Replacing your interior doors can be a pipe dream for a lot of people. A house looks best when all of the doors are designed the same. While unmatched doors can give your home a rustic vibe, a uniform theme across the doors will certainly improve the look of your house.
GH Clark offers a number of great interior doors to enhance every room of your house. We offer easy ways to pay for your doors, as well, so we can take away your money worries.
What Are Interior Doors?
Interior doors are those of which you can find inside a home, leading into rooms from other rooms. This is opposed to exterior doors that lead from the outside into your house. On either side of an interior door will be an enclosed room so the door is never exposed to outdoor conditions.
These doors are much lighter than exterior doors because they don’t need to be as secure and they are not often regarded as a safety feature. They are attached to the door frame with hinges. Interior doors are wildly undervalued when it comes to the appearance of your house. A lot of people underestimate how much a high-quality door can add to a room.
Interior doors can come in all shapes and sizes. However you imagine your door to look, it is almost always possible. The most popular styles of interior doors are where panels are removed to create dimension to the wood.
How Much Do Interior Doors Cost?
Interior doors cost considerably less than exterior doors because they do not need to be as heavy or reliable. Although we cannot give you an exact price for your interior door as we don’t currently have your specific requirements, we are aiming to offer you an accurate estimate of how much one door would cost.
Wooden doors are the most popular type of interior door and can cost around $60 t0 $90. Aluminum doors are not as common, but they are still used in households around America. If you were looking for an aluminum door you’d be looking at a cost from $150 to $230. Labor costs will then take your bill another $115 to $150 higher.
Remember that you should also consider the price of hinges and other hardware. These should only cost around $7 to $15 for each door, but it’s worth adding it to your estimated cost to ensure that you’re happy with the price.
Although interior doors are less expensive than exterior doors, you do need to purchase considerably more interior doors than exterior doors. In fact, you will only need one or two of the latter per house, but you might need upwards of 10 interior doors!
The cost of all of your interior doors will add up quickly, but don’t let this put you off updating your doors. GH Clark offers three payment plans to help you get the doors of your dreams fitted. We don’t want you to miss out on having a matching set of doors, so it’s best to update them all at once.
Why is GH Clark The Best Option for Interior Doors?
Here at GH Clark, we take pride in our interior doors and strive to offer you the best customer experience possible. All of our doors are made from the highest quality materials possible. We enjoy your custom orders and creating different doors to suit different people’s visions. Your interior doors from GH Clark will be the talk of the town once you get to show them off to your friends and family!
If you have any questions, you can contact us Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm, at (410 414-7060). We’ll give you a free estimate and offer you a consultation to talk about your dream doors. We can also discuss the payment options for you so that you’re not landed with a hefty bill right after installation.
Areas GH Clark Cover For Interior Doors
GH Clark is one of the best areas to purchase interior doors from, so we wanted to make ourselves as available as possible all over America. For this reason, we’ve positioned ourselves in 18 different areas which you can find below. Give us a call on (410) 414-7060 to set up a no strings attached meeting for you to come and say hello and see our selection of interior doors.
- Calvert Country
- Broomes Island
- Chesapeake Beach
- North Beach
- Port Republic
- Prince Frederick (Office Location)
- Saint Leonard
- Anne Arundel County
- St. Mary’s County