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A home door often leaves a lasting first impression of your home on a visitor. Does your current door convey beauty, a warm welcome, a sense of security and your personality? Door replacements should project your sense of style and complement your home by presenting a welcoming view.

Customer First Construction offers you endless door replacement styles to choose from. There’s only one limiting factor; the size of the opening. Front doors come in single or doubles. They can have sidelight windows and a motif of modern, French and Victorian.

In addition to enhancing the exterior of your home, improving curb appeal and increasing resale value a new quality made front door can increase your home’s energy efficiency. With the rise of awareness about energy savings, door manufacturers have improved the quality and efficiency of their doors compared to decades ago.

If you’re contemplating a front door replacement here a few things to consider:

Is your door difficult to close completely? When a door is difficult to close it often leaves gaps allowing air flow in and out resulting in a sever loss of energy savings.

Does your current door have a deadbolt locking system? If you’re door does not have a deadbolt locking or other reliable locking system you may not be fully protected from outside intruders.

Does water come in under the bottom of your door when it rains? If this is happening with your door there’s an issue with the doors ability to create an air tight seal. With prolonged exposure to the elements your interior is at risk for further damage.


Over the past several years, there has been a lot of information encouraging homeowners to make energy saving upgrades to their homes. Replacing old windows with energy efficient models can be a great investment. Manufacturers have improved the quality and efficiency due to the numerous new tax credits that were released over the past few years. The improvements mean you will receive a better quality window for a much affordable cost than originally thought. Replacement windows do not show an initial pay back for your investment, but over a period a time you will experience a payback with energy savings. If you still have old wooden window frames, the wood can warp over time and bend allowing gaps for air to creep in creating a drafty environment in your home, drastically decreasing your energy savings.

If you’re contemplating the investment of window replacement here are a few things to consider:

  • Are your current windows made of wood and creating a draft? Whenever you feel a draft in your home, double check that the draft is coming from the windows and not some other structural issue.
  • Do you see moisture or condensation in-between the window panes? Condensation is usually a definitive sign of a seal failure resulting in a faulty window that is no longer protecting your home from the elements. This is probably a good time for window replacement.
  • Are your windows hard to open and close? Windows should not be hard to open and close. If you’re experiencing this, it is a good indicator that your window is in need of replacement. Difficulty opening a window creates a burden for the homeowner to enjoy the outside weather, but difficulty closing one can lead to a seal failure resulting in air leakage. An air leakage creates a loss of energy savings that is quite literally going right out the window.

There are numerous reasons to replace your doors & windows and the above mentioned suggestions are just a few. Call today to let one of our experienced home remodelers help you choose the best window for your home and energy saving needs.

Customer First Construction Services

Customer First Construction is a premier certified roofing contractor in Maryland. We offer a range of roofing services and guarantee that all our work executed with expertise, integrity and professionalism. Choosing the right roofing contractor to install your new roof and assess roofing repair is just as important as selecting quality roofing contractor materials.

Perhaps one of the most popular home siding choices for homeowners is vinyl. Vinyl siding offers an array of colors and several styles. The colors and styles are attractive, affordable, durable and easy to maintain. By using vinyl siding, homeowners are able to create the desired custom look for a fraction of the cost of other materials.

A rain gutter is key, but often overlooked, component to a home’s roofing system and help maintain the infrastructure’s integrity. The job of a rain gutter system is to collect the water coming from all roof slopes, then direct it away from the home’s siding, window, door and most importantly the foundation.