Doors of Distinction LLC added 2 new photos.
4 weeks ago
This homeowner wanted to avoid the possibility of disturbing the EFIS / Stucco on their home. The original transom and sidelights were left intact. We installed this textured fiberglass door from the Therma-Tru Rustic Collection within the existing system. The new door was cut shorter and it's frame planed down so it would slip into the confines of the available space. It was a snug fit. ... See MoreSee Less
Doors of Distinction LLC added 3 new photos.
1 month ago
This is the Carriage House Museum in Story City. To stay in keeping with the building methods of the period, these 8' doors are face frame mounted. During business hours the exterior doors are open to welcome guests. The rest of the time they are kept closed to eliminate damaging UV rays. This was a fun project as it was out of the ordinary and the setting is unique. ... See MoreSee Less
2 months 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
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?
5 months ago
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.
WHERE IN DES MOINES IS JIMBO. ROUND 6
Let's check and see who's aware of their surroundings. Does anybody recognize this house? ... See MoreSee Less
This double door was installed last year to provide light and privacy. This year they want me to install a double storm door to add light and a view onto the driveway so they can see their guests arriving. Keep yours eyes open for the big reveal after the installation. ... See MoreSee Less
Love that hue of red!
WHERE IN DES MOINES IS JIMBO? ROUND 5
This one should be easy for some of you players! ... See MoreSee Less
Your alma mater😀
After round 4 it seemed appropriate to throw out an easy one
This door and sidelight has miniblinds between the glass. It's easy to keep clean and does not slap when you swing the door. When company is coming you can level the blind or even raise it to welcome your guests. Or you can tilt the blind to offer privacy and block the sun. ... See MoreSee Less
WHERE IN DES MOINES IS JIMBO! ROUND 4
This is going to be a tough one. ... See MoreSee Less
It looks like a school... Hoover??
It's not Hoover, but you have the right area of town
The church on 34th St?
An excellent guess..but no cigar
The lodge on Urbandale Ave?
Another good guess. You are about a mile off though
I know, I know!
This should give it away:
WHERE IN DES MOINES IS JIMBO? Round 3
Am I going to stump anybody with this one? ... See MoreSee Less
By the Fairgrounds
you are here---> 41°35'31.76"N 93°36'7.14"W
WHERE IN DES MOINES IS JIMBO? Round 2
This one will be easier for some and tougher for others. What do you think? ... See MoreSee Less
WHERE IN DES MOINES IS JIMBO? Round 2
This one might be easier for some and tougher for others. What do you think? ... See MoreSee Less
WHERE IN DES MOINES IS JIMBO!
Let's play a game, it's like Where's Waldo. Can you tell me where this photo was taken? Be specific! ... See MoreSee Less
The owners of this Johnston home wanted to bring their entrance way to life. The art-glass panel added a lot of character to an otherwise featureless door. ... See MoreSee Less
To stay in keeping with the originality of her Beaverdale brick home my customer was insistent the garage service door should be wood. I was pushing textured fiberglass because any current wood door is built from new growth lumber, which warps and changes shape. But to get the exact same look we had to go wood. I found a Simpson door with true insulated divided light (6 individual glass units), a composite bottom rail and very stable construction. I was very pleased and totally surprised to find a wood door built this well. ... See MoreSee Less
Besides being drafty, the original door was dragging on the carpet which left no room for a rug. Problem solved. ... See MoreSee Less
Oh My Goodness! We Love Love Love our new doors! Doors of Distinction LLC (Jim & his crew) did such a GREAT job for us. They are so organized & keep you very informed through the whole process. I Very Highly recommend Doors of Distinction for replacement of any doors in your home. He has a lot of pride in his work with good reason. The wood stain on the inside of this door is absolutely wonderful. They want it done right the first time & makes sure that happens. It was such an awesome experience. We will tell everyone we know. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR MAKING THIS PROJECT SO EASY FOR US & MAKING IT LOOK SO BEAUTIFUL!
Holy smoke Lisa. I'll bet if you look under the definition "rave review", your testimonial would be found. Thanks for your enthusiastic and totally unexpected review
Don't worry...you shouldn't have to be concerned about this happening when you purchase a storm door from Doors of DistinctionBest Cheap CCTV Systems : ali.pub/16i6c7 A gust of wind swept an Ohio girl off her doorstep and it was all caught on a home security camera. "All I he... ... See MoreSee Less
This is the largest door system I have installed to date. It was a four person job wrestling this monster into place. With most of the weight in the transom it was quite awkward. I wish I had an interior shot of this fiberglass door as it is stained to match the variations in their existing walnut woodwork. ... See MoreSee Less