Attaining Needed Privacy

Three Things You Should Keep In Mind When Choosing Your Storefront Doors

Choosing the doors that will act as the entrance to your shop or commercial premises is important no matter what industry you are in. From retail stores to real estate and clothing to construction, making a good first impression is the best way to end up getting a sale from your customers. However, you also need to balance practicality with aesthetics, and there are certain features you may need that are geographically specific to your location. Here are three things you should consider when choosing your storefront doors so that you balance both style and usefulness.


Most of the time storefront doors are glass, and there is a good reason for that. Glass is inviting, it allows you to see what's inside and it encourages you to walk in. For foot traffic, glass doors are an absolute must. That does not mean, however, that you cannot personalize other areas of your storefront doors. Choosing a colored frame or one made out of brass instead of aluminum can be a great way to stamp your shop's personality right at the front door. Consider what theme your store has and then look at the shop front door catalogs for options that match your current design.


If you live in a state that gets more extreme temperatures during summer and winter, then you may want to consider insulated glass storefront doors. The alternative would be to choose wooden doors, which can turn potential customers away. Insulated glass works just as well, if not better, than wooden doors at insulating you from the heat or cold outside. This is not just important for your customers, but also for your employees who have to work in this area all day long. The happier your employees are, the better the chance for a successful sale!


There are many different types of glass storefront doors, from simple automated ones that open when a sensor is triggered to the old-fashioned turnstile ones that are made famous in large skyscrapers. This is where you should spend most of your energy, as this is the most discerning feature from other storefronts. This is where you can have more fun and show off your individuality. Don't get too complicated, however, as the last thing you want is for people to get put off by a door that they can't figure out how to get in! 

Contact a company that offers storefront door installation services to learn more.

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Attaining Needed Privacy

When I moved into my current home a few years ago, I was surprised to learn that a door did not exist to close off my master bathroom from my master bedroom. My home was built roughly 20 years ago when split bathroom designs were popular. My vanity is located in an area that is open to my bedroom while the toilet and shower reside in an area that contains a door. To attain needed privacy while brushing my teeth or applying my makeup, I searched for different types of doors. My design choices were endless. On this blog, you will learn how to attain privacy by installing a stylish door in your open bathroom.