DECATUR, Mich. -- Special-Lite, Inc., a manufacturer of custom-built entrance systems, has released the 2013 version of their electronic product catalog to provide architects, designers, contractors, building owners and maintenance directors the critical information they need to select the right products for their entrance applications.
Special-Lite fabricates complete heavy-duty exterior entrance systems for new construction and replacement use in the North American commercial construction market. These high-performance, custom-built systems include flush doors, monumental doors, framing, panels, vision lites, and related hardware products.
The free CD features the most up-to-date Special-Lite product catalog, plus expanded features such as exportable AutoCAD® drawings (available in R14 format); photo gallery updates showing entrance installations in a variety of environments; and links to guide specifications, product estimate/order forms, and installation instructions at www.special-lite.com.
The 2013 CD also includes the company’s Express Program, which offers expedited delivery on their most popular doors—the SL-17 FRP Flush, SL-14 Medium Stile Monumental and SL-15 Wide Stile Monumental Doors. Program details and links to the current order forms are provided.
For a copy of the Special-Lite 2013 Product Catalog on CD, please call 1-800-821-6531 or order online at www.special-lite.com.
About Special-Lite, Inc.
Based in Decatur, Michigan, Special-Lite manufactures complete entrance systems consisting of flush, monumental, wood grain doors, colonial doors, panels and framing for new construction and replacement installations in educational, commercial, institutional, industrial and municipal applications. The company was founded in 1971 and pioneered the use of fiberglass reinforced polyester (FRP) material for door skins in the early 1980s, and today is the largest volume producer of FRP doors in the U.S. Special-Lite’s entrance products were the first to earn GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certification, including the stringent Children & Schools Standard.