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


paint title

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


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.

hardware color title


satin nickel
Satin Nickel




aged bronze
Aged Bronze