There are a few advantages of the fiberglass doors over traditional wood or metal. Fiberglass doors can even mimic wood. Customary, they are built to be tougher than regular doors, performing better under various weather conditions. They are also customize-able to your unique needs.

Many builders use fiberglass french doors as entry doors, also on garages and many other areas around the house.

  • While slightly more expensive than wood, fiberglass doors are more durable and resistant to scratches, peeling or warping. In general, due to their resistance to weather, they last longer than wooden doors. Fiberglass doors are way more efficient in insulating your home thanks to the insulating foam filler inside, and can be easily painted to match your decor.
  • Fiberglass doors will not dent or peel, unlike steel doors. Steel door will eventually show rust and they cannot be insulated. Hence, if you are looking for durability AND warmer house, fiberglass is your choice.

With all their positive sides, fiberglass can be warped. Make sure you pick doors with water-resistant seals and full-length stiles.