Is your front door weathered, scratched, or dented?
Are there cracks or breaks along the door’s edges or within its panels?
Does the door let in drafts?
Does the door hang unleveled on its hinges?
Is your door a challenge to close and lock?
Two popular options are painted and stained fibreglass. Fibreglass doors are affordable and durable – they can go years between any kind of care and maintenance. They handle winters in Ontario well.
Standard single Replacement Doors are usually 32” – 36” in width.
What will your door layout be?
How much is in your budget to spend?
Higher energy efficiency can cost more money, but pays for itself through saved energy costs over time.
More features cost more money. A secure fibreglass front door with a large window is a larger investment than an entry level fibreglass door.
Larger replacement doors are more expensive due to the cost of materials. If your entryway is wide and tall, you can expect a modest price increase over standard sizes.