Buying and installing a new door is a lot more complicated than most people realize. There are small details that go into this much bigger project. At Nick’s Building Supply, we understand you want the perfect door, and you want it right the first time. With over forty years in the entryway and construction business, we have the know-how to do just that. To help homeowners achieve the dream home results they want, we’re proud to present a complete guide to buying entry doors.Continue reading
How To Choose Between Pre-Hung and Slab Doors
Seeking out a new door is a very exciting prospect. A new door can add a breath of fresh air to the look and feel of a home. However, choosing and preparing for a new door installation can be tricky. Besides ensuring you obtain the right size, you will also need to be aware of the many variations on how the door may arrive. Primarily, you will need to know how to choose between pre-hung and slab doors.Continue reading
How To Measure an Arched Doorway for a Door
Arched doorways and curved entryways have a stunning appearance reminiscent of historic structures. There is something inherently fascinating about anything different, and a door with a round top exteriors doors never fails to impress. These doors are always a favorite with guests and homeowners alike because of their one-of-a-kind beauty.Continue reading
The Many Benefits of Alder Doors
Deciding to upgrade the entryway of a home should never be a hard decision, especially when it involves alder wood. This handsome wood species makes for beautiful doorways that are not only a pleasure to look at, but also offer many utilitarian benefits.Continue reading
What Are Mission-Style Doors?
When it comes to choosing the perfect entrance for your home, you need to ask a lot of questions. One common question is simply, “What are mission-style doors?”. This type of door is popular, effective, and elegant. With a long place in history, these doors can be the perfect statement to the front and interior entryways of a home.Continue reading
Standard Interior Door Sizes Explained
As with many things, there is rarely one solution that fits all situations. The same is true for doors inside the house. Most doors fit into more common sizes, but not always. Knowing which one is right and how to go about picking or ordering the right door can be tricky. There is nothing worse than ordering and waiting for a door to arrive, only to find there is no way it will fit. To help alleviate this stress, our goal is to present the standard interior door sizes explained simply and clearly.Continue reading
Reasons To Get Dutch Doors for a Home
When it comes to interior and exterior entryways, there are a lot of options, to say the least. One often overlooked but famous style of door is Dutch variety. These doors feature a hinge at their center and have many unique advantages.Continue reading
Standard Exterior Door Sizes Explained
When it comes to hone renovation, getting it right the first time is essential. Measure twice, cut once, as they say—or rather, measure twice, buy once! There’s nothing more embarrassing than getting a door all the way home and then realizing it doesn’t fit. There can be quite a few variations to door size, and some might seem slight to the average user. What the average homeowner needs is standard exterior door sizes explained from top to bottom in a straightforward manner.Continue reading
Entrance Doors: More Than a Slab of Wood
Doors frame many memories in our life. They record the coming and going of family, friends and lovers. They open our home up to the ordinary pleasures of our lives. In the future, we will often remember that house as a place where we were happy or even sad and it is all because of who crossed the threshold of our entrance doors.
Patio Doors: Gateway To The Outer World
If you have a back yard or a partially-above-ground basement apartment, you may want to talk to the professionals at Nick’s about installing patio doors. Patio doors are a relatively new addition. As part of the International style of pre-war Europe, they resembled Japanese traditional sliding and panel doorways. Although a pre-war invention, this type of door did not become truly popular until following World War II. Those who bought into the American post-war dream of suburbia found this sliding glass door becoming an essential component of their lifestyle.