We are proud to say that not like the most doors replacement companies, we do not advertise one brand, one logo, one feature. We work with all of the doors replacement brands to fit the customer’s need the best. Over the years of experience, we have noticed and identified a number of features for each type or brand and today we can proudly give you the best opinion being independent from any manufacturer.


Door technology has come a long way since the first humans used skin at the front of their cave. Be sure to explore all your options before you choose:

  • Steel doors
  • Fiberglass doors
  • Wood doors

Steel Doors

The steel doors have energy efficient foam core insulation and are fully weather stripped by the manufacturer. They are highly resistant to shrinking, swelling and warping. Their tough steel construction will withstand years of extreme weather conditions with minimum maintenance. Steel doors come pre primed and ready to paint.

Fiberglass Doors

The fiberglass doors offer the same energy saving and easy installation qualities as steel doors. Fiberglass doors have wood grain texture molded into the door so they give the appearance of a real wood door when painted or stained. Their high quality composite construction make these doors resistant to all sorts of weather as well as scratches and dents. These are an excellent choice for extreme climates and high traffic entrances.

Wood Doors

The wood doors offer the most traditional look. The familiar look and feel of a well-crafted wooden door sends an inviting message of home and hearth. The substantial weight of a wooden door adds a sense of security and sturdiness to your home. These doors may be painted or stained for a natural, warm appearance. Wooden doors are usually made using frame and panel construction to counteract the effects of climatic or seasonal changes.


Patio doors, including French and sliding glass doors, range from five to over twelve feet in width. The selection of patio doors is as diverse as their sizes and materials: Aluminum doors, Vinyl doors, Wood doors, Wood clad doors.


Sliding doors are almost like huge picture windows through which you can walk. The doors are usually huge panes of glass mounted in a frame with rollers. They are manufactured from a variety of materials including: Aluminum, Vinyl doors, Wood and Wood clad.

Aluminum Patio Doors

The aluminum doors are usually the least expensive. Their all aluminum construction will not rust and is easily maintained.

Vinyl Patio Doors

The vinyl doors are low maintenance and energy efficient. The tough vinyl frames are easy to maintain and look new for years. Most vinyl patio doors offer low-e insulated glass and factory installed weather stripping for maximum energy-efficiency.

Wood Patio Doors

The wood doors are normally the highest quality and the most expensive patio doors. Wood patio doors offer the same natural aesthetic qualities as traditional wood doors with the added bonus of a full view through the large pane.

Wood Clad Patio Doors

The wood clad doors are wooden doors and frames with a vinyl, fiberglass or aluminum coating on the exterior face of the door. The coating serves as an armor to protect the wood from the elements and still allows you to have the look of real wood inside.


French doors are available in the same materials as sliding glass doors and more. They are also available in steel and fiberglass, with the same characteristics as those found in traditional entry doors of the same material. French doors are available with either left or right handed in swing or out swing. You can also purchase units where both doors open.
Fast and professional work done on patio doors. I wanted to have wood patio doors and got a lot of advice while choosing the brand and the type. Very friendly team. Thank you!
Matthews T., Naperville, IL

There are some of the manufactures, which products we install, but we do not limit ourselves to anyone, even if you already have your own doors, please call us to help you with installation.

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