The beloved architectural style known as Craftsman has undeniably British roots, yet it’s unmistakably American, from Oregon to Alabama to Illinois. Might that explain its enduring appeal?
A home's doors are used, first and foremost, for privacy and security, but can also be decorative accessories. Not only do they give you a first impression of a room, they can add subtle detail to the design.
ProVia has introduced the Embarq fiberglass entry door, which has been independently tested and provides a 0.10 U-factor.
The new modern door collection from Plastpro Inc. combines contemporary composition with quality construction.
Marvin Windows and Doors has introduced a new contemporary door option for its Ultimate Swinging French Doors.
IWP Aurora Custom Fiberglass doors from Jeld-Wen will meet any design request and withstand the elements.
Therma-Tru has more than 400 simulated divided lite (SDL) configurations that are now available with new grid patterns.
Masonite has a new three-panel equal steel door with high-definition decorative panel profiles for a truly modern look.
For all of its fiberglass doors, Jeld-Wen now incorporates Neopor, an exclusive technology from BASF that has advantages over the industry-standard urethane core.
Therma-Tru has expanded this growing product line with on-trend door styles to satisfy today’s homeowners.
Highlighting a traditional elevation, Kolbe’s all-wood Heritage Series exterior door provides a classic and welcoming entrance flanked with sidelights.
Western Window Systems is adding this popular door style to its Volume Program in 2014, making it widely available for large home builders.