Simpson: If you’re considering a wood door, Simpson has been our go-to for more than 20 years. Established in 1912, Simpson is an environmentally conscious company based in Washington State. Available in over 20 species, their doors are not only beautiful, but durable and very well crafted. Be sure to check out their online door viewer to get a feel of what’s possible.
Manor Millwork: We’ve found that sometimes unique houses call for unique doors. If you’re looking for a truly distinctive entry, Manor Millwork can design and fabricate almost anything you can imagine (as well as some things you likely never thought were possible). Drawing on decades of experience, their team has a single focus: to produce one of a kind pieces for their customers while utilizing sustainable materials.
Therma-Tru: Increasingly popular due to their energy efficiency and low maintenance, fiberglass entry doors from Therma Tru get our vote for many applications. They’ve been in the market for over 55 years, and have continually updated and improved their product line. With literally hundreds of styles and countless glass options, they have a door for just about any project.
Marvin and Integrity by Marvin: Considering a swinging or sliding patio door? Marvin’s Signature (wood and aluminum clad wood doors) and Marvin’s Elevate line (fiberglass doors) have a strong track record of durability. We’ve seen Marvin doors that are decades old, yet still operate perfectly, thanks to their fine engineering, expert craftsmanship, and rugged hardware. They offer styles ranging from contemporary to timeless.