Beautiful Exterior Doors for Your Home in the Kansas City, MO Area
Exterior doors from Bordner can increase the curb appeal of your Kansas City, Missouri, area home by providing a beautiful new entryway, which is often a home’s first impression. Our entry doors are available in either fiberglass or steel and can be customized with many different styles and colors to match your home’s appearance.
Our exterior doors boast a host of features to protect your home in Kansas City, MO, and improve its energy efficiency, including:
- Increased thickness – Our doors are up to 2.5 inches thick (or up to 43 percent thicker than average doors) to allow for extra built-in insulation.
- Dual perimeter seal – With their tight seals, our doors can limit drafts and potentially help lower your energy bills.
- Insulation channel – Each door has an added layer of extra insulation in the side rails and header will help with keeping out the external air.
Not only do we install superior exterior doors, but we also provide customer service that is among the best in the industry. We will assign a project manager to oversee the project throughout the installation process, and this person will be happy to answer any questions you have and keep you informed for the duration.
For more information about the durable and aesthetically appealing exterior doors Bordner can install at your home in the Kansas City, MO, area, contact us today. Make sure to ask about all of the financing options that we offer for qualifying homeowners. We also offer sliding patio doors that share many of the same functional and aesthetic features.
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