Yes. This program works especially well with steel and most fiberglass doors.
To determine if your door is steel, simply place a refrigerator magnet on it. If it sticks, you have a steel door. If the magnet does not stick, measure the center panels of your door from outside edge of the left panel to the outside edge of the right panel. If the measurement is 23\" or less, you probably have a fiberglass door.
Wood doors with square panels or carvings or some type of glass in it require some modification to the door slab before glass can be installed. Extra materials and labor are required.
Take a look at a few of the frequently asked questions pertaining to our work. If you don't see an answer to your question, call or email us today and we'll be sure to help!
All of our glass has at least two and most have three panes of glass thickness. The outside two panes are tempered safety glass. While they can be broken, the effort needed to break out one of these glass inserts exceeds the time and noise levels most crooks are willing to spend. They will simply give up and go to a less obvious location.
Can people see right through this glass? I want my privacy.
The manufacturers of decorative glass understand your concerns, and have addressed the issue.
While there are varying degrees of obscurity, even the clearest glass has some type design that obscures the vision. The person walking down the sidewalk, or mowing the lawn usually cannot see through the glass with enough clarity to determine if anyone is even home.
We suggest you install a screw in motion detector on your outside porch light, set to turn the light on when people approach your front door. This will back light the outside, and make the glass even more difficult to see through, especially at night.
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Absolutely. For decorative door glass and between-the-glass-blinds, it is a minimum of ten (10) years on the product. Some products have 20 years and some even have a life-time warranty. Labor is covered for the first year.
We think it is important to note that our warranty is not prorated as with some. If your glass or frame fails anytime within the ten-year period, we will replace the unit at no charge to you (except for a change out fee after the first year).
Additionally, our glass frames are of a high performance design that does not require painting, but can be painted if desired, even a dark color. Beware of those that require the frame to be painted but only a light color. You may even place our frames behind a storm door!