Door Styles For Your Home

Door choices can have a big impact on how your home looks. Exterior doors need to be sturdy against the elements, while interior doors should fit well into your design aesthetic and function for each room.

Wood doors offer a timeless charm that can accent any decor. They also help lower energy bills with their natural insulating qualities.

Single Entry Door

Whether acting as a first impression or shield from the elements, the style of your entry door has a significant impact on the look and feel of your home. Teem Wholesale offers a variety of doors in different materials to fit your unique architectural style and meet your functional needs.

Our range of single entry doors includes wood, vinyl, and fiberglass options. Wood doors exude timeless charm and blend seamlessly with both traditional and contemporary designs. They also act as a natural insulator, keeping your home cozy and cutting down on energy costs.

For large openings, bi-fold doors fold against one another and offer a wide unobstructed view. They’re ideal for parties or breezy Warren afternoons, when you want to let in some fresh air without letting pets and kids out! Vinyl doors are low-maintenance and have a modern appearance that fits a wide range of architecture. Fiberglass doors mimic the appearance of wood but provide durability and energy efficiency.

Double Entry Door

Double front doors are a grand statement piece that elevates your home’s curb appeal. They offer a larger opening, perfect for allowing large furniture or bulky electronics to be easily moved through your doorway. They also allow natural light to flood your living spaces, creating a warm and welcoming ambiance.

With a range of style options, these doors are available in wood, fiberglass, and coated steel. Each material has unique benefits, depending on your needs and budget. For example, steel doors resist corrosion and are very durable against weather elements. Fiberglass offers a sleek appearance and is easy to maintain. And, wooden doors are a natural insulator and provide beautiful, timeless beauty.

Once you’ve decided on the double entry door style that best fits your lifestyle, consider the additional features available to further customize your new door. For example, you can install sidelites which are glass panels on each side of the door, and a transom over the door which is an arched window that serves as a door skylight.

Bi-Fold Door

A bi-fold door is a great option for opening up living spaces and connecting to the outdoors. They are typically glazed and can bring in plenty of natural light, plus they offer flexibility with how they open and stack. Bifold doors are available as internal or external and can be customised to suit a wide range of requirements.

The door hardware is also important. For example, it’s best to choose stainless steel handles and hardware, as these are durable, resist corrosion and don’t need much maintenance. Bi-fold doors are also often fitted with high-security locks, such as those that have passed Florida’s HVHZ (High Velocity Hurricane Zone) testing.

Other optional features include a choice of colors, finishes and effects and a wide selection of frame shapes. Some manufacturers, such as Origin, even have super slim frames to allow for maximum light flow and uninterrupted views. For safety, look for bi-fold doors that come with childproof gaskets to protect young fingers if they accidentally get caught in the sliding panels.

Dutch Door

Incorporate classic charm into your home with our traditional exterior doors. Available in a wide variety of styles and options, they allow you to personalize your home’s aesthetic. For a nod to country style, choose a series that can be cut as a Dutch door and let your kids and pets out while keeping the weather out.

Bi-fold doors are a perfect solution for homeowners who want a wider view of their backyard. Offering a sleek appearance, they’re an ideal option for opening up large spaces and making rooms feel bigger.

As a natural insulator, wood doors are great for maintaining comfortable indoor temperatures and keeping energy bills low. They also add a timeless look that complements any interior design scheme, whether it’s classic or modern.