Most of us don't give much thought to the doors in our homes until they are damaged or don't work correctly. Whether you need repairs, updated hardware, or door installation, trusted service professionals are right around the corner. When you partner with Mr. Handyman®, you can count on insured and bonded professionals with an average of 10 years of experience. Every door expert does the job right the first time and delivers a completed project that will last for years. 

  • Closet Doors
  • Pocket Doors
  • Bedroom Doors
  • Basement Doors
  • Sliding Barn Doors
  • Sliding Glass Doors
  • French Doors
  • Screen Doors
  • Storm Doors
  • Pet Doors

From doors to windows, updates to remodels, Mr. Handyman of Lake Oswego and Tigard is your home improvement go-to for maintenance, repairs, and installs. Our handyman professionals arrive on time, get to work, and deliver the highest quality door installation and repairs. Whether you need repairs or it's time for new doors, from Beaverton to Wilsonville, Mr. Handyman is your local resource for trusted door services.

Exterior Door Installation and Repair

Entry doors serve different functions than interior doors. Your exterior doors add curb appeal and keep your family safe. They must also stand up to rain, ice, snow, and sunlight, typically requiring more maintenance than interior doors. Plus, the locks, knobs, and hinges get a workout day after day. The best exterior doors for your home must be durable and secure—and look good doing it. We ask a lot of those all-important exterior doors, and that's why professional entry door installation and repair services are essential to meet all those expectations. 

Mr. Handyman's experts are experienced in steel, fiberglass, wood, aluminum, and most other exterior doors. Your door pros can install and repair storm and screen doors, sliding glass doors, French doors, and other entry doors to make your home more secure and appealing. From Oregon City to Beaverton and across Portland, your local Mr. Handyman is ready to roll!

Interior Door Installation and Repair

Entry doors must be weather-resistant, properly sealed, and secure. Interior doors have it a little easier, but they must still be durable and attractive. One of the significant differences between exterior and interior doors is how inside doors impact airflow. Interior doors must have a predetermined gap at the bottom to create proper ventilation in your home.  

To function correctly, inside doors must be square, plumb, and have a uniform fit in the frame. Hinge placement, frame repairs, and cutting a door to size require carpentry skills and precise measurements. Those vital details are why teaming up with a pro for repairing or installing doors is essential for aesthetics and function. 

Plus, every door repair and installation is backed by the Neighborly Done Right Promise™ for your peace of mind and complete satisfaction in everything we do.

Door Installation FAQ

If you're ready to get started or have questions about your project, contact us today. Below, you'll find some of our most frequently asked questions regarding door installation solutions, but don't hesitate to reach out if you have a particular question not listed.

How long does it take to install a door?

The time it takes to install a door depends on whether it's an interior or exterior door installation and the framing around it. A door professional must ensure the frame is structurally sound and square and that the reveal is correct. Until your door pro removes the door and jamb, they can't know the full scope of the project or how long it will take. Hidden damage from insects, moisture, or other hazards will also contribute to the project timeline. 

Does the door frame need to be replaced with a new door?

Once your handyman removes the existing door, they can examine the frame for damage, misalignment, and other issues. If the frame is sound and provides a proper fit, installing a new door with minor repairs or adjustments may be all you need. If the door and frame need to be replaced, a pre-hung door on a fitted frame is a cost-effective and practical approach.  

What is the best type of door?

The best entry doors for your home depend on your desired qualities. Wood doors have a classic and high-end look for ultimate curb appeal. They require maintenance but are easy to repair, repaint, and restain. Steel doors can be the most secure, durable, and energy efficient. Their modern looks and practicality make them an ideal choice for newer homes. Fiberglass doors are dent- and scratch-resistant and can be finished to look similar to a wood door.

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