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solid wood mahagony doors??

Posted by ekoreilly (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 15, 07 at 8:57

I was wondering, are solid wood mahagony doors any good or better off with those composite fake wood like doors?
Here is a few samples of what I see on Ebay.

Here is a link that might be useful: Ebay door


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RE: solid wood mahagony doors??

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Just my opinion mind you but fiberglass doors are the way to go. Much more efficient with both hot and cold weather. I went with a therma-tru front door with sidelites. Quality, quality, quality. You can stain the fiberglass door and it looks better then the real wood trim.

Just my two cents, rredogg


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RE: solid wood mahagony doors??

Thanks for your personal input. I just like the thought of solid wood doors, but you are right, in my climate the fiberglass might be the way to go. I did see a catalog of Therm-a-tru doors and wondered how there were and $$ I also grabbed a Marvin catalog, but I think they are best to deal in windows and not doors.


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RE: solid wood mahagony doors??

That's a beautiful door. What do you think the best sealant would be? Minwax Helmsman? I was thinking of replacing my steel front door with something similar. The front door is protected by a porch, so it's not completely out in the elements.


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