Exterior Door Installation

Bothell exterior door installation - Serving all of Northshore

Our door installation services span from Everett, to Redmond to the Northshore area and down to Renton and every where in between.

Eastside neighborhoods we service

  • Bellevue
  • Redmond
  • Kirkland
  • Issaquah
  • Bothell
  • Mill Creek
  • Woodinville


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Ask anyone. Installing exterior doors can be tricky. Many issues can come up when installing doors. Our home services specialists have over 7 years of exterior door installation experience have addressed almost any door related issue you could think of.
  1. Panel Doors: These are the most common type of doors found in homes. They are made of solid wood or plywood and have one or more panels that are framed by stiles and rails.
  2. French Doors: These doors are made of glass panes and are hinged on both sides. They are often used as exterior doors leading to a patio or garden.
  3. Sliding Doors: These doors slide along tracks and are commonly used as exterior doors leading to a backyard or patio.
  4. Pocket Doors: These doors slide into the wall when opened and are a space-saving option for interior doors.
  5. Dutch Doors: These doors are divided in half horizontally, allowing the top and bottom halves to be opened separately. They are often used as exterior doors leading to a backyard or garden.
  6. Bi-Fold Doors: These doors consist of two panels that are hinged together and fold in half when opened. They are commonly used as closet doors.
  7. Barn Doors: These doors slide on a track and are often used as interior doors or as a decorative feature.
  8. Accordion Doors: These doors fold in a zig-zag pattern and are often used as room dividers or closet doors.
  9. Screen Doors: These doors are used as exterior doors to allow for ventilation while keeping insects out.
  10. Glass Doors: These doors are made entirely of glass and are commonly used as interior doors, such as for a shower or closet.