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Simpson Exterior Doors Offer Maximum Performance Against the Elements

Did you know that Simpson Doors offers Performance Series doors that offer additional protection against the elements? Simpson’s Ultrablock and WaterBarrier technology are available on most exterior doors, and each upgraded door comes with a 5 year warranty.

WaterBarrier technology is made from one-piece of Medium Density Overlay (MDO) on the outside – a material commonly used on concrete forms and street signs. It resists moisture absorption and the overlay has a primer topcoat which results in better paint application. You can find if the technology is available on the door you want by visiting Simpson’s Find a Door.

 

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Learn more about Simpson’s Ultrablock and WaterBarrier technologies.

Ultrablock technology already comes standard on many of Simpson’s door lines. This technology offers the best protection against extreme weather and improves warp resistance while still giving you a beautiful genuine wood door.

To learn more about Simpson Doors, visit the National Lumber eShowroom.

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Best New Building Products of 2011: Simpson Door’s Nantucket Collection

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If you’re looking for a strong, weather-resistant wood door that doesn’t sacrifice beauty for durability, then Simpson has the door for you in their new Nantucket Collection. Simpson’s Nantucket Collection combines two durable and weather-resistant wood species, Black Locust and Nootka Cypress, with the company’s modified mortise-and-tenon construction technique to provide a warm, yet rugged exterior door for virtually any environment, especially the harsh coastal weather of the Northeast. Simpson is also offering the industry’s longest warranty for exterior wood doors, a 10-year limited warranty. The Nantucket collection doors are available in two thickness options (1 3/4” and 2 1/4”) and four profiles.

Thanks to HousingZone for their review of Simpson’s Nantucket Door Collection!


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