The CGI 450 French door is the pride of The Estate Collection. With thousands installed over the past twenty years it is the preferred choice of many architects. You will quickly learn to appreciate and feel its quality construction and architectural appeal the minute you see and open it.
This door has been designed and fabricated with matching sidelights and transom windows giving you many design choices to create luxurious openings for your home. Our doors include our patented concealed three point lock system, which unlike others in the marketplace is designed to activate all three locking points with one single turn, inside and out.
The doors are manufactured with top-of-the-line components such as solid brass or stainless steel hinges, Baldwin solid brass locks and levers, multiple layers of weather-stripping and strong silicone sealants. These heavy-gauge aluminum doors offer sightlines only found in wood doors giving you the look of wood without the maintenance, swelling and decay issues associated with wood products in southern climates. Available in sizes up to 10 feet tall, the Estate Collection 450 French door can fit virtually any opening. Also, check out our Estate Entrances section for photos.
We offer 3 wood grain finishes in our Aspen Collection- Mahogany Red, Walnut Brown, and Hazelnut Brown. The Aspen Collection of simulated finishes is based on a unique patented wood grain painting process from Decoral. The Decoral finish is created using a two-step process combining a powder coat base with ink sublimation, and was originally commercialized in 1996.
Our Aspen Collection of premium wood grain finished windows and doors are constructed out of the same high quality commercial-grade aluminum as our standard finishes. Every window and door is produced to our exacting, best in class standards. The Aspen Collection finishes are backed by a five year warranty.
Simulated wood grain finishes by nature are designed to imitate real wood, and therefore will exhibit color variability. This is not considered to be a defect in the product.