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ProBuilder Product Report: Exterior Doors
Open up to these new exterior doors from Peachtree, Kolbe and more.
Peachtree’s new Oak and Smooth Collection doors are available in 6’8” and 8-foot heights in panel styles ranging from flush to nine panels and half lite to full lite, and with intricate scroll top and arch top designs. You can choose from multiple opening configurations, too. For additional design detail and sunlight, custom-shaped direct-set windows and transoms can be specified. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/20668-251
The latest improvements to hit Kolbe’s Garden Aire patio doors include a new interlock with an exterior meeting stile cover on the Classic and Ultra Series. The added wood meeting stile filler runs the entire length of the active panel edge from top to bottom and conceals the interlocks on the interior side. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/20668-252
Juniper is an invasive, water-loving tree species that has been chopped at with wild abandon in the Southwest to keep the dangerous trees out of local ecosystems. Jeld-Wen has a way to use this hardy wood in its Juniper doors. According to the company, the wood is highly textured; shrinks and swells less than other species; and has a great rustic look. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/20668-253
The Zone-3-rated (IZ3) Marvin Entry Doors are made for tough weather conditions and coastal areas. Part of the company’s StormPlus line, the doors come standard with a concealed multi-point lock. They are offered in several configurations: single door; double door; single door with two sidelites; and single door with one sidelite. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/20668-254