Nothing Common About Custom Doors
America's colonial seaboard architecture featured rows of townhouses sharing common walls and walkways. With today's custom doors, you can distinguish your home from those of your adjacent neighbors with multi-paneled, single-hinged doors with stained or beveled glass that lets the light stream into your home. Reproductions of French doors and exquisite single-hung era doors lend charm and durability to an age-old idea. It takes a bold color to stand up to brick, and you'll find an exhaustive range of colors in today's custom doors that transform a bland entry into one that's inviting and adds value to your home. You'll enjoy these low-maintenance, resilient doors with energy-efficient lites and sound dampening panels. Solid frames and rails contribute to the product's reinforcement for security and long life.