Textured Panel Stain Options
Fiberglass door panels are properly prepped to insure the surface is ready for stain application. The specially-formulated
stain is applied by hand and through a wiping off process or “toning”, which allows the grain pattern to emerge and be
enhanced. The panel then receives a clear coat to protect the stain, and is oven cured for a hard, durable finish.
Light Oak 998
Ultra Series Frame Options
In addition to the 32 colors shown at left, Ultra Series frames may be finished with one of 7 anodized finishes or 13 mica
finishes with a 70% fluoropolymer finish. For a truly distinctive door, choose one of these frame finishes to show your unique
There is a “color range” with anodized colors. That is, there is an acceptable “light” to “dark” color range that can be experienced on any job.
According to AAMA 611-98 specifications, Section 8.3, the range may be up to 5 Delta E’s. We can provide from our anodized vendor color
samples of this color range if requested. The color range is due to numerous variables which include (but are not limited to) the shape of the
parts, alloy variations and time in the anodizing process. This could mean that a sash part may appear slightly different in color than a frame
part. This is/will be acceptable. Even the samples that may be provided may vary from the final product due to the variables. You must be
aware of this as this will be considered acceptable.
Mica and anodized finishes are for the Ultra Series frame and not for the fiberglass door panel