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Luxury Windows and Doors

From the International Builders' Show: luxury windows and more.

heavy-duty doors — Jaroff Custom Entryways Inc.
Custom doors are for interior and exterior use and are available in a wide variety of finishes.
Website: www.jaroff.com

storm doors and windows — Pinecrest
Decorative doors are available in many styles including classic, modern and Asian.
Website: www.pinecrestinc.com

windows and patio doors — Designer Series by Pella
Windows and doors allow placement of blinds, fabric shades and grilles between panes of glass.
Website: www.pella.com

venting picture window — Marvin Windows and Doors
These large windows pop open at the base allowing venting without blocking the view. Attached screens keep the bugs away.
Website: www.marvin.com

woven paneling — Madrid Inc.
Wooden tiles made from plywood can be used as cabinet doors, trim, headboards and more. They are available in oak, maple, cherry or even wrapped in leather.
Website: www.madridinc.com

lighting control keypads — BriteTouch by Vantage Controls
Each of up to eight buttons is backlit by a fully programmable color LED, allowing button to change colors to indicate different settings.
Website: www.vantagecontrols.com

decorative vent grills — Architectural Grille
Vent covers for every use, from ventilation to drains. They're custom-designed by artists and formed from materials including aluminum and bronze.
Website: www.archgrille.com

customizable garage door — Wayne & Dalton
Change the look of your garage door by attaching magnetized trim pieces. A variety of kits is available, including carriage-style doors.
Website: www.wayne-dalton.com

custom-crafted interior doors— Bolection Door
Bolection will build a composite door to your specifications. Any design you can dream up, they'll make it for you.
Website: www.bolectiondoor.com

door hardware — Baldwin Archetypes
Personalize your interior or exterior doors with a line of ornate door hardware.
Website: www.archetypes.com

windows with invisible insect screens — TruScene by Andersen Windows
The finer mesh holes in these screens are 41 percent smaller than a traditional screen.
Website: www.andersenwindows.com

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