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Doors play a variety of roles in your Kentucky living space, from protecting your loved ones to accenting your exterior. No matter the use, Window World of Lexington is your resource for both dependable and strong replacement doors.
How do you choose the right door for you? The beauty lies in personalization. Some homeowners like adding a pop of color to an entryway, and others prefer to stay with classic whites and greys. We offer a range of paint colors, glass styles, and knob options to fit your Lexington home. We encourage you to browse our vast collection of door styles. Have a question? Your Lexington representatives are knowledgeable and ready to answer any questions you may have about your project needs.
Your entryway is the first thing people notice as they walk up to your house. Our doors come in a variety of color and structure options, so you can make your exterior look as custom as your interior.
These doors allow a lot of natural light to pour into your living space. Additionally, the easy sliding patio doors are a classic way to connect you with the outdoors.
All the beauty of a French door, with the flexibility of a sliding glass door. The French rail has a heavy mainframe and thick glass to ensure durability.
French doors not only function as doors, but the large glass paneling also acts like a window, enhancing your view. These timeless options have a multi-point lock system to maximize security.
The storm Door provides beauty, while protecting your home from the elements. With two layers of heavy duty weatherstripping, severe weather will stay out.
Exterior doors play a vital role in your home’s energy efficiency. At Window World of Lexington, our replacement doors are equipped with superior thermal insulation, low-E glass, tightly sealed weatherstripping and additional energy-saving features so your home stays comfortable and your utility bills remain low.
The standard door is 80 inches tall, 36 inches wide, and 1 ⅜ inch thick. Exterior doors are the same height and width but are 1 ¾ inch thick instead.
To measure the size door that you need, start with the width of the door frame. Next, measure the height of the door frame. Afterward, measure the thickness of the door to get the full dimensions.
To paint a door, you can remove it from the hinges or paint it standing up. The first step is to prime the doors. Then, you can paint the door.
Consider the time of year when you are painting because you don’t want the temperature to be too hot or too cold. When you purchase a door from Window World, you can choose from a wide selection of door colors.