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Interior & Storm Door Installation

Interior & Storm Door Installation

Special Financing Options

Complete your project and stay on budget.

*Subject to credit approval.

Professional Independent Installers

Licensed (where applicable), insured and background-checked for your peace of mind.

Product Expertise

We can answer any questions you have.

Labor Warranty

One year of protection comes standard with installation.

How It Works

Here’s what to expect when having an interior door, storm door, screen door or security door installed

Step 1: Submit Your Information

Complete the online form to schedule an in-home appointment for a professional independent installer to measure your space and assess your door needs. 

Step 2: Get Your Quote

When your measurement is complete, we’ll follow up with a quote, which will include product and labor. We’ll answer any questions you have and schedule an installation date that works for you.

Step 3: Installation Day

Once the installation is complete, your installer will clean up, review manufacturer care and maintenance instructions with you, and ensure you’re 100% satisfied.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Upgrade Your Home With New Interior Doors

If you’ve updated your home’s décor and still find that your space feels a little flat, it might be time for an interior door replacement. Choose Stronger installation and product services to take the guesswork out of hanging your new door. Replacing closet doors and other doors is easy with our installation service, thanks to professional independent installers who have expert knowledge of French, barn, closetscreen, storm and bifolding door installation. 

French doors offer privacy without sacrificing the flow of natural light through your home. Consider these doors to close off a dining room or office. Or use them to separate cooking and living areas inside your home. Their classic beauty withstands the test of time, so you’ll never have to worry about this look going out of style. 

Barn doors are great for closets and baths. Suspended by top-mounted hardware, these doors roll gently into place over the desired opening. Some barn doors come unfinished, so you have complete freedom with stain and paint colors to complement your home’s interior. Keep in mind, however, that they may not provide the desired privacy for a shared bathroom. 

Traditional framed and slab closet doors can match or coordinate with your home’s other interior doors. And you can explore sliding closet doors in a variety of styles and finishes. From farmhouse to modern, these attractive doors provide a stylish upgrade and smooth function.

Storm doors protect your home from severe weather. They’re usually placed in front of your home’s primary exterior doors. Most models have interchangeable glass panels so you can look outside. Some folding patio doors provide similar protection and are great alternatives if you want a more modern feel.