Kansas Wood Entry Doors

Wood Entry Doors Adds Traditional Elegance to Kansas Homes

Wood is a classic choice for an entry door. Wood entry doors can complement almost any home style and provide beauty and durability to your entryway. The most common wood types used for entry doors are mahogany and rustic walnut. Mahogany is an exotic hardwood with elegant coloring. Rustic walnut is a solid, highly desirable wood species with a unique grain pattern. Both the interior and exterior of the wood could be painted to a solid color to match decor or factory-finished with one of nine stain options to bring forward the beauty of the wood grain.

Commonly known as: solid core door, solid core wood door, wood panel door, wooden door,

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Popular Local Trends & Styles


  • Farmhouse wood doors Farmhouse Wood Doors

    Traditional farmhouse doors sat atop a sweeping front porch. The style is simple and uncluttered — usually involving partial or full-light doors that allow light into a home with either a natural wood finish or muted color interior and exterior. Modern farmhouses are integrating more glass, allowing more light, keeping light flowing into the home, and giving the illusion of open space. Modern farmhouse doors are often seen in a rustic wood finish or dark black color providing a stark contrast to the light and bright color palettes commonly used in the modern farmhouse style. Grilles are commonly seen in both traditional and modern farmhouse doors.

  • Rustic Walnut wood double front entry doors Rustic Wood Doors

    Natural distressing gives Pella’s rustic walnut wood doors their characteristic charm and makes each door distinctive. Choosing real wood gives a rustic door authenticity and aesthetic appeal. You don’t need a woodsy cabin to enjoy a rustic wood door. Distressed wood complements a variety of styles from rustic to industrial to farmhouse.

  • Dark mahogany, Craftsman wood entry door on a new home Dark Wood Doors

    Dark wood doors add an air of elegance to an entranceway. From classic to Craftsman, mahogany wood doors and rustic walnut offer distinctive coloring and grain patterns. To achieve a dark look, choose one of the darker stain options like bordeaux, graphite, or charcoal. Bordeaux is a rich brown that allows the wood grain to shine through, whereas both graphite and charcoal give the wood a darker tone, the former trending towards more of a black and the latter giving a softer gray hue.

  • Custom wood entry door with glass and grilles Custom Wood Doors

    As a material, wood offers virtually unlimited interior and exterior color options as well as multiple panel options and styling. Wood doors are available in a natural wood finish or custom finishes including black, white, or stained. They are also available in a number of styles including traditional, craftsman, classic, and old-world European. Customize your door with a choice of finish, clear beveled glass and true-divided-light grilles, hardware finish options, as well as optional personalizations like hinge straps, clavos, and speakeasy door grilles.

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There’s more to Kansas than just farmland. Pella’s wood entry doors perform beautifully with a multipoint lock system that secures the door at the top, middle, and bottom with the twist of the thumb turn. With Insynctive® integrated security sensors, you can feel more secure without the need for additional bulky hardware.

*Not all customizations are available in all Pella product lines.

Kansas Climate Recommendations


True Kansans are prepared for every kind of weather — from scorching summer heat and possible tornado warnings to below zero winter temps. Your local climate is one of the factors to think about before choosing a wood door, and in Kansas, the weather can change quickly. To prepare your home for the drastic changes in temperature, you should know:

Low-E Protection

Low-E Protection

Keep warm in the winter by helping to reduce the heat loss from your home. Low-E insulating glass on doors, transoms, and sidelights can help keep your home more comfortable and your energy costs down.

Weather Protection

Weather Protection

The elements can cause wear and decreased door performance. The direction your door faces (South and West exposures tend to expose a door to more sun) and whether or not your entry door is located under a covered entrance, overhang, or porch roof can affect performance. Protect the look of your front door with a storm door to keep your main entrance looking great for years.

Energy Efficiency

Energy Efficiency

For better efficiency and lower heating and cooling costs in the Kansas climate, choose glass with SHGC and U-values of 0.3 or lower on your wood entry doors. The northernmost reaches of the state would benefit from a higher SHGC due to the colder temps.

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Customized with you in mind

Pella windows and doors are made specifically for your home because one size doesn't fit all. With access to many materials, colors, and options, including exclusive snap-in options for shades, blinds, and grilles, along with smart home products, and proprietary finishing process that helps provide a quality finish.

Built to last

Pella products are backed by some of the strongest window, door and installation warranties in the business. When installed by a Pella Branch, your project is backed by our Pella Care Guarantee – our package of product warranties and installation warranty and service agreement that cover your products and their installation – including labor – for up to 10 years. See written limited warranty for details, including exceptions and limitations, or contact Pella Customer Service at 877-473-5527.

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An in-home consultation can help you explore all options and get a professional opinion on what will work best for you. During the consultation, local window professionals can come to your home to assess your window replacement needs and understand your priorities and budget.

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