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Steel Garage Doors Are Attractive, Economical, and Stand the Test of Time

Friday, February 6, 2015 8:19:57 AM America/Los_Angeles

Garage doors are an important aspect of any home, so making sure your residence is fitted with the best is critical. Steel garage doors have a number of advantages over other types of garage doors, from their looks to their durability. Here are a few reasons why a homeowner might be interested in installing steel doors in their garage.Read More
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Should I Have Fire Rated Exterior Doors for My Home?

Thursday, February 5, 2015 8:18:36 AM America/Los_Angeles

If you have any concerns at all about your home and your family’s safety, then installing fire doors in your house is a great option to look into. Fire doors that are strategically placed and properly installed can be lifesavers in the event of a house fire. These doors slow the spread of fires and allow more time for you and your family to escape as well as more time for firefighters to contain indoor infernos.Read More
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Folding and Bi-folding Doors: Unique Entryways to Your Patio or Yard

Wednesday, February 4, 2015 8:16:55 AM America/Los_Angeles

Doors: every house has them, and every house needs them—but every home could benefit from an attractive entryway and other exterior doors. ETO’s folding door systems can create a sense of continuity between your indoor and outdoor living areas. These doors come in dozens of different configurations and styles, meaning the possibilities of re-imagining your home are infinite.Read More
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Are Modern Doors For You? Architecture Meets Personal Taste

Tuesday, February 3, 2015 11:16:31 AM America/Los_Angeles

If you’re thinking about picking out a new door for your home, then you might want to consider something a little more contemporary. Modern doors offer a lot in terms of design and style, but are these types of entrances really for you and your home?Read More
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Wine Cellar Doors: A Name is Just A Name

Tuesday, January 20, 2015 11:22:52 AM America/Los_Angeles

Clint and I sometimes get email questions or comments about our blog posts. We always enjoy reading these as we are delighted that our readers want to engage with us.


A recent email came in about my blog post around our wine cellar project. After typing out the response and pressing the send key, I thought that many of our dear readers may also be interested in my response.


Always great to hear from a fellow wine enthusiast. I ran into the same issue you did when I started to look for wine cellar doors. They were quite pricey. So I went another route – I just looked for exterior grade doors. There is not much difference between a wine cellar and exterior door besides the style, all concerns of insulation etc are there. Once I did this, the selection not only expanded, but so did the price ranges. I got the door pictured in the blog entry from ETO Doors (www.etodoors.com). They are based out of LA so depending where you live, the shipping costs will vary and so will whether you have to pay taxes.


The door I got was $599, getting it prehung was $270 (well worth it as they did all the weather stripping etc and made sure there was a great seal), and shipping to my location was $114. I had to pay sales tax of ~$71 because I live in California. Great price for a solid mahogany door – the door was very substantial (heavy).


ETO Doors is great about giving an estimate via email as long as you go onto the website and pick out exactly what you want and send them email or call – they can get you a quote quite quickly. The door ships from a manufacturing plant they have in Brazil from what I understand. The lead time was 3-4 weeks and really depends on what time of year you order – patience is required but I was busy with so many other things that it felt like one day, it just arrived on our driveway. Make sure you have a good staging area for the arrival of the door, it comes with very substantial packaging to ensure the door arrives in good condition. It took up a whole driveway slot for a while until we were able to get our contractor to install it. Good luck with your cellar project and love to see pictures of it when its done.


Thanks for visiting StarkSilverCreek, Loni


In this particular case, the reader was interested in finding out from where I got the wine cellar door. You’ll find that sometimes a name is just a name. The same exterior grade door that is deemed a “wine cellar door” may be priced much higher because the marketing person has figured out that that particular segment of the market has a more inelastic demand curve. Same thing those for invitations to a party, call them “wedding invitation” and you’ll probably be paying at least twice as much for the same card stock. I am a believer of paying for quality and service and for those, I don’t like to compromise. It is nice to see beyond the name and imagine the potential.


The wine cellar door example was not that far fetched. The item I am most proud of in our home is a long piece of copper drain piping that I am using as an outdoor drappery rod from Home Depot for our Sunbrella drapes in our courtyard.
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Getting an Edge When Selling Your House :: Exterior Hand Carved Doors

Tuesday, January 20, 2015 11:21:26 AM America/Los_Angeles

In today's housing market, many people are finding that they have a better chance of selling an ice cube to an Eskimo than their house to a buyer. One reason for this is because the present market is geared towards buyers. But, that s not the only reason. The market is also very over wrought with people who want, or need, to sell. A journey down any neighborhood USA can leave you finding For Sale, For Rent, or even Foreclosed.Read More
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Lock it Up: Tips on Securing Your House :: Wrought Iron Doors and Other Techniques

Tuesday, January 20, 2015 11:20:16 AM America/Los_Angeles

Your house is your home, your fortress of safety. It s a place where you keep your most important belongings: your checkbooks, your jewelry, your heirlooms, your important documents and, most importantly, your family. This makes the security of your house extremely important.Read More
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Rustic Decorating Tips

Tuesday, January 20, 2015 11:19:09 AM America/Los_Angeles

Decorating in the rustic style is not always an easy task. Finding the right balance between many different elements with a great deal of character can be a daunting task. This article will give you a few pointers on some of the best ways to bring rustic charm to your home.Read More
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Tips for Living Big Outdoors

Tuesday, January 20, 2015 11:18:12 AM America/Los_Angeles

When the warm months come around, people love to be outside enjoying the sun, flowers, and fresh air. Creating a usable outdoor living space is a great way to enjoy being outside while also increasing your living space dramatically. Here are a few tips on how to create an inviting outdoor area for your home that will become an instant favorite for you and all your guests.Read More
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Tips on Being a Good Tenant

Tuesday, January 20, 2015 11:15:18 AM America/Los_Angeles

Before we become homeowners, most of us find ourselves renting. A house with friends, a college apartments, the basement of our aunt and uncles. Whatever it is you rent, there is a certain etiquette that comes with signing a lease. Consider doing the following in hopes that your tenure as a tenant is a good one.Read More
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