(PRWEB) July 19, 2005
While many homeowners hardly bat an eye before knocking out a wall or going a week without running water, others are replacing their interior doors for a more affordable, less invasive approach to home beautification.
From hiring designers and contractors to securing permits and tying up weeks or even months in the process, homeowners will endure nearly anything to improve the look and value of their investment Â even the newest of homes aren't without their list of projects and upgrades.
While change is good, it's also expensive and time consuming. With interior door replacement, what used to take weeks or longer can be accomplished in a few hours: the change of a home's appearance and an increase in property value.
The right door draws attention to and sets the tone for a room and switching out older interior doors with new styles is recognized as perhaps the easiest and quickest way to change the style and feel of a home's interior.
So you have decided your interior doors could use an upgrade, now what? The best approach is to shop around for the right style of doors and the right company to install them. Or better yet, go someplace you can find both, such as Interior Door Replacement Company (http://www.interiordoor.com).
A seven-year old pioneer of the industry, IDRC is a true one-stop shop for anything related to interior door replacement. YouÂre able to select from several designs, which they custom paint, fit and install to fit your interior. They even offer custom hinges and handles, as well as specialty doors such as bi-pass, bi-fold, fire-rated and mirrored wardrobe doors.
What you can expect to pay for this kind of service is less than what it costs to think the word "remodel." IDRC custom fits and installs new interior doors for as low as $129 per door.
Having installed over 100,000 interior doors, IDRC lives up to their reputation of being quick, professional and easy to work with.
"Customers repeatedly say we're the easiest and most professional home improvement company they've ever worked with," said Dave Winter, IDRC's President and CEO. "We do most of our work off-site and even dispose of old doors to make sure there is no mess left behind in the home."
IDRC set up http://www.interiordoor.com, where homeowners can view a gallery, create their own doors with custom hinges and handles, and even get a free estimate.
Interior Door Replacement Company custom fits and installs new interior doors for as low as $129 per door. Since its inception in 1997, the national franchise has installed thousands of interior doors in homes across America. Headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., IDRC has locations across California and in Colorado and Arizona. For more information about IDRC, visit the company's website at http://www.interiordoor.com.