Columbus Trend of the Month: February

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Our sales team is really plugged in to local trends as we see different types of homes all over the Columbus area every single day. When it comes to modernizing and updating your home, our team is the perfect place to turn to because we do this everyday. We’re curating the trends we see in Columbus every month.

This past month in February one major trend we noticed was a special interest in wood-grain fiberglass doors. Specifically, modernizing and upgrading dated doors to beautiful wood-grain fiberglass doors. The benefits of a fiberglass door are tremendous, you can achieve almost any look you want, have a plethora of design options, and you’re getting a door that’s well known for its durability and easy maintenance.

The durability and low maintenance of the door coupled with the wood grain feature and make the door look like real wood is a huge draw for homeowners. Especially for homeowners wanting the look of real wood but their busy lives simply can’t take on the time and dedication it takes to properly maintain a real wood door. It’s a great option for homeowners looking for the best of both worlds.

Our homeowners in Columbus have become quite taken with the wood-grain fiberglass doors. The two entry doors above updated and modernized the entryways for both Columbus homes. While both projects may seem similar, we implemented unique design details to each to ensure they fit their respective homes perfectly.

If you want to catch up to the fiberglass entry door trend in Columbus visit your local Columbus showroom to check out all of our options for wood grain fiberglass doors. The plethora of options will astound you!

Becca Cornell

About The Author

Becca joined the Gunton and Pella Digital Marketing team nearly a year ago and she likes to think it’s been a whirlwind of a digital adventure ever since. When she’s not creating content for Gunton and Pella’s website or social media pages she’s actively trying to convince her office that everyday should be “bring your dog to work day”. She’s a  graduate of Lake Erie College with an English and Communications Bachelor’s degree and resides in Painesville Ohio, with her boyfriend and their dog, Mason.

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