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At Window World of CT, we know you want your entry door to look perfect for when guests arrive, which is why we offer beautiful and functional options for your Connecticut home.
Our broad offering of door styles combined with a wide array of paint, stain, glass and hardware options insures that every homeowner will find an entry door to satisfy their own personal style. Their appeal:
View our range of Entry Door color options to meet your taste.
*Color options may vary based on package, dimensions and more.
Window World’s top-of-the-line product, the Classic-Craft family of front doors, are available with premium hard wood-graining brought to life by our patented technology, or with a smooth surface for a more contemporary look. Crafted with solid wood edges and embossment details, these entry doors boast more than 26”-wide center panels. Many options are available to you with the five unique collections that come with the Classic Craft door system.
This line features two beautiful collections: Oak and Mahogany. Whatever your style, this option is both functional and detailed. Deep, wood-grained detailing gives these doors a unique look that is sure to add character to your entryway.
Delivered in a sleek, paintable package, these options are the more attractive, durable alternative to steel. Made ready-to-paint, the Smooth-Star door system is more durable than steel, and resist dents, dings and rust.
Looking to minimize your energy costs? Factory-coated clear Low-E glass keeps your home cool and comfortable no matter the season. It can be fitted with a variety of divided lite options or cordless interval blinds to personalize the look of your entryway.
Thermally-sealed and easy to clean, grids between glass (GBGs) are made to be customized. Whatever option you’re trying to complement, these choices are sure to enhance your entryway.
Water glass, clear bevels, granite glass and brushed nickel or black nickel caming.
Clear baroque, water and granite glass, clear bevels, and black nickel, brushed nickel or brass caming.
Glue chip glass, clear bevels and brass caming.
Our energy-efficient doors are equipped with insulated foam cores and triple weatherstripping to help keep your energy bills low and comfort high.
Window World has partnered with Therma-Tru® to offer you a wide selection of the most popular doors available today with some incredible added features. Year after year building professionals rank Therma-Tru brand as the one they use most and recognize Therma-Tru as the most innovative company in entry and patio door systems.
Yes! We offer a variety of door styles, along with wide array of paint, stain, glass, and hardware options to ensure that you find the perfect entry door for your home.
Yes. Each of our entry doors are covered by Window World’s best-in-class lifetime warranty.
Fiberglass doors are more energy-efficient, cost-effective, and scratch-resistant than steel doors. Also, fiberglass doors are more durable than steel doors. That’s why we only offer Fiberglass doors at Window World!
To measure the size entry door that you need, first, measure 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 an entry 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, you won’t need to paint the door! You can choose from a wide selection of door colors.
You can lower or raise the threshold to alter the amount of light that enters through the bottom of the door. To adjust the threshold on an entry door, turn the screws depending on the direction that you want to go. For raising the threshold, turn the screws counterclockwise. For lowering the threshold, turn the screws clockwise.
To insulate your entry door, you want to add weather stripping around your door to limit excess airflow. Certain types of doors include natural insulation while others don’t. For example, wood doors expand or shrink as the temperature fluctuates, so weather stripping wooden doors are more difficult. However, Fiberglass doors can insulate your home more efficiently because they contain foam. Window World entry doors are installed with weatherstripping seals already in place.
To adjust an entry door, follow this process:
1. Cut under the hinge
2. Disconnect the hinge and the jamb
3. Place a piece of cardboard under the hinge
4. Reconnect hinge and jamb