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Step #2: Select door material

Choose a construction. This is what the skin of your door will be manufactured with. Each material has its own cost, advantages, and disadvantages. Read the descriptions carefully to identify what the differences are and to select the best choice for your home.

If you're not sure what to choose, select smooth steel. This is the most common selection and will yield the most available door styles.

 
Smooth Steel
A smooth steel door is the most popular option. It comes painted in your choice of color or primed if you choose not to have the door factory finished. Thicker, heavier 22-gauge steel makes all the difference. Unlike cheap 24, 26 or 28 gauge steel doors found at box stores, ours will never rust (if factory finished) and resists denting and paint chipping.
Smooth Painted Steel
Stainable Steel
This material is made identical to the smooth steel above except for a deep embossed wood grain surface for a rich stained finish. This door is a good option if you desire a wood look. If you select factory finishing, it comes factory stained or painted in your choice of color.
Steel with Textured Wood Grain Stained or Painted
Smooth Fiberglass
Fiberglass resists denting and scratching and is the door of choice for parents or pet-owners that experience constant wear-and-tear. Unlike cheap imitations, our fiberglass doors won't dent, crack, split or warp. This is a smooth material with no woodgrain. If you select factory finishing, it comes painted in your choice of color.
Smooth Painted Fiberglass
Textured Fiberglass
This material is identical to the smooth fiberglass above except for a deep embossed wood grain surface. This material offers true oak grained beauty that can be stained or painted for the look of real wood. If factory finishing is selected, it comes stained or painted in your choice of color.
Fiberglass with a Textured Wood Grain Stained or Painted
Taylorwood
The first door combining the durability of steel on the exterior with the warmth of wood on the interior. The interior of the door is made the same way as a insulated wood door, right down to the cabinet panels and glass inserts. Various wood species are available with oak, maple and mahogany being the most popular. This is the most expensive door material.
Real Wood Interior with Smooth Paintable Steel Exterior