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Window World of Central Valley is your source for well-constructed replacement doors that boast strength, style and security. If you’ve been wanting to change up your Charlottesville-area home, there’s no better place to start than Window World! Browse our door styles below to learn more.
Want to make an unforgettable first impression? Start with your front door. At Window World of Central Valley, you’ll find a variety of styles and finishes to match your taste and boost your curb appeal for years to come.
If you’re searching for a natural touch to your living room, consider a new patio door from Window World of Central Valley. Our patio doors feature large , easy-to-operate glass panels designed to maximize natural lighting into your living space year-round.
Elegance, sophistication and originality come to mind when considering french-style doors from Window World of Central Valley. These beautiful door systems open toward the inside, making them ideal custom additions to your living space and outdoor area.
French Rail doors are easy-to-operate sliding doors that combine the natural light flow of a standard patio door with the elegance of a sliding door system.
Larson Full-View Storm Doors are built for protection, durability and style. With interchangeable screen options and full or standard versions, you can select the storm door that best fits your home.
Adding an inviting but secure door to your home is something we’re passionate about. We provide doors to our customers that welcome their guests, give natural light into living spaces and mesh well with the home’s exterior.
Like your home’s insulation and HVAC system, exterior doors play an important role in your home’s energy performance. At Window World of Central Valley, our replacement doors are constructed with superior thermal insulation, making use of Low-E glass, sealed weatherstripping and other energy-saving features.
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 of Central Valley, you can choose from a wide selection of door colors.