Haas Door, manufacturer of premium steel and aluminum residential and commercial garage doors will introduce three new bi-directional wood grain options at the 2018 International Builders’ Show (IBS) in Orlando. The company will display their manufactured in the U.S.A. garage doors in booth S1078 at IBS.
Realistic-looking and eye-catching, the three new garage door wood grain options from Haas Door replicate the appearance of real wood doors, but without the maintenance hassles of wood. The new stucco embossed English Oak, Mahogany and Ash wood grains are available in bi-directional patterns on durable steel garage doors.
“These three new bi-directional wood grain color options provide a vertical wood grain pattern on the panel and stile, with a horizontal pattern on the rails,” says Jeffrey Nofziger, president of Haas Door. “This offers the genuine look of a real wood door but with the strength of steel. Plus, we’ve added a strong 10-year warranty to the doors to assure homeowners of their durability.”
According to Nofziger, the three new wood grains are built with 26-gauge galvanized steel. The pre-painted wood grain finish is baked on to ensure a strong and long-lasting door.
“After the successful launch of our Stucco Embossed American Walnut Bi-Directional door we’ve been repeatedly asked to offer more wood grain options in bi-directional patterns,” says Nofziger. “From our experiences manufacturing uni-directional wood grain garage doors we know that English Oak, Mahogany and Ash are very popular wood species. That’s why we selected these three specific wood grains to join our bi-directional family of steel doors. Now homeowners have four truly unique wood grain options to select from when desiring a bi-directional garage door that mimics real wood.”
The bi-directional wood grain doors are available with all panels in the 2000, 700 and 600 series from Haas Door. All four steel wood grain color patterns feature an industry leading 10-year warranty for peace-of-mind of homeowners.
Haas Door is located in Wauseon, Ohio, where the company manufactures steel and aluminum residential and commercial garage doors. The family-owned company holds memberships in IDA and DASMA, and produces products that are sold throughout North America. For more information on Haas Door, visit www.HaasDoor.com.