Interior door replacement in your home is a big deal. It adds to your home’s style, security, value, and even comfort. If your new interior door is not plumb it may not open or close properly.

Allow our experienced and friendly home improvement experts to walk you through door design options, brands, materials, locking systems, warranties, and every other detail you’ll need to know when selecting a door for your home.

The Best Door Brands

FRED represents only the top name brand door manufacturers all under one roof. No need to go from manufacturer to manufacturer. At FRED, we bring them all to you, while offering advice based on years of experience as to which option is the best one for you, your home and your budget.

Door Materials


Wood patio doors and entry doors are valued for their stunning natural beauty. Wood is also a 100% renewable resource so it’s kind to the environment. Wood doors are an outstanding choice for lowering energy costs. Wood is a natural insulator, so it helps keeps your home more comfortable no matter the weather. Wood doors offer the most design features, authentic quality, energy efficiency and enduring style. Wood creates a more inviting and attractive indoor environment, and in replacement projects, they can match the look of your home’s original doors and woodwork better than fiberglass, steel or vinyl.

You can’t beat wood for design flexibility. Wood doors can be painted or stained to match your décor. Patio doors made from Mahogany, Alder, Douglas Fir or Pine, along with entry doors made of Demesne Cherry, American White Oak, Mahogany or Rustic Walnut allow you to blend your home’s woodwork, flooring and cabinets for a quality, seamless look.

What To Look For When Choosing A Door

There is a lot to consider when choosing a door.  The possibilities are virtually endless. But there are certainly some key factors that need to be taken into account when choosing a door for your home.

  • Durability – Look for a door that will last and stand up to the elements.
  • Aesthetics – Look for a door that will complement the style of your home both inside and out.
  • Energy-efficiency – Look for a door that will keep your home comfortable while reducing energy costs.
  • Hardware options – Look for styles that help showcase your personality.
  • Materials – Look for materials that work with your lifestyle.
  • Quality – Look for a door that you will be proud of for many years to come.

You don’t have to settle when it comes to your new door. There are so many options available today that you truly can have it all. Working with an expert door consultant will help simplify the process and narrow down your best options.