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A&G Windows offers high quality doors in the Toronto, Mississauga, Oakville, and Woodbridge Areas.
Types of doors supplied by A&G Windows
Steel Entry Doors- The most important thing to note when buying a steel door is the gauge. The higher the number, the thinner the steel. 24-gauge steel doors are commonly found when you're shopping for an inexpensive door, such as those found at home stores. This is a good temporary solution, but don't count on it to last. Rusting and paint chipping is quite common. 24-gauge steel is practically paper thin, and it bends and flexes very easily with nothing but insulation behind it. This flexing causes the paint to chip off, which in turn leaves the steel unprotected and free to rust.
22-gauge steel doors are primarily for the home market. It's a thicker steel that doesn't bend or flex as easy as a 24-gauge, holds paint extremely well, and can have a simulated wood grain cut into it that provides for a wood appearance when finished with a gel-based stain. It costs a little more than the 24-gauge doors, but the difference in quality is huge.
There are doors available in thicker gauges of steel, but these are primarily for the commercial or security markets.
Today, steel is the common choice for door replacements. It's inexpensive (when compared to other materials), secure, very low maintenance and comes in a large variety of styles and colors to suit your needs.
Fiberglass Doors – Fiberglass is a relatively new material in doors today. It's very low maintenance, resists denting and scratching, and is very strong and secure. These type of doors are also unaffected by both humidity and moisture. Fiberglass doors will not rot, splinter or warp like wood, and will not dent or delaminate like steel.
Fiberglass doors It also offer a wood grain if you desire a wood-look. The fibreglass entry doors supplied by A&G Windows have been engineered and tested to withstand both harsh northern climates and the test of time; our fibreglass doors supplied by some of the major suppliers in Canada require virtually no maintenance and are made to last.