Here Are The Exterior Door Brands We Partner With

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Andersen Storm Doors

Andersen® storm doors are built with the quality and craftsmanship that you expect, with a wide array of style options to enhance your entryway and complement your home.

Andersen storm doors offer many innovative features designed to make them not only easy to use, but also easy to install. We design our storm doors to make your life easier, with styles, options and features to fit your needs.

Jeld-Wen

JELD-WEN was founded by Richard ”Dick” Wendt, an entrepreneur at heart, who learned the art of managing a manufacturing company under the tutelage of his father, Caradco executive Lester Wendt. In 1957, Iowa-based Caradco sent Dick to Oregon to help run the company’s millwork plant in Klamath Falls. Caradco decided to sell the plant at auction. Dick and four business partners, Larry Wetter, John Biehn, Gerry Wickersham, and Bill Taylor bought many of the assets on October 25, 1960 and named the new company JELD-WEN.

The name JELD-WEN had already been in use for a number of years by the Wendt family; in the 1930s Lester Wendt bought a small farm outside of Dubuque, Iowa, as a family retreat. After holding a family contest to name the farm, Dick’s cousin Jeanette Coughlin thought of the name JELD-WEN, an acronym for the names of Dick’s immediate family, and a shortened version of Wendt.

With just 15 employees, JELD-WEN quickly gained the reputation of producing a reliable product. After just two years, JELD-WEN became successful enough to begin acquiring new manufacturing facilities and expand its product offering.

Milliken Millwork

Milliken Millwork

For over 60 years, MMI DOOR has earned the reputation as being the preferred door supplier of home centers and building supply dealers. With 3 locations servicing all or portions of the 48 continental United States; MMI DOOR is a true, single source door provider. Our product lines are available through most major building supply dealers and home centers nationwide. Throughout the decades, we’ve expanded our door product offering significantly and confidently maintain our position as an industry leader.

Therma Tru

It was a bold innovation for the home-building market when we introduced an entryway door that looked as beautiful as wood and was more durable. At Therma-Tru, we have been revolutionizing the industry from the start—a spirit you can continue to expect from the leading entry door brand most preferred by building professionals.

Our legacy of innovation continues with a variety of new products designed to meet today’s building trends. We are the nation’s leading manufacturer of fiberglass and steel exterior door systems, and we are the most preferred brand of entry doors among building professionals.* Our attention to detail in styling, including our glass innovations, have brought improved curb appeal and value to our customers’ homes, and the security and durability features built into every Therma-Tru door brings home comfort and security.

Jeld-Wen

Jeld-Wen Doors

JELD-WEN was founded by Richard ”Dick” Wendt, an entrepreneur at heart, who learned the art of managing a manufacturing company under the tutelage of his father, Caradco executive Lester Wendt. In 1957, Iowa-based Caradco sent Dick to Oregon to help run the company’s millwork plant in Klamath Falls. Caradco decided to sell the plant at auction. Dick and four business partners, Larry Wetter, John Biehn, Gerry Wickersham, and Bill Taylor bought many of the assets on October 25, 1960 and named the new company JELD-WEN.

The name JELD-WEN had already been in use for a number of years by the Wendt family; in the 1930s Lester Wendt bought a small farm outside of Dubuque, Iowa, as a family retreat. After holding a family contest to name the farm, Dick’s cousin Jeanette Coughlin thought of the name JELD-WEN, an acronym for the names of Dick’s immediate family, and a shortened version of Wendt.

With just 15 employees, JELD-WEN quickly gained the reputation of producing a reliable product. After just two years, JELD-WEN became successful enough to begin acquiring new manufacturing facilities and expand its product offering.

Simpson Doors

Simpson Doors

Simpson Doors

Simpson has been making doors within the forests of Washington state since 1912. Generations of families have dedicated their lives to creating the finest doors in America. It’s a team effort requiring creativity, engineering, innovation and experience. So when you choose a Simpson door, you are not only getting a finely handcrafted piece for your home, you are getting a part of our home as well.

Simpson’s comprehensive line of interior and exterior stile and rail doors includes hundreds of standard options from panel to French to decorative entry doors with matching sidelights and transoms. Available in a variety of wood species, sizes and glass options, Simpson provides customers with the door they desire, whether it is a standard design or a one-of-a-kind custom door.

Lemieux Doors

Lemieux Doors

Lemieux Doors – A division of Masonite

At Masonite, we understand that a door is much more than a door – it is the backdrop for those first-day-of-school photos, the perfect camouflage during a game of hide-and-seek, a warm welcome for family and friends. Doors are woven into the fabric of our everyday lives, which is why the doors you choose for your home should express who you are and what you value.

Masonite is your leading source for the latest trend insights and design ideas, providing distinctive door styles that complement any home and personal taste.

Our focus is not just on one type of door — but EVERY door. For every opening, there is a Masonite solution, and our robust product offering gives you access to the inspirational designs, finishes and details that let your style take shape.

Midwest

The prestige of a custom iron door has become a major draw to people throughout the Country. With no products available locally, the only option was to order from halfway across the country without ever seeing the product in person. In 2010, Midwest Iron Doors opened in Omaha, NE to meet the growing demand for this beautiful new product, making them available with local dealers and meeting the needs across the continental United States. Midwest Iron Doors prides itself in quality iron products backed with the personal service the Midwest is known for. We stand behind every product with a 5 year finish warranty, 5 year insulated glass warranty, 1 year weather stripping warranty, and lifetime structural warranty.