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Interior doors are available in many styles and materials. For a really great look, try a solid wood interior door. Be sure when you are comparing wood doors to be comparing apples to apples. To finish off the look, purchase period hardware. There are some great antique reproductions available.

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Solid wood interior doors come in a vast variety of styles. The following illustrations show just a small variety of what is available. Check you what you can do with wood doors.

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Tim Carter demonstrates how to remove insulated glass panels from either side of a front door. Replacing the sidelights on the front door is possible. Just follow these steps for glass replacement.

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Tim Carter, from AsktheBuilder.com, shows you how to install a door hinge like a pro. Cutting the recess into the door or door jamb is easy. Using a wood chisel, you can cut the proper mortise for the door hinges.

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A wood door can make a big statement in your home. AsktheBuilder.com host Tim Carter shares some insights about different types of interior wood doors and how they are made. Selecting the right type of wood interior doors is very important.

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Antique door hardware adds style to even the most plain doors. You can get fancy door hinges. Tim Carter shares some tips for selecting the perfect door hardware for either interior or exterior doors.

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Exterior door insulation is essential to keep out the elements. Tim Carter walks you through the steps to ensure that your exterior door is insulated properly. Your exterior door will be sealed tight if you follow Tim's insulation tips about fiberglass insulation, spray foam insulation and flashing tape.

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Exterior door installation is a job you can tackle with these tips from Tim Carter. From flashing to putting in shims, Tim walks you through all the steps for installing exterior doors in your home.

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