Your front door is a reflection of your preference and style and a well-made and well-designed door can greatly enhance the curb appeal of your home. It’s only fitting to choose nothing but the best material for your front door. To simplify the selection process, entry doors company US Home Exteriors discusses your front door material options.
While there are certain materials on the market that can mimic the appearance of wood, few materials can match the texture and feel of real wood. Wooden doors are highly customizable and can be crafted according to your desired design. You can even incorporate other decorative materials such as glass accents and transoms.
It’s worth noting that wood is not without its disadvantages as the material is not entirely weather-resistant. Having said that, you might need to replace your wooden doors when it starts to show signs of weather damage. Still, wood makes for a great door material and can even be used for patio doors.
The mere mention of steel doors may evoke images of plain, heavy slabs covering the entrance. While steel doors do offer excellent protection against intruders, they don’t have to look drab. In fact, steel doors can be painted over. Just make sure to prime the material before proceeding. Steel doors are highly efficient at keeping the elements out. However, they can be difficult to repair once they get dents.
Fiberglass entry doors combine the charming appearance of wooden doors and the security of steel doors. But unlike wood, fiberglass isn’t susceptible to warping due to the weather, nor to rotting as time goes by. And unlike steel doors, fiberglass doors are fairly easy to repair. They are also more durable than traditional wooden doors. Not to mention they can hold their own against dents and nicks much better than steel doors can.
Fiberglass is an excellent choice, whether for entry doors or patio doors. If you’re looking for a company that offers excellent workmanship, especially regarding fiberglass entry door installations, look no further than US Home Exteriors. You may call us at (336) 296-1040 or at (919) 289-5772. We serve Greensboro and Raleigh, NC.