New Doors

The front door is one of the first impressions your home makes on visitors, so it’s imperative to choose one wisely. Whether you have an old door that needs to be replaced, or are building a brand-new home and want your new front door to look spectacular, Universal Windows Direct has exactly what you need. Contact us today at (513) 755-1800 to schedule a free consultation in your Ohio home. We offer both new construction door installations and door replacements.

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Door Style Options

+ Paint and Stain Options

  • Bright White

    Bright White

  • White


  • Antique White

    Antique White

  • Cream


  • Tan


  • Light Grey

    Light Grey

  • Wicker


  • Brown


  • Cottage Red

    Cottage Red

  • Burgundy Red

    Burgundy Red

  • Wineberry


  • Bordeaux


  • Forest Green

    Forest Green

  • Clay


  • Wedgewood Blue

    Wedgewood Blue

  • Tuxedo Grey

    Tuxedo Grey

  • Classic Blue

    Classic Blue

  • Musket Brown

    Musket Brown

  • Black


  • Natural Oak Stain

    Natural Oak Stain

  • Fruitwood Stain

    Fruitwood Stain

  • Cherry Stain

    Cherry Stain

  • Dark Walnut Stain

    Dark Walnut Stain

  • Colonial Oak Stain

    Colonial Oak Stain

  • Rosewood Stain

    Rosewood Stain

+ Glass Styles

  • Avant


  • Bristol


  • Cadence


  • Compass


  • Expressions


  • Heirlooms


  • Impressions


  • Legacy Master

    Legacy Master

  • Majestic


  • Monterey


  • Nouveau


  • Oak Park

    Oak Park

  • Paris


  • Prairie Bevel

    Prairie Bevel

  • Trace


+ Hardware Options

Patio Doors Only

  • White


  • Tan


Door Hardware Finishes

  • Polished Brass

    Polished Brass

  • Antique Brass

    Antique Brass

  • Satin Nickel

    Satin Nickel

  • Aged Bronze

    Aged Bronze

Hardware Options

  • Keypad and Traditional
    • Handlesets
    • Leversets
    • Deadbolts
    • Locksets
  • Magazine Slots
  • Knockers
  • Peepsites
  • Standard Hinges
  • Spring Loaded Hinges
  • Kickplates

How to Choose a New Exterior Door

Our UniShield line of high-quality exterior doors offers many options for your front door installation. Here are a few factors to consider when you’re choosing your new door:

  • Security and Durability: We offer both steel and fiberglass exterior doors, both of which are incredibly durable. Fiberglass doors require little-to-no maintenance, while steel doors are an excellent security feature, especially when combined with high-quality locks.
  • Energy Efficiency: All of our new doors are constructed for optimal energy conservation, with insulation that helps regulate your home’s interior temperature. You might be surprised by how much simply replacing a door can affect your energy bill.
  • Light: Have a darker entry hall or need extra visibility in your foyer? A decorative glass panel placed into a door helps bring natural light into your home. With 15 different designs, we’re sure to have an option that suits your taste perfectly. Transom windows, located above your new entry door, and sidelights can also add illumination to your space.
  • Color: Having a front door that perfectly completes your home’s exterior adds to its curb appeal. Our 25 available finishes make it simple for you to find the color that’s suited to your vinyl siding.
  • Value: At, we pride ourselves on carrying the best products possible at fair and affordable prices. Every door we install is also covered by an extensive warranty.

Want a Free Quote & Consultation?

Call (513) 755-1800

Patio Doors

Constructed using the same techniques as our energy-saving windows, our patio doors serve as an elegant way to bring the light and beauty of nature indoors. We offer two- and three-panel sliding doors in 16 colors, while our swinging doors are available in 25 different finishes.

Turn your house into the home you’ve always wanted by contacting Universal Windows Direct, one of Cincinnati’s best door contractors, at (513) 755-1800 today. We offer home improvement services to homeowners within 50 miles of Cincinnati, including those in northeastern Kentucky