All 20 gauge HMI steel entry doors are galvanized to A40 and chem treated to prevent rusting. HMI steel and fiberglass doors are first primed with a durable undercoat that is oven-cured for lasting resiliency.

Paint – A final paint finish is applied to the doors and oven-cured a second time forming an enduring lustrous look.

Stain – Hand applied to give a wood grain appearance, it is then top coated with a 2-part clear urethane protective coat with a UV inhibitor. It is then oven-cured a second time forming an enduring lustrous look.

Powdercoat – Aluminum and security storm doors are chem washed then oven dried. The powdercoating is electrostatically applied and double baked to create a durable resilient finish. Powdercoats have a glossier sheen than do paints.

light oak


traditional walnut

dark mahogany




charcoal grey

Driftwood Stain

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Almond P

Ash Gray


Boysenberry P

Bronze* P

Brownstone P

Caribbean Blue P

Cocoa P

Colonial Blue P

Coral P

Crimson P

Dark Mahogany Paint P

Festive Red P

forrest green
Forrest Green* P

Fruitwood Paint P

Golden Tan

Haddonfield Red


Honey Mustard P

Ivy Green P


Mellow Cream

Midnight Blue* P

Misty Pine

Mocha P


Pewter Gray P

Purple P

Sky Blue

Soft Shadow


Vanilla Cream P

White P

Yellow P

Coffee*/Chocolate Brown* P

Black* P (For textured steel doors and fiberglass only.)

* Due to possible heat buildup, the warranty does not apply to doors or raised plastic trim painted in these colors when installed behind storm doors.

P – Matching powder coat finish for aluminum and security storm doors

Note: These sample colors do not accurately reflect actual painted/stained or powdercoated surface colors due to limitations in the printing process. Please see your sales representative for HMI color chips.

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satin nickel
Satin Nickel


aged bronze
Aged Bronze