First impressions definitely matter as it relates to the appearance of your home. Any issues with your front door will surely be noticed by visitors to your home - or even passersby. If the front door isn’t functioning well or looking food, you may even have structural issues that extend far beyond cosmetic appearances. The good news, is that the majority of front door issues that affect homes can be easily remedied. Here’s some of the most common fixes for front door issues that may affect your home as prepared by the locksmith experts here at Chicago Locksmiths.
If there’s an unwelcome breezy draft coming through your door it can lead to an increased energy bill, as heat or cool air that you generate can escape through your home. Luckily there’s an incredibly easy fix for this - simply install waterproofing on the door. Not only will the door look more polished and complete, but it will be much less of a stress on your air conditioning or heating system.
If your door sticks when you open or close it, it might not be the correct size for it’s frame. The best fix for this kind of issue requires a professional to adjust the door’s hinges to make sure that the door is sitting at a perfectly level axis. If there’s a more thorough structural issue, you may need to replace the door itself.
This might not have a stark visual effect on the first impressions that your home imparts, however it may make a loud audible noise that’s awful to hear. This, however, is one of the more fortunately easy door problems to fix. You can likely remedy any amount of door squeaking with some simple Pam cooking spray or WD-40 sprayed directly on the hinges. If this method doesn’t work, you might need to replace the hinges on your door - a service offered by a professional locksmith, that can get the job done efficiently.
Contact Chicago Locksmiths for quick, professional, easy, and affordable fixes for any door problems today - we can help secure your home or business, with the option for complete security overhauls by one of our mobile security experts.