed to provide a layer of strength and protection against intrusion. Some security doors are designed with perforated metal screens, allowing for safer ventilation.

The Commercial Door: Commercial entry doors are built with even stronger standards than regular security doors. They use heavy-duty hardware like panic bars for quick exits and have higher fire ratings than residential entry doors.

The Patio Door: Patio doors give you easy access to your back deck or patio, with options including French doors and sliding glass doors.

Door Configurations

Consider different door configurations to add a little extra style to your entrance. A front door with sidelights — glass panels on one or both sides of the door — creates a brighter entryway. Double front doors help create a grand appearance. Other options include a transom, which is a decorative accent placed above the door, and more.

The way the door swings should be considered, too. Inswing doors open inward, and outswing doors open outward — choose the one that works best for your home.

Door Styles and Materials

Since exterior doors — especially entrance doors — are an important feature of your home, you should focus on what they’re made of and what they look like. Choose doors that complement the architecture of your home as well as provide durability. We carry a variety of front door styles, including modern front doors, wooden front doors and glass front doors, so you can easily find one that suits your home.

Lowe’s knows that exterior doors are an important part of your home’s look and security. Shop online to find the perfect one for your needs and pick it up at your local Lowe’s.