Door 2 You is a veteran-owned business founded by Rick Grube, a lifelong tradesman. With joinery being his true passion, Grube invented and patented a proprietary method of building a door using mechanical tenon joinery allowing the door to be shipped and disassembled directly to the consumer.
Headquartered in Holstein, Iowa, VT Industries, lnc., is one of North America's leading manufacturers of architectural wood doors, post-formed laminate countertops, and architectural stone surfaces. Since 1956, VT Industries has been committed to providing the highest quality architectural and home building products and services in the industry.
Masonite was named “Best Virtual Immersive Experience” in Ragan’s 2021 Video, Visual & Virtual Awards program. The digital tool helps builders better meet the needs of today’s home buyers.
Acquisition expands SBP's product portfolio and Southeastern presence
Rehau formally launched of a new line of fully fabricated custom cabinet doors for modern kitchens and baths., in high-gloss, polymer glass, matte and natural textured woodgrain surfaces in more than 50 finishes and colors.
In this time-released video shop workers laminate an aluminum honeycomb door from Sing Core with oak staves. Sing Core, invented by Peter Sing, is a hybrid technology using Balsa wood (only 8% of natural wood fiber) and foam core (recycled).
ETO Doors, a custom door manufacturer based in Los Angeles, says it will debut a new line of modern 20 minute fire doors, exhibiting the new line along with its exterior and interior doors at the 2016 IBS event in Las Vegas. ETO Doors are frequently used by national hotel chains.
Millwork manufacturer Assa Abloy says it has developed an industry-first, moisture-resistant plastic laminate wood-core door intended for wet or humid interior applications, says David Jordan, U.S. director of wood doors for the Swedish company.
Door manufacturer Masonite International (NYSE: DOOR) sales were flat at $475.7 million for the third quarter of 2015, a result of an unfavorable exchange rate. Excluding the $26 million negative impact of foreign exchange, net sales would have increased by 5.4% to $501.7 million. Masonite reported a loss of $16.3 million after selling a French subsidiary.