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Feather River Doors 63.5 in. x 81.625 in. Medina Zinc Center Arch Lite Stained Walnut Oak Fiberglass Prehung Front Door with Sidelites
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Feather River Doors

63.5 in. x 81.625 in. Medina Zinc Center Arch Lite Stained Walnut Oak Fiberglass Prehung Front Door with Sidelites

$1,887.00 /each

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Feather River Doors Medina Center Arch with Center Arch Sidelites is an Oak Woodgrain Fiberglass Door Prefinished in Walnut Oak with Zinc Caming. The Medina Collection is simple and elegant starting off with a Clear Bevel Center reflective of a Lotus Flower surrounded with Glue Chip Glass. The Woodgrain Texture is patterned off a true wood door design to give the door the warmth and feel of wood. This door has all the long lasting benefits associated with Fiberglass Doors, a great look, along with a load of Features and Benefits usually viewed as upgrades with other doors plus Energy Efficient and Energy Star Qualified. Door Specification: 36 in. x 80 in. Prehung Door with two 12 in. Sidelites, 4-9/16 in. Primed Jamb, Left-Hand Inswing, Fits Rough Opening of 64-1/4 in. x 82-1/8 in.

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  • Fiberglass construction resists denting, rusting and rotting for durability in the elements
  • Polyurethane foam core provides energy-efficient insulation
  • Composite adjustable threshold and compression weather-strip help to prevent air and water infiltration
  • Sill-to-jamb kit and bottom door rail provide resistance to exterior jamb and door rot
  • Matching glass caming, sill and hinge finish add a stylish accent
  • Triple-pane glass with zinc caming is insulated and tempered for energy efficiency and security
  • High-definition panel embossments with a walnut oak finish and oak wood-grain texture for the warmth and feel of wood
  • Ball bearing hinges offer smooth operation and help to prevent door sagging and hinge wear
  • Requires a 64-1/4 in. x 82-1/8 in. rough opening for a secure fit
  • Energy Star qualified to meet or exceed federal guidelines for energy efficiency for year-round energy and money savings
  • From outside, open towards the inside of the home with the hinges on the left
  • Limited lifetime warranty, 2 year finish warranty
  • Brickmold included for a neat, professional-quality installation
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63.5 in. x 81.625 in. Medina Zinc Center Arch Lite Stained Walnut Oak Fiberglass Prehung Front Door with Sidelites
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How much does the matching transom cost? Also does the door come already stained?

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October 7, 2016
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There is a matching transom available, it would be a special order and you would have to call a store for pricing information. The door does have a hand stained finish.
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How much of the door frame should be showing after installation and Trim is installed?

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September 21, 2016
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All depends-could vary, usually quarter inch +/- on the interior. Larger on the ecterior.
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What is the average Gap between the Door Frame and the interior wall when a new door is installed

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Usually around a quarter inch which allows for the door to be shimmed. Can be larger as long as it is shimmed properly.
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My front door is in direct sun for 8-10 hours per day. Is this door with sidelites a good choice for me?

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September 17, 2016
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Light Oak would be a better choice in direct sun vs. a darker finish. So this would be a good choice.
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September 16, 2016
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Yes, this door and sidelites would be an appropriate choice.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best entry door Turned out to be a very beautiful door. I had to have a contractor install it and replace the header and widen the frame do to the original door was not a standard size. This turned out to be a very sound quality door well balanced easily opens. October 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by beautiful quality door High quality and exceptional appearance, this door was a great purchase. I'm hopeful that the color and finish will hold up to the elements and the test of time. The item was packed and wrapped extremely well. It was delivered to my home in perfect condition. September 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very nice door We looked at a lot of doors that were nice, maybe nicer, but, for about double the cost. This door has had mixed reviews, but my install is under a porch covering and will not see the elements (those were some of the negative reviews). It arrived via the trucking company secured tightly on a wooden pallet standing upright. Now perhaps I also had a good shipper, but this thing was well packed for truck shipping. It will take the full delivery time they state, mine was shipped from Pennsylvania to Washington state. The door itself has a nice wood-like grain, totally pre-hung. The base board (under the threshold) is plastic and should hold up to the elements for other people (maybe that's an improvement based on some previous reviews?) The door was square with no warping and the instructions were easy to follow. The hardest part you may encounter doing this yourself is removing the old door. Make sure you have some shims ready and your new door knob set purchased, I used shims and scrap wood as my opening was a little wide. I then sealed the whole thing in with spray foam and just a few nails. Very solid install. April 28, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Jamrot after only four years. Bought a door very similar to this one in 2010. Went to paint it again ( every two years like I was told by the HD installers) a few months ago and found jamrot at the bottom of the frame. Thinking it was covered in the ten year warranty like it said, I called the company. A few months later I spoke to someone in the warranty department, who told me to email a few pictures. I ended up sending an Iphone video showing me pushing my finger into the door frame up to the first knuckle. I was told later by the same person in the warranty department that the video wasn't good enough to accurately show the damage, however it was good enough to show that the jam had rotted from the inside out because the " mullion wasn't caulked". Who buys a $2200 door and smears caulking all over the joints? I asked the HD installers if I needed to do anything when they were done. They told me to be sure and paint the frame every two years , and polyurethane the fiberglass every two years. The door sags in the frame, and one of the sidelights leaked during the first rain storm. It was replaced free of charge. November 6, 2014
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