Introducing our new Finestra Porta Custom Exterior Door design from our Rome Collection. Capture the ageless beauty and harmony of one of the world?s great civilizations. Every Handmade Door Entrance is guaranteed forever and built to be enjoyed by many generations to come.
Here?s how we do it:
We prepare all of our wood traditionally by letting it air dry and cure the way nature intended. Our Custom Exterior Doors are guaranteed to never rot, bend, or crack. Solid three to four inch wood means your Custom Wooden Doors are built to withstand even the toughest weather conditions.
A Handmade Door Entrance from Classic Roman Antiquity
Originally borrowing much of their culture from the Greeks, the Romans had a taste for luxury that drove them to continually refine their building techniques and create a life of greater ease. Their greatest architectural achievement was the development of the arch and dome. This led to many civil engineering projects that greatly increased public health and living conditions, including apartments, private baths, under-floor heating, and running hot and cold water. Their social lives included amphitheaters for attending gladiator contests, basilicas for taking care of business and legal matters, and forums with marketplaces, political debates, and various other activities.
During the Italian Renaissance, ancient Rome served as inspiration for the many achievements made during that time period. Today, domes and columns are built into some of our most important buildings, like the White House and the U.S. Capitol.
Own the Custom Exterior Doors of Your Dreams
If you want a door to last a lifetime or longer, like the beautifully crafted ones in Rome, you need a company you can trust that will provide you what is promised. Our authentic Handmade Door Entrances are 100% wood, through and through. Unlike other manufacturers, we never use plywood, veneers, partial boards, waffle boards, and scrub timber.
Call now to get started on your dream door: 1-800-292-0008
Other Custom Exterior Doors in Our Rome Collection:
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