If you’re looking to replace your entry door, you’re going to want something that’s tough and beautiful to see. 50 years ago, if you had to replace your door, the only material that was available to you at that time was wood. Now, new times have brought new innovations that have led to various materials being used as a front door. During the market over the past 50 years or so, fiberglass doors have become a standard in households.
One of the biggest advantages of a fiberglass door is that it can be stained to look like real wood – and at a cheaper price too. The only small differences are when you look extremely close at it. Technology has allowed fiberglass doors to mimic the grains of real oak and mahogany. Instead of purchasing a wooden door that’s going to cost you an arm and a leg, you could get a fiberglass door for half the price. Wood doors also twist and warp over time and exposure to the changing weather patterns. Fiberglass doors require little to no maintenance to keep them in solid condition.
Also, security plays a large role in deciding which door material to get. Fiberglass doors are just as secure as steel doors and surprisingly offer a durable surface.
If you’re not on a strict budget but don’t want to pay the high costs of a wood door, consider looking into fiberglass as your next choice. They’re a combination of durability, value, and security. And, they’re aesthetically pleasing on all ends.