The simplicity of Vermilion reminds you of one-piece swing up doors of the past. Windows are added to break up the strong vertical orientation of the design, creating the perfect complement to modern, traditional or rustic architecture.
The classic split-look of Columbia is reminiscent of swing out doors from turn-of-the-century carriage houses, country homes and cottages. Cross bucks and windows add variety to the design, while accenting with optional wrought iron handles and hinges complete the look.
The three-segment Potomac may look like it accordions to the side, but horizontal section breaks allow the door to open upward. Half bucks add character to the design, while the arch top satisfies architectural styles that dictate a curved top appearance.
Savannah imitates the classic beauty and strength of bi-fold carriage doors with its four-segment facade. Windows offer great variety to the design, often balancing a home's architectural period and style.
Our showroom is open 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Saturdays.