The term “curb appeal” is a commonly used when a house goes up for sale, however it also describes the first impression your home makes on friends, family, and other visitors while you’re living there. While many things contribute to your home’s curb appeal — the landscaping, the windows, the quality of the brick, paint, or siding, the most important of all, is the door that serves as the front entryway. A front door has the ability to add to (or reduce) your home’s curb appeal and increase your home’s value. According to Remodeling Magazine, replacing your front entry door has a high cost-value payback, meaning the value exceeds the actual cost of the project.