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Top 100 Products for 2020: Windows & Doors

Products from Johnson Hardware, Marvin Doors, Phantom Screens, Ply Gem, Provia, and Trustile.

August 10, 2020
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1. Johnson Hardware

Johnson Hardware introduces one of its most-improved products: the 2000 Series All-Steel Split-Stud Pocket Door Hardware Frame. Designed for 2x4 walls, it can support solid-core doors weighing up to 400 pounds. Comes in 16 models for accommodating doors ranging from 1⅛” to 1¾” thick, and from 30” wide by 80” tall, to 60” wide by 108” tall. If the door is smaller, the frame can be cut to fit.

2. Marvin Doors

As part of Marvin Doors’ Signature collection, the Modern Multi-Slide Door is designed to provide homeowners with sweeping views and a connection to the outdoors. Numerous configurations and sizes are available. The door’s minimalist hardware is designed for high functionality and features a sleek, modern form; the sill options are flush, performance, and high-performance. These doors are rated up to LC-PG40, and are sized to order in up to 6’x12’ panels.

3. Phantom Screens

Motorized or manual retractable screens from Phantom Screens help manage pests, sun, and solar heat, as well as providing privacy for interior or covered outdoor spaces. Available for doors, windows, glass walls and large openings, there are several mesh styles to choose from. The company consults with its trade partners to ensure proper installation, performance, and after-market services.

4. Ply Gem

When open, the MaxView sliding patio door from Ply Gem blurs the lines between interior and exterior living areas to create a true indoor/outdoor living experience. Expansive glass panels with a minimalist ¾-inch stile design provide a virtually unhindered view without compromising energy efficiency, comfort, or convenience. Other windows include Ply Gem’s MIRA aluminum clad model, with high-performance glazing and a simple design that matches the home’s architecture.  

5. ProVia

ProVia introduces FineLine Technology, which produces a straight, clean-weld line on the corners of Endure Vinyl Patio Doors. It provides a “picture-frame quality” look on the sashes and eliminates the need for secondary cleaning and finishing processes. Comes standard on the firm’s patio doors with laminated extrusions, with the option to upgrade on white, beige, and sandstone vinyl. Doors produced with FineLine Technology meet or exceed industry requirements for strength and durability, says the firm.  

6. Trustile

The new Tru&Modern Infinite Rail (TMIR) series offers consumers a sophisticated option for their homes’ interior doors. Each door sports kerf cuts or metal inlays that cover its entire width. From traditional to modern, TruStile offers a broad selection of made-to-order interior doors. With all of the stile, rail, and panel products that the company puts through its production line, the goal is to blend modern technology with old-world craftsmanship.

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