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Decorative Steel Entrances

Featuring Novatech Polytech White 24 Gauge Steel Exterior Doors

Decorative (Polytech) Steel Entrances

24 Gauge Polytech White Steel Exterior Doors

Durable • Installs Fast • Secure

With a flawless finish, Polytech Steel doors deliver unbeatable value and unequaled reassurance. Built ready to install, these doors are your best choice for a long lasting entry door that you don’t need to paint.

All Entrance Door Systems Include: 

• Polytech White Steel Doors
• Thermally broken aluminum sill
• Primed finger joint pine jambs & header
• 3 Satin Nickel Hinges Installed
• 1-5/8″ or 2″ Brickmould Installed
• Machined for dead bolt
• 10 year limited warranty

Decorative Glass, Sidelites & Factory Paint Available

Jambs & Brickmould available in Primed Wood, Vinyl Wrapped Wood (int.& ext), & RocSolid PVC

Entrance Door Options

Configurations

FRENCH & GARDEN DOORS

The perfect size to replace your slider with a swinging door!

  • 1-5/8″ brickmould for primed jambs, or 2″ brickmould for vinyl jambs
  • Prep of cylinder lock and 1-5/8″ deadbolt lock
  • NO lock prep for inactive doors in double door systems
  • Painted systems – lite frames and astragals are painted tone on tone

French Doors Feature a Secure Multi-Point Astragal

No more air and water infiltration. No more leaks!

  • Solid protection against deflection – three secure locking points stop air and water infiltration.
  • Works with most standard deadbolt lock sets – no special hardware.
  • Retractable floating boot – will not compress, become damaged or fall off after continued use. The boot lifts up with the flush bolt to clear the threshold when the door is opened and is secured in place when the door is closed to provide a lasting seal.
  • 4 way adjustable strike plates – maintain even margins using existing hardware.
  • Easy installation.

 

A one-two punch for secure performance

1 The flip lever activates both flush bolts and the floating boot at the same time.

2 Engaging the deadbolt activates both lock pawls into keepers. Secure performance standard.

Shaker Collection

Victoria

Victoria Add on Dentil Shelf

Soho

Design Collection

Vog

Match Your Vog to Your
Garaga Garage Door

Linea

Oso

Prestige Collection

Orleans

London

Sydney

Add Prestige Mouldings

  • Add character and detail
  • Easy to install
  • For the Prestige collection

Match Your Prestige
Garaga Garage Door

Classic Collection

6 Panel

4 Panel

3 Panel Scroll Top

2 Panel Planked Camber Top

Flush

Standard Glass Options

Clear Glass

Mini-blinds

Privacy Rain Glass

9 Light

Venting

Decorative Glass Options

Oak Park

Nouveau

Bristol

Monterey

Heirlooms

Special Order Glass Options Available

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Courtyard

Blanca

Transit

Frame Options

Sizes (4-9/16″, 6-9/16″, 7-1/4″)

Standard:

Primed Finger-joint Pine Interior and Exterior

Upgrade to:

ROCSOLID PVC * Recommended (Maintenance Free, Water & Weather Proof)

   

The durability of a PVC window on the outside and the versatility of wood on the inside. Completely maintenance free, water and weather proof.

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Vinyl Wrapped Finger-joint

12mil rigid PVC film bonded with permanent waterproof exterior polyurethane glue. Base made of rot-resistant Alaskan yellow cypress to prevent water wicking.

Upgrade by Having Your Door Painted One of 14 Colours

A Word About NAFS-11 Code Approval

The adoption of NAFS-11 and the Canadian Supplement (CSA A440S1-17) in many jurisdictions across Canada has brought big changes to the way we grade and label our windows and doors. Fenestration Canada has released a Performance Calculator Tool to assist you in finding the requirements for your projects.
This calculator is meant to be used as a guideline only.

Ontario: NAFS-08 and CSA A440S1-09 are required for all installations with building permits issued after January 1, 2014. If the building permit was issued before January 1, 2014 the older standards apply, provided ground is broken on the job within 3 to 6 month of the date of issue of the permit, this time frame will be defined by the local building officials. The biggest changes are to product labeling requirements and how product performance is rated.

Want to know more? Check out our Code Approved FAQ