2. Considering ROI – As you read earlier, the return on investment for doors is quite high. You can expect to get about $2,500 back from your door replacement if you put your house on the market; this could actually be the price you paid for the door depending on what sales and special offers you’re able to take advantage of when you make your purchase!
3. Think about the easy upkeep – Wood doors, and steel doors to a lesser extent, require quite a bit of maintenance in order to remain in top condition. This is especially true of painted wood doors that typically have to have fresh coats put on at least once a year. Fiberglass doors require very little upkeep, saving for the occasional wipe down with a wet rag. You will save a significant amount of effort, making the slightly higher price of a fiberglass door completely worth it in the long run!