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As homeowners around the Minneapolis area replace their entry doors, many are choosing fiberglass. When it comes to the newer fiberglass entry doors, the manufacturers have become very good at producing doors that look like regular wood doors that you’d find on homes. You might never realize that the door is not actually wood, but fiberglass. They look and even feel the same. Fiberglass doors are super durable which means you’re getting your money’s worth – and they will not rot, warp, shrink or swell. Wood doors will do this over time and with exposure to the elements. Fiberglass doors are also resistant to fire and bugs – unlike wood.
This type of door was introduced decades ago, and even though fiberglass doors seemed to reproduce the same look and feel as wood, a lot of people were not sold on them when they first hit the market for residential use. Now, more and more households are choosing to use these fiberglass doors over regular wood. There are many options to choose from, as well so you can customize your door to your home.
Fifteen years ago fiberglass doors were not sold in a lot of stores, but take a look at last year – fiberglass doors made up around 90% of all doors sold. Why? Fiberglass is durable, has a lower price tag, and looks beautiful, so why wouldn’t you choose this type of door?
Key Points of Fiberglass Exterior Doors
Fiberglass as a door material has a number of advantages over wood. As you’re comparing options for your new entry door, consider these key points about fiberglass doors.
If it’s time for you to take a look at entry door options, give us a call today. Window Outfitters installs fiberglass entry doors from Pella, Comfort Line, Marvin and ProVia. We are a professional MN full-service exterior remodeling contractor.
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