(PRWEB) November 05, 2018
Most consumers understand solid wood entry door cannot withstand the challenging East Coast weather. Between hot, humid summers and cold, windy winters, solid wood entry doors are constantly pushed to the limit out in the East Coast. These severe temperatures are accompanied with wavering humidity levels, causing wood to expand in high humidity levels and to contract in low humidity levels. Beyond temperature and humidity fluctuations, extreme storms and blizzards relentlessly attack solid wood entry doors, leading to warped, split, and cracked doors. This is especially true if a door has little to no overhang. Not only do these damages look bad aesthetically, but they invite hot and cold winds to enter the home. However, based on recent reviews there is one product performs above the rest.
A Savior: Glenview Doors Euro Collection
The Glenview Doors Euro Collection is designed to resist the common side effects that solid wood doors suffer from in the extreme East Coast weather conditions. With the harsh weather as of recent Glenview Door's customers rave about their entry doors and how well they perform compared to other wood doors.
Offered in both modern and traditional styles, these high tech doors are made with a special construction technique that utilizes an advanced composite technology to create better insulation, durability, and stability than solid wood entry doors. Glenview Doors uses an innovative sandwich design that pairs European wood stiles and rails with an insulating core that prevents expansion and contraction. This is topped with real wood veneers as well as various high-quality finishes. These modern and traditional doors are engineered to maintain the elegant look and feel of solid wood doors without the downsides of owning a solid wood entry doors.
Both practical and beautiful, the Glenview Doors Euro Collection is highly spoken of. Glenview Doors Founder and CEO Greg Wozniak says, “Euro construction technology is the best solution to the wear and tear of solid wood front doors in the East Coast. Euro doors look just like solid wood doors, but they hold up much better over time. Plus, they have better insulation, which makes homes more energy efficient. Once we educate a builder or architect about the advantages of Euro doors, they tend to use them every time.”
More and more savvy homeowners on the East Coast are switching to Glenview’s Euro Collection. Wozniak says, “Euro construction doors last longer and have great insulation. We know our clients will be happy with them for years to come.
Learn More about the Glenview Doors Euro Collection
You can learn more about the benefits of Euro Technology here. Please contact us via the Glenview Doors website to find a local dealer near you.