The old door was drafty, provided poor insulation, and created condensation in cold weather. I expected that the new door would have a better fit and provide better insulation, and that is certainly the case. I love the new door. But I especially love the workmanship that went into its installation. The door to be replaced was a side door in our house, and immediately adjacent to it were two other interior doors, and a third door was very nearby. All of these interior doors had the same trim molding, and the molding for the door to be replaced was tucked-in behind that of the adjacent doors. I was afraid that the framing and molding for the old door could not be removed without damaging the molding of the interior doors, and that damage to the wall would necessitate a repair that might lead to repainting an entire large room. I needn’t have worried. Brookside’s installer, Doug, did a fantastic job. I cannot recommend him highly enough. There is not a mark on the other molding or the wall. The color and style of the new molding matches the old molding almost exactly. In addition, during installation, Doug found that the wood between the door threshold and the house foundation was rotted from years of water seepage. Under a separate work agreement, he removed all the rotten wood and covering siding, and replaced it pressure-treated wood, and built a small porch to provide better weather protection and ease of access to the new door. His repair was thorough and complete, and all of this work was done very well.