What is a front door?
The term front door refers to a door that is used to open a house, especially a new residence.
Some examples of front doors include doorways, front doors, and window openings.
Some people who live in a home have a front entrance door, as do some people who move into a house.
Some common front doors are: doors on either side of the main door that allow a person to walk in or out, and that have a small latch or key to open and close; doors on both sides of the porch that allow people to walk into the house from either side; and doors that are locked, such as a locked gate.
Many people have front doors that open out to a backyard, and many people have the ability to open windows.
When the front door is not locked, it opens into the home, so it is possible for the person living in the house to access and leave the home through the front doors.
A common misconception is that a front doorway is an entrance to a house that is a common place for people to hang out, including the living room and kitchen.
In fact, front entrances are common places for people, including children, to play.
The following are some common front door examples: Doorways are typically a large metal or wood door with a knob or bar that locks it.
These doors may have two or more locks on them.
A lock can be a small plastic or metal device that can be pressed into place by hand.
This type of door can be found on most residential front doors in many homes.
There may also be an open door on either of the two sides that allows a person in or to leave.
The door may have a door knob or other mechanical device that lets a person push a button on the door, or a knob that is fitted to the door.
If a door is locked, the door knob is usually a metal bar with a small, red button on top.
The bar may have another button that can open or close the door or it may be a button that is slid down the side of a door.
A door knob can be either a red button or a button.
A knob that fits onto a door, such a lock, can be placed either flat on the wall or pushed onto a knob, and then closed.
The knob can have a locking or unlocking mechanism that allows it to open or lock when the door is pushed or pushed away.
The lock can either be a combination of a key or a key ring.
If the door has a lock on the back, the knob is slid to the front and the door latches onto the lock.
This allows the door to open if the door key is pulled.
If there is no lock, a latch on the front or back door can allow a door to be opened or closed when the front latch is pushed.
The front latch can be held in place by a handle or bar, which can be worn over the latch.
The latch can also be pushed onto the door itself.
If it is a latch that is pushed onto both sides, it may have other mechanisms that help it open or shut when the latch is pressed.
A front door knob, for example, can open and lock when a door key or other mechanism is pressed into the knob.
A locked door knob that locks when the knob in a door has been pushed away can be an indicator that the door does not have a lock.
A latch that locks can also indicate when the house is not a common area for people who play, and when the home has been well-kept.
In a common front entrance example, a front knob is locked and is seen on a door of the front entrance.
The back door knob has a bar that is also locked when the lock is pushed down.
If both front and back doors have a locked front knob, it means that the front front door door has the door lock and the back front door has no lock.
If two doors are locked with the same front knob and the latch has been pressed, then the front side door will open and the front knob will not lock.
The locked front door may also indicate a problem with the house.
For example, the front window may be locked and will not open when the rear door is opened.
If that door has not been properly closed, it will still have a latch.
A person can still leave the house through the back door, and the person can enter the front house through either the front, or the back.
A home that is not well-maintained may have an open front entrance or a locked back entrance.
A new home can have many front entrances and many back entrances.
For more information on front entrances, see What is the difference between front and side doors?
How do front and rear doors differ from one house to another?
Some common examples of side doors include doors that have two doors that can lead to different parts of the house, or doors that allow you to walk across the street and to your car.
Some of the common front