Types of Doors for Your Home
Are you considering replacing your home’s exterior doors? If so, there is a wide array of options available that can upgrade your home’s security, weather protection, energy efficiency, and curb appeal. When discussing the types of doors they want for their homes, many people focus on front entry doors. However, there are also patio and storm doors available that can add to your home’s style and functionality. Additionally, today’s exterior doors are made from several different materials that each offer their own benefits.
While wood used to be one of the most common entry door materials, its susceptibility to warping and the regular upkeep it requires has made it less popular as new options have been developed. Fiberglass has emerged as an excellent alternative for several reasons. First, it can provide the look of natural wood without the maintenance requirements. Additionally, fiberglass doors are better able to stand up to the New England climate without breaking down. Finally, fiberglass doors have an insulated core that helps prevent heat transfer, and they’ll never warp and start allowing air leaks.
If your top priorities are security and durability, steel doors are another excellent option. Customizable to fit your preferences and exceptionally energy efficient thanks to a solid core, steel entry doors provide the ultimate peace of mind. If you’d like an extra level of protection for your entry, you can have a storm door installed with interchangeable glass and screen panels.
Whether you prefer fiberglass, vinyl, or steel, you can select new patio doors that will provide expansive outside views while still providing the protection and energy efficiency you expect. Style options include traditional sliding and French doors, and you can choose the frame colors and finishes that best complement your home’s color scheme.
High-Performance Doors From NEWPRO
If you’re ready to upgrade your New England home’s old and inefficient exterior doors, contact NEWPRO today and let us show you why homeowners have been relying on us since 1945.