New Doors on an Old Land Park Home

Home Remodeling Land Park HomeAll my friends know what a remodeling nut I am. I love to remodel homes almost as much as I love to sell them. I know how to do many home improvement projects myself and have personally tackled skylight installations, putting in a fireplace, building a garage, along with the normal drywall, framing, tiling and gutting kitchen and bath stuff. There is not much I can’t do. Not because I’m some super creature but because home remodeling is not a terribly difficult task for a person with intellect, patience for do-overs and a bit of creativity.

I’ve been working on my home in Land Park practically since the day we moved in almost 11 years ago. There was not much left to do. In fact, when we ran out of things to do inside, we ripped out the sorry excuse of a weedy front lawn and laid new sod. The only thing we had not done was buy new doors. I don’t do doors. The last door I installed, I could not for the life of me figure out why the doorknob was so low. Until it dawned on me why. So, scratch the part about intellect. You just need patience and creativity.

We bought our doors from Home Story in Rocklin. Mike, the owner, came out to measure and make suggestions. The Craftsman style blended nicely with the age of our home. We replaced 14 interior doors and 3 exterior doors. One of the back doors was so badly burned by the sun and worn that it was beginning to crack down the middle. One hard slam would have split it in two.

Take a look at our before and after photos. Don’t you think they make an immense difference, not only in the appearance but also in the warmth of the space? If you’re looking to buy or sell a home in Land Park, call your Land Park agent, Elizabeth Weintraub, at 916 233 6759.










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