Fun with designing a door

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Architectural Traditions — designers and manufacturers of crafted doors, windows and hardware — created a program on its website where builders and consumers alike can design doors specific to the house being built. Visitors to the site first select an interior or exterior door. The process then guides visitors through a series of options, allowing them to choose the door type, door...

April 01, 2005

Architectural Traditions — designers and manufacturers of crafted doors, windows and hardware — created a program on its website where builders and consumers alike can design doors specific to the house being built.

Visitors to the site first select an interior or exterior door. The process then guides visitors through a series of options, allowing them to choose the door type, door style, door top shape, sticking panel, glass type, wood species, wood finish and the texture.

After visitors have made their selections, they have the option to print and save the information that has been selected. After entering a local zip code, the site provides visitors with the nearest Architectural Traditions dealer.

The Design-A-Door program can be used by visiting Architectural Traditions' website at www.architecturaltraditions.com

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