The Home Depot, Lowes and WeatherKingDoors.com all offer steel replacement doors, as of 2015. The Home Depot offers steel doors from an array of manufacturers, including JELD-WEN, Stanley, Aston, Masonite and Prime-Line, among others. In addition, The Home Depot offers professional door installation for all of the doors it sells.
Steel replacement door options from The Home Depot include a six-panel primed steel front door slab, which retails for $96, and a fireproof steel pre-hung commercial entrance door, which sells for $432, as of 2015. The store also sells tools and hardware for doors, including hinge reinforcements, door bottom replacements and steel door guard plates.
Lowe’s sells two brands of steel doors, ProSteel and ReliaBilt, and both left-hand and right-hand inswings are available. Its ProSteel pre-hung primed steel entry door sells for $136, while its ReliaBilt glass half-lite steel door sells for $230.
WeatherKingDoors.com sells 144 different variations of its steel replacement entry doors. It also sells steel entry doors for new constructions that come with prime wood frames. Weather King Doors crafts its replacement doors from 18-gauge steel. In addition, the store sells fire doors in both flush or six-panel options with 90-minute fire ratings in an array of jamb sizes and styles.