Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) January 31, 2013
Garage door manufacturer Clopay is introducing the Cypress Collection, an insulated flush steel door featuring the company’s innovative Ultra-Grain faux woodgrain paint finish.
Ultra-Grain simulates the appearance of stained wood on a steel door surface. But unlike real wood, it won't rot, warp, or crack, so no ongoing maintenance or staining is required.
The simplicity of the flush panel design combined with the horizontal Cypress woodgrain print is well suited to transitional, contemporary, Southwestern and Mediterranean style homes.
The Cypress Collection features a three-layer construction for maximum durability, energy efficiency, and quiet operation. Insulation options include 2 inch or 1-3/8 inch thick polyurethane or polystyrene with R-values ranging from 6.5 to 18.4.
Two finish colors are offered: Medium or Walnut. Complementing window frames, grilles, inserts and decorative hardware are also available.
Clopay Cypress Collection Ultra-Grain finish colors complement Clopay’s ENERGY STAR® qualified fiberglass entry door stain options for homeowners interested in creating a coordinated exterior appearance.
For more information, visit http://www.clopaydoor.com or call 800-225-6729.
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With three manufacturing facilities and 49 distribution centers across the U.S. and Canada, Clopay Building Products is North America’s leading manufacturer of residential garage doors and a preferred supplier of commercial overhead sectional and rolling steel doors.
Bringing nearly 50 years of experience and innovation to the building products industry, the company maintains a strong family of brands including Clopay®, Holmes Garage Door Company® and IDEAL Door®. Since 1996, Clopay is the only residential garage door brand to earn the Good Housekeeping Seal.
In 2010, the company launched fiberglass and steel entry door lines to complement its popular residential garage door styles. Clopay is the only manufacturer in the industry to offer homeowners the option to coordinate the appearance of the two most important entrances to their home: the front door and the garage.