EXPERT EXTERIOR DOOR INSTALLATION AND REPLACEMENT
By replacing your exterior door, you can add a visually appealing, personal touch to your home. More importantly, a new front entry door from Sears can lessen the loss of heated or cooled air through the door, helping reduce your energy bill.
At Sears Home Services, we offer a variety of entry door options that can add light, style and security to your home. We offer fiberglass front entry systems and storm and security doors in a wide variety of decorative designer options. In addition to our many colors and stains, we also offer a variety of locksets and deadbolt hardware options to suit your needs.
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EXTERIOR DOOR OPTIONS
Our fiberglass Entry Systems are available in multiple styles to integrate function and security with beauty and curb appeal.
Additional weather, insect and security barrier
Several styles available
THREE STEPS TO A SUCCESSFUL REMODEL
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Our licensed pros tailor the job to fit your budget and timeline.
WHY SEARS Entry Door REMODEL?
Trusted warranties cover all Entry Door remodel products.
Sears installs products that endure for more than 25 years, on average.
Sears guarantees all its work.
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TIPS FROM SEARS HOME IMPROVEMENT EXPERTS
In an era where sustainability and cost-efficiency are at the forefront of homeowners’ minds, taking proactive steps to enhance your home’s energy efficiency has never been more crucial.
Your home is not just a shelter; it’s an ecosystem where every component plays a vital role in maintaining comfort and managing utility bills. From the windows and doors that invite in natural light to the roof that shields you from the elements, and the insulation and furnace that regulate your indoor climate, each element contributes to your home’s overall energy performance.
Learn how to perform an energy assessment on your home and discover the essential practices for improving your home’s energy efficiency. These simple yet impactful measures will not only reduce your carbon footprint but also put extra dollars back in your wallet.
From weather stripping to cleaning, giving your home’s exterior doors a little TLC may help extend their life, increase curb appeal and save energy.
Your home’s exterior doors are workhorses, when you think about it. They’re on the job to help keep your family safe day and night. They hold the elements at bay. And they’re a big part of your home’s aesthetic, adding beauty, elegance and even a dash of color to the exterior.
Spring is a great time to give your doors some much-deserved maintenance. All it takes is a sunny weekend and a little elbow grease. Not only will it brighten up the appearance of your home, but it may help lighten your energy bill, too.
Remember to consult your owner’s manual first for information on how to properly care for your specific doors.
There are many front door styles to consider for your home, everything from decorative panels to etched glass.
Along with a variety of colors and textures, you can provide a customized first impression for your guests. Beyond aesthetics, however, your exterior door should also keep your family safe, provide privacy, and help maintain energy efficiency.
When considering a replacement front door, it’s important to find the right balance between attractiveness and durability. Here are some important factors to consider when picking out a new front entry door.
From gutters to windows to furnaces, these winterization steps will help you ready your house for its long winter’s nap.
When the leaves are turning and there’s a chill in the air, there’s no denying that winter is on its way. You might prepare for the coming weather by digging your parka out of the back of the closet and putting away your summer clothes. But is your house ready to face Old Man Winter?
Here’s what you need to know if you’re wondering how to winterize your house for the coming season.
When temperatures drop each winter, it’s time again to crank up the heat.
Firing up the furnace, pellet stove, space heaters, or whatever works best in your home raises your energy bills, and if you’re like most people, you’d prefer to pay as little as possible.
Winterizing doors in your house and sealing air leaks around exterior doors is one of the best ways to minimize your energy costs. The U.S. Department of Energy reports that up to 30% of your energy use can escape through unsealed doors and windows. Fortunately, you need only a few low-cost items to detect and seal air leaks. Professional door replacement may be necessary if you live in an older house, but chances are you can improve your home’s energy efficiency on your own with a little DIY winterization.
Whether your priority is looks, security or energy savings, your home’s front door should make a lasting impression.
Here are a few of our best front door ideas to get you started. Sears Home Services can help you make a great first impression, no matter what your priority is.