Showing posts from November, 2012

Choosing a Front Door Color

Color of a front door of a home is a focal point that sends a strong message, especially to potential buyers. Curious about what your front door may be conveying? According to the Paint Quality Institute, here’s what they say the different front door hues can mean:  

Brown: Warmth, stability, and reliability

Blue: A place of refuge and retreat

Green: Health, tranquility, and harmony

Black: Strength, power, and authority

Red: Passion, energy, and excitement

What do you want your door to say about you?  Visit our Colorful Doors board on Pinterest to see all the colorful ways people painted their doors! Looking for easy and convenient way to paint your front door? Visit our Pre-Paint Program page for more information. 

Share Your Story

Do you love your Feather River door? Did you enjoy your interaction with our customer service agent? Share your story with us by sending us an email or a message on Facebook. Your story will be featured on our blog and website!

Q&A: Painting Exterior Door

We receive great questions from our customers. We'll share those we think may help other customers who have similar questions. 

Q:  My husband and I recently purchased a ready-to-paint fiberglass door and were wondering about the painting options - before deciding to purchase a new door we had picked up some ultra premium exterior latex paint for our old door. Do we have to get an oil based exterior paint for our new door? Or will the exterior paint we had previously selected be appropriate? A:  The latex paint should work fine, but our door has the best adhesion performance with oil based paints, so we recommend oil based paint. Please visit our resources page for exterior door  installation instructions for guidance.