(PRWEB) March 8, 2005
They're everywhere you turn. Flip the channel and you'll find another one. They're reality television programs, and more specifically, reality television of the home improvement variety. If they're not popping up on the television in your home, you can bet they're up to their elbows in paint or drywall in someone else's.
This recent explosion of home make-over shows is making TV the new runway, if you will, for what's hot and what's not in home fashion. With a flip of a switch, homeowners now have a window into a world of design tips and ideas for their own home projects, from inventive ways to redesign a room on a budget to undertaking a major home transformation.
But design is just the beginning. From lawn furniture to flat screen TVs, the silver screen itself has become a barometer for whatÂs in Â both inside and outside the house.
Just ask local Interior Door Replacement Company, http://www.interiordoor.com. After being selected by Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (EMHE) to replace interior doors on the hit ABC show, the California-based company has found that their work is finding appeal from a much wider audience.
"Several people from around the country called wanting Dutch Doors after watching us install the interior doors on an episode of EMHE," said IDRC President, Dave Winter. "I think a lot of people don't realize the options they have available to them for home improvement until they're exposed to shows like EMHE."
Like most companies featured on home improvement television, http://www.interiordoor.com offers something unique to their trade. In this case, designer raised-panel interior doors in place of the conventional, less inspiring flat interior door models. These doors are sold at an affordable price and designs include a popular French door, a two-panel Cambridge model, Mirrored Impression doors and several other custom-cut styles, crafted to complement or set the tone of an interior.
A number of Interior Door Replacement Company's designer door styles have been featured on various EMHE episodes.
More information about IDRC and their interior doors, complete with an on-line gallery where you can view door models, is available by visiting http://www.interiordoor.com.
About IDRC: Interior Door Replacement Company custom fits and installs new interior doors for as low as $100 per door. They provide custom interior doors including interior french doors, glass doors, wood doors, sliding doors, prehung doors and more. Interior door replacement company has replaced over 100,000 interior doors since 1997. IDRC currently provides service in California and Colorado for the greater San Diego, Orange County, San Ramon, San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, San Carlos, Fremont, San Juan Capistrano, Irvine, Carlsbad, Fairfield, Marin, Sacramento, Denver, and Poway areas. Visit the company's website at http://www.interiordoor.com or call toll-free at 1-800-DOOR-PROS.
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