St. Louis Climate Recommendations
Despite its location in the Midwest, St. Louis is considered a subtropical climate. Summers are as hot and humid as in Texas. But winters are often as cold and chilly as in the Northeast. That fluctuation in temperature and weather can do a number on your front doors unless you take additional precautions.
Fiberglass and steel are low-maintenance materials that can help stand up to the ever-changing St. Louis weather. These materials have long-lasting finishes to help resist wear from the sun as well as the elements.
Storm doors3 provide an additional layer of protection from the mix of precipitation St. Louis experiences, preserving the look of your front door for years to come.
Get year-round protection with Low-E insulating glass on entry doors with windows or sidelights. Low-E glass helps keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the hot, humid summer.
3Storm doors are not offered with wood entry doors. Adding a storm door to a wood entry door would void the warranty.