Today’s entry doors are engineered to survive construction-site damage, daily wear and tear, and the elements in Western Washington. Whether they are made of steel or fiberglass there are enough choices in the entry-door category to satisfy every taste and budget.
Fiberglass doors are made to outperform steel and wood entry doors when it comes to energy efficiency and durability. More than that, Fiberglass doors are every bit as beautiful as wood and as strong as steel. Once you’ve studied the limitation and advantages of wood or steel as compared to fiberglass, we’re confident that you’ll see the stark contrasts for yourself.
Fiberglass doors give homeowners the ideal combination of security, energy efficiency, performance, and appearance. There are more than a few reasons to consider fiberglass entry doors, rather than wood or steel. Steel is easily dented and scratched, which can lead to rust, and conducts exterior temperatures into the home. Fiberglass doors, on the other hand:
- Are low maintenance
- Resist dents and scratches
- Won’t rot or rust
- Are energy efficient, with five times the insulation value of wood entry doors
- Are secure
- Come in wood-grain finishes or in a smooth, painted look
Fiberglass doors come in a wide variety of styles and wood-grain finishes or smooth-finish colors, and with or without glass designs. They also are available as fire-rated doors, which offer 20 minutes of fire protection, in a variety of styles and options.