Exterior Fiberglass Front Entry Doors
An exterior fiberglass front entry door combines a foam core and a fiberglass reinforced skin to achieve the image of a wood door that has improved durability, energy efficiency, and long-term performance.
Benefits of a Fiberglass entry door
Exterior fiberglass front entry doors provide the following benefits:
Multiple textured finishes to look like real wood. The molding process puts a deep wood grain into the fiberglass door. The panel profiles offer architecturally correct stile and rail construction and proportions as well as crisp shadow lines.
Designs that fit any style. Whether you have a colonial, classic, country, craftsman, contemporary, bungalow, cottage, arts and crafts, or colonial revival style home, there are fiberglass entry door styles and glass patterns that will make your entryway a focal point of your house.
Reduced cooling and heating costs. Many old steel and wood doors leak air and are rotted and warped. Fiberglass doors have a polyurethane foam core, which provides five times better insulation value than a wood door. You can also add energy efficient glass to improve energy performance even more.
Improved strength, durability, and performance. With a fiberglass reinforced skin, your door is resistant to dings, dents, and splintering. Fiberglass doors aren't affected by humidity or moisture and won't warp or rust.
Long Lasting door. Since fiberglass doors resist swelling and shrinking, their finishes last three times longer than a standard wood door.
Low maintenance. The fiberglass reinforced skin makes it easier to maintain than a wood door.
Improved security. Reduce the risk of threats or break-ins by adding a keypad entry or a deadbolt as well as a peephole.
Enhanced curb appeal and higher resale value. The first thing home buyers see is the front of your home. A new fiberglass door enhances your home's curb appeal.
Fiberglass Entry Door Product Uses and Features
The features of a fiberglass door include:
- Fiberglass reinforced skin resists dings, dents, and splintering.
- Textured finishes creates a wood door appearance.
- 2.5" polyurethane foam core provides an insulation value of R-13.
- Reduce energy costs with an Energy Star insulated glass package.
- Heavy duty handle sets, hardware, deadbolts and lever sets in a variety of finishes allows you to customize the appearance of your door.
- Compression weather-stripping gives the door a weather tight seal, with bottom sweep upgrades available.
Fiberglass door frames provide the following features:
- Steel reinforced strike plates and jambs for added security.
- Composite door bottoms are rot resistant.
- 4x10 inch composite lock blocks add strength.
- A continuous sill across the base of the door prevents leaks and provides a better fit.
- Steel-edged door perimeter improves strength and stability when compared to a wood door.
- Ball-bearing hinges increase durability and provides a smoother operation.
- Fire rating is 90 minutes to provide increased safety and peace of mind.
- Adjustable hinge system for a perfectly fitted door.
- Limited lifetime warranty and 30 year clear glass and 20 year decorative glass warranties.
- Large selection of sizes available, including sidelights up to 8 feet tall and custom doors.
Where to use exterior fiberglass entry doors
Fiberglass entry doors can be installed in the back, front, garage service and side entrances of your home. They are seen in four different varieties including doors with sidelight(s), a French door, a double door, or a single door
Fiberglass Entry Door Styles, Designs, and Hardware
Add style and reduce energy costs with these options (note: options will vary by product lines):
Caming and decorative glass patterns. Choose from a variety of colored and decorative glass designs to create a beautiful look or reflect light in a variety of ways. Several Polaris patterns include Naples, Baton Rouge, Aurora, Williamsburg, Charleston, New Orleans, Brennan, Manhattan, Bostonian, Encino, and Santa Fe. Pro Via decorative glass styles include Brilliance, St. Jane, Cheyenne, Santa Fe, Glenmore, Crystal, Solitaire, Radiant Hues, Barcelona, Lehigh, Tranquility, Classic, Diamond, Tuscany, Beveled, and Emerald. Decorative caming is available in polished brass, zinc, and patina.
Pro Via line Inspirations Art Glass. Choose from five designer color palettes and seven door styles to make your door a one of a kind.
Different colored thresholds .Customize your entryway by choosing a threshold in satin black/nickel or in anodized brown/brass.
Distinctive locksets, hardware, handle sets, deadbolts, and lever sets. Complement and match the interior or exterior of your home by choosing hardware in a variety of finishes including satin nickel, antique brass, polished brass, and aged bronze. Technological electronic keyless entry systems are also available.
Multiple stain and paint options. You can choose from either a stained or painted door (or you can order a door that is factory primed and add your own finishing). Select cherry, natural oak, fruitwood, colonial, dark walnut, or rosewood stains or one of the 19 painted colors from the Polaris line. The Pro Via line has seven stains including Light Oak, Natural Oak, Dark Oak, Oak, Cherry, Dark Mahogany, and Walnut, as well as 16 additional paint colors to choose from.
Decorative mini-blinds. Add mini-blinds that tilt and raise inside the tempered glass of your new fiberglass door. This eliminates the need to clean or dust the mini-blinds.
Transom windows. Add transom windows over double doors, 3' doors, or doors that have sidelights.
Door panel design options. We have a large selection of door panel designs that suit a variety of styles.
External grids. Install a grid or grille on the back, side, or garage door to add an artistic touch.
Upgraded glass packages. Reduce your home's heating and cooling costs by opting for a glass upgrade to increase energy efficiency.
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