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My cats can never work if they want to be in, out or somewhere in between. They have the run of the house though, so we have placed pet doors all through the house on both the external and internal doors. Some doors can easily have a pet door added to them and in some doors it is nearly impossible and very expensive to have a pet door added. This blog has some tips on what to look for in a door if you have pets, to make sure that your new door is perfect for the whole family (including the furry members!).

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Want to Give Your Bathroom a Facelift? 4 Reasons to Consider Installing Aluminium Doors

One of the tricky areas to model in the home is the bathroom. The presence of moisture from the shower, bathtub, sinks and all other fixtures create an extra challenge when trying to choose materials that will last long. Doors are a critical part of your bathroom, and they can help enhance the room's appearance. They give you privacy when you are cleaning up, and also keep the moisture and water confined in one space.

Bathroom doors come in different types and materials, making it sometimes tricky to choose the doors that will help handle the fluctuating temperatures, moisture, detergents and cleaning agents well without deteriorating over time. Nonetheless, aluminium doors can help you improve the appearance of your bathroom and make it look attractive. Here are four main reasons why you should consider installing aluminium doors when giving your bathroom a facelift

They Are Perfect for Tiny Bathrooms

Most house designs have bigger or full bathrooms. However, if you have a smaller bathroom, you often need to organise it carefully so as to avoid making it look too crowded. When you already have limited space, you cannot install a door that takes up a chunk of the floor space when swinging open or even when closing. 

However, when you install sleek and sliding aluminium doors, you reduce the space taken up by the door and open up the floor space for more efficient bathroom usage.

They Do Not Suffer Water Damage

Water damage is the main thing to worry about when choosing bathroom doors. The moisture in the bathroom can destroy anything from wood to tile grout and much more. However, aluminium doors are moisture-resistant. They don't rust, and mould cannot develop on top of the doors regardless of how much you expose them to moisture. These doors are also highly resistant to corrosion, making them ideal for environments where highly alkaline and basic detergents are usually used.

Aluminium doors will also not rot or get discoloured because of hard water. The doors will not need repainting or other treatments to protect them from rust or any form of water damage.

They Have a Low Maintenance Cost

Other types of doors, such as wood doors, usually need a lot of maintenance to retain their value and efficiency for a long time. You will have to repaint, refinish and treat them to protect them from pests. This raises the cost of having the doors for a long time. However, the aluminium doors need a little cleaning now and then, and that's enough to keep them in perfect shape for many days.

If it's time to spruce up your bathroom or give it a facelift, aluminium doors will help you do it more effectively. Nonetheless, you need to ensure you get an expert to help install them. They do it in a way that ensures the doors remain strong, attractive and durable.