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.
Overhead Door’s Model 980 Impression Collection Door provides the aesthetic of wood garage doors with the durability and energy efficiency of a fiberglass surface.
Our annual report of the top window and door products of the year.
There are a number of reasons builders might make the decision to switch building products, materials, or systems. A different product may offer first-cost or labor savings over your current product. Or perhaps it will make your homes more energy efficient or green, and thus more marketable to potential buyers. Regardless of the reason, switching products does pose risks and challenges for builders.
Designed to complement the growing popularity of higher ceilings and grand entryways, Therma-Tru’s Fiber-Classic Mahogany Collection is available in an 8-foot height, along with the traditional 6 foot 8 inches.
The editors of Professional Builder and Professional Remodeler magazines are in search of the latest “breakthrough” products for the residential construction industry for our annual 101 Best New Products report.
ODL has introduced a new sliding patio door with blinds between the glass that offers homeowners control of light and privacy.
Pella Windows & Doors’ Pella 350 Series vinyl sliding patio door is designed to provide homeowners with an attractive focal point for their home that not only improves the view, but also helps reduce their energy bills.
Window and door products for home building and remodeling from Overhead Door, Clopay, Marvin and Weather Shield are featured.
Stacked or pocket? Either configuration is fine with Marvin's Ultimate Lift and Slide
VSW65 Single Track Slider wood frame, individual panel sliding door system