A strong, stylish front door adds curb appeal and a sense of security to your home. Choose from steel, fiberglass and wood front doors with a variety of style options to suit your home’s design.
Increase your home’s energy efficiency with a new front door replacement. Energy efficient front doors help you maintain a comfortable temperature and cut down on utility bills.
Fiberglass doors are an affordable way to upgrade your entryway. These durable, low-maintenance doors resist warping and rot and can withstand harsh weather conditions. They also come in a wide selection of designs that can help you establish your ideal home style.
These doors feature a thick, foam-core insulated that can keep your home comfortable all year round. They can even cut your energy bills by preventing heat and cold from escaping your home.
These doors have an appearance that closely resembles natural wood. They can be purchased as a slab that you (or your contractor) must install, or prehung with the frame and hardware. They can also be customized with next-level options, such as wrought iron scrolling and textured glass.
For many homeowners, vinyl front doors provide the best balance of performance and affordability. They are durable and able to resist heat and cold transfer, as well as wind and outdoor noise. They also offer superior energy efficiency and meet Florida’s minimum energy code requirements. Available in a variety of styles, including embossed wood-grain patterns, these doors are also lightweight for easy operation and maintenance. Pella products are backed by some of the best warranties in the industry, and are a top choice among home products in the 2022 America’s Most Trusted Door Brand Study conducted by Lifestory Research. The study evaluates brands in a variety of home products, building materials and services to identify the most trusted and recommended brands. Results are based on interviews with randomly selected consumers.
The natural beauty of wood doors is a popular choice for entranceways. It conveys a sense of quality and tradition as well as modern sleekness or rustic country charm. Wood doors also offer substantial durability. With proper care, they will last lifetimes.
Oak is a hard and heavy wood with a tight, pronounced grain that produces a rich finish when stained. White oak has a more organic, varying grain with flecks and rays that create a subtle texture and color.
Cherry has a smooth texture with a fine, tight grain that enhances the appearance of any door. It is a reddish-brown in color, and will develop a beautiful, rich patina over time. Douglas fir is durable with a tight, vertical grain pattern that adds design allure. It is naturally resistant to rot and insects.
Elevate your indoor-outdoor living spaces with patio doors that minimize transitions between home and garden. JELD-WEN F-4500 fiberglass and W-5500 Clad wood patio doors offer industry-best glass panel sizes, flush sills to eliminate sill risers for safe access, and a variety of swinging or folding door options. These Florida-product-approved patio doors work well for new construction or renovations. Choose from a selection of design options, including AuraLast pine and finishes that protect against rot, termites, and water damage.
Sliding glass doors
The newest trend in home design is to ” bring the outside in” and large glass sliding doors are the perfect way to do that. These patio doors open into a living space with a view and let in copious amounts of sunlight, which improves a homeowner’s quality of life, while increasing resale value.
Sliding glass doors are available in multi-panel and by-pass configurations as well as corner configurations that transform interior living spaces into unique indoor / outdoor rooms. These doors may be framed with wood, aluminum or vinyl, and can be double or triple-glazed to meet energy conservation codes. Tempered glass is almost impossible to break, and gas-filled glazing improves insulating properties, especially in extreme climates. These doors can also be fitted with mullions or no mullions at all, depending on the architectural style and homeowner’s needs.