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Entry Doors in Huntsville, AL

Your home’s entry door is the first thing visitors will see. At Window World of Huntsville, we’ll help ensure your entry door makes the right first impression with a range of customizable options that give your home a modern, updated look and a warm, welcoming feel.

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With an entry door from Window World of Huntsville, you can create the look that best suits your home’s style. Our entry doors are customizable and offered in a range of design and style options. Why our doors make a great addition to your Huntsville home:

  • Alluring entry door colors flawlessly complement your home
  • Beautiful glass styles add the perfect finishing touch
  • Gorgeous rich stain options with separate finishes for the interiors and exteriors
  • Detailed embossment options give a real wood look
  • Jambs reinforced with steel enhance security and stability
  • Energy-efficient packages featuring unique foam cores

View our range of entry door color options to meet your taste.

Entry Door Color Options

*Color options may vary based on package, dimensions and more.

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A Front Entry Door Adds Value to a Home

Consumers believe an attractive front entrance not only adds to a home’s curb appeal but can also boost its perceived market value, according to a national study commissioned by Therma-Tru.

The study, conducted by an independent research company, found that a home with an enhanced Therma-Tru entryway added to its perceived value by as much as five times the cost of the door itself.*

At a time when homeowners are looking to get the most out of every dollar they spend on their home, installing an attractive new front entryway is a cost-effective investment that can have a big impact.

Test Home 1

  • Standard six-panel door with sidelites upgraded to a complete Classic-Craft® door system.

3.2% increase in perceived value

Before:
home before new windows
After:
home after new windows

 

Test Home 2

  • Standard six-panel door upgraded to a complete Classic-Craft® door system.

6.6% increase in perceived value

Before:
home before new windows
After:
home after new windows

 

Test Home 3

  • Standard six-panel door upgraded to a complete Classic-Craft® door system.

6.2% increase in perceived value

Before:
home before new windows
After:
home after new windows

 

Test Home 4

  • Standard six-panel door upgraded to a complete Fiber-Classic® door system.

4.1% increase in perceived value

Before:
home before new windows
After:
home after new windows

*Therma-Tru’s National Home Valuation Study was commissioned in 2002 by Therma-Tru and conducted by TNS, an independent provider of Internet-based research and research-based marketing information and counsel.


Wood Doors vs. Steel Doors vs. Fiberglass Doors

Even after 25 years, fiberglass remains the most advanced material for entryways—able to satisfy both today’s and tomorrow’s homeowners by giving them the look of wood doors and the strength of steel doors, without the compromises of either. In fact, fiberglass doors offer just what homeowners want—the optimum combination of security, energy efficiency, performance and aesthetics. Therma-Tru not only pioneered the fiberglass door category but we continue to lead the industry. Learn about the limitations and advantages of some common door materials below.

Wood

Limitations

  • Expensive
  • Absorbs moisture
  • Can peel or bubble out
  • Can bow, warp or twist
  • Will fade
  • Not energy efficient
  • Requires regular maintenance

Advantages

  • Beautiful wood grain
  • High-end look
  • Scratches easily repaired
  • Warm feel and touch

Steel

Limitations

  • Easily dented
  • Scratches can lead to rust
  • Paint chipping can be common
  • Conducts temperature; cold or hot to the touch

Advantages

  • Lower maintenance
  • No cracking or bowing
  • Less expensive
  • Energy efficient
  • Good insulating value
  • Secure

Fiberglass

Limitations

  • None

Advantages

  • Lowest maintenance
  • Resists denting and scratching
  • Offers wood grain & smooth finish look
  • Won’t rot, deteriorate or rust
  • Energy efficient
  • Can be painted or stained
  • Won’t wrap, bow or twist
  • 5x the insulation value of wood
  • Secure

What is energy efficiency?

Energy-Efficient Doors

When it comes to your home, energy-efficient doors require less energy to heat your space than traditional products. That means savings on your monthly bills and comfort year-round.

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Your Questions, Answered

Entry Doors FAQs

Why choose an entry door from Window World of Huntsville?

We have partnered with Therma-Tru® to offer you a wide selection of the most popular doors available today with some incredible added features. Year after year building professionals rank Therma-Tru brand as the one they use most and recognize Therma-Tru as the most innovative company in entry and patio door systems.

Can I customize my entry door?

Our broad offering of door styles combined with a wide array of paint, stain, glass and hardware options ensures that every homeowner will find an entry door to satisfy their own personal style.

Is my entry door protected by a warranty?

Every replacement entry door is covered by Window World of Huntsville’s remarkable lifetime warranty. There is no better way to make a good first impression on company than a beautifully designed entry door.

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What Your Neighbors Are Saying

They did an amazing job on my house in Scottsboro. Love my new windows, and my front door. Thanks guys!
James S.
I couldn’t be happier with my new door from Window World. Service was quick and professional. Thank you!
Katarzyna M.
The installation crew phoned ahead and arrived early with my approval. They were courteous and professional and had the old door out and the new door installed in around an hour. This included caulking/sealing and clean-up. Great job!
Michael M.

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