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Ring’s End has one of Connecticut and Southern New York’s finest selections of superior quality exterior doors. Our premium lines of entry doors, patio doors, and weather-smart screen and storm doors are not available at most building supply stores.

We also offer design services, project coordination, and professional installation. When you visit a Ring’s End showroom, you’ll find a vast array of door styles, materials, and finishes to consider. Our professional staff is eager to help you select the exact door that meets your needs and expectations now and for many, many years to come.

Entry Doors

A beautiful entry door gives any visitor their first impression of your home, adds to a house’s curb appeal, and increases property value. Thus it’s important to select a door that enhances your home’s overall architecture while signaling your distinctive style. You should also think about how an entry door will look from the inside. Since these doors provide secure privacy and noise-abatement as well, they should be strong, well-framed, and solidly constructed. They can often support hooks or other attachments for a sign and door or window accessories.

French (Hinged) Doors

French doors have transparent or glazed glass panels extending the door’s entire length. Often used in pairs as a more traditional-looking substitute for patio doors, French doors swing outward or inward depending on space and function. Some manufacturers make ‘sliding french doors,’ which are patio doors with framing characteristic of classic french doors with the larger bottom and top rails.

Scenic Doors

Scenic doors offer panoramic views and blur the lines between the inside and out. With custom colors, sizes, and hardware available, these high-performance doors create an elegant and effortless transition from the interior to the exterior of your home.

Storm & Screen Doors

Storm doors provide extra protection by weatherproofing your home, sealing drafts, and increasing energy efficiency. Screen doors open interior spaces to natural light and provide ventilation while keeping out insects and blowing debris. Always popular choices as back doors and side doors, today’s screen and storm doors are so well designed that they are being used more and more as entrances.

Patio (Sliding) Doors

Patio doors are made from wood, fiberglass, vinyl, or a combination of materials that frame large open windows. They open by sliding or folding, offering easy access to rooms or back yards, and are available in many styles. A new type of patio door, the ‘lift and slide,’ offers full retractability and unobstructed views. With all patio doors, careful consideration of glass options is particularly important.

Cellar Doors

Rugged, easy-to-operate cellar doors can add useable square footage to your home. As they are exposed to the elements, cellar doors need to be weather-tight; for safety, they also need sturdy locks and internal mounting flanges.


How to Measure the Door Size You Need

When you're looking for your door's size, you’ll need to measure three things: the height, the width, and another important element called the doorjamb.

Your door’s jamb size is measured as the width of the door frame from back to front from where it meets your home’s wall stud. As always, our door installation experts can assist with these measurements either remotely or on-site.

To measure these aspects, take a tape measure and:

  • Measure your doorway’s jamb. The easiest way to do this is to measure the edged edge difference of one of your doorframe’s sides.
  • Measure your doorway’s vertical opening from the floor to the top of the doorjamb.
  • Then measure your doorway’s width horizontally three times. User tape measure near the top, in the middle, and once near the bottom. If all three of the measurements vary, choose the shortest distance when selecting a door for a precise fit

It's time for you to install the ideal door for your home. Contact us today or browse our online shop for a large selection of the above door choices or other options!

  • Visit a Ring’s End Window & Door Showroom to discuss your ideas and needs.
  • Select your door type
  • Select your style and material
  • Select your features and finishes
  • Explore having Ring’s End manage the project, including installation
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