Meade’s has been Atlanta’s “go to” door store for over 15 years.


Our goal is to offer homeowners the best of both worlds: Expertise and Price.

We offer thousands of great priced products like a discount store, BUT we offer the expertise and turnkey services of a high end remodeling company.  

Instead of paying an expensive sales and marketing staff to blanket neighborhoods and make house calls, Meade’s allows our customers to browse all our products on our website and in our store.  All of our pricing is very transparent.  Our experienced staff and installers are there to offer guidance and expertise in choosing your product.  Then you can decide how much you want our craftsman involved in the installation and finishing of your project.  This allows you to be in complete control of your project and budget.

Over the years Meade’s has cultivated many relationships with domestic and international manufacturers so that we can cut out the middle man and offer better overall prices to our customers.  We also often find discontinued, surplus or overrun products to offer to our customers to help keep their budgets low.

Our company is proud to have been featured on HGTV’s Curb Appeal: The Block several times.  And our products have often been used in television and movie sets filmed in Atlanta and the surrounding areas.  The hosts and craftsman of these shows still show up to visit the store from time to time.

Meade’s Discount Doors & More was opened on June 4th, 2007 in Avondale Estates, GA.  Meade’s continued to outgrow one location, then another.   In February 2019 Meade’s moved to its final location in Tucker, GA. 

Meade’s is not a new name in the door business.  It has been synonymous with building materials for generations.  Nichole Meade’s grandfather, Harold Meade, convinced a small 2 location lumber yard in North Carolina into carrying doors and kitchen cabinets on consignment.  That lumber yard was called Lowe’s.  The Harold Meade Company. Located in Bulls Gap, Tennessee, began to grow with Lowe’s and supply other companies such as 84 Lumber and at the time the fledgling Atlanta company called Home Depot.  

The Meade family is still spread far and wide in the building materials industry.