Fiberglass and Steel Doors
Fiberglass front doors require little maintenance while offering high resistance to wear and tear and strong protection against the elements. They can also be painted or stained, making them a top choice for harsh Canadian climates. Click here to learn more about fiberglass doors.
Steel is an excellent choice when it comes to entrance doors that are both durable and practical. All of our steel entrance doors are strong and robust, able to withstand weather extremes of all kinds – from scorching summers to frigid winters and every kind of precipitation imaginable.
Key Benefits of Fiberglass Doors
The polyurethane core in Fiberglass makes it more resistant to damage. Fiberglass doors withstand the harsh Canadian elements without cracking or bowing. They won’t rust, rot, or warp.
Lighter than steel doors, Fiberglass’ light weight reduces tensile stress on door hinges, giving you a door that will continue to open and close without sticking or binding.
Fiberglass exterior doors are filled with an insulating core of polyurethane foam, providing an excellent R rating. Pre-hinged entry doors installed as a single unit (already mounted within their frames), complete with top-notch weather-stripping, a leak-resistant sweep at the bottom of the door, and an adjustable threshold sill to help prevent drafts and moisture from entering your home. By replacing a drafty door with an ENERGY STAR®-rated door, you’ll be able to use less energy to keep your home at a comfortable temperature.
Fiberglass doors look clean and new for longer and require little to no maintenance. Regular cleaning with a damp microfiber cloth should be sufficient.
A restorative coat of clear marine varnish can protect it and keep it looking fresh.
The solid construction of a fiberglass door and multipoint lock reduce the possibility of forced entry when the door is locked or closed, making it the safest option out there for you and your family.