Your home’s curb appeal depends on more than its front-facing appearance. Potential buyers want a beautiful 360-view. This includes your patio. Just as the front door of your home suggests a lot about who lives behind it—your patio door suggests just as much. Think about it: if your entry door is striking, with windows and brushed hardware and solid, quality materials, but your patio door is rickety and donning a torn screen—what does this say about you?
I’ll answer that (because this exact scenario used to be true in my home). This disjointed combo says, “I handle my life “half-heartedly.”
Yes, I used to have a bit of an eye sore for a patio door. I thought the plants and nice patio furniture hid it. It didn’t. In fact, my four-year-old asked me one day, “Mommy, why does this door look like a scary movie door?” Talk about a wake-up call.
That next week, I began looking for the right patio door for our halfway-completed Toronto home. Here are the steps I took:
If your home is like mine was previously—disjointed and in need of a new patio door—give the team at Brock Doors and Windows a visit. They were wonderful to me. They’ll be wonderful to you, too.
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