When it comes to selling a home the first and last thing a buyer sees and touches in the front entry door. A door should make a statement to the entry of something grand and special. the weight and ease of swing leave an impression of the quality and care taken with the home or space. Doors have an aesthetic role to give an impression to viewers of what lies beyond.
I am always the most nit-picky with my clients on the appearance of their entryways and the effect their entry door leaves on guests. My biggest pet peeve is the hideous metal or plastic screen doors the disguise any visual interest or presence to the feature that is a homes entry. Please… if anyone is listening take a second look at your front door and ensure it pops. Use bright or bold colors, high gloss, well crafted hardware in metal wood or glass and make sure it fits with the character of your home and lifestyle. For safety’s sake don’t make it in all glass with no privacy and have a peep hole or another form of view so you can protect your home and loved ones.