Your front door may not be the most visible part of your exterior, but it’s still an important detail, one you can’t afford to overlook. After all, a single mismatched element is all it takes to ruin your home’s curb appeal.
For our clients, we recommend Therma Tru® fiberglass doors, which have received the distinction of being named a Consumers Digest Best Buy. The roofing contractors at Exterior Pros elaborate more on the benefits of its Fiber-Classic® collection below.
Enjoy the Classic Appeal of Wood Without the Usual Drawbacks
It’s not necessarily a bad idea to incorporate a few design trends into your exterior design—the problem is trends quickly go out of style, leaving your exterior looking outdated. To safeguard your curb appeal, we recommend using classic materials, like deep mahogany or natural oak.
The only drawback to installing wooden doors and windows is the significant upkeep they require. If wooden doors aren’t maintained properly, they can suffer rot and other forms of moisture damage.
Fiber-Classic doors combine the best qualities of wood and fiberglass, mimicking the look and feel of mahogany and oak while retaining fiberglass’ low-maintenance needs.
Value and Performance
We also recommend Therma Tru doors because of their cost-effectiveness. Consumers Digest editors named Therma Tru’s Fiber-Classic collection a Best Buy because of the variety of features the product line offers at a competitive price point. The magazine found that it was the most competitively priced fiberglass entry door that came in a wood-grain finish, was available in at least 20 styles and offered a lifetime limited warranty.
To make sure you get to enjoy all of the aforementioned benefits, only hire reputable contractors. Whether you need a new entry door installed or some siding replacement work done, make sure to vet your contractor.
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Exterior Pros, the winner of the Angie’s List Super Service Award from 2014 to 2018, offers a wide range of exterior services, including roofing replacement services. To request a quote, call us at (262) 456-3530 or leave us a message here. We serve homeowners in Waukesha, WI, as well as the surrounding communities.