Miracle Exteriors – Front Entry Doors

Your front door is a statement about your home that you can personalize with color, style and other options. You can also make your new front door impact rated to protect against Florida’s storms and break-ins. Choose from steel, fiberglass and wood doors with optional sidelights or transoms. Some front doors are also insulated to cut energy costs.


Designed to keep unwanted guests out, steel front doors offer excellent security at an affordable price. Miracle completes many steel door installations for homeowners who want a sturdy, insulated option that looks great and resists dents and scratches. Choose from a wide variety of custom style options to complement your home’s exterior design.

Wood front doors are a beautiful addition to any home. Their tight-fitting pieces accentuate your entryway and blend well with natural colors and finishes. Wood resists weathering, but requires regular painting or staining to stay looking new. Decorative glass, sidelights and transoms are available to add light and character to your entryway, as well as provide privacy. Many of these doors are hurricane impacted rated to protect your family during a storm and prevent break-ins.

The concrete stoop and flagstone walkway of this cottage-style entrance in California feature a blue front door that matches the planters, urns and lanterns on the porch. Lady ferns and climbing hydrangeas frame the walk and welcome visitors to this sunny farmhouse.


Fiberglass, or fiberglass-reinforced plastic (FRP), is a manmade material made of glass strands in a plastic matrix. It is also known as glass-fiber reinforced polyester, GRP, and fiberglass-reinforced polymer (GFRP).

Fiberglass is an excellent choice for front doors because it is durable and low-maintenance. It can withstand harsh weather and resists rot, warping, scratching, and corrosion. In addition, it is resistant to insect infestations, including termites. This makes it a good alternative to wood, which is more susceptible to pests.

In terms of design, fiberglass doors come in a variety of styles, shapes, and colors to match your home’s aesthetic. They are also energy efficient, with insulated foam cores that help to reduce drafts and keep your home at an even temperature throughout the year.

The insulating foam also makes them soundproof, which is another major benefit for homeowners with noisy neighbors or pets. Lastly, fiberglass front doors are easy to customize with a wide range of sidelights, transoms, hardware options, caming choices, and textured door glass.


Your front door does more than open your home to family and friends. It also serves as a security barrier and keeps out harmful moisture, heat, cold and intruders. You want your home’s front doors to look good, but still provide functionality.

A wood door provides a warm and welcoming entrance to your home. It can enhance the curb appeal and increase the value of your home. However, it is not as durable and low-maintenance as fiberglass or steel doors. In addition, it requires regular staining to protect it from the Florida sun’s harsh UV rays.

Fiberglass doors have a durable skin that won’t warp, twist or bow like wood or rot. They are also more energy efficient than traditional wood doors and can be customized with sidelights and transoms. They are also available in impact rated versions that can withstand repeated bashing and smashing.

Mahogany is a very durable type of wood that stands up well against humidity and heat. It has tightly bound grains, which make it stronger than other types of wood. Oak is another popular choice for wood doors because it’s strong and affordable. It has a light brown color and contains darker knots that add character to your home’s appearance. Knotty alder is a similar option that has a lighter color and features knots that absorb stains and sealants more evenly.