Our Partners

We are proud to represent some of the premier companies in our industry. To learn more about any of our manufacturer partners, just click on the logos below to visit their web sites.
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For 20 years Wizard has Consistently Created Superior Screen Solutions. As a dedicated manufacturer of Retractable Screen Solutions the Wizard product line is customized to each door or window and installed by a certified professional. Enjoy the View!


Extruding Aluminum into the Future

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Commercial ADA thresholds direct from the manufacturer at prices others can’t  aspire to. Best quality and accurate and timely fabrication make Merit a great option for commercial thresholds.

Space and Sight Dividers


Woodfold has been the leading manufacturer of custom rigid accordion doors and hardwood roll-up doors. Over 50 years old, they are an independent employee owned business and maintain the highest standards of product quality and customer service.

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Handle of Excellence

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World leader in high quality locking and decorative hardware for doors and windows. Hoppe multi-point locks are manufactured in the USA using stainless steel for the function and longevity needed in Florida.

Luxury Entryways

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Located in Houston, Glass Craft has been a leader in design and value for luxury entryways for 40 years. Whether hardwoods, iron or fiberglass with cutting edge woodgrain appearance … Glass Craft sets the mark for others to emulate. And now, with a broad array of barn door designs and hardware systems the best entry door company has moved inside.

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CEAM Italian Concealed Hinges by Peter Meier Inc

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Ceam concealer hinges, imported by PMI (Peter Meier Inc) in North Carolina offer high quality Italian manufactured concealed hinges in a range of sizes, weight, capacity and colors. They are modern, 3 way adjustable and have no exposed screws for the clean contemporary look demanded by luxury architects, designers and their discriminating clientele.