Marvin Doors offers choices
Marvin doors are made to order. Headquartered in Warroad, Minn, Marvin operates its 570,000 square-foot door manufacturing plant in Ripley, Tenn. The company was founded in 1912 by George G. Marvin as the Marvin Lumber & Cedar Company. In 1982, Marvin created its "Made to Order" program for Marvin doors, especially for the Terrace Door line. It was the first door company to offer Low-E glass on its entire product line.
Marvin doors are sold by local distributors and dealers. Consumers choose from standard doors, then select from seven interior wood options, 19 clad colors, multiple hardware and glass options, after which the door is created especially for them. Marvin doors meet or exceed ENERGYSTAR guidelines and then are modified to fit the homeowner's specific climate needs.
Types of Marvin doors for Your Home
some of the most popular offerings from Marvin doors include:
- Sliding Patio Door
- Ultimate Sliding French Door
- Ultimate Swinging French Door
- Ultimate Arch Top French Door
- 2 1/4" French Door
- Commercial Door
The Ultimate Sliding French Door comes in a range of options, along with standard extra-wide stiles and tall bottom rails. Options include locking systems and screen door choices. The Ultimate Swinging French Door can be fitted to swing outside or inside. These doors carry a DP40 rating for durability and performance.
For homes with higher ceilings, the 2 1/4" French Door comes in 8-inch or 10-inch heights, along with design options for half circles, eyebrows, traditional or arch tops. StormPlus options increase impact-resistance for those who live in hurricane zones. The Sliding Patio Door has 3-inch stiles and rails for homes with limited space. There are options available in locks and security, as well as for screen doors.
Prices vary by model, material, glazing, and other options. In Washington State, exterior doors begin around $1,400 and run up to $5,000.