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What Type of Door Is Right For Your Home?

Single Entry Doors (Inswing or Outswing)




Doors with Sidelites (Fixed or Venting)

Fixed Sidelites are available in a wide range of widths and heights.


The Venting Sidelite comes with a full length panel that cranks out with a fixed screen on the inside. This option is available for all styles except #38 and #48. The venting sidelite panels come in 14″ widths only and are not available in heights in excess of 6′-8″.

Doors with Transoms

Transoms are the window glass and framing above the door unit, and are built as part of the door unit.

Transoms may be built in a wide variety of custom heights.

Garden Doors


The IPM Garden Door unit features outswing doors to maximize useable floor space in the home. Both doors are hinged on the outside jambs; one door is used for entry/exit, and the other door is fitted with crank-out hardware and a fixed screen for ventilation. Two cam locks are installed on each door to ensure a weather tight seal in all conditions.

Centre Hinge Terrace Doors


Centre Hinge Inswing Terrace Door units feature double doors with a sliding screen; one door is hinged at the centre mullion and swings in, the other door is fixed. Hinging at the centre allows for more usable room space as the active door swings around against the fixed door.


Double Doors

Double Doors hinged on jambs with solid fixed centre mullion: includes laminated mullion mortised into pocket in one-piece sill and one piece header.



Double Doors (inswing) hinged on jambs with astragal on one door, complete with premium grade flush bolts, one piece header and sill. Releasing the flush bolts of the astragal allows both doors to be opened, with no centre post in between.

Multiunit Combinations

Multiple door systems and sidelights (with or without transoms) may be grouped together, built as a continuous unit, for a very dramatic effect.

Sliding Patio Doors

Sliding patio doors are available in many different sizes and configurations, with varying levels of energy efficiency.

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