Entry Doors. Storm Doors. Interior Doors. Yeah, we got 'em
Fiberglass doors are a customer favorite. They’re extremely durable and resist dents. They don’t absorb moisture, so they never warp or rot. Insulated fiberglass doors are extremely energy efficient. They can be stained to look like natural wood or painted to match your home’s interior and exterior decor.
Give your home classic beauty with a new wood door. You’ll want to buy only a quality wood entry door, such as those Teeters represents. These finer manufactures use higher quality wood veneers and preservative treatments to offer lasting performance with minimum maintenance. While lower quality doors often have issues with rotting, warping, and bowing.
Economical, energy efficient and fire resistant, steel replacement doors offer you a nearly maintenance-free entry that’s truly secure. New options let you choose whether you prefer the look of stained or painted steel. Be aware of the quality and thickness of the steel used to manufacturer your door. Steel thickness is rated in gauges, with lower numbers representing a thicker, better quality door. Less expensive doors are typically .24 to .26 gauge steel, while higher quality doors will be manufactured in .20 gauge steel.