A Storm Door Is the Perfect Addition to Your Indianapolis, IN, Home
Are you looking for simple ways to cut down your heating costs and improve the appearance of your home? Adding storm doors to your home’s façade can help you achieve that and more. Storm doors are installed in front of entry doors for added insulation, beauty, and light. And when you turn to the professionals at BEE Window for your entry door needs, we can install one of our durable, stunning storm doors to put the finishing touch on your project. As a home improvement company that has proudly served homeowners in Indiana, Southwest Michigan, and Northern Kentucky since 1983, BEE has developed a reputation for providing customers with high-quality products, impeccable installation, and stellar service.
A Wide Selection of Storm Doors
BEE has a huge selection of storm doors to choose from—one that is sure to have something that will suit your home perfectly, no matter your style. During your free in-home design consultation, one of our experts will be happy to walk you through your storm door options, which include our:
Steel Storm Doors
Featuring a 16-gauge steel frame with welded corners, our steel storm doors are among the strongest you’ll find. And while most storm doors have frames as thick as 4 ½ inches, which puts limitations on ventilation and view, the frames on our steel storm doors are only 2 ½ inches thick and are available in a range of custom sizes and double-door sizes.
Aluminum Storm Doors
Many storm doors are assembled with screws, which cause the door to loosen, rattle, and sag over time. Aluminum storm doors from BEE are made with metal inert gas (MIG) welded corners, which make these products super durable.
Complimentary Door Replacement Consultations
If you’ve made the wise decision to have BEE Window install a beautiful front entry door at your home, why not add that extra layer of protection with a durable storm door installation? Contact us today to schedule a complimentary consultation. We are proud to be the leading home improvement company serving Indiana, Southwest Michigan, and Northern Kentucky.