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How Long Do Fiberglass Doors Last?

Aug 31, 2021

Fiberglass entry door with realistic woodgrain finishIf your home’s entry doors are hard to operate, warped, or simply old and out of style, it’s time to start exploring your replacement options. As you do your research, you’ll quickly discover that there are a variety of materials that front doors are made of, with the most popular options being wood, steel, and fiberglass. If you want a door that will provide long-term performance and excellent energy efficiency while requiring minimal upkeep, you can’t beat fiberglass. But how long do fiberglass doors last?

Engineered for Longevity

Wood doors had long been the industry standard, but despite their appearance and durability, they can rot and warp when subjected to moisture and temperature swings.  And while steel doors provide unmatched security, they can start to deteriorate when exposed to humid air for 10 years or more. Fiberglass doors, however, offer a unique combination of aesthetic appeal, energy efficiency, and durability, as they:

  • Never need to be painted or stained and come in a realistic woodgrain finish
  • Have an insulated core that helps prevent heat transfer
  • Do not react to climate and won’t warp, expand, contract, or rot

The Central NJ Door Experts

If you’re interested in having new fiberglass doors installed on your Central New Jersey home, you can’t go wrong with Window & Door Outlet, Inc. We offer custom fiberglass front doors from ProVia, one of the top manufacturers in the industry. You can select from an array of woodgrain finishes, decorative glass options, and hardware options, and you can count on our factory-trained technicians to install your new doors flawlessly. What’s more, we’ll stand behind them with a lifetime warranty on the door, slab, glass, and hardware and an up to 10-year warranty on the finish.

Contact Window & Door Outlet, Inc., today to schedule a consultation at your Central NJ home, or visit our spacious showroom in Edison.