Homeowners seeking a highly energy-efficient fiberglass front door that looks like authentic woodgrain.
Fiberglass can be compression-molded into almost any shape, so it is an excellent material for entry doors, which look better if they match the look and feel of a home. When used for a front door, the manufacturer creates the two sides of the door separately and places them on a frame. They then fill the hollow between the two pieces with a household-safe, highly-insulating foam core.
Traditional Fiberglass door collection was developed to deliver the luxury look of wood doors but save considerable efforts on maintenance of such doors.
These heavy, well insulated fiberglass doors can have elaborately embossed panels or thick custom designed glass inserts to accent their look. They are also available in a variety of rich textures such as oak, cherry, mahogany, fir, teak and even knotty alder.
Premium quality fiberglass entry doors offer excellent performance as well as fell and appearance of an authentic wood product.
If you're looking for a way to make your entryway stand out, there are many options available to customize the look of your door. From traditional wood stains to modern finishes, you can create the perfect look for your home's entrance. With the right materials and techniques, you can create an eye-catching entryway that will be sure to impress visitors and passersby alike.
The Benefits of Fiberglass Doors
Beauty - Fiberglass can closely mimic many wood grains, such as cherry, oak and mahogany, creating a beautiful appearance. Fiberglass usually comes prepainted or stained to achieve a unique, customized look.
Durability - Fiberglass doors are exceptionally durable. They don't chip or dent like a wood or steel door might, which makes them a great option for your front door — the barrier between your home and the outside world.
Weather Resistance - The insulative properties of fiberglass make fiberglass doors a prime option for keeping the cold out. Fiberglass entry doors are built to stand up to harsh weather and other damaging effects.
Energy Efficiency - Because fiberglass reduces heat transfer, it is more energy efficient than other door materials. For this reason, fiberglass doors can help you save on energy bills during the winter and summer. They also allow you to maintain ideal temperatures in your home.
Security - Fiberglass doors are one of the most secure front door options, and should be up for consideration when front door security is a priority for your home.
Low maintenance - Fiberglass is a composite material that is resistant to fading, cracking, and chipping. Compared to both steel and wood, a fiberglass exterior door will require the least amount of maintenance, because it doesn't have to be re-stained or repainted regularly.
Fiberglass Door Parts
Composite stiles ensure that the door won't ever warp, corrode, or rust by preventing water infiltration.
Fiberglass reinforced skin that is impervious to moisture and humidity. Unlike steel, won't dent or delaminate!
Insulated core has a high R-Value and is completely CFC-free for the best thermal protection.
Composite top and bottom rails prevent water infiltration on all six sides. Keeps mould and mildew from growing.