The Beauty of Fiberglass Doors

Fibertec`s high impact fiberglass entry doors offer an environmentally sound and high energy-efficient product for the future. Yet the doors have retained the traditional graceful warm beauty of wood doors with the durability, strength, and security of premium steel doors. With our state of the art technology and extensive testing, the doors will not bow, warp, crack, scratch, splinter, dent or rust as with wood doors. Fibertec's fiberglass doors have a multipoint locking system to ensure the safety of your home while still keeping energy efficiency in mind. Various decorative glass designs are available to implement into your fiberglass door and door sidelites.

Other Styles: 200 Entrance Doors: Standard Insulated Steel Doors

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SPECIFICATIONS(Click detail button on the side to open each menu)

Flush Embeaded Door Panel

Multi-point Locking

Offers Oak Finish With the Advantages of Fiberglass

Uses built in flush glazing bead, and can accept any standard size door lite glass. This optional slab style eliminates the traditional bulky door lite glass frame.

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6 1/2” Pultruded fiberglass frame filled with wood reinforcement, injection moulded reinforced mechanical welded corners with polyurethane foam fill and sealed with silicone sealant. An optional 4 1/2” pultruded fiberglass door frame is available for single doors only. Door slabs are reinforced fiberglass skin, available in woodgrain (beige) flush or embossed pattern. Door slab stile rails use weather resistant composite material.

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Nominal slab sizes are 30” (certain styles only), 32”, 34”, and 36” wide by 80” height and 96” height. Fibertec manufactures to sizes specified + / – 1/8” (3.17 mm) industry tolerance.

Fibertec uses a multi-point licking mechanism for all of our fiberglass entry doors. The locking system allows for the latchbolts to throw 20 mm and are secured to prevent them from being forced back. The deadbolts are engaged by turning the key/knob, the top and bottom latchbolts act as well and as a result it becomes a 3 deadbolts locking system.

Advatntages of Multi-point Locking

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  1. No lifting of handle is needed to engage locking points
  2. Provides great amount of security against forced entry
  3. Prevents air infiltration from gasket
  4. Protects door panel from warping

All fiberglass doors have been independently tested and rated by AAMA, and NFRC (see energy ratings).

The inswing door system that has a thermally broken aluminum sill that is strategically placed for the drainage of water. The outswing door system uses a combination of aluminum and oak sill with q-lon weather stripping to ensure a positive seal to the slab.

Optional Multipoint lock system by Ferco, is available in polished brass, antique brass, polished chrome, brushed chrome, and oil rub. This provides added security compared to traditional lock systems. It is highly recommended to use the Multipoint lock system on all 8’ height doors. Please see our hardware section for different handle styles for our fiberglass entry doors.
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Fibertec uses a Pultruded fiberglass frame with a standard White finish using Sequoia TM series V advanced acrylic polyurethane (water borne) baked onto the finish. The finish is rated environmentally friendly due to its low VOC (Volatile organic compound). Fiberglass door slabs come standard unfinished, but is ready to prime and paint or stain (wood grain). Custom colours are available.

Occasional cleaning of glass and frame components with a non-abrasive detergent is recommended.

Shall be performed by experienced installers in accordance with manufacturer instructions and CSA A440.4 standards. Window shall be plumb and square after installation is complete and sealed to both interior and exterior wall with high quality sealant around the perimeter of the frame. If perimeter cavity is to be foamed, additional anchorage may be required to prevent bowing. It shall be the responsibility of the installers to make all necessary final adjustments to ensure normal and smooth operation.