Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
EURO TECHNOLOGY - TRADITIONAL & MODERN DOORS
The finest homes deserve the finest entries. Glenview Doors signature product lines offer the elegant appeal of solid wood doors, but with greater performance and lasting beauty. With advanced European technology, the highest quality materials, artisan finishing techniques, and up to twice the thickness of typical wood entries, Glenview Doors are in a class of their own. Our large inventory of in-stock mahogany wood doors ranges from traditional to transitional to modern designs. Pre-hung and pre-finished, these stunning entries fit most standard openings.
Many people struggle with the down sides of traditional solid wood doors. Watch Greg Wozniak, Glenview Doors Founder and CEO, talk about how Glenview Doors made with Euro Technology are vastly better than traditional doors.
Euro Technology Front Doors FAQ
Do You Sell Modern Front Doors?
Designed in Europe, the Glenview Doors Modern Collection of front doors reflects the skills of fine artisans combined with the latest technology. You will find countless options for customization, ranging from custom veneers, such as American Walnut Wood, Oak Wood, and Wenge Wood, to elements, such as distinctive stainless and glass designs. The Modern Collection of front doors enhances the beauty of the wood, showcasing the individual style of a modern home.
What is Euro Technology?
Euro Technology is the name we use for the advanced engineering and construction method we use in our wood exterior doors. Our unique construction technology allows us to provide our customers a warranted wood door that doesn’t need an overhang or an expensive multi-point lock system, something our competitors still require. Also, our Euro Technology uses a unique sandwich design that combines engineered hardwood stiles and rails with top-of-the-line, mahogany veneer panels and insulating core, giving you a distinct, warranted product.
Why should I use Euro Technology?
Because we use Euro Technology, Glenview Doors offers the best wood entry door line on the market. Due to our innovative technology, the warranty for our doors does not require an overhang or an expensive multi-point lock system.
Also, due to our sandwich design, Glenview Doors delivers exceptional thermal performance and overall product durability. Unlike traditional doors, Glenview Doors made with Euro Technology resist the common door issues like warping, splitting, and cracking.
At 2 ¾”, our door slabs are roughly double the thickness of the typical solid wood options. This, combined with our Euro Technology, allows us to deliver our customers a superior quality, elegant wood product that arrives pre-hung, pre-finished, and with an excellent warranty. Whether you are looking for a modern door or a classic door, Glenview Doors and our large in stock availability are sure to have you covered.
If you can get an energy efficient, cost saving, weather resistant, superior quality door at a similar cost to that of our competitors, then the better question would be why wouldn’t you use Euro Technology?
Where can I buy a Glenview Doors door with Euro Technology?
Pivot Doors FAQ
How is a Pivot door different from a traditional door?
A Pivot door is different from traditional doors in one crucial way. The hinge is offset from the doorframe, which permits it to be larger than a door with a normal hinge. The hinge is set on the bottom and top of the frame using pins, and the door rotates around it. While the width of the entrance is only as wide as the distance between the hinge and the jamb, it has the illusion of being much bigger due to the side of the door that is on the other side of the hinge. Also, Pivot doors work very well in transitional, modern, and contemporary architectural styles because of their special hinge system that differentiates itself from the crowd. It contributes to the flow of sleek, contemporary homes.
What are double rabbeted jambs and how do they make our Pivot doors better?
Pivot doors have some inherent flaws due to the way the hinge system works. They don’t have as much insulation because more space is needed around the frame for the door to open and close. While most companies do not have a fix for this, we have a double rabbeted jamb system that reduces the airflow on the side of the frame. It allows the gap between the slab and frame to the side of the frame to be smaller, improving insulation greatly.
What are the benefits of multipoint locks on our Pivot doors?
Multipoint locks serve the purpose of increasing insulation, increasing security, and reducing warping. As the name suggests, multipoint locks are implemented at several points instead of just one. While this provides multiple benefits, what is most important here is warping since Pivot doors are bigger and therefore more susceptible to deformation. The multiple locking points allow the door to be more anchored and greatly reduce warping compared to regular locks.