Fiberglass is one of the most recent options for entry doors, but they’re already a popular option. These doors can have the classic look of wood — sometimes so convincingly that customers report not being able to tell the difference between the fiberglass and real wood — but the strength and efficiency of steel. There are many reasons you should consider fiberglass entry doors for your Milwaukee home, but here are just three to start.
Fiberglass doors can come in a number of styles. They can be smooth-textured and come in reds, greens, or black. If you want a more classic style, they can take on the color of wood and even some of the texture of wood grain. You can repaint fiberglass doors, but their natural color stays fresh for a much longer period of time than wood and steel colors, without chipping or peeling. They won’t be interrupted by rot, warping, or swelling like wood doors. Fiberglass entry doors are specifically made to stand up to Milwaukee weather — both the highs and lows.
Give your fiberglass entry door your best knock and see how it feels. You can tell immediately that this is a strong, sturdy material, and burglars would have a tough time breaking in. Many fiberglass door manufacturers will fit their doors with secure locks, as well, to further boost their security. And they don’t just ward off criminals. These doors withstand adverse weather like rain, hail, snow, or debris from strong winds.
If your door lets in drafts or lets too much heat escape, you could be paying higher HVAC and energy bills than you should. That’s why the insulation that comes with fiberglass entry doors is so attractive. These doors are built to slow the flow of heat through them, so that no unwanted heat gets in and no generated heat gets out. Your house can stay as comfortable as you like it, and you’ll save money on your energy bills.
These benefits just scratch the surface of all the benefits that come with fiberglass entry doors. Why not see for yourself? Contact Homesealed Exteriors today for a free quote or more information about what a fiberglass door can do for your home.