Exterior and Interior
How It Works
We offer hundreds of replacement front door and interior door designs and styles with the highest quality materials including fiberglass, steel, wood, and composites.
The Home Depot’s professional door installers are local, licensed, insured, and have undergone a thorough background-screening process before helping you install a new door.
We offer a wide range of flexible financing options for your door installation including Home Depot’s Consumer Credit Card and Project Loan, plus one competitive project price on installation of any style door.
Leading the Door Installation Industry
Whether you're in need of a front door replacement or interior door installation, The Home Depot offers a wide selection of doors, hardware, and accessories, with styles ranging from modern and contemporary, to traditional and classic.
How much does it cost to install a door?
Prices can vary depending on the actual door, the hardware you’ve chosen, and the geographical area of where the interior or exterior install will take place.
How do I know if I need to have my door replaced?
An entry door or patio door will have a certain amount of wear and tear due to the weather and everyday use, but you’ll want to watch for cracked paint and evidence of mold or mildew. These are signs your door needs to be replaced. A door that is older than 20 years is likely due for an upgrade. If your door tends to be drafty when colder weather hits, it could be time for a newer and better insulated door. Interior doors can also have normal wear and tear from your household. For any structural damage, if you’re having trouble opening and closing the door, or if the door is coming off the hinges and can’t be fixed, it’s time for a new door. If you want to upgrade your door or update the look of your home, a new door can have a big impact on your house’s style. We offer beautiful decorative iron doors, wood doors, security doors, and more. No matter your needs or style preference, we have the perfect door for you and your home.
How do I measure a door that needs to be replaced?
It is important to get door measurements correct, and our team of professional door installers can handle this for you. Door measurements are in inches. We start by measuring the width of your door followed by the height of your door. We round up to the nearest whole inch to find out what size door you need to replace your current one.
How long does it take to install a door?
The length of a door installation project can vary, but typically our professional installers can complete the work within a day. If you’re having multiple doors replaced, the installation process could take longer.
Do you dispose of old doors?
Yes, we will take care of removing your old door and hauling it away at no extra charge. Our team will clean up any work debris so you aren’t left with a mess after installation.
Are your entry doors insulated?
We provide insulation during the time of service for an additional cost. However, having a door that is properly insulated can save you energy and money in the future.
A new door with professional installation is a great way to enhance your home. You will meet with one of our valued service providers and installers to discuss what best fits your home and lifestyle. Perhaps an entry door replacement is right for you. Or how about an interior door replacement? We offer hundreds of entry door and interior door designs and styles with the highest quality materials including fiberglass, steel, wood and composites.
The Home Depot's professional installers are local, licensed and insured to make sure the job gets done right. The Home Depot has a screening process in place and performs background checks on all service providers before they go out on a job. We are with you every step of the way. Enjoy peace of mind, monitor your project status online, 24/7 with MyInstall. All labor, doors and installations are 100% backed by The Home Depot. Service you can trust. Contact us today for a free in-store consultation appointment.
Interior Door Installation
While you may be able to install new interior doors yourself, letting professional installers replace your old door is a more convenient approach. There are many interior door styles our teams can professionally replace quickly and effectively.
Closet doors, whether they are accordion, bi-fold or traditional slab doors with panels are important for concealing storage or clutter. Swinging French doors are a beautiful, elegant addition to any room in your house. Barn doors and other doors with sliding tracks can make a space feel more rustic and memorable. The Home Depot's professional contractors have experience replacing all of these interior doors.
Entry Door Replacement
One of the biggest aspects of your home's curb appeal is the front door. A new entry door is often a great final touch that helps guests feel welcome, but replacing an old door isn't always an easy project. If you don't install the new entry door correctly, you could be sacrificing that curb appeal you're looking for, and be wasting energy costs if the door isn't properly aligned and sealed.
Already have a new entry door? Maybe one of your home's other exterior doors needs to be replaced. Screen doors allow you to enjoy pleasant breezes and fresh, while durable storm doors help protect your home's entry points from the elements. Let professional installers help you today! Once you decide on the color and style, our licensed and insured contractors will professionally install a new entry door for you.
Considering interior or exterior door replacement and installation options from The Home Depot will help you better judge the project's details ahead of time. The Home Depot's installers are local, licensed and insured professionals that can make a difficult project for you much easier - by doing it for you! With service expertise and years of experience, getting help on a door project is easy with our convenient home services programs. We also provide flexible credit options, making management of door installation costs simple and easy.
Home Depot Service Provider Licensing and/or Registration Information
Home Depot local Service Providers are background checked, insured, licensed and/or registered. License or registration numbers held by or on behalf of Home Depot U.S.A., Inc. are available at homedepot.com/licensenumbers or at the Special Services Desk in The Home Depot store. State specific licensing information includes: AL 51289, 1924; AK 25084; AZ ROC252435, ROC092581; AR 228160518; CA 602331; CT HIC.533772; DC 420214000109, 410517000372; FL CRC046858, CGC1514813; GA RBCO005730, GCCO005540; HI CT-22120; ID RCE-19683; IA C091302; LA 43960, 557308, 883162; MD 85434, 42144; MA 112785, CS-107774; MI 2101089942, 2102119069; MN BC147263; MS 22222-MC; MT 37730; NE 26085; NV 38686; NJ 13VH09277500; NM 86302; NC 31521; ND 29073; OR 95843; The Home Depot U.S.A., Inc. is a Registered General Contractor in Rhode Island and its Registration Number is 9480; SC GLG110120; TN 47781; UT 286936-5501; VA 2705-068841; WA HOMED088RH; WV WV036104; WI 1046796.
The Home Depot Credit Options
The Home Depot Consumer Credit Card offers no annual fee, everyday special financing and exclusive Home Depot benefits.
There's also The Home Depot Project Loan. It offers affordable fixed monthly payments, a 6-month purchasing window and no prepayment penalty.
The Perfect Door For Your Home
Whether you're in need of an exterior or interior door, The Home Depot features a wide selection of doors to choose from with styles ranging from modern and contemporary to traditional and classic.
- View our vast selection of beautiful Entry Doors
- Stylish and decorative Interior Doors
- Bring the outdoors to your doorstep with our Patio Doors
- Insects stay outside with our stylish Screen Doors
- Keep the elements at bay with our durable Storm Doors
- Protect your home with our dependable Security Doors