Amarr Garage Doors, a designer, manufacturer and distributor of garage doors and door access systems, introduced the Cortona design as part of the company’s popular Classica Collection. The Classica Cortona is a stamped-steel, long-panel bead-board design that simulates the look of a traditional wood carriage house garage door.
Amarr will offer Cortona in all three Classica Collection models: the Classical 1000 (single- layer steel), the Classica 2000 (double-layer steel-plus vinyl-backed polystyrene insulation), and the Classica 3000 (triple-layer interior and exterior steel-plus polyurethane insulation). Cortona is available five colors: true white, almond, sandtone, dark woodgrain and medium woodgrain.
“Carriage house style door designs from our Classica Collection add curb appeal to one’s home,” said Vickie Lents, marketing director. “We believe the Cortona design will prove to be very popular among homeowners seeking the look of a traditional carriage house door but with the low-maintenance benefits of steel.”
Cortona doors are available in 28- and 32-inch-section heights, and work with all existing Classica Collection windows and decorative hardware options.
Established in 1951 by the Brenner family in Winston-Salem, N.C., Amarr has grown to more than 1,000 team members, operating two plants, and 70 Door Centers in the United States, Mexico and Canada. More than 3,000 independent dealers, distributors and leading retailers sell Amarr doors worldwide for the new construction and replacement markets. Amarr also distributes garage door openers, garage flooring and garage screens.