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Buffalo Front Doors

Pella Front Doors offer Style and Customizations

Your home’s front door does more than provide safety from the elements, it can serve as an extension of your home’s style and history. And Western New York is rich with cultural and architectural history—from the influence of Frederick Law Olmsted in neighborhoods like Parkside and Maplewood to the historic Susan B. Anthony house in Rochester and the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Martin House in Buffalo. The history of this area brings with it homes in a range of styles, including many Queen Anne, Craftsman, and Italianate styles. Create a welcoming first impression to guests and passersby with a Pella entry door.

Commonly known as: exterior front doors, entry door, entrance door

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Custom Front Doors

Create a custom front door that suits the style of you and your home. Pella front doors are built-to-order in standard and custom sizes, so you can be sure to find the size and style you’re looking for. Whether you want a traditional or contemporary front door or a colorful fiberglass front door in blue, red, or black, with so many size, style, and finish options, the combinations are nearly limitless.

Wood-look Front Doors

Fiberglass door in Pella’s wood-look finishes are a great fit for traditional homes and remain a popular choice for many homeowners across the board. The traditional look is great for Craftsman style homes like those seen on homes in Buffalo’s Elmwood neighborhood.

Screen Doors*

Storm doors are popular in areas like Western New York that experience all four seasons. In addition to protecting your front door from precipitation and extremes in temperature, storm doors help homeowners enjoy the weather in milder seasons. Often featuring glass or screen panels that are interchangeable or retractable, a storm door allows sunshine and gentle breezes into your home while keeping pesky bugs out.

Entry Doors with Glass

Unique window shapes or artful stained glass are a good indicator you’re looking at a Victorian front door, like many of the homes in Rochester’s Corn Hill neighborhood. Whether you’re looking to maintain the architectural integrity of your home or you simply want to let in more light to the entry hall, entry doors with glass are a great option.

*Warning: Use caution when children or pets are around open windows and doors. Screens are not designed to retain children or pets.

Western New York Climate Recommendations

Winter Weather

Frequent storms during the winter bring bitter cold and frozen precipitation. Help protect your door from the elements with a storm door from Pella.

Fiberglass Entry Doors

For good insulation. Keep climate controlled air indoors and stay comfortable year-round.

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