Vinyl

Vinyl doors are relatively inexpensive, low maintenance and durable. With our high quality vinyl doors you get great design and energy efficiency all in one. They can’t and don’t need to be painted. Higher end vinyl doors come with quality spacers preventing any seal problems as a result of high thermal expansion rate. Higher end vinyl windows are less susceptible to discoloring, chalking and fading. Vinyl windows are made primarily from polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a product that offers many advantages.

Advantages

  • Worry free construction that won’t corrode and will never need to be painted
  • Custom sizes built to your exact specifications
  • Optional Comfort Package upgrades to increase efficiency and durability
  • For both new construction and replacement windows
  • Noise control
  • Endless combinations of styles and colors

Aluminum

Aluminum doors are available with a number of anodized or baked-on finishes. Aluminum is a good thermal conductor, so in cold weather heat drains out through the frame, as moisture condenses on interior surfaces. Aluminum doors have strength and lasting value.

Advantages

  • Strength and value
  • Design flexibility – build any configuration you can dream of
  • Energy efficient
  • Wide variety of styles, colors and glass options

Wood

Wood Doors are unaffected by temperature extremes, and are less prone to condensation, but they require considerable maintenance in the form of periodic painting. They are attractive and provide good insulation. They can be refinished, repaired and repainted. They requires ongoing upkeep and finishing.

Advantages

  • Many styles including French swinging, patio, multi-sliding and more
  • Built to your size and specifications
  • Decorative glass options
  • Multi-point locking systems and operable sidelites
  • Coordinated door hardware to match your windows

Fiberglass

Fiberglass doors offer great benefits, with the look of painted wood without the maintenance. The baked-on paint finish of a fiberglass door will not peel or corrode. The strength of fiberglass protects your investment from the harsher side of Mother Nature. Fiberglass won’t swell like wood and it expands and contracts at the same minimal rate as glass. It won’t crack, peel, warp, split, pit or corrode.

Choose your door in any style you can imagine: entry, patio, swinging, multi-slide – with panels, transoms or sidelites. A wide variety of hardware and endless grid options are also available.


Composite

Composite doors are a newer addition to the door industry, and combine a variety of materials to produce a well-designed and superior quality door. Made from PVC, wood, insulating foam and GRP (glass reinforced plastic), this combination of materials make a very strong and secure door. With high resistance to weathering, composite doors also offer great energy efficiency. Composite doors typically are designed to resemble a wood door, but won’t fade or discolor with age.


Steel

Steel doors are a less expensive option that provides great strength, insulation from the elements, and security. Steel doors are most commonly used on exterior-facing entrances to commercial structures that need to withstand heavy traffic and exterior elements. However, they can also be installed in a residence.

Advantages

  • Low maintenance
  • No cracking or bowing
  • Energy efficient
  • Secure