I had a couple of things in mind when I purchased an antique Door Hardware store in the Springs, Colorado, area a few years ago.
First, I wanted to buy some old-fashioned hardware that would be used by my neighbors, who would like to keep their doors and windows up to date.
I wanted something that would keep them comfortable and fresh.
Second, I also wanted to make a profit on the hardware.
That’s why I chose to buy a brand new, used door that I thought would look cool, rather than a used door with a lot of cracks and holes.
And finally, I didn’t want to spend the money on an expensive new product I didn