The Door Store to move from Spring to Cypress in March

The Door Store will relocate from 14919 Stuebner Airline Road, Houston, to 10706 Grant Road, Houston, in March. Owned by Ron and Debra Hathaway, The Door Store first opened in April 2006 and offers a showroom with a variety of doors including exterior, mahogany, wrought iron, steel, fiberglass, patio, storm, French, interior and decorative glass. The Door Store also carries Emtek and Kwikset hardware.

"We decided to relocate to the Cypress area for a couple of reasons: the commercial strip center we were in was acquired by a new landlord that wasn't interested in making any upgrades to the appearance of the property, which was declining rapidly," Ron Hathaway said. "Also, the new center we are relocating to has had a recent facelift and the new Door Store location is very close to our home."


The Door Store offers free estimates within 20 miles of the store’s location and can assist customers with door replacement, residential and commercial repairs, and weather stripping through Able Door Services.

"Our niche in the door business is to work directly with homeowners and provide exactly what they are looking for, including custom orders," Hathaway said. "We have an excellent reputation in the Greater Houston area and suburbs. We provide quality products and professional service at affordable prices."

281-444-4224. www.thedoorstore.info

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