Exterior Doors: Classic-Craft mahogany door

Reviewed by:
Scott Gibson, Contributing Editor
The look is mahogany, but the material used for this entry door is fiberglass, which won't crack, warp or rot, according to the manufacturer. A polyurethane foam core makes the door five times more energy efficient than wood, according to Therma-Tru.

The door has a compression-molded face and solid wood square edges. A laminated wood lock stile runs the entire length of the door for more weight and hardware support. Height-adjustable sills are built with a rot-resistant composite substrate. A multi-point locking system is available as an optional upgrade.

The door is available with complementary lites and three glass designs. Lockset hardware comes in brass, brushed nickel and oil-rubbed bronze. In November 2004, a 3'x 6'8" entry door with a plain glass lite cost about $990.

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