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Fiberglass Front Entry Door Style Options: Traditional to Modern

When selecting a front entry door for your home, the material it’s made of isn’t always the first thing you think of. Usually, you look at the door’s style and colour to see how it fits into the look of the house. 

Fiberglass is one of the most common materials used in the construction of front doors for good reason – they come in a variety of styles. Here is what you need to know about front entry doors made of fiberglass and the styles they come in. 

Why Fiberglass? 

Fiberglass doors are very strong and require very minimal maintenance, which is perfect for a front door. Further, fiberglass won’t rust, dent or rot, so it will stay looking perfect for years to come. 

Styles To Choose From: 

Painted Fiberglass  

One of the most popular options for front doors is solid colours, and you can choose from a variety of colours to match the exterior of your home. One of the benefits of choosing a solid colour is that it will always be classic, always in style, and you won’t have to worry about it being “too much” for your home. 

Stained Fiberglass 

Many modern homes use dark wood accents, and the doors are no exception. Having a wooden door isn’t ideal, as wood may warp and take on moisture over time, but fiberglass doors do not have that downside. By choosing to stain your fiberglass door, it allows for a variety of highlights and hues, bringing the texture to life and causing it to look like a real wood door system. 

Glass Inserts  

You can choose a fiberglass door with windows to ensure your home gets as much natural light as possible. The glass could be clear or frosted, depending on your preference, and many of them have options with large windows – almost the whole door – if you want. 


Having sidelites with your front door adds a little something extra to the look of your home, and it can help get more natural light into your home. You can choose to have the sidelites in a glass you can see through or have them obstructed slightly so that it just lets the light in, and no one can see through into your home. 

Contact Doorway Inc. Today!

From traditional to contemporary and everything in between, choosing a fiberglass door for your home gives you endless design options. To start exploring those options, contact us today 

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