Entry doors are often more than just front doors, because the front entrance of your home commands the most attention from the street. Most entry doors perform well overall. But the materials they’re made of – fiberglass, steel, and wood each have strengths and weaknesses. The entry door is the first thing visitors see when they arrive. When it comes to entry doors, insulated steel is still king. They’re relatively inexpensive and energy- efficient. And while they’re typically low-maintenance, dents are hard to fix, and scratches may rust if they aren’t painted promptly. Fiberglass is a practical choice for most people. These doors are available with a smooth surface or, more typically an embossed wood – grain texture. Fiberglass doors resist wear and tear better than steel, are moderately priced and dent-resistant, and require little maintenance. Wood provides the high –end look that other materials try to mimic. Wood doors are high maintenance and they require regular painting or staining.
Consumers have never had so many choices in their door styles. They’re not only choosing style and materials but size, shape, grilles, mini blinds and glass. Custom Security Doors / AAA Custom Windows specializes in steel and fiberglass entry doors and has a variety of decorative glass lite options available. Steel doors are available in 20-gauge smooth steel primed or painted or 20- gauge wood grain textured steel primed, painted or stained. Fiberglass doors are available in a smooth surface unfinished or painted. Wood grain textured surface unfinished, painted or stained. Multiple hardware choices are available with a variety of different finishes. Custom Security Doors / AAA Custom Windows professionally installs all entry doors with select models that are energy star qualified.
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AAA Custom Window and Security Doors
9310 Forest Lane Suite #206 | Dallas, TX 75243