The year 2016 was an eventful one for home building.
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.
Marvin’s factory stain and clean interior finishes involve a multi-step process that takes place before the door is assembled, saving homeowners time, trouble, and the mess of staining and finishing on-site.
The Lemieux Torrefied Collection by Masonite is the first of its kind in the wood door industry to undergo a protective torrefaction process, an all-natural green procedure in which wood is heated over time to eliminate its tendency to rot.
2600 Series wood/aluminum-clad multi-slide doors from Western Window Systems are available with thermally broken frames, cutting-edge low-E glass, and can be built to virtually any size.
Simpson Door has expanded its Nantucket Collection exterior wood doors to include Douglas Fir and Sapele Mahogany, adding to the existing Black Locust and Nootka Cypress options.
This retractable screen can be installed on Pella 350 Series premium vinyl sliding patio doors.
Accented with clean lines and crisp angles, Pulse entry doors from Therma-Tru cater to homeowners seeking to celebrate their own special sense of style.
Jeld-Wen’s new W-4500 Wood Folding Patio Door is a wall system that allows homeowners to make the most of the space they have.
Therma-Tru, a leading manufacturer and brand of entry doors, has expanded its product line by offering new sizes and styles for some of its decorative glass doorlites and sidelites.
ODL’s On Hand In-Door Storage and Communication System is a customizable activity panel offering convenient and versatile storage on one side and decoration and communication opportunities on the other.
ODL has expanded its lines of decorative doorglass to offer builders and homeowners even more ways to enhance a home’s curb appeal.