The DIY Project That Brings In More Natural Light While Beautifying Your Front Door
A few general tools you’ll need are a measuring tape, a black Sharpie, a level, a drill with a 1/2-inch drill bit, a jigsaw, and a screwdriver. You’ll also need the window you want to install. Lots of window styles exist, so you can research options and choose one that suits the rest of the property. Lowe’s, Zabitat, and Home Depot have many options. For instance, Lowe’s has a framed window in a grid style with multiple smaller panes for $186.83. It’s available in six different finishes: black, champagne, white, tan, bronze, and two-tone bronze and white. The window can be installed in both metal and fiberglass doors.
Another excellent place to look for window frames is Zabitat. They have some more extravagant options, for example, Zabitat’s decorative door glass has a stunning wrought iron design on the thermally sealed glass for $660.89, and it’s available in two different finishes. Using Zabitat frames to add a window to your door makes the process easier because each frame has a kit that provides a glass panel, a frame, screws, and screw caps. The window options are endless, so you can find the perfect one for your home.