Partial front angle shot of modern style full lite black door with metal hardware and a glass insert in a living room with white walls on a rainy day.

Conserve Energy

Enhance energy efficiency with a door system that performs no matter the weather.

What makes a door energy efficient?

Energy efficiency starts at the seal, and the Masonite® Performance Door System 4-Point Performance Seal is superior. It includes a square edge door, self-adjusting sill, adaptive weatherstripping and enhanced corner pads​​ that make it 64% better at keeping air and water out than the leading competitor.

2-dimensional diagram of an open door with four indicators in bold letters pointing out adaptive weatherstripping, square edge door, self-adjusting sill, and enhanced corner pads

Masonite Performance Door System

Masonite Performance Door System (MPDS)

These front and patio doors provide superior weather resistance, energy efficiency and comfort. Plus, they are backed by a 10-year replacement warranty.

Energy efficiency at home

ENERGY STAR®-certified products reduce energy consumption and improve comfort in the home. Many Masonite front and patio doors are ENERGY STAR® certified to meet the highest energy and efficiency standards.

Front view shot of a modern style 3-lite black door with glass inserts and metal hardware on the front porch of a blue shingled house with a brown shingle roof.
Angled shot of a modern style outdoor patio with a wooden trellis ceiling and grey seating leading to a tan full-lite double door with a glass insert and ornate golden handles.

Doors with glass

When it comes to front or patio doors with glass, how that glass is constructed plays a significant role in your home’s energy efficiency. Low-e and low-e argon glass options helps reduce heat gain or loss at different times of the day and in different climates.