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Door Products

Sing Door Core

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Single Leaf Door

Flush Door

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Ledged and Braced Door

Frame and Filled Door

Wicket Door

Sliding Door

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Bypass Door

Pocket Doors

Barn Door

Interior Barn Door

Ledge and Brace Door

 

Door Alternatives

Fiberglass Doors

Aluminum Doors

Steel Doors

 

 

Rotating Door

Pivot Door

Revolving Door

 

High Speed Door

Clean Room Door

Refrigeration / Cold Room Door

 

Blind Door

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False Door

Invisible Door

 

Half Door

Dutch Door

Stable Door

 

Double Leaf Door

French Door

Garden Door

Rebated Door

Australian Door (double plywood swing doors)

Barn Door

 

Saloon Doors

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Batwing Door

 

Bi-fold Doors

 

Garage Doors

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Overhead Door

Sectional Overhead Door

Roller (Tambour) Door

Roller Shutter

 

Specialized Doors

Sound Proof Door

Fire Door

Impact Resistant Door

Extreme Weather Door

Weather-proof Watertight Wood Doors

Bulletproof Door

Blast Door

Trap Door

Pet Door

 

Architectural Doors

 

Sing Door Data

Types of Wood Doors

Door Blanks

Skin Options

Technical Information

Clients List

Industrial Links

Assembly & Connection

Door Frequently Asked Questions

Door Specifications

 

Photo Galleries

Carriage Doors Gallery

Sliding/Pocket Doors Gallery

Interior Doors Gallery

Exterior Doors Gallery

Overhead Doors Gallery

 

How to Build

How to build a true flat door

How We Build Our Doors (The Best Method)

How We Build Our Doors (The Second Best Method)

How to make a Sing Door with glass

Carriage Doors

Sliding/Pocket Doors

Sliding Glass Doors & French Doors

Stile and Rail Doors

Interior Doors

Exterior Doors

Overhead Garage Doors

 

Sing Door News

New Door Tech vs. Old Door Tech

True Raised Panel Door

True Flat Sliding Doors

Sing Modern Sliding Barn Door

More People Switching from Overhead Garage Doors to Carriage Doors

$58 Door vs $580 Door Comparison

3 Types of Large Wood Grain Doors

New Doormaking Technology

Best Door in Manhattan

Architectural Specification Substitutes

Free Custom Window Glass Openings

 

Door Cores

Hollow Core

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Honeycomb Core

Corrugated Cardboard Core

 

Sing Core

Stave Core

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Foam

Door Skins

Wood

Veneer

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HDF

MDF

Metal

Fiberglass

Vinyl

 

Door Sizes

Standard: 36” x 80”

Exterior and Passage: 2’ 6” to 3’ wide x 6’ 8” height

Closets: (vary)

Oversize / Large Door: 8′ + tall and/or 4′ + wide

Garage: 7’ to 8’ wide

Double-car: 16’ wide

 

Door Hardware

Hinges

Standard

Bi-fold

Multi-fold

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Keyed

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Sliding Door

Sliding Barn Door

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Wall Mount

Bypass

Multi-pass

Accessories

Door Closer

Door Opener

Door Damper

Door Knockers

Finger Plate

Letter Box / Mail Slot

Peephole

Door Safety

Door Stops

Door Guards

 

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Hurricane Door

Applications -> Building Components -> Doors -> Hurricane Door

Sing-Core-Hurricane-Door-Exterior-InteriorThe Sing Core Hurricane Door is the best extreme weather condition door designed to be hurricane-proof without compromising the beauty and elegance of a solid hardwood door.

The secret of the Hurricane Door is in the utter strength of this special door. Certainly there are other hurricane-resistant doors, but their strength comes at a high price: Heavy weight. Sing Core Hurricane Doors are lightweight, yet stronger than steel pound for pound.

Simple Elegance

Steel hurricane doors are extremely heavy, and frankly unattractive. The beauty of the Sing Core Hurricane Door is also incorporated in the overall design of the door. The French door design is sleek styling that is inviting as well as attractive in appearance.

There are unique interior and exterior views of the door. The Sing Core Hurricane Door’s exterior surface is weatherproof fiberglass (FRP) and the interior hosts the natural solid hardwood surface of your choice.

Superior Strength

Breaking down the Sing Core Hurricane Door design, we begin with a core of patented Sing Core material, endowing the door with both lightweight, super-strength and anti-warp attributes. The core is then sandwiched between two wood skins.

The exterior surface is covered in weatherproof fiberglass (FRP) and the interior surface made of a beautiful, natural hardwood in your choice of Maple, Cherry, Oak, VG Fir or Walnut.

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Your Sing Core Hurricane Door is avalable in the following Hardwood Species:

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MAPLE CHERRY OAK VG FIR WALNUT

Other hardwood species or interior surfaces are available upon request.

Completely Customizable

Your Sing Core Hurricane Door can be modified to your specifications. The interior surface of your extreme weatherproof door can host nearly any material. Some of our more popular variations include aluminum, steel, plastic, fiberglass and concrete, amongst other special requests.

Any Size Door

The Sing Core Hurricane Door is available in any traditional size, and we manufacture hurricane doors up to 50 feet.