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This multifunctional door has impact glass, multi-point locking hardware, and a stepped wood sill to shed water.
The Brisa “screen door” is actually a retractable screen housed in an aluminum frame. The frame attaches to a brickmold door casing in 30 minutes.
The laminated veneer lumber cores in GlassCraft’s plank-style doors should make them resistant to cracking and warping.
J-shaped guides replace the usual recessed floor track
These doors offer a primed hardboard finish and are available with a renewable wheat straw core or with a 20-minute fire rating.
When space is at a premium, barn-style doors offer a space-saving solution. These doors are available in several wood species as well as salvaged wood. The kit consists of the door and track and roller hardware.
Unlike traditional strap-style hinges, the flanges of the GForce Hinge grab the top and bottom of the gate's 2-by rail, using the gate's weight to compress the wood grain and limit sagging.
These Signet foam-filled fiberglass entry doors are available in custom widths and in heights up to 8 feet. Doors are individually hand-stained and can be customized with different styles, colors, and finishes.
Marvin's shading system can be fitted to a range of the company's windows, is invisible when retracted, and fully integrates into the frame. Plus, the motor can be controlled via an iPad or iPod app.
These side lites meet coastal code requirements and are able to withstand winds up to 195 mph.
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