Durable Frame Options
Our fiberglass front doors are built with a standard cellular PVC frame that provides the same superior insulation properties as real wood without the weathering and moulding. Or choose our steel entry doors made with a conventional finger jointed pine frame. Whatever door systems you go home with, make the most out of it with beautifully painted door frames and brickmoulds to match your door panel.
Premium weatherstripping provides an optimal seal around the perimeter of exterior doors to prevent airflow transfer, maintaining the quality of the door system. Likewise, it’s also a proactive strategy against warping and swelling, common in wood entry doors. The foam compression weatherstrip will not freeze in winter or expand in summer.
Designed to slope away from the entry door to drive water away from the home, these durable aluminum sills with a custom options composite base provide optimal traction with raised ribs. We also offer low-profile sills to accommodate wheelchair accessibility.
Thick gauge steel provides optimum resistance to warping, weather, and outdoor noise. The galvanized steel assures maximum protection and durability. Burano’s high-density fibreglass doors are strong, versatile, and virtually maintenance-free to boot. They offer the tasteful and timeless look of wood with the energy efficiency of steel doors. Paint or stain your exterior door system in a variety of colours to add character.
Polyurethane Foam Core
Our fiberglass doors come with a polyurethane foam core, which has the best insulation value than honeycomb and polystyrene, boosting the energy efficiency quality of door skins. Combined, they have an insulation value at least six times greater than a solid wood entry door.
A fixed or adjustable door sweep is a crucial component that completes the seal of an energy-efficient door system. It’s an effective way to fix a drafty entry door, keep rain and snow from blowing in, and pests and debris from coming in through the gaps.
Door thresholds are strips of wood or metal installed at the bottom of the interior or exterior door frame, offering both decorative and functional benefits. It closes the gap between the door and the floor, preventing cold air, snow, rain, and dust from entering. It also helps in noise-proofing.