For residential homes we recommend solid 2" thick hard wood doors. The reason you should have a 2" thick door is because it is less prone to being craw barred opened. A thick hardwood door also withstands weathering better than a thin soft wood door. The best is oak, because it is still affordable and it looks very nice. The most standard is from either home depot which is usually made from cider or pine. I personally have installed oak doors and let me tell you they are very hard, trying to put a deadbolt on it took me nearly half an hour to cut a hole into it. We here at abba's locksmith we provide all choice of hardwood and other doors, including iron, wood, steel, and aluminum.
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