Centennial’s premium, high-density fibreglass doors are strong, versatile, and require minimal maintenance. Fibreglass offers the same structural strength as steel, but it is more resilient and cannot rust, dent, or rot. You don’t need to compromise aesthetic for practicality — they offer beauty and style as well as energy efficiency and strength all in one product. These entry doors most closely resemble the defined texture, look, and feel of authentic wood. With your choice of beautiful stains like golden oak, mahogany, cherry, and espresso as well as a composite frame, this style offers the same warmth as wood, but is much more durable and secure. Unlike wood and steel doors, they don’t rot or rust and the coating colour will not bubble or peel. As with all Centennial products, our fibreglass entry systems are completely customizable to get the exact look you want, whether that is a rustic wood style door or a modern door with decorative glass.
Solid forged brass Centennial hardware is heavier and stronger than aluminum or plated steel hardware.
Choose from over 100 style and colour combinations!
The jamb is the main support for an entry system.
Ensure the opening is level, square, and plumb.
Available in 29 standard interior and exterior colours.
Choose a colour to blend in with your existing finishes or create a bold statement!
Centennial slabs are filled with a polyurethane foam that creates the core.
Improve the energy efficiency of your home.
Centennial’s low root pan head screws are customized for installation.
Maintain the efficiency of your entry system.
Our heavy duty, ball bearing hinges are made of solid brass.
They will operate the same as they did the day they were installed!
Energy Star's 2019 manufacturer of the year!
Steel entrance doors are extremely durable, with galvanized steel that provides added rust resistance.
Dramatically change the look of your home with elegant yet durable garden doors.
Our sliding patio doors are made from high-quality vinyl, which helps control your home’s temperature without compromising natural light.
This beautiful double door system lets in lots of natural light while remaining energy efficient and low maintenance.
From start to finish Christopher Cameron and the staff at Centennial Windows and Doors looked after every aspect related to my purchase of new entryway doors. Christopher’s knowledge, commitment to customer service and personal consideration made the entire process a pleasure. He truly listens to his clients. Head office staff provided all the ongoing information about installation dates and procedures. The installers were phenomenal. Thank you for a job well done Christopher, it was a great experience in every way!Hal Medonte, ON
Fibreglass offers the beauty of natural wood without the need for regular maintenance and upkeep. They’re a great choice for entry systems on the front of your home, particularly if you’re looking to improve your home’s curb appeal — their natural wood look is a beautiful way to add a note of traditional charm to your entryway. Additionally, they’re very energy efficient and durable, so they can withstand the wear and tear of frequent use.
At Centennial, both steel and fibreglass entry systems are constructed from premium quality materials that have been designed and tested to withstand the demands of the Canadian climate. Both are beautiful in their own way; steel offers a smooth finish with clean lines while fibreglass provides a natural woodgrain look with an element of traditional charm. Both are very energy efficient; however, fibreglass cannot conduct heat like steel and is also more resistant to scratches and dents.
Yes. At Centennial, fibreglass slabs can be coated in one of 29 standard colours or hand stained in one of four woodgrain stains. Choose the same colour on both the interior and exterior of the door or different colours on each side. Whatever you choose, all colours and stains are applied by our expertly trained coating technicians before your product leaves our factory.
If enough force is applied, fibreglass doors will dent; however, they are more resistant to dents than steel. Overall, they will resist both dents and scratches better than steel and when they are damaged, they are easier to repair and leave fewer visible marks from the original damage.