7 days ago
This textured fiberglass door has muted highlights in the stain to resemble the existing walnut woodwork. Since we routinely reuse the interior trim it's important to make the new door system blend with the surroundings. ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago
This foam insulated door replaced the original hollow core door installed on this home in 67'. It has on oak textured woodgrain stained to resemble the existing woodwork. The initial plan was to reinstall the original 3/4 glass wood storm door but when it was removed we discovered excessive rot and had to scrap that idea. ... See MoreSee Less
Never know what your going to run into when you open stuff up.
It's like watching Home and Garden Network. WAH-LAH...Done likkity split.
This Craftsman style door works well on this Beaverdale brick. The red hue is riveting and draws your attention to the entrance. My clients were thrilled with the outcome and readily agreed to pose for a photo. ... See MoreSee Less
That is one beautiful door!
Stained a couple of fiberglass doors in the shop today. The Craftsman style door has a fir woodgrain while the door with the arched light looks like oak. ... See MoreSee Less
Nice, you have a spray booth in your shop?
This walnut and ebony door beckons your guests to come inside. There is no need to stain these hardwoods when a clear coat let's their true beauty show through. No entry is complete without a lockset that enhances the design of the door. ... See MoreSee Less
Gorgeous!!! Way to go HHS alums!
I feel like that is off of Hickman. Around 48th?
WHERE IN DES MOINES IS JIMBO. ROUND 7
I will venture a guess that everybody has been here AT LEAST one time. ... See MoreSee Less
But you can't skate in there..lol
Everybody is correct in their own fashion with their replies. See you at 7:30 if you are having ice cream.
I spotted these knobs on some cabinets in a customer's kitchen. They are so noteworthy I wanted to share them. What a cute idea! ... See MoreSee Less
The shot on the left depicts a double door we installed last year. This year the customer wanted storm doors with matching finish. Before the doors were built the various components were taken to our paint shop and sprayed with automotive paint. The doors were then built, installed, then taken back to the paint shop for a final top coat to insure a uniform finish. A lot of time was spent transporting these doors here and there but the final product speaks for itself. ... See MoreSee Less
Not the best lighting or photography on this one. The color on the doors is actually spot on.