New Jersey Climate Recommendations
Sandwiched between the Delaware River and the Atlantic Ocean, New Jersey has a moderate climate, with an average high of 70 degrees in July and an average low of 30 degrees in January. Northeastern New Jersey’s close proximity to the ocean helps maintain moisture in the air which means snowy winters, rainy springs, and warm, humid summers.
All of these elements can take a toll on your front door depending on its finish, the location, the direction it faces, and whether or not there’s an overhang. A wood door is more likely to be impacted by the moisture in the air than a fiberglass door.
Keep warm in the winter and cool in the summer by helping to reduce the loss of climate controlled air from your home. Doors with Low-E insulating glass can help keep your home insulated.
Fiberglass Entry Doors
For good insulation and protection from drafts and leaks, choose fiberglass entry doors.
Storm doors help protect fiberglass and steel entry door frames from cold winters, humid summers, and heavy precipitation. Preserve the look of your front door with a storm door to keep your main entrance looking great for years.