The secret to a front door is knowing that just about every door has a R5 rating for insulation purposes. what sets the expensive doors apart is the quality of the finishes and the air seal. If you install a cheap exterior door from the building store you can get a superior result by following this example and spending the time to install it square plumb and flush. This way a $200.00 door will perform just as well as a $1000.00 door. Cheers!
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