HomCo Lumber & Hardware offers a huge selection of special order doors. We custom order each door to be specific for each job. When you are ready to look for new exterior or interior doors, come in and sit down with one of our specialists and we’ll be happy to show you the many options available to you. Whether the door you are looking for is steel, fiberglass, or wood; solid or hollow core; interior or exterior; HomCo has the right door for you.

HomCo Lumber & Hardware follows a strict screening process when selecting professional contractors to install only the best products in your home. HomCo works closely with our contractors to ensure that we do the job right, every time, to your satisfaction. Our team of professional installers will treat your home and property as if it were their own. We won’t cause any damage or leave any mess behind. We’re a leader in the door industry!

We have strategic alliances with most of the industry-leading millwork suppliers with names like Masonite, Simpson, Therma-Tru, plus many more. You will get the products you want plus advice that will make your project go smoothly and in your budget.
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Exterior Doors

Our selection of exterior doors from top manufacturers provides your home with both good looks and value.

Interior Doors

We carry a variety of wood, molded MDF, flush veneer and glass doors from brands you know and trust.

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Frequently Asked Questions

I want to replace my existing entry door. What measurements do I need to take to ensure that i order a door that will fit my opening?

There are two ways to replace your entry door. You can replace just the door panel, or slab, or the entire prehung (including door frame) unit.

For the slab only, measure the height and width on the door you are replacing – do not measure sweep (weather seal) on the bottom of the door. If you wish to have the door prepped for hinges, lockset and deadbolt you will need to supply your retailer with the following information:

  • Distance from the top of the door to the top of the first hinge
  • Distance from the top of the door to the top of the second hinge
  • Distance from the top of the door to the top of the third hinge
  • Distance from the top of the door to the top of the fourth hinge (for 96” doors)
  • The size of hinge you are using (width and height with hinge open)
  • Distance from the top of the door to the center of the deadbolt
  • Distance from the top of the door to the center of the lockset
  • Distance from the edge of the door to the center of the deadbolt and from the edge of the door to the center of the lockset. They should be the same.

For the entire prehung unit, measure the height and width of your entire door opening, stud to stud, floor to header – called the rough opening. To measure accurately, you might have to remove some interior casing (moulding) to see the backside of the door frame. Typically, no more than one inch of extra space is desired between the actual (outside to outside) door unit dimension and the rough opening, length and width. Shimming, blocking or additional framing may be required in the opening to accommodate the new door unit.

Which way should a door swing?
The design of the room typically determines the left or right swing designation for doors. An inward opening door should swing in the direction needed to provide adequate passage. If it bumps or blocks passage because of a wall, barrier or other objects when you open it, such as a toilet or cabinet, the door should swing in the opposite direction.
What kind of door is right for my home - wood, fiberglass, steel, or other?
It depends on your budget and what you’re looking for. For example, if your home calls for a truly authentic, elegant look, you may want to go with wood. But you also have to be aware that wood doors require more maintenance than other types. Alternatively, fiberglass can mimic the appearance of wood, but without the maintenance hassles. Once you schedule your free estimate, we can help you decide on the best solution for your home.
How much should I budget for new interior doors?
Prices start at about $40-$100 for a no-frills, interior door slab (no frame or hardware) or $100-$200 for one pre-hung in a frame with hardware installed; these are typically made of composite or inexpensive wood, and hollow.
Can I use a storm door in front of my entry door?
Storm doors that are vented can be used on fiberglass and steel entry doors, but should NOT be used in conjunction with doors painted or stained with dark colors or in areas of high heat or intense sun exposure. A vented storm door allows the trapped heat to escape, prolonging the life and performance of your door. Improper storm door applications can void the warranty on your entry door. Storm doors may not be used on wood doors and will void the warranty.
What is a prehung interior door?
A prehung interior door is a door already hung in the frame and is a complete unit ready to be installed. The hinges are factory installed and the door would be secured in the closed position. The prehung door should not be opened or unsecured from it’s bindings until it is ready to be installed.

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We set ourselves apart in the longevity and professionalism of our millwork specialists, most with 20 plus years of experience. They are a highly trained and knowledgeable group which can guide you through the selection process, budgeting options, quoting, technical aspects, installation advice, ordering, timing, code compliance and practically any other questions you may have in regards to getting the right door or millwork items for your job.

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