INTERIOR / EXTERIOR DOORS
We offer a wide range of interior and exterior doors with a huge variety of choice – of styles, materials and types of construction. Whether you are searching for an MDF door, or some beautiful oak doors, JELD-WEN has an interior door to suit your taste.
Each type of interior door offers its own benefits. Solid wood doors, for example, are an excellent choice if you want to stop sound transmission from room to room. Fire-resistant doors can offer up to a half-hour of protection in the event of a house fire and are a great choice for bedrooms. Pocket doors slide into walls rather than swinging open and are an good choice for a smaller space.
All Panel Interior Doors
All Panel Interior Doors are available in wood or wood composites. They provide ultimate privacy and can include solid cores for sound control.
Glass Panel Interior Doors
Interior doors are available with a myriad of glass panel sizes, shapes, textures and decorative patterns to provide obscure transparency or full visibility.
Bifold Interior Doors
Perfect for closets or tight spaces, bifold doors are hinged accordian-style and available in wood or wood composite materials.
Louver Interior Doors
Wood Louvered Interior Doors allow for ventilation enhancing air flow between rooms or inside closets while providing privacy.
THE ADVANTAGES OF REPLACEMENT DOORS
- Reduce Noise
- Improve the look of your home
- Low maintenance
- Energy Efficient
The dimensional stability of Ultra™ Series fiberglass windows make it a popular choice for high humidity and high heat environments, such as bathrooms and kitchens.
FIBERGLASS WINDOWS ARE BUILT TO LAST
Exceptionally strong and low-maintenance fiberglass windows from Milgard are ideal for any style and climate.
FIBERGLASS WINDOW FRAME COLORS
Milgard Ultra™ Series fiberglass window frames come in a palette of rich, designer colors. From warm ‘harmony’ to bold ‘black bean’, get inspired with all the possibilities and give your home the custom look and feel you have always dreamed of.
Fiberglass windows and doors resist swelling, rotting and warping. The frame expands and contracts at approximately the same rate as the insulated glass it holds for improved energy efficiency and strength. While fiberglass frames do not require repainting for upkeep, the material is able to be repainted if you prefer to change colors.
Milgard’s fiberglass is produced using a process called pultrusion. Glass rovings and mats are pulled at tremendous forces through a resin bath and a series of dies. These materials combine and catalyze to provide tensile and torsion strength. All final products undergo extensive testing for quality and consistency.