Upgrade Your Entryway with the Masonite Barrington Fiberglass Door Collection

Posted by Steve Kleber on Jul 01, 2013

Welcome to the Kleber & Associates blog! Here’s the latest on the Masonite Barrington Fiberglass Door Collection


An entry door makes a powerful first impression to everyone who views your home. Make sure the first impression is a positive one with the Barrington® Fiberglass Door Collection from Masonite International Barrington SierraFlagstaff Sierra 1 panel camber-top plank arch-topCorporation. Designed with distinct raised moulding and stunning factory-glazed decorative glass, these fiberglass doors offer the beauty of hand-crafted wood with the durability and ease of Masonite’s low maintenance, high-performance proprietary fiberglass. Available in both Mahogany and Oak wood-grain textures, Barrington doors resist splitting, cracking and warping and will not dent.

There are three styles to choose from – the Craftsman; Sierra™ and Flagstaff™; and Traditional.

  • The Barrington Craftsman Door is crafted in Mission style and is a popular choice for cottages and bungalows and other homes that embrace the Arts & Crafts architectural style.
  • The Barrington Sierra™ and Flagstaff™ doors are designed to complement Southwest-, Spanish- or Mediterranean-style homes.
  • The Barrington Traditional Door offers a rich, classic look with superior woodgrain authenticity.

For more information on Masonite International Corporation and its products, please visit www.masonite.com.

 


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