The Canyon Ridge Collection Ultra-Grain Series features a polyurethane insulated steel base door with the company’s innovative Ultra-Grain simulated stained woodgrain paint finish. Composite overlays molded from actual pieces of Clear Cypress wood are attached to the door surface to create the carriage house designs.
Unlike natural material, this faux wood door is moisture resistant, so it won’t rot, warp, split, shrink, separate, or crack.
“The ½”-thick cladding overlay material replicates with uncanny realism the natural texture and intricate grain patterns of the Clear Cypress pieces it is molded from,” says Pat Lohse, vice president of residential marketing for Clopay. “Once installed, it’s virtually indistinguishable from the real thing”
The Ultra-Grain steel paint finish has a horizontal grain pattern to complement the overlays.
The Canyon Ridge Collection Ultra-Grain Series is available in fourteen panel designs with a choice of windows or solid top sections in two finish colors: Walnut and Medium. Optional decorative hardware can be added to enhance the character of the doors.
Two-inch thick polyurethane insulation foam injected between the door’s two steel skins with a thermal break provide an 18.4 R-value for year round comfort and energy efficiency. It also adds strength and rigidity to the door panels to help resist dents and reduce noise. Insulated windows are also offered.
To learn more, visit http://clopaydoor.com/canyonridgeultragrain.aspx .
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. Today, 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.