4 Types of Entry Doors for Fort Lauderdale FL

The front door is the main point of entry to your home. It sets the tone of your exterior design and adds curb appeal to your property.

Impact contemporary doors offer a heavy-duty, reliable, and protective product that will safeguard your home against hurricanes, intruders, and harsh weather conditions. SIW offers a wide selection of standard and customizable options to choose from.


Fiberglass is a composite material that looks like wood but resists rust and denting. It also can withstand harsh weather conditions. It’s a great option for those who want a more durable door that will stand up to Florida’s extreme heat and humidity without warping or cracking.

It’s a material made of glass fibers that are embedded in a resin matrix. It is also known by the names chopped strand mat, glass wool and fibrous glass. It’s used for insulation and as a reinforcing agent in some plastics.

Plastpro offers fiberglass hurricane impact doors that have been engineered, tested and approved to meet HVHZ (High Velocity Hurricane Zone) standards. These doors are constructed with our exclusive HydroShield technology which encases the entire door on all six sides. This protects the door from warping, delamination, corrosion, rotting and mildew. The result is an affordable door that can withstand the rigors of Florida’s coastal areas. These doors also have superior security features to protect your home against intruders and burglary attempts.


Iron entry doors add a bold, elegant look to any home. They are available in a variety of styles, colors, and patterns to complement your unique style. They are also a secure option for your family’s safety and security, providing a formidable barrier against intruders.

Iron doors are durable and strong, making them a great choice for your luxury Fort Lauderdale home. They are also resistant to rust and corrosion, and they require minimal maintenance. They are also more energy efficient than wood doors, helping you save on your energy bills.

As a tropical paradise, Broward County homeowners face unique challenges when it comes to protecting their homes from hurricanes and tropical storms. While improving your home’s aesthetic appeal is important, so is ensuring that it can withstand high winds and flying debris. That’s why impact doors are a must. These doors are crafted from tough materials and designed to meet Florida’s strict hurricane-resistant requirements.

Milano Steel

For luxury home builders and homeowners who prefer the ultra-clean lines of European modern doors, Milano steel doors provide a beautiful solution. These doors are constructed from heavy, 20 gauge steel and feature zero wood framing around the slab. This is a far cry from the 26 or 28 gauge steel entry doors sold by the big box stores that have wood framing and filled with el cheapo polystyrene foam (think $2.99 cooler from the gas station).

These doors are available in single or double door configurations as well as transom sidelites. They are tested and certified for Impact ratings and work beautifully in a variety of applications.

Construction professionals and business owners throughout Fort Lauderdale FL rely on USA Fire Door for competitive pricing on commercial steel doors, hollow metal door frames and commercial hardware. We also offer a wide selection of fire-rated glass, vision lites and push bar exit devices to meet all building safety and security standards.

Urban Series

Our Urban Series doors offer the best in beauty and strength, designed to complement a wide variety of architectural styles. They feature narrow frames and large glass for a modern look and are tested to meet Florida’s hurricane-impact (HVHZ) market standards. The Urban Series is perfect for interior single or double door installations and transom sidelites. Available in various glass styles and sizes, the option to add vertical or horizontal grills allows your client to customize their door unit for protection and security. Available in standard and custom mounting.

*All Windoor products are installed by a licensed and insured professional contractor.