The doors of a house are one of the first things an observer notices when they approach your home. Try this experiment next time you are out, consciously look at a house, it can be any house, yours, your neighbour’s, just a random house you are passing by. Look at it and be aware of where your eyes are drawn to and where they come to rest. It will probably be the front door.
Doors are the crown jewels of your home’s exterior. They’re how your home makes a first impression and they can say quite a bit about who lives there. They can be modern or traditional, subtle and private or open and commanding, they can say ‘this house is a castle,’ or ‘this is a home and you are welcome here.’ When you are shopping for doors, ask yourself ‘what do I want my homes exterior to say about me?’
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We chose them as a supplier because of the sheer beauty of their product and the impeccable craftsmanship they pour into each individual piece. Their doors are truly custom built and there’s no end to the options they offer. You can choose from different materials, professionally designed patterns, glass textures and levels of clarity, hardware, and colors. If your home is your castle then this is truly the door to put on it.
Of course, it’s not enough for an entrance door to look nice. With the price of energy skyrocketing and growing concern for efficiency and conservation, doors must be an entrance to your home but not a weak point in energy savings.
KV doors and windows employ the latest technology to make them an advantage when it comes to cutting down on energy loss, in warm and cold weather. From venting units that allow fresh air to enter and circulate in your home to internal blinds that block out sunlight, all KV products surpass the Energy Star High-Efficiency requirements.
Patio & Garden Doors
Your home’s patio or garden door may not be on display like the front door is, but that doesn’t mean you should use anything less than the best for it. Just like their entrance doors, KV patio and garden doors are works of art to behold. But they’re also industry leaders when it comes to prioritizing energy efficiency.
In the past large glass doors were the weakest spots in your home for energy loss. In the summer they would blanket large swaths of your interior with hot UV rays, forcing your air conditioner to run longer. In the winter, standing beside one it would only take a second to realize the noticeable dip in temperature. This is no longer the case with a KV patio or garden door.