New Contemporary Styles of Entry Doors. Fiberglass, Steel & Wood Choices.
Each entry door at Window Concepts creates a dramatic first impression and a welcome focal point for your home.
We have a door that will give your home a finished look and curb appeal. Engineered not to dent or rust, fiberglass doors are a good alternative to steel
and are perfect for the front or back door.
The exclusive Hydroshield™ water resistant seal protects our door against water infiltration on all sides to prevent warping and delamination. Our entry doors are built with lasting value and performance using premium quality components and workmanship.
- Available factory finished for maximum durability in over 80 paint or 8 stain colors to match your decor.
- Optional aluminum jamb cladding in custom colors for a truly maintenance free exterior.
- Your choice of steel, fiberglass or wood.
- Thousands of decorative glass combinations to personalize your home and meet your desired need of privacy.
Strength & Durability of Steel
Our steel and stainable steel door is constructed with 22-gauge inner and outer steel face sheets for added strength, durability and security. Made with top quality steel, they won’t crack, warp, twist or rot. That means years of easy maintenance. A Window Concepts sales team member can help you today! Callor email us.
New Entry Door?
There are so many styles of entry doors to choose from and a few important points to think about when choosing your new door.
There are wood, fiberglass and steel doors available but what are the important factors to think about before installing. First let’s talk about energy efficiency and what it means to your pocketbook. One of the most important specifications about your new door is the R-value. This is a relative number that relates to the door’s ability to hold in heat as a barrier. The higher the R-value, the better the door. Wood has one of the highest R-values but you may find a fiberglass door with great insulation that may rate higher. Some fiberglass doors may not have a higher R-value than wood but depending on the location of your home, a wood door may be more prone to rotting, cracking and splitting. A steel door may rust if your in a area of high moisture.