galleryTherma-Tru-Certified-Installer-LogoEntry, Patio, & Fire Doors

Whether you are looking for safety, curb-appeal, or great energy efficiency, Weather Tight entry doors will be sure to fit your needs. Weather Tight doors are fully insulated with polyurethane foam that fills every cavity providing an R-value of 15, and a lifetime warrany providing protection for the life of the door.

Weather Tight Entry doors offer a great deal of customization for the customer. The following items can be customized: glass, color, transoms, sidelights, handles, hinges, etc.  Our installers Therma-Tru Certified Installers, which is a distinct honor that our installers have achieved by completing a rigorous installation training program.  We are also a Therma-Tru design Center, visit one of our showrooms to build your dream entry door and fire door.

Entry Doors

wood_grain_entry_doorOur entry doors are engineered to prevent water infiltration and the bottom six inches of the jamb is made from Alaskan Cypress wood so we can offer you a warranty against rotting. Weather Tight doors use an adjustable rot proof composite threshold, and durable compression weather stripping to make the tightest sealing door in the market. A Weather Tight Entry Door is sure to add curb appeal and increase the value of your home. There are several color, glass, and hardware options.
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Patio Doors

682.SlidingDoor_LivingRoom_openWe also carry high quality patio doors. Benefit from greater views without compromising security or comfort with a new Restorations™ sliding patio door. Built with big views and high performance in mind, patio doors have a 1″ thick tempered safety glass encapsulated by an impressive sculpted sash frame for added architectural detail. The structural three point locking system is actuated with just a turn of the knob or the use of a key for easy operation and even greater security.
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Fire Doorsfire-door

Weather Tight offers fire rated doors.  Fire doors come with a rating of how long they would be able to hold back a fire.  Many municipalities codes require these doors be installed in certain applications including attached garage doors that enter the home. Learn More ››