According to Remodeling Magazine’s 2015 Cost vs. Value Report, there’s one remodeling project that actually returns at least 100% of your investment through added home value: adding a steel entry door like this one from Pella. Besides its aesthetic appeal, a new steel front door can improve your home’s security and energy efficiency as well. But you won’t be satisfied with your door’s performance unless it’s plumb, level and square, so installation is a job for a pro unless you have serious carpentry experience.
Branden and Raynie Williams of Williams Estates say, “The look is completed with a beautiful main gate, which could either be a heavy, reclaimed wood or iron." This is an especially good idea if you have young children or pets that play in the front yard, or just want extra privacy and security.
The home's luxurious amenities have been upgraded to include exceptional, state-of-the-art technology, providing absolute security and unsurpassed comfort while seamlessly meshing with the architecture's original beauty.
The curbside view of this white, midcentury modern ranch gives a tiny peek at the home's structure -- it's mostly hidden by shrubs and grasses and amongst trees. A white gate provides privacy and security for the home.
From the street level, designers replaced the home's original glass windows with frosted glass to add a layer of privacy to the home without the bulk of adding window treatments. Wrought iron bars add security, while complementing the sleek, modern style of the interior spaces.