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Entry Doors

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Your entry door is the first thing people notice when they come to your home. It makes a statement and sets the tone for the rest of the house. Is your door sending the right message? If not, let us help you select the right door for your home. You’ll learn the key terms you need to know as well as different materials available for doors.

Traditional Entry Doors

Steel doors have energy-efficient foam core insulation and are fully weather stripped by the manufacturer. They’re highly resistant to shrinking, swelling and warping. Their tough, steel construction will withstand years of extreme weather conditions with minimum maintenance.

Fiberglass doors offer the same energy-saving and easy installation qualities as steel doors. Fiberglass doors have wood-grain texture molded into the door so they give the appearance of a real wood door when painted or stained. Their high-quality composite construction makes these doors resistant to all sorts of weather as well as scratches and dents. These are an excellent choice for extreme climates and high-traffic entrances.

Wood doors offer the most traditional look. The familiar look and feel of a well-crafted wooden door sends an inviting message of home and hearth. The substantial weight of a wooden door adds a sense of security and sturdiness to your home. These doors may be painted or stained for a natural, warm appearance. Wooden doors are usually made using frame and panel construction to counteract the effects of climatic or seasonal changes.