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FINIshes, specIes & textUres

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swINgINg Door systems

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slIDINg Door systems wINDows

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honoring traditions. inspiring imaginations.
At Architectural Traditions, we’re not simply building a window or door, we’re embracing time-honored architectural traditions. We’re not merely forging a door knob, we’re enhancing the authenticity of your home. Our heritage goes back to the early ’80s, when our founders began building estates and custom homes that authentically reflected our community’s Southwestern architectural heritage—down to the last detail. Today, we’ve grown into one of the largest nationallyrecognized custom millwork and hardware manufacturers in the country. And our award-winning designs remain true to every regional architectural style—whether it’s Country, Tudor, Tuscan, Southwestern, Mediterranean, or Craftsman. By capturing that timeless, crafted Old World feel, your home not only reflects your imagination, it evokes a feeling of quality and authenticity that is rare and unparalleled in today’s modern world. At Architectural Traditions our materials are classic, natural, premium quality: wood, bronze and iron. Every element— from windows and doors to hardware—is created with a consistently beautiful look that only a single-source supplier like Architectural Traditions can offer. Though our wood comes from all across the country, every piece is processed in-house because our dry Southwest climate is perfectly suited for millwork operations, creating a look that none can match. Whether you’re building a small cabin in the woods or a spacious estate by the ocean, Architectural Traditions has the resources, expertise and commitment to quality that will bring your ideas to life; now, and long into the future. Take a look through our brochure. Choose, create and use it not merely as a guide, but as an inspiration as well!

sophisticated, strong, sensible wood
At Architectural Traditions, we realize every piece of natural wood is as beautiful as it is practical, which is exactly why it’s our choice in creating the most distinctive homes. From Mahogany and Alder to Fir, Rustic Oak, Cedar, Walnut and Cherry, every species has a distinct feel and wonderful personality. Like a fingerprint, you will never find two pieces of wood that are exactly the same, and no other material that captures its special texture, elegance and charm. Wood’s artful form is matched by its superb functionality. Capable of being shaped, molded and textured to fit a variety of architectural needs, wood is highly versatile. What’s more, wood is a natural insulator, protecting your home from outside elements. And it’s exceptionally durable, growing even more beautiful over time, in varying weather conditions. Perhaps most importantly, wood is a naturally renewable resource, making it an environmentally aware choice. And Architectural Traditions’ commitment to our environment means we obtain wood only from responsibly managed forests. Whether your project requires an exterior or an interior application, we can help you select the right species and finish for your doors and window that are stunning in the present, and grow even more distinctive over time.

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Doors

A door can exude feelings of the time-worn, rustic American West; it can capture the magnificent elegance and sophistication of a Southern estate; or it can evoke the mystery and grandeur of an opulent Chinese Palace. Whether it’s an interior, exterior or side door, every door opens up a world of possibilities. At Architectural Traditions, we help you create a quality, crafted door that reflects your personal style and taste, and that fulfills practical requirements of privacy, security and comfort as well. Cross the threshold and discover the door that says ‘you’.

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Door Form meets FUNctIoN Exterior doors and entry systems can make a bold and impactful first impression that reflects your tastes and compliments your architectural environment. What’s more, these doors fulfill an important functional role by protecting your home from the environment, providing privacy and insuring security. Whether it’s an entrance door and a transom, or paired with sidelites, French or ‘patio’ doors offer wonderful flexibility and versatility as well. Feature door systems, such as Operating Sidelite Systems, Surround Systems and Sliding Door Systems allow you to tailor the door configurations dependent upon your practical needs and design preferences. Because they’re not exposed to the elements, interior doors are available in virtually every species, texture and finish–in a variety of styles—to compliment your exterior doors and color palette as well as the architecture of your interior space. All-Panel and All-Glass Combinations allow you to experiment with various glass and panel combinations to create a more open or more private feeling door. Door tops allow you to create the door shape that suits your unique style and compliments your environment, whether you prefer the simple lines of a square top, or the graceful elegance of an arch. Our custom door top shapes such as flat arch, true arch, and elliptical arch, invite you to play with possibilities and lines of your space. Many of our doors feature a wide spectrum of glass options to create a more refreshing, bright feel. t h e w o o D t h at w o r k s yoU Draw the lINes

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FINIsh wIth style Choose the panel profile and sticking option that suits your style by determining the lines and dimensions of your door, and giving it a truly customized look. A Mission sticking with a raised panel offers a more elegant Southwest feel; while a classic sticking with a plank panel can exude a more rustic, simple tone; glass, in place of wood panels, or a combination of wood and glass creates a completely different feel that invites the outside in, while still insuring privacy.

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a ta s t e F U l t o U c h At Architectural Traditions, we offer a spectrum of standard and customized finishes to enhance the patina and grain patterns, and bring your door to life. Using traditional Old World methods, our skilled artisans can also create a rubbed oil finish that unleashes the radiant luster of the wood, creating a wonderfully authentic look and protecting it from long-term environmental effects. Unique to Architectural Traditions, any of our finishes can have a “glaze” added to add dimension and highlights to your door. Create a weathered, rugged, antique or refined look with our selection of 14 distress textures.

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A charming speakeasy, a sparkling glass inset or an Old World wood inlay can emphasize the rich character and history of your door. They are the accents that make your statement truly unique.

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BUIlDINg yoUr Door

After you’ve determined what size door you require and whether or not it’s an interior (IN) or exterior (EX) application, here’s what you’ll need to place your order.
step 1 find the model that fits your style (pg. 10-38) step 2 select a sticking / panel detail (pg. 42-45) step 3 choose a wood species (pg. 54-65)

At Architectural Traditions, we offer a selection of more than nine spectacular wood species from around the world. Each one is individual, with no other one like it on earth, able to capture an equally distinctive look: from the refined Classic elegance of a deep mahogany, or a more rustic Country feel of a knotty Alder. Extreme heat, constant moisture, fluctuations in snow and sun, and ocean breezes will impact your wood choice as well. While virtually all wood species are appropriate for interior applications, we recommend our ‘e xposure protected’ application for long-term durability and minimal maintenance of all our exterior doors. Cedar and Mahogany are some lovely wood species that are most appropriate in the most severe climates.

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. . . . . . . . . . Rocky Mountain Sr. Raised Panel

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Knotty Alder . . . . . Rincon Potassium / Rocky Mountain Distress
optIoNs

step 4 select a finish / texture (pg. 54-69) .

step 5 add decorative options (pg. 46-49)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Square Top Raised Panel Speakeasy

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raised panel doors
With varying contours and shapes, different moulding and panel details will add dimension and depth while enhancing the lines of your door, creating a special look to complement your own architectural style.
1015-TA Rocky Mountain Jr. Raised Panel 1012 French Moulding Raised Hip Panel Walnut Light Country Black / Sanded Knotty Alder Light Country Black / Arizona Distress
optIoNs
¼" r e c e s s e D m U l l

Raised Panel Speakeasy True-Arch Top

1015 Arts & Crafts Flat Panel Knotty Alder Light Country Black / Arizona Distress

5018 Crafted Moulding Rustic Oak Light Country Black / Arizona Distress
optIoNs

1001 Rocky Mountain Sr. Raised Panel Knotty Alder Rincon Potassium / Rocky Mountain Distress
optIoNs

1036 Arts & Crafts Flat Panel Select Alder Burnt Mocha / Sanded Heavy Regular Distress

Shown Without Speakeasy Grille

Raised Panel Speakeasy

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pa N e l D o o r s

1004 Classic Incense Cedar Custom Finish / Wirebrushed

1004 Sonoran Flush Moulding Classic Panel Incense Cedar Dune Grey / Wirebrushed Regular Distress

1504 French Moulding Raised Hip Panel Incense Cedar Country / Wirebrushed

1005 Rocky Mountain Sr. Raised Panel Knotty Alder Ligth Country Black / Rocky Mounatin Distress

1034 SL3004 (sidelite) Rocky Mountain Sr. Raised Panel Walnut Light Country Black / Arizona Distress

1043 French Moulding Raised Hip Panel Mahogany Cherry “Glaze” / Sanded

1553-FA Rocky Mountain Sr. Raised Panel Select Alder Redwood Brown “Glaze”
optIoNs

1503 Rocky Mountain Sr. Raised Panel Knotty Alder Rincon Potassium / Rocky Mountain Distress

1003 Rocky Mountain Sr. Raised Panel Walnut Light Country Black / Sanded

Flat-Arch Top (Common Arch Pair)

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pa N e l D o o r s

1044 SL3051 (sidelite) Rocky Mountain Jr. Raised Panel Cherry Dark Mahogany / Sanded

1033 Classic Incense Cedar Driftwood / Wirebrushed

1002 Spanish Moulding Classic Raised Panel Incense Cedar Rustico / Wirebrushed, Regular Distress
optIoNs

1002-TA Rocky Mountain Sr. Raised Panel Character Cherry Traditional / Sanded
optIoNs

1572 Rocky Mountain Jr. Raised Panel Select Alder Dark Country Brown / Sanded

True-Arch Top

Clavos

1524 SL3051 (sidelite) custom French Moulding Raised Hip Panel Cherry Redwood Brown “Glaze” / Sanded

1552 French Moulding Raised Hip Panel Mahogany Cherry “Glaze” / Sanded

1502 French Moulding Hip Raised Panel Incense Cedar Light Country Black / Sanded

1502 Rocky Mountain Sr. Raised Panel Knotty Alder Light Country Black / Rocky Mountain Distress

1002-TA Rocky Mountain Sr. Raised Panel Character Cherry Light Country Black / Rocky Mountain Distress
optIoNs

True-Arch Top

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2001 Sonoran Flush Moulding Plank Incense Cedar Driftwood / Wirebrushed Regular Distress
optIoNs

2501 Classic Plank Incense Cedar Copper / Wirebrushed
optIoNs

2001 Rocky Mountain Plank Knotty Alder Light Country Black Antique Distress

2032-FA Arts & Crafts Tambour Incense Cedar Rustico / Wirebrushed
optIoNs

2031 Arts & Crafts Tambour Incense Cedar Copper Base / Wirebrushed

Clavos

Custom V-Groove 7 Plank Layout

Flat-Arch Top

plank doors
Elongate and simplify the lines of your door with plank
2003 SL6001 (sidelite) Spanish Moulding Plank Cherry Light Country Black / Rocky Mountain Distress 2001 Arts & Crafts Plank Incense Cedar Country / Rocky Mountain Distress
optIoNs

2004 Classic Plank Incense Cedar Custom Finish / Wirebrushed

2000-FA True Plank (crossbraces on both sides standard) Incense Cedar Rustico / Wirebrushed
optIoNs

panels, which give the appearance of individual wood planks and contain vertical ‘V’ grooves. Also available in herringbone, plank panels create a look that is timeless and beautiful.

Custom Kerf Cut 3 Plank Layout

Flat-Arch Top

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plaNk Doors

2002 Rocky Mountain Plank Knotty Alder Driftwood / Antique Distress

2002 Rocky Mountain Plank Knotty Alder Traditional / Regular Distress

2502 Arts & Crafts Plank Incense Cedar Spanish / Hand-planed
optIoNs

2502 Spanish Moulding Plank Incense Cedar Dune Gray / Tucson Crafted Distress
optIoNs

2093 Arts & Crafts Plank Vertical Grain Douglas Fir Burnt Caramel / Sanded

Flat-Arch Speakeasy

Flat-Arch Speakeasy with Latillas

5021 Crafted Moulding Rustic Oak Burnt Mocha / Rocky Mountain Distress
s ta N D a r D

5022 Crafted Moulding Rustic Oak Country Brown / Rocky Mountain Distress
s ta N D a r D

2053 Sonoran Flush Moulding Plank Incense Cedar Custom Finish / Wirebrushed
optIoNs

Clavos, Corner Gussets, Eyebrows, Glass only Speakeasy, Speakeasy Grille

Clavos, Corner Gussets, Eyebrows, Glass only Speakeasy, Speakeasy Grille

Clavos Square Speakeasy with Latilllas

2023 Arts & Crafts Plank Vertical Grain Douglas Fir Country Brown / Sanded

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p l a N k o v e r l ay

2011 Plank Overlay Mahogany Cherry “Glaze” / Regular Distress 2010-TA Plank Overlay Incense Cedar Rustico / Wirebrushed
optIoNs optIoNs

2010-FA Plank Overlay Knotty Alder Light Country Black / Rocky Mountain Distress
optIoNs

Butterfly Plugs

Flat-Arch Top Flat-Arch Speakeasy & Grille

True-Arch Top (Common Arch Pair) Clavos

exterIor vIew

INterIor vIew

exterIor vIew

2010
exterIor vIew INterIor vIew

Plank Overlay Incense Cedar Rustico / Wirebrushed
optIoNs

p l a N k o v e r l ay D o o r s c o N s t r U c t e D a s t r U e p l a N k o N e x t e r I o r sIDe, wIth stIle aND raIl Frame oN INterIor sIDe For INcreaseD s t r U c t U r a l s ta B I l I t y. m I N I m U m D o o r t h I c k N e s s 2 ½"

Clavos

2013 Plank Overlay Incense Cedar Spanish / Wirebrushed
optIoNs

2013 Plank Overlay Incense Cedar Glazed Walnut / Santa Barbara Distress
Note

Clavos

1¾" thick standard

exterIor vIew

exterIor vIew

INterIor vIew

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unique interior doors
Play with the elements of light, texture and air when you choose these interior doors. Louver doors offer privacy while enhancing ventilation. And the unique texture and Southwestern attitude of latilla doors allow you to separate rooms, permitting a suggestive glimmer of light to enter.
1064 Mission Incense Cedar Custom Finish / Wirebrushed

l at I l l a D o o r s

loUver Doors

only available 1¾" thick

1052 1071-FA Rocky Mountain Sr. Knotty Alder Light Country Black / Arizona Distress
optIoNs

1053 Rocky Mountain Jr. Mahogany Cherry / Sanded

1052 Rocky Mountain Knotty Alder Light Country Black / Arizona Distress

Rocky Mountain Mahogany Light Country Black / Sanded

Flat-Arch Top

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glass doors
Let the light beam brightly or allow it to cascade softly with glass doors. Choose the size, shape and pattern of glass you’d like to bring a fresh, vibrant glow into your room, while still insuring privacy.
3057-FA Classic Incense Cedar Custom Finish / Wirebrushed
optIoNs

4001 SL4011 (sidelite) Arts & Crafts Plank Walnut 3558 Classic Incense Cedar Custom Finish / Wirebrushed
optIoNs

4501 Spanish Moulding Plank Incense Cedar Country / Wirebrushed

Flat-Arch Top

Light Country Black / Antique Distress
optIoNs

Butterfly Plugs

Dutch Door (most doors available in Dutch configuration)

3018 Arts & Crafts Knotty Alder Custom Finish / Antique Distress
optIoNs

4009 SL6430 (sidelite) Arts & Crafts Plank Mahogany Redwood Brown / Sanded

3021 Rocky Mountain Jr. Cherry Dark Mahogany / Regular Distress

3022-TA Classic Incense Cedar Rustico / Wirebrushed
optIoNs

3002 Mission Select Alder Light Country Black / Regular Distress

Butterfly Plugs

True-Arch Top

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glass Doors

3045 SL3045 (sidelite) Arts & Crafts Flat Panel Cherry Redwood Brown / Sanded
s ta N D a r D

4506 Arts & Crafts Plank Character Cherry Traditional / Regular Distress

5001 Crafted Moulding Rustic Oak Spanish / Rocky Mountain Distress
s ta N D a r D

4006 Arts & Crafts Plank Rustic Oak Country Brown / Sanded

Iron Grille, Clavos, Eyebrows and Corner Gussets

Shelf

5503 Crafted Moulding Knotty Alder Burnt Caramel / Sanded
s ta N D a r D

Iron Grille, Clavos, Eyebrows and Corner Gussets 5003-TA Crafted Moulding Rustic Oak Country Brown / Rocky Mountain Distress
s ta N D a r D

3051-FA Arts & Crafts Flat Panel Select Alder Country Brown / Light Antique Distress
optIoNs

3048 Arts & Crafts Flat Panel Knotty Alder Light Country Black / Arizona Distress
s ta N D a r D

3056 Rocky Mountain Jr. Walnut Country Brown / Sanded

Iron Grille, Eyebrows and Corner Gussets
optIoNs

True-Arch Top

Flat-Arch Top
s ta N D a r D

Shelf

Shelf

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french doors
Highly versatile and distinctly romantic, French or ‘patio’ doors are perfect for entrances as well as side doors. Combine them and add sidelites to capture a distinctively fresh and open feeling that expands the possibilities of your room, transporting the inside outside.
s ta N D a r D

FreNch Door stIle optIoNs
6021 Crafted Moulding
stIles

6423 SL4032 (sidelite) Rocky Mountain Plank Walnut Country Brown / Sanded 6433 Newport Plank Mahogany Light Country Black / Sanded

Available in three sizes:

Rustic Oak Light Country Black / Sanded

eUropeaN Narrow

only available in cedar & Mahagony

sIDelIte

6021 FA SL3051 FA (sidelite) Rocky Mountain Sr. Raised Panel
m U lt I - p o I N t l o c k

Walnut Light Country Black / Rocky Mountain Distress
optIoNs

When it comes to creating a weather-tight seal and maximizing security, nothing compares to our multi-point lock, which is why we recommend it for all French doors. With coast rated stainless steel mechanisms, this lock features ‘one motion’ operation, so doors unlock and open from inside—with one simple downward push on the lever. Beveled hook latches pull the door closed and interlock it to the jamb for a tight, firm seal. Backsets are available in standard 60 mm (2⅜") and optional 45 mm and 35 mm. Features an adjustable strike plate, and a variety of trim options (see p. 83).

Flat-Arch Top Common Arch System

a D j U s ta B l e s t r I k e p l at e

ta p e r e D h o o k l at c h

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6009 SL6009 (sidelite) Classic Walnut Light Country Black / Regular Distress

6015 Classic Incense Cedar Rubbed Blue / Santa Barbara Distress

6026 Classic Incense Cedar Light Country Black / Sanded, Heavy Regular Distress

6026 Rocky Mountain Sr. Knotty Alder Traditional / Sanded

6005 Classic Mahogany Redwood Brown / Regular Distress

6010-FA Classic Incense Cedar Driftwood / Wirebrushed
optIoNs

6558 Classic Mahogany Redwood Brown / Sanded

Flat-Arch Top

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D o o r o p t I oNs

At Architectural Traditions, we offer an unparalleled selection of standard single and paired door models and door tops, along with a variety of customizing options so you can create that door that complements your architectural environment and opens the door to your personal style. See how the sticking and panel details you combine can exude an entirely different look—from rustic to elegant to Old World charm. Discover imaginative alternatives when you choose custom door-top shapes, and glass or wood inlay accents. Your new door lets you step into your own.

a l l - pa N e l s t y l e s

plaNk styles

1001

1002

1003

1004

1005

1006

1008

1010

1012

1015

1018

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2010 ext 2010 int

2011 ext 2011 int

2013 ext

2013 int

1026

1033

1034

1036

1043

1044

1051 louver

1052 louver

1053 louver

1054 louver

1062 latilla

2023

2031 tambour

2032 tambour

2053

2093

2501

2502

2504

2523

5021

5022

1064 latilla

1071 latilla

1072 latilla

1076

1501

1502

1503

1504

1505

1506

1508

5521

5522

1510

1512

1515

1518

1524

1526

1533

1534

1536

1543

1544

1552

1553

1562 latilla

1564 latilla

1572

5018

5518

these DrawINgs s h o w o U r s ta N D a r D Door DesIgNs. all are avaIlaBle IN DIFFereNt sIzes, w I t h s e v e r a l o p tI o Ns I N cl UD I N g m at c h INg sIDelItes aND raDIUs tops. IF NoNe oF these styles FIt yoUr DesIgN NeeDs, we caN proDUce a cUstom DesIgN.

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glass styles

FreNch Door styles

3002

3003

3004

3005

3006

3008

3010

3012

3015

3016

3018

6001

6002

6003

6004

6005

6006

6008

6009

6010

6012

6015

3019

3021

3022

3031

3033

3034

3036

3044

3045

3046

3048

6018

6021

6023

6024

6026

6028

6031

6033

6034

6421

6423

3051

3054

3056

3057

3058

3076

3502

3503

3504

3505

3506

6424

6426

6428

6431

6433

6501

6502

6503

6504

6505

6506

3508

3510

3512

3515

3516

3518

3519

3521

3522

3524

3531

6508

6509

6510

6512

6515

6518

6521

6523

6524

6526

6528

3533

3534

3536

3544

3551

3554

3556

3557

3558

3576

4001

6531

6533

6534

6558

6921

6923

6924

6926

6928

6931

6933

4006

4009

4016

4054

4056

4058

4501

4506

4509

4516

4554

4556

4558

5001

5002

5003

5501

5502

5503

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sIDelIte styles

SL3002

SL3003

SL3004

SL3005

SL3006

SL3031

SL3032

SL3045

SL3051

SL3054

SL3076

SL3501

SL3502

SL3503

SL3504

SL3505

SL3531

SL3551

SL3554

SL4011

SL4021

SL4031 tambour

SL4032

SL4041

SL4046

SL4511

SL4521

SL4531 tambour

SL4532

SL6001

SL6002

SL6003

SL6004

SL6005

SL6006

SL6009

SL6027

SL6028

SL6029

SL6030

SL6031

SL6427

SL6428

SL6429

SL6430

SL6431

SL6502

SL6503

SL6504

SL6505

SL6506

SL6527

SL6528

SL6529

SL6530

SL6531

SL6927

SL6928

SL6929

SL6930

SL6931

m at c h I N g s I D e l I t e s to complemeNt all oF oUr Door moDels.

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single / paired radius top doors
Any of our door designs can be manufactured with a radius top. Choose from standard flat or true-arch
F l at- a r c h t o p trUe-arch top

An arch that begins at the top of the door and is considerably less rounded than a true-arch top. The top is curved in a radius equal to the width of the door; for example, a Flat-Arch Top door having a width of 3 feet would have a top rail outside radius of 36 inches. To calculate the distance from the springline to the apex, multiply the product’s width by .134

An arch that is truly rounded on top, with no angles. The top is curved in a radius equal to half the width of the door; for example, a true-arch top door having a width of 3 feet would have a top rail outside radius of 18 inches.

tops or more custom Gothic or elliptical-arch tops.

top-raIl arch top

A top rail with a squared top edge and an inside radius bottom edge. The radius of a top-rail arch varies depending upon the width of the door, but the distance between the high point of the radius and the top edge of the rail will always be the same width as the stile.

two INDIvIDUal top-raIl arches

t o p - r a I l a r c h pa I r ( c o m m o N - a r c h )

gothIc-arch top

elIpse-arch top

If two top-rail arch doors are ordered, each will come with a standard single door top rail arch as shown above.

When the doors are to be paired together, many individuals actually want a common arch—one that incorporates both doors into one arch rather than featuring a separate arch on each door. Please note doors will come without a common arch unless you specifically request one. (Note: on most door designs only top rail will be arched.)

A narrow, pointed opening is the hallmark of a Gothic arch. The Gothic arch developed as a more sinuous and elegant successor to the Roman arch and was widely used in cathedrals of the Middle Ages such as Notre Dame in Paris.

Elliptical arches have two distinct radii; a gentle radius in the center with a tighter radius in the corners. This style of arch is often associated with bringing an elegant and lavish feel to a home.

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arts & craFts

classIc

moUlDINg

arts & craFts

classIc

r o c k y m o U N ta I N

a r t s & c r a F t s / F l at pa N e l

c l a s s I c / c l a s s I c pa N e l

s o N o r a N F l U s h / h I p r a I s e D pa N e l

a r t s & c r a F t s / p l a N k pa N e l

c l a s s I c / p l a N k pa N e l

r o c k y m o U N ta I N / p l a N k pa N e l

a r t s & c r a F t s / F l at pa N e l (INterIor Door)

c l a s s I c / c l a s s I c pa N e l (INterIor Door) c r a F t e D m o U l D I N g / c l a s s I c pa N e l

a r t s & c r a F t s / p l a N k pa N e l (INterIor Door)

c l a s s I c / p l a N k pa N e l (INterIor Door)

r o c k y m o U N ta I N / p l a N k pa N e l (INterIor Door)

moUlDINgs p l a N k pa N e l D o o r s / D e ta I l s r o c k y m o U N ta I N IrIsh

pa N e l D o o r s

s pa N I s h m o U l D I N g / h I p r a I s e D pa N e l r o c k y m o U N ta I N / s r . pa N e l I r I s h / h I p r a I s e D pa N e l

F r e N c h m o U l D I N g / p l a N k pa N e l

s pa N I s h m o U l D I N g / p l a N k pa N e l

c r a F t e D m o U l D I N g / p l a N k pa N e l

mIssIoN
r o c k y m o U N ta I N / j r . pa N e l F r e N c h m o U l D I N g / h I p r a I s e D pa N e l F I N a m o U l D I N g / p l a N k pa N e l s o N o r a N F l U s h / p l a N k pa N e l

s ta N D a r D p l a N k pa N e l ( v - g r o o v e ) – D e ta I l
m I s s I o N / c l a s s I c pa N e l r o c k y m o U N ta I N / s r . pa N e l (INterIor Door)

r a N D o m k e r F c U t p l a N k pa N e l – D e ta I l

F I N a m o U l D I N g / j r . pa N e l r o c k y m o U N ta I N / j r . pa N e l (INterIor Door) a N y o F t h e s e s t I c k I N g a N D pa N e l proFIles are avaIlaBle oN aNy oF o U r D o o r s . c h o o s e w h at B e s t meets yoUr DesIgN crIterIa. e v e N ly D I v I D e D v - g r o o v e p l a N k r a N D o m ly p l a c e D 1/8 " I N c h k e r F c U t s

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arts & craFts

classIc

r o c k y m o U N ta I N

arts & craFts trUe DIvIDeD lIte (tDl)

classIc trUe DIvIDeD lIte (tDl)

r o c k y m o U N ta I N trUe DIvIDeD lIte (tDl)

arts & craFts

classIc

r o c k y m o U N ta I N

arts & craFts

classIc

r o c k y m o U N ta I N

arts & craFts / eUropeaN Narrow stIle

classIc / eUropeaN Narrow stIle

r o c k y m o U N ta I N (INterIor Door)

arts & craFts (INterIor Door)

classIc (INterIor Door)

r o c k y m o U N ta I N (INterIor Door)

F r e N c h m U t t I N B a r D e ta I l

s I m U l at e D D I v I D e D l I t e ( s D l )

IrIsh

arts & craFts (INterIor Door)

classIc (INterIor Door)

glass Doors

IrIsh

moUlDINgs

classIc sDl

IrIsh ( a v a I l a B l e s I N g l e g l a z e D o N ly )

IrIsh available single glazed only

FreNch moUlDINg

Newport sDl

IrIsh (INterIor Door)

IrIsh (INterIor Door)

s pa N I s h m o U l D I N g

mIssIoN

fpo
mIssIoN craFteD moUlDINg

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glass optIoNs
Let the light peek in or shine brightly, depending upon the style and size of the glass options you choose. Beyond their beauty, Glass Options offer practical benefits as well: glazing options that save heating and cooling costs, reduce sound, as well as increase stability, depending upon your home environment and weather conditions.
clear ( s ta N D a r D ) clear BeveleD

D e c o r at I v e w o o D I N l ay s

An unobstructed, clear pane of glass, allowing you to see with crystal clarity.

A carefully beveled edge on this glass creates a more refined and polished look.

seeDy

kokomo seeDy

solarBaN® 60, low-e & s U N g at e ® 5 0 0

An unobstructed pane, this glass has a higher UV rating than clear, significantly reducing the UV wavelengths that pass through.

Tiny little air bubbles give Seedy glass an authentic, historic look, harkening back to gaslights and lanterns of the 1800’s. Not available in tempered, this glass is suitable for applications where extreme heat is not an issue.

As if years of sandstorms had etched and worn its surface, Kokomo Seedy glass contains tiny air bubbles, giving it a classically weathered look with some visibility and ample light.

glUe chIp a q U at e x ®

Soft, wavy and reminiscent of rippling water, Aquatex allows you to see through while enhancing privacy as well.

With a finely etched pattern created by master artisans, Glue Chip glass has a handcrafted look that is distinctive, allowing for privacy and light.

raIN™

As if streams of water were gently running down the glass, Rain glass captures a sense of vibrancy, movement and light.

m at l U x

a l l D o o r g l a s s c o m e s s ta N D a r D 5/8 " c l e a r t e m p e r e D D U a l - g l a z e D . ( s o m e s I z e l I m I tat I o N s m ay e x I s t. ) B r e at h e r t U B e s a r e r e q U I r e D o N a l l D o o r s I N s ta l l e D at o r a B o v e 4 , 0 0 0 F e e t. tempereD aND UNtempereD glass, wheN placeD Next to each other, wIll appear to have a s l I g h t c o l o r v a r I at I o N . g l a s s s h o w N w a s p h o t o g r a p h e D a g a I N s t a g r ay B a c k g r o U N D . a l l g l a s s e x c e p t F o r B r o N z e t I N t a N D g r ay tINt wIll appear clear.

sqUare wooD plUg (¾" × ¾")

B U t t e r F ly p l U g ( 3 ½ " × 2 ³⁄8 " )

Sandblasted, white glass, Matlux provides illumination and retains privacy at the same time.

reeD

Graphic elegance in an obscure glass texture with a parallel reed pattern.

Reminiscent of the solid wood plugs used to unite the corner joints of hand-crafted doors before the modern ‘concealed dowel’ was invented, Square Wood Plug inlays honor a time-honored tradition and capture a look that’s beauty is in the details.

Harkening back to the Old-World wood joinery methods, Butterfly Plug inlays exude an old-style grace and respect for the artisan’s distinctive touch.

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s p e a k e a s y c o N F I g U r at I o N

Door wIth glass

g l a s s o N ly

D o o r o N ly

F l at pa N e l

r a I s e D pa N e l

s t e p 1 s e l e c t c o N F I g U r at I o N

step 2 select Door type

exterIor vIew

exterIor vIew

exterIor vIew

F l at a r c h

sqUare top

speakeasy Door

speakeasy glass

speakeasy glass

speakeasy Door

Frame

Frame

Frame

Door

Door

Door

speakeasy door not weather-tight

step 3 select Door shape

grIlle

speakeasy
Like the small door hatches seen in the Speakeasies of the secretive 1920’s, the Speakeasy is a small, eye-level opening in your door, enabling you to see who is outside without opening the door. It’s not only a lovely historical architectural detail, but a practical form of security as well.

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step 4 aDD optIoN

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Fin i s h e s , spe cies & t ex t u re s

The time-worn, rugged charm of the Wild West? The rich, Old World grandeur of Europe? Or the polished elegance of a more modern time and place? The wood species, finish and textures you select for your door capture a distinctive feel and look, while enhancing its durability. At Architectural Traditions, we continue to use these traditional, time-intensive processes to uncover the most unique characteristics in your wood and design a door that is unparalleled. Step into your own style with Architectural Traditions.

s ta n d a r d

“glaze”

finishing process
Nothing compares to the warm, smooth, silky glow of natural wood. It’s inviting to the eye and pleasing to the touch. We’ve spent years perfecting our exclusive Rubbed-Oil Finish System to bring out the patina and richness of every piece of wood. Based on a practice that’s been used by expert artisans for centuries, this is a time-intensive process that simply can’t be rushed by modern methods. Over the course of five to ten days, we apply multiple coats of oils, color solutions and sealers, allowing each to penetrate the wood. This infusion of finish materials creates a look that not only reveals the wood’s radiance, it strengthens and protects it. With this process, there is no surface film to crack, peel or blotch. Our finishing process also insures easy maintenance.
p h O t O s a B O V e s h O W s ta n d a r d c O u n t r Y B r O W n F i n i s h W i t h a n d W i t h O u t “ g l a z e ” . t h i s p r O c e s s i s a V a i l a B l e O n a n Y O F O u r F i n i s h e s .

glazing process
We’ve refined our Finishing process by creating color solutions and natural glazing tones to highlight the beauty of the grain, its unique luster, and to add depth and dimension to your door’s design. Glazing can be added to any of our standard finish colors. This process subtly highlights the mouldings and panel profiles and artfully emphasizes any distresses.

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species and finishes
Rincon Rustico Light Country Black Rubbed Blue

Whether you want the ruggedly handsome feel of Incense Cedar or the rich and elegant style of Mahogany, the wood you choose will determine how your door looks, and lasts over time. At Architectural Traditions, we are proud of the fact that each piece we produce is unique. In fact, we consider knots, raised grain highlights and other details to be beautiful attributes that highlight the rare, handcrafted beauty of our products. You can enhance and

incense cedar WireBrushed
Native to California, southwestern Oregon, and western Nevada, Incense Cedar is exceptionally resistant to environmental deterioration, with an innate strength that makes it split-, bow-, warp- and cupresistant. No wonder it has been used for centuries in demanding applications such as fencing, patio decks and siding. But, Incense Cedar’s remarkable range of refreshing pastel colors makes it a beautiful and bold chameleon when it comes to doors as well. With so many interesting color variations, Incense Cedar allows you to achieve hues and looks unsurpassed by other species. For a rough, rustic surface, with minimal maintenance, choose our Wirebrushed texture. For structural integrity knots are filled with epoxy. Country Brown Spanish Copper Driftwood Tuscan Green

Country Black

Country

Rustico Red

Rubbed White

Rubbed Red

emphasize the special beauty of wood with finishes in both custom and standard tones, such as Burnt Caramel, Glazed Red Mahogany, or Burnt Mocha. Or select from our

Traditional

Copper Base

Special Walnut

unique surface textures and distresses, such as European Distress, Antique Distress and more, to add character and authenticity to your doors.

Dune Gray

Cherry

Barnwood

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incense cedar sanded
With a more refined, polished look than Wirebrushed Cedar, Sanded Incense Cedar has a beautiful rhythm with unique fluctuations and distinct variations in color and grain. Though it requires more maintenance because the grain will raise with time and exposure, Sanded Incense Cedar is an elegant wood choice that offers endless possibilities and imaginative looks. For structural integrity knots are filled with epoxy.

Glazed Red Mahogany

Glazed Walnut

Rubbed White

Tuscan Green

Rustico Red

Country Black

Rubbed Blue

Rubbed Red

Dune Gray

Redwood Brown

Driftwood

Rincon

Rustico

Barnwood

Country

Red Walnut

Light Country Black

Country Brown

Red Mahogany

Tuscan Walnut

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fpo

Vertical grain dOuglas Fir
The inner beauty of Douglas Fir, including its exceptional stability and strength, is matched only by its outer beauty: a close-grained pattern combined with a light rosy color that darkens to a spectacular, rich red-brown color over time. At Architectural Traditions, we recommend Clear Vertical Grain Douglas Fir, the highest quality grade available, because it responds so beautifully to the hands of the expert craftsman as well as virtually any finishing process. In fact, nothing matches the smooth, glossy tone reflective of Vertical Grain Douglas Fir.

Traditional

Redwood Brown

Special Walnut

Dune Gray

Cherry

Tuscan Walnut

Light Country Brown

Red Mahogany

Burnt Mocha

Country Brown

Light Country Black

Glazed Walnut

Dark Country Brown “Glaze”

Burnt Caramel

Rubbed White

Rincon Potassium

Spanish

Rubbed Red

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knOttY alder & select alder
With its beautifully straight grain and even textures, Alder’s light tan hue and density enable it to accept stain quite well, making it a veritable chameleon. With a clear finish, it captures a light and fresh feel; with a dark stain, it exudes a rich Walnut tone. Choose from Knotty Alder, with its characteristic knots, or Select Alder, our premium quality grade, which is more refined with occasional small knots. For structural integrity knots are filled with epoxy.

Country Brown

Driftwood

Light Country Black

Red Walnut

Traditional

Light Country Brown

Redwood Brown

Red Mahogany

Rincon

Rincon Potassium

Country Brown “Glaze”

Barnwood

Burnt Caramel

Spanish

Tuscan Walnut

Glazed Walnut

Rustico

Special Walnut

Burnt Mocha

Country Black

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Redwood Brown “Glaze”

Redwood Brown

Cherry “Glaze”

mahOganY
One of the most stable hardwoods, Mahogany varies in color from yellowish and pinkish tones to reddish brown. Irregularities in its rich grain can create distinctively attractive figures giving Mahogany a beautiful feel, full of lovely surprises and discoveries. What’s more, Mahogany polishes to a high luster, making it a favorite among many. Cherry Traditional Dark Mahogany

Redwood Brown

Dark Mahogany

Dark Mahongany “Glaze”

Redwood Brown “Glaze”

Dark Mahogany “Glaze”

Light Country Black

character cherrY & cherrY
Cherry Dark Spanish Light CountryBlack Prized for its natural luster and rich, warm glow, Cherry is a premium American hardwood which varies in color from light to deep red-brown. Strong, moderately heavy and hard, this wood has a consistently high quality grain, color and width. Thin gum pockets and cluster knots are common, along with random streaks of blond sapwood. These characteristics , which add distinctiveness, are even more frequent in our Character Cherry.

Cherry “Glaze”

Dark Spanish “Glaze”

Tuscan Walnut

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character Walnut & Walnut
Walnut, which varies in color from light to dark brown, is noted for its beautiful straight grain character, producing more distinctive figure variation than any other wood. Our Character Walnut offers larger and more frequent knots, some of which are filled with black epoxy to eliminate light penetration through the wood. Over time, Walnut develops a lustrous patina. What’s more it is heavy, hard, strong, and extremely shock resistant, making it suitable for many applications and finishes.

Traditional

Light Country Black

Country Brown

Tuscan Walnut

Barnwood

rustic Oak
Nothing compares to the antique charm of Rustic White Oak. Knots, natural imperfections and vertical grain give it an unpretentious warmth that is welcoming every time you walk through your doors. Light Country Black

Driftwood

Burnt Caramel

Country Brown

Burnt Mocha

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sanded

regular distress

heaVY sanded regular distress

standard door textures
Our hand-sanded textures are artfully designed to soften the wood’s edges, creating an elegantly crafted look. And our wirebrushed textures, which duplicate the
s ta n d a r d t e x t u r e s

Hand-sanded textures, standard on all our woods except Cedar, create a smoother, more polished surface that flatters the grain and emphasizes the natural beauty of the wood. It’s a more formal and sophisticated look that’s highly versatile as well.

Featuring top impressions with scratches, wormholes and small nicks and gouges, Regular Distress gives an authentically worn look to your door’s surface. It’s a subtle look perfect for Arts & Crafts, Prairie style and Modern Country.

Featuring an even sanded surface texture with random broken edges combined with top impressions for contrast, Heavy Sanded/Regular Distress has even more dimension, for a style that showcases the wood grain gracefully. Prairie style, Bauhaus, Arts & Crafts and Saxon styles complement this look ideally.

highlight the wonderful patterns and grains in your wood. Choose the one that brings out the beauty of the wood—and your style—perfectly.

WireBrushed

character mark textures

natural weathering process,

eurOpean distress

Available only on Cedar, this time-honored technique brings vibrance and energy to the wood by duplicating the natural weathering process to accentuate the wood pattern and grain. Standard with our Cedar wood, Wirebrushing requires less maintenance than our Sanded textures. Its rough, rustic durability is both charming and reminiscent of an older time.

Featuring small, random indentations throughout the surface, along with randomly worn, rolled edges on a smoother, polished surface, European Distress captures a look that is Old World and refined in one, and that complements virtually every architectural style.

character mark textures
Enhance our standard textures with these subtle surface impressions, which suggest a past life filled with interesting stories and adventures. Character marks create a sense of natural aging, and infuse your door with distinction and authenticity, rarely found in other doors.

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r O c k Y m O u n ta i n d i s t r e s s

arizOna distress

light antique distress

antique distress

Achieve a more informal feel with Rocky Mountain Distress. Here, we use heavy planing and a wide, deep knife to create a distinctive wave feature along with light chatter impressions on top. It looks at home in more relaxed Spanish, Alpine and French Country environments.

Lightly planed with a wide flat knife for a more subtle wave appearance and chatter impressions, Arizona Distress conveys simple charm and hominess that transcends many styles—from French Chateau to Colorado Lodge.

Heavily planed with a narrow, deep knife for a visibly distinctive wave and chatter impressions, Light Antique Distress captures the light and dimension of the wood grain. Whatever your architectural style, this option gives your door an olden time grace and sense of history.

Similar to Light Antique Distress, this option also includes deep veins embedded into the wood for an aging effect that is highly textured, quite lovely and undeniably authentic. Perfect with architecture that conveys an Old World sensibility.

heWn textures

s a n ta B a r B a r a d i s t r e s s

tucsOn craFted

hand-planed

Chiseled, scraped and sanded with light impressions, Santa Barbara Distress captures a naturally worn feel, best on Incense Cedar with a glazed finish.

Hand-hewn with scalloped details, Tucson Crafted evokes a feeling reminiscent of pounded copper. From Renaissance to Neo-Classical to Art Nouveau, this distress works well with them all.

Diagonal Hand Planes emphasize the nuances of the wood grain, and give your door a carefully handcrafted feel, equally at home in modern and rustic farmhouse style architecture.

hewn textures
We offer a variety of HandHewn textures using planes, chisels and scrape knives to create deeper textures that are more tactile, then we enhance them further with subtly varied impression marks. At Architectural Traditions, these options give your wood a much more storied past and sense of time—filled with variation and dimension.

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S w i n gi n g door Sy St e m S

Beautiful wood doors that swing open majestically, and beckon you inside? Romantic French doors that welcome the outside breeze inside your home? Swinging Door Systems from Architectural Traditions create an instantaneous feeling and set the tone of a room. Whether you want to capture a mood that is Old World and cozy or refreshingly modern, Architectural Traditions has the Swinging Door System that reflects the essence of your style.

surround systems
Surround your doors with an artistic band of glass to design a distinctively impressive entry system. Our surround systems are available in flat-arch top and true-arch top configurations with your choice of glass. Customize your system with wood panels to create a one-of-a-kind look .
Sidelite Surround door SyStem entry door SyStem with tranSom

3031-TA French Moulding Rocky Mountain Sr. Panel Knotty Alder Light Country Black / Rocky Mountain Distress 6421 SL4041 (sidelite) Arts & Crafts Plank Knotty Alder Light Country Black / Regular Distress
all entry SyStemS are available w i t h m at c h i n g t r a n S o m S . c h o o S e f r o m S q u a r e t o p, a r c h t o p a n d m u lt i p l e g l a S S o p t i o n S .

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2502 SL4011 (sidelite) French Moulding with Plank Panel Rustic Oak Burnt Caramel / Light Antique Distress
optionS

Flat-Arch Speakeasy Random kerf-cut plank panel 1018 SL3006 (sidelite) Rocky Mountain Sr. Mahogany Cherry “Glaze” / Regular Distress
optionS

Speakeasy, Speakeasy grille, Clavos (#4540)

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Unlike most sidelites, which are permanently closed, Architectural Traditions has created Operating Sidelite Systems (OPS) which feature sidelites that open up, allowing beautiful breezes to flow in and out of your home, for a delightfully fresh look and feel. Choose your comfort level with either our full-length operating sidelite or our half-length Dutch operating sidelite. All jamb components, weatherstripping, hinges and sidelite operating hardware is included. What’s more you can select any standard door and sidelite and convert them into this unique approach.

o u t S w i n g w e at h e r Stripped Sidelite with concealed friction hingeS or butt hingeS with K e l ly S tay ( o n arch-top unitS).

handforged SaSh locKS Keep SideliteS Secure when cloSed.

EX3076 SL3076 (sidelite) Walnut Country Brown “Glaze”/ Rocky Mountain Distress
optionS interior hinged wood Screen with m a g n e t l at c h .

Flat Arch

opS dutch

full Sidelite

Single Sidelite

pa i r S i d e l i t e S

pa i r d o o r S w i t h S i d e l i t e S

Single Sidelite

pa i r S i d e l i t e S

pa i r d o o r S w i t h S i d e l i t e S

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fpo
Single door pa i r e d d o o r S Single door / Single Sidelite Single door / Single Sidelite Single door / two SideliteS pa i r e d d o o r S / two SideliteS

Square

eX1 Sq

eX2 Sq

eX3 Sq

eX4 Sq

eX5 Sq

eX6 Sq

f l at a r c h

e X 1 fa

e X 2 fa

e X 3 fa

e X 4 fa

e X 5 fa

e X 6 fa

true arch

e X 1 ta

e X 2 ta

e X 3 ta

e X 4 ta

e X 5 ta

e X 6 ta

Ensure the smoothest possible installation of your door when you select our prehung, all-in-one package, available for all of our door styles. Including all the necessary components, such as solid wood jambs, casings, weatherstripping, hinges and your choice of sill type, every part has been meticulously machined by hand to guarantee a correct fit. The final result? A grand door system that looks beautiful and works perfectly in your home.

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prehung jamb

eXterior rabetted jamb

i n t e r i o r f l at j a m b

e X t e n S i o n f l u S h b o lt S i n S ta l l e d ( i n pa i r S )

1¼" rabetted S o l i d m at c h i n g w o o d jamb with compreSSion w e at h e r S t r i p p i n g ( S ta n d a r d )

jamb head

1¼" S ta n d a r d

1½ " o p t i o n

¾ " S ta n d a r d

1¼" o p t i o n

S o l i d m at c h i n g wood aStragal with compreSSion w e at h e r S t r i p p i n g at ta c h e d t o inactive door

jamb leg

1¼" S ta n d a r d

1½" o p t i o n

¾" S ta n d a r d

1¼" o p t i o n

thicKer jambS are available

commercial-grade Square-corner ball bearing hingeS

S ta n d a r d S o l i d m u l l p o S t

Spread mullpoSt (optional)

door door

mullpoSt

Sidelite Sidelite

choice of SillS to enSure tight fit and pleaSing aeStheticS

2 0 m i n u t e f i r e - r at e d d o o r S y S t e m

20 minute fire-rated doors available in two, three and four panel door designs. Up to 3' × 8' in size.

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SillS
a l u m i nu m a d j u Sta b l e i nSw i ng Si l l

trim
Style Style

door hingeS
Streamline
finiSh

San Carlos

Oil-rubbed Bronze (US10B)
interior

aluminum outSwing Sill

finiSh Style Style

Colonial

Traditional

Antique Nickel (US15A)

Solid mahogany inSwing

american-made, commercial grade, Square-cornered, ball bearing hingeS

Style

door thicKneSS

hinge SiZe

Alpine
a l S o a v a i l a b l e i n 7 ¾ " w i dt h

Style

Santa Fe

Interior Interior Exterior Exterior

1⅜" 1¾" 1¾" 2¼"+

3½" × 3½" 4" × 4" 4½" × 4½" 5" × 5"

Solid mahogany outSwing

Style

Style

Metropolitan
hydroSill

2¼" Flat

e X t e n S i o n f l u S h b o lt S

eXterior

Style

Style

commercial ada Sill

Brick Mould

Stucco Mould
finiSh

Brushed Stainless

door bottomS / drip capS

Style

5¼" Flat

finiSh

Oil-Rubbed Bronze

aluminum door bottom / drip cap

wood drip cap

eXterior trim Shipped looSe

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interior view

S i l l & r o l l e r a S S e m b ly

handle

Specially designed outswing sill sheds water away from the unit. Ball bearing roller assembly for smooth operation.

Used to open and close doors into position.

bronZe eXtenSion f l u S h b o lt

Expand your living space and transform it into a true indoor/outdoor haven with our Exterior Bifolding Systems. Available from three-door up to eight-door systems, you can create a small entrance or the grand thoroughfare of your dreams, with opening widths from seven feet to twenty-four feet and heights up to ten feet. Choose from any of our door models, and tailor them to your taste.

Secures the doors in place when closed.

*Standard hardware finish is bronze; stainless steel available on request. Jambs, casing, weatherstripping and all bifold hardware is included. Door lock is sold separately. This system ships disassembled and requires field assembly and installation.

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Straight

cornering

radiuS

head

jamb

S ta n d a r d S i l l

fluSh tracK Sill

c o n f i g u r at i o n S

minimum radiuS 175" o n ly a v a i l a b l e w i t h f l u S h t r a c K

maXimum door width 39"

maXimum door height 120"

door thicKneSS 1¾" or 2¼"

d e ta i l S p e c i f i c at i o n S

3 doorS

4 doorS

5 doorS

6 doorS

exterior bifolding system
Our premier folding door system, these doors are specially designed with generous proportions and larger dimensions for medium to large homes, as well as offices. Customized hardware
configurations means even the heaviest of add copy block about
door planS
7 doorS

2l1r 1l2r 0l3r 3l0r

1l3r 3l1r 2 l 2 r* 0 l 4 r* 4 l 0 r*

1l4r 4l1r 3l2r 2l3r 0l5r 5l0r

1l5r 5l1r 2l4r 4l2r 3l3r 6l0r 0l6r

8 doorS

these doors can be moved smoothly and simply with the touch of finger. What’s more, our Exterior Bifolding Systems are tailored to improve privacy and security. Screw fixings are concealed and hinged caps are held tight by hidden fasteners.
eXterior view
*not operable from eXterior

1l6r 6l1r 5l2r 2l5r 3l4r 4l3r

1l7r 7l1r 6l2r 2l6r 3l5r 5l3r 4l4r

0l7r 8 l 0 r* 7l0r 0 l 8 r*

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S l i d i n g d o or Sy St em S

When it comes to ease of operation and space efficiency, nothing matches the versatility and attractiveness of our Sliding Door Systems. And any of our glass doors can be transformed to create this sleek and modern design that’s ideal for patios and garden areas. Choose from our Magnum or Lift / Slide Sliding Door Systems in a conventional or pocketing application, dependent upon your specific climate and space needs.

magnum (conventional)

1¾" d o o r S

2¼" d o o r S

jamb leg

Flush screen latch in oil-rubbed bronze

Sill

header

S l i d i n g d o o r c o n f i g u r at i o n o p t i o n S

2 doorS Xo

Solid bronze handle and mortise lock standard
3 doorS oXX
two active d o o r pa n e l S , n o Screen

interior view

4 doorS oXXo

Our premium sliding door system, our Magnum Conventional works beautifully with any of our glass door styles and comes complete with an elegant mahogany wood sill, screen doors, sliding door hardware and lock. Available with 1¾" or 2¼" thick doors, and door panels that are up to 4' wide and up to 10’ in height.

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magnum (pocKet)

1¾"

2¼ "

tracKS

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S i l l pa n r e q u i r e d at i n S ta l l at i o n

¾" tracK

13/16 " t r a c K

Oil-rubbed bronze flush trim with commercial grade mortise pocket lock
Single pocKet 2 doorS

optionS

S l i d i n g d o o r c o n f i g u r at i o n o p t i o n S

double pocKet

interior view

3 doorS

4 doorS

Based on the same design and engineering as our Magnum conventional, but with a flush track system in place of a wood mahogany sill, these systems can be built with single or double pocket with any number of door panels to fit and complement your opening. Individual door panels can be sized up to 4' in width and 10' in height. Both 1¾" or 2¼" door thickness available. Units come complete with jambs, plywood pockets and all necessary sliding track and hardware.
6 doorS 5 doorS

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lift / Slide (conventional)

2¼" doorS

jamb leg

Flush screen latch in oil-rubbed bronze

Sill

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S l i d i n g d o o r c o n f i g u r at i o n o p t i o n S

2 doorS Xo

interior view

Oil-rubbed bronze European Lift/Slide handle

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t w o a c t i v e d o o r pa n e l S , no Screen

4 doorS oXXo

For the ultimate in weather-tight performance, security and ease of operation, this sliding door system utilizes European hardware to lower the door onto the sill when in the closed position, creating a weather-tight seal, unmatched by traditional sliding systems. Available in all of our glass door styles with individual door panels up to 4' wide and 10' tall, doors must be 2¼" thick. Ships complete with all jambs, screen doors, weather-stripping and hardware.

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lift / Slide (pocKeted)
¾" tracK

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optionS

13/16 " t r a c K

tracKS

S i l l pa n r e q u i r e d at i n S ta l l at i o n

Removable pocket handle located on the interior of each door panel
2 doorS

S l i d i n g d o o r c o n f i g u r at i o n o p t i o n S

Single pocKet

double pocKet

eXterior view

3 doorS

4 doorS

5 doorS

Utilizing the same hardware as our Lift/Slide Conventional, this system uses flush track technology to “pocket” into any wall. Versatile hardware handles can be easily removed so doors can literally disappear. Individual door panels can be sized up to 4' in width and 10' in height. Both 1¾" or 2¼" door thickness available. Units come complete with jambs, plywood pockets and all necessary sliding track and hardware.

6 doorS

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windows

At Architectural Traditions, our all-wood windows have a carefully crafted, Old World look created from the unmatched stability of Mahogany, Vertical Grain Douglas Fir and Incense Cedar woods. Combined with our finest engineering and hardware, we bring you a final product that is not only remarkably solid and stunningly beautiful, but durable and easy to maintain long into the future. We have our own foundry in which we produce multiple designs for our hardware line. What’s more, we offer a selection of wood textures that capture a range of styles: from Rustic to Country to Old World. Our signature Rubbed-Oil Finish highlights your wood’s radiant grain and brings it to a luminous luster. We invite you to choose from a variety of casements, double-hungs, sliders, geometrics or our exclusive Homestead series. Increase energy efficiency and maximize weather-resistance with our various glass types. Envision the potential of your windows to brighten every day, and open your home up to remarkable style.

exterior view ( r ight-hand vie w shown)

interior view with open hinged wood screen

Inspired by the charming, Old World windows of Europe, our exclusive Homestead Windows are carefully crafted casement windows using state-of-the-art engineering, manufacturing and hardware. Here, the best of both worlds, New and Old, come together.

JaMB sash screen glazing wood species hardware

1½" thick; 4⅜" wide (jamb extenders available). 1¾" thick on standard sizes; 2½" stiles and top rail; 3¼" bottom rails, Maximum width 3' 6", maximum height 8' 0". Hinged wood screen is standard. Rare earth magnet catch. Thickness 1⅛", width of frame 1¾", hinge 2½" × 2½"; screen ships with no pull. Standard ⅝" annealed clear dual-glazed with light bronze colored aluminum spacer. Incense Cedar, Mahogany or Vertical Grain Douglas Fir. Stainless steel friction hinges are standard except on all arch-top sashes and on square-top sashes larger than 3' wide or 6' in height, in which case a stainless steel stay and butt hinges are used.

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locks and screen pulls

a d d i t i o n a l f e at u r e s & o p t i o n s

s a s h l o c k ( s ta n d a r d )

sash lock & handforged screen pull finishes

handforged

Forged sash lock and strike is standard in Dark Bronze finish. Also available in five additional finish colors.

To see larger swatches please goto page 150 & 160

handforged screen pull ( s ta n d a r d )

AB

DB

BB

IH

IW

IRA
s ta i n l e s s s t e e l f r i c t i o n h i n g e s

sash lock (optional)

sash lock & pioneer screen pull finishes

Unique European austenitic stainless steel friction hinge designed to exceed the AAMA “high gust load rating.” In addition to exceeding this high performance standard, it also provides excellent weather-sealing from its asymmetrical metal point and cap, as well as smooth, reliable operation and adjustable friction settings.

pioneer

Sandcast sash lock and strike is standard in Silicon Dark finish. Also available in six additional finish colors.

To see larger swatches please go to page 140

SL
pioneer screen pull (optional)

SM

SD

WL

MP

DPA

BB

Butt hinges

Supplied with 3½" × 3½" commercial-grade, oil-rubbed bronze, solid brass, ball-bearing butt hinges and a single stainless steel stay with adjustable friction settings. All flat-arch-top and true-arch-top windows come standard with butt hinges. Square-top window sashes larger than 3' wide or 6' in height are supplied with butt hinges and a Kelly stay for structural integrity. Hinges are finished to match sash lock hardware.
M u lt i p o i n t t r i M ( o p t i o n a l )

M u lt i p o i n t h a r d w a r e

M u lt i - p o i n t l o c k

This concealed European locking mechanism offers multiple locking connections to ensure a tight seal. When this hardware is ordered, the stile and top rail widths increase to 3¼" and the jamb width to 6" to accommodate the hardware. 7 mm square spindle accommodates many manufacturers’ trim. The faceplate is available in Brushed Stainless only. Multipoint trim not included.

pull-down screen (option)

sash lock & pioneer screen pull finishes

To see larger swatches please go to page 140

pioneer screen pull (optional)

Screen assembly canister concealed in head of jamb covered by wood valance. Matching wood pull attached to screen rolls down black aluminum guide tracks on each side of window jamb, which is hidden by wood stops; charcoal screen color—minimum width 18"; minimum height 18"; maximium width 78"; maximum height 78". BB

SL

SM

SD

WL

MP

DPA

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s ta n d a r d s i z e s & l i t e B r e a k - u p

s e c t i o n d e ta i l s

h o r i z o n ta l l i t e B r e a k - u p

hoMestead hinged wood screen
2W

hoMestead pull down screen

1W
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2H

1' 6" × 2' 0" 1' 6" × 2' 6" 1' 6" × 3' 0"

1' 6½" × 2' ½" 1' 6½" × 2' 6½" 1' 6½" × 3' ½"

2' 0" × 2' 0" 2' 0" × 2' 6" 2' 0" × 3' 0" 2' 6" × 2' 0" 2' 6" × 2' 6" 2' 6" × 3' 0" 3' 0" × 2' 0" 3' 0" × 2' 6" 3' 0" × 3' 0"
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2' ½" × 2' ½" 2' ½" × 2' 6½" 2' ½" × 3' ½" 2' 6½" × 2' ½" 2' 6½" × 2' 6½" 2' 6½" × 3' ½" 3' ½" × 2' ½" 3' ½" × 2' 6 ½" 3' ½" × 3' ½"
rough opening

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3H

1' 6" × 3' 6" 1' 6" × 4' 0" 1' 6" × 4' 6"

1' 6½" × 3' 6½" 1' 6½" × 4' ½" 1' 6½" × 4' 6½"

2' 0" × 3' 6" 2' 0" × 4' 0" 2' 0" × 4' 6" 2' 6" × 3' 6" 2' 6" × 4' 0" 2' 6" × 4' 6" 3' 0" × 3' 6" 3' 0" × 4' 0" 3' 0" × 4' 6"
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2' ½" × 3' 6½" 2' ½" × 4' ½" 2' ½" × 4' 6½" 2' 6½" × 3' 6½" 2' 6½" × 4' ½" 2' 6½" × 4' 6½" 3' ½" × 3' 6½" 3' ½" × 4' ½" 3' ½" × 4' 6½"
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4H

1' 6" × 5' 0" 1' 6" × 5' 6" 1' 6" × 6' 0"

1' 6½" × 5' ½" 1' 6½" × 5' 6½" 1' 6½" × 6' ½"

2' 0" × 5' 0" 2' 0" × 5' 6" 2' 0" × 6' 0" 2' 6" × 5' 0" 2' 6" × 5' 6" 2' 6" × 6' 0" 3' 0" × 5' 0" 3' 0" × 5' 6" 3' 0" × 6' 0" All window sizes available as 1 Lites Custom lite cut configurations available

2' ½" × 5' ½" 2' ½" × 5' 6½" 2' ½" × 6' ½" 2' 6½" × 5' ½" 2' 6½" × 5' 6½" 2' 6½" × 6' ½" 3' ½" × 5' ½" 3' ½" × 5' 6½" 3' ½" × 6' ½"

M i n i M u M egress d i M e n s i o n s

*Butt hinge and stay 2' 6" × 3' 6" or 3' 6" × 2' 6" ** friction hinge 2' 9" × 3' 9" or 3' 6" × 2' 9"

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Due to its design, a casement window is very versatile. A side-hinged window makes the window very adaptable to many different architectural styles, and other operating windows don’t easily match its smooth operation. These windows can stand alone or be combined to form a wall of windows. Our traditional casement window features crank-out sash operation utilizing a concealed point dyad operator with
exterior view ( r ight-hand vie w shown) interior view ( s ta n d a r d f i x e d B r o n z e a l u M i n u M s c r e e n )

a multipoint locking system and standard lift-out aluminum screen.

JaMB sash screen glazing wood species hardware

1½" thick; 4⅜" wide (jamb extenders available). 1¾" thick on standard sizes; 2½" stiles and top rail; 3¼" bottom rails, Maximum width 3' 6", maximum height 8' 0". Bronze aluminum screen is standard. Interior aluminum lift-out screen with charcoal gray fiberglass mesh. Standard ⅝" clear dual-glazed with light bronze colored aluminum spacer. Incense Cedar, Mahogany or Vertical Grain Douglas Fir. Truth crank with dyad operator with lock, or with butt hinges on all arch-top sashes and on square-top sashes larger than 2' 6" wide or 3' 5" in height.

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traditional caseMent cranks

a d d i t i o n a l f e at u r e s & o p t i o n s

s ta n d a r d s i z e s & l i t e B r e a k - u p

s e c t i o n d e ta i l s

h o r i z o n ta l l i t e B r e a k - u p sash lock ( s ta n d a r d )

traditional aluMinuM screen
hinged wood screen (option)

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Standard Clay color shown. Also available in Iron Wrought.

Rare earth magnet catch. Thickness 1⅛", width of frame 1¾", hinge 2½" × 2½"; screen ships with no pull.

2H

1' 6" × 2' 0" 1' 6" × 2' 6" 1' 6" × 3' 0"

1' 6½" × 2' ½" 1' 6½" × 2' 6½" 1' 6½" × 3' ½"

2' 0" × 2' 0" 2' 0" × 2' 6" 2' 0" × 3' 0" 2' 6" × 2' 0" 2' 6" × 2' 6" 2' 6" × 3' 0" 3' 0" × 2' 0" 3' 0" × 2' 6" 3' 0" × 3' 0"
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2' ½" × 2' ½" 2' ½" × 2' 6½" 2' ½" × 3' ½" 2' 6½" × 2' ½" 2' 6½" × 2' 6½" 2' 6½" × 3' ½" 3' ½" × 2' ½" 3' ½" × 2' 6 ½" 3' ½" × 3' ½"
rough opening

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finishes

Available in two finishes. CLAY IW
pull-down screen (option)

3H

1' 6" × 3' 6" 1' 6" × 4' 0" 1' 6" × 4' 6"

1' 6½" × 3' 6½" 1' 6½" × 4' ½" 1' 6½" × 4' 6½"

sash locks

Screen assembly canister concealed in head of jamb covered by wood valance. Matching wood pull attached to screen rolls down black aluminum guide tracks on each side of window jamb, which is hidden by wood stops; screen color—charcoal, minimum width 18"; minimum height 18"; maximium width 78"; maximum height 78".
sash lock ( s ta n d a r d )

2' 0" × 3' 6" 2' 0" × 4' 0" 2' 0" × 4' 6" 2' 6" × 3' 6" 2' 6" × 4' 0" 2' 6" × 4' 6" 3' 0" × 3' 6" 3' 0" × 4' 0" 3' 0" × 4' 6"
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2' ½" × 3' 6½" 2' ½" × 4' ½" 2' ½" × 4' 6½" 2' 6½" × 3' 6½" 2' 6½" × 4' ½" 2' 6½" × 4' 6½" 3' ½" × 3' 6½" 3' ½" × 4' ½" 3' ½" × 4' 6½"
rough opening

traditional hinged screen

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rough opening

4H

1' 6" × 5' 0" 1' 6" × 5' 6" 1' 6" × 6' 0"

1' 6½" × 5' ½" 1' 6½" × 5' 6½" 1' 6½" × 6' ½"

2' 0" × 5' 0" 2' 0" × 5' 6" 2' 0" × 6' 0" 2' 6" × 5' 0" 2' 6" × 5' 6" 2' 6" × 6' 0" 3' 0" × 5' 0" 3' 0" × 5' 6" 3' 0" × 6' 0"

2' ½" × 5' ½" 2' ½" × 5' 6½" 2' ½" × 6' ½" 2' 6½" × 5' ½" 2' 6½" × 5' 6½" 2' 6½" × 6' ½" 3' ½" × 5' ½" 3' ½" × 5' 6½" 3' ½" × 6' ½"

Operation - standard color Clay. Optional Iron Highlight finish shown. Also available in Iron Wrought.

traditional pull down screen
M i n i M u M egress d i M e n s i o n s

Dyad operator 2' 6" × 3' 6" or 3' 6" × 2' 6" Single arm 3' 0" × 3' 6" or 4' 0" × 2' 6"
Butt hinges

Supplied with 3½" × 3½" commercial-grade butt hinges and a single arm operator. All flat-arch-top and true-arch-top windows come standard with butt hinges. Square-top window sashes larger than 2’ 6" in width and 3’ 5" in height are supplied with butt hinges and a single arm operator for structural integrity. Hinges are finished to match sash lock hardware.
finishes

All window sizes available as 1 Lites Custom lite cut configurations available

Available in two finishes. CLAY IW

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Fix your eyes on the outside world! Our spectacular selection of Fixed Picture Windows and Transoms, which do not open or close, allow you to create picturesque moments throughout your home and invite the outside in visually. Available in standard square top, flat arch, and true arch shapes—as well as custom shapes—you can tailor your windows size to your preferences: up to 6' × 10' or 60 sq. ft. (50-60 sq. ft. –one lite supplied with tempered glass only.) What a refreshing perspective.

JaMB sash glazing wood species

1½" thick; 4⅜" (jamb extenders available). 1¾" thick on standard sizes; 2¼" thick on oversized (larger than 6’ in height, or 36 sq ft) 2½" stiles and top rail; 3¼" bottom rails. Standard ⅝" clear dual-glazed with light bronze colored aluminum spacer. Incense Cedar, Mahogany or Vertical Grain Douglas Fir.

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s ta n d a r d s i z e s & l i t e B r e a k - u p
h o r i z o n ta l l i t e B r e a k - u p

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2W
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3W
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4W
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5W
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6W
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7W
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1’ 6” × 2’ 6” 1’ 6” × 3’ 0”

1’ 6 ½” × 2’ 6 ½” 1’ 6 ½” × 3’ ½”

2’ 0” × 2’ 6” 2’ 0” × 3’ 0” 2’ 6” × 2’ 6” 2’ 6” × 3’ 0” 3’ 0” × 2’ 6” 3’ 0” × 3’ 0”

3’ 6 ½” × 2’ 6 ½” 3’ 6 ½” × 3’ ½” 4’ ½” × 2’ 6 ½” 4’ ½” × 3’ ½” 4’ 6 ½” × 2’ 6 ½” 4’ 6 ½” × 3’ ½”
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2H

3' 6" × 2' 0" 3' 6" × 2' 6" 3' 6" × 3' 0" 4' 0" × 2' 0" 4' 0" × 2' 6" 4' 0" × 3' 0" 4' 6" × 2' 0" 4' 6" × 2' 6" 4' 6" × 3' 0"
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3' 6 ½" × 2' ½" 3' 6 ½" × 2' 6 ½" 3' 6 ½" × 3' ½" 4' ½" × 2' ½" 4' ½" × 2' 6 ½" 4' ½" × 3' ½" 4' 6 ½" × 2' ½" 4' 6 ½" × 2' 6 ½" 4' 6 ½" × 3' ½"
rough opening

5' 0" × 2' 0" 5' 0" × 2' 6" 5' 0" × 3' 0" 5' 6" × 2' 0" 5' 6" × 2' 6" 5' 6" × 3' 0" 6' 0" × 2' 0" 6' 0" × 2' 6" 6' 0" × 3' 0"
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5' ½" × 2' ½" 5' ½" × 2' 6 ½" 5' ½" × 3' ½" 5' 6 ½" × 2' ½" 5' 6 ½" × 2' 6 ½" 5' 6 ½" × 3' ½" 6' ½" × 2' ½" 6' ½" × 2' 6 ½" 6' ½" × 3' ½"
rough opening

6' 6" × 2' 6" 6' 6" × 3' 0" 7' 0" × 2' 6" 7' 0" × 3' 0" 7' 6" × 2' 6" 7' 6" × 3' 0"
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6' 6 ½" × 2' 6 ½" 6' 6 ½" × 3' ½" 7' ½" × 2' 6 ½" 7' ½" × 3' ½" 7' 6 ½" × 2' 6 ½" 7' 6 ½" × 3' ½"
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8' 0" × 2' 0" 8' 0" × 2' 6" 8' 0" × 3' 0" 8' 6" × 2' 0" 8' 6" × 2'6" 8' 6" × 3' 0" 9' 0" × 2' 0" 9' 0" × 2' 6" 9' 0" × 3' 0"
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8' ½" × 2' ½" 8' ½" × 2' 6 ½" 8' ½" × 3' ½" 8' 6 ½" × 2' ½" 8' 6 ½" × 2'6 ½" 8' 6 ½" × 3' ½" 9' ½" × 2' ½" 9' ½" × 2' 6 ½" 9' ½" × 3' ½"
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9' 6" × 2' 0" 9' 6" × 2' 6" 9' 6" × 3' 0" 10' 0" × 2' 0" 10' 0" × 2' 6" 10' 0" × 3' 0"

9' 6 ½" × 2' ½" 9' 6 ½" × 2' 6 ½" 9' 6 ½" × 3' ½" 10' ½" × 2' ½" 10' ½" × 2' 6 ½" 10' ½" × 3' ½"

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3H

1’ 6” × 3’ 6” 1’ 6” × 4’ 0” 1’ 6” × 4’ 6”

1’ 6 ½” × 3’ 6 ½” 1’ 6 ½” × 4’ ½” 1’ 6 ½” × 4’ 6 ½”

2’ 0” × 3’ 6” 2’ 0” × 4’ 0” 2’ 0” × 4’ 6” 2’ 6” × 3’ 6” 2’ 6” × 4’ 0” 2’ 6” × 4’ 6” 3’ 0” × 3’ 6” 3’ 0” × 4’ 0” 3’ 0” × 4’ 6”
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3’ 6 ½” × 3’ 6 ½” 3’ 6 ½” × 4’ ½” 3’ 6 ½” × 4’ 6 ½” 4’ ½” × 3’ 6 ½” 4’ ½” × 4’ ½” 4’ ½” × 4’ 6 ½” 4’ 6 ½” × 3’ 6 ½” 4’ 6 ½” × 4’ ½” 4’ 6 ½” × 4’ 6 ½”
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3' 6" × 3' 6" 3' 6" × 4' 0" 3' 6" × 4' 6" 4' 0" × 3' 6" 4' 0" × 4' 0" 4' 0" × 4' 6" 4' 6" × 3' 6" 4' 6" × 4' 0" 4' 6" × 4' 6"
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3' 6 ½" × 3' 6 ½" 3' 6 ½" × 4' ½" 3' 6 ½" × 4' 6 ½" 4' ½" × 3' 6 ½" 4' ½" × 4' ½" 4' ½" × 4' 6 ½" 4' 6 ½" × 3' 6 ½" 4' 6 ½" × 4' ½" 4' 6 ½" × 4' 6 ½"
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5' 0" × 3' 6" 5' 0" × 4' 0" 5' 0" × 4' 6" 5' 6" × 3' 6" 5' 6" × 4' 0" 5' 6" × 4' 6" 6' 0" × 3' 6" 6' 0" × 4' 0" 6' 0" × 4' 6"
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5' ½" × 3' 6 ½" 5' ½" × 4' ½" 5' ½" × 4' 6 ½" 5' 6 ½" × 3' 6 ½" 5' 6 ½" × 4' ½" 5' 6 ½" × 4' 6 ½" 6' ½" × 3' 6 ½" 6' ½" × 4' ½" 6' ½" × 4' 6 ½"
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6' 6" × 3' 6" 6' 6" × 4' 0" 6' 6" × 4' 6" 7' 0" × 3' 6" 7' 0" × 4' 0" 7' 0" × 4' 6" 7' 6" × 3' 6" 7' 6" × 4' 0" 7' 6" × 4' 6"
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6' 6 ½" × 3' 6 ½" 6' 6 ½" × 4' ½" 6' 6 ½" × 4' 6 ½" 7' ½" × 3' 6 ½" 7' ½" × 4' ½" 7' ½" × 4' 6 ½" 7' 6 ½" × 3' 6 ½" 7' 6 ½" × 4' ½" 7' 6 ½" × 4' 6 ½"
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8' 0" × 3' 6" 8' 0" × 4' 0" 8' 0" × 4' 6" 8' 6" × 3' 6" 8' 6" × 4' 0" 8' 6" × 4' 6" 9' 0" × 3' 6" 9' 0" × 4' 0" 9' 0" × 4' 6"
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8' ½" × 3' 6 ½" 8' ½" × 4' ½" 8' ½" × 4' 6 ½" 8' 6 ½" × 3' 6 ½" 8' 6 ½" × 4' ½" 8' 6 ½" × 4' 6 ½" 9' ½" × 3' 6 ½" 9' ½" × 4' ½" 9' ½" × 4' 6 ½"
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9' 6" × 3' 6" 9' 6" × 4' 0" 9' 6" × 4' 6" 10' 0" × 3' 6" 10' 0" × 4' 0" 10' 0" × 4' 6"

9' 6 ½" × 3' 6 ½" 9' 6 ½" × 4' ½" 9' 6 ½" × 4' 6 ½" 10' ½" × 3' 6 ½" 10' ½" × 4' ½" 10' ½" × 4' 6 ½"

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4H

1’ 6” × 5’ 0” 1’ 6” × 5’ 6” 1’ 6” × 6’ 0”

1’ 6 ½” × 5’ ½” 1’ 6 ½” × 5’ 6 ½” 1’ 6 ½” × 6’ ½”

2’ 0” × 5’ 0” 2’ 0” × 5’ 6” 2’ 0” × 6’ 0” 2’ 6” × 5’ 0” 2’ 6” × 5’ 6” 2’ 6” × 6’ 0” 3’ 0” × 5’ 0” 3’ 0” × 5’ 6” 3’ 0” × 6’ 0”
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3’ 6 ½” × 5’ ½” 3’ 6 ½” × 5’ 6 ½” 3’ 6 ½” × 6’ ½” 4’ ½” × 5’ ½” 4’ ½” × 5’ 6 ½” 4’ ½” × 6’ ½” 4’ 6 ½” × 5’ ½” 4’ 6 ½” × 5’ 6 ½” 4’ 6 ½” × 6’ ½”
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3' 6" × 5' 0" 3' 6" × 5' 6" 3' 6" × 6' 0" 4' 0" × 5' 0" 4' 0" × 5' 6" 4' 0" × 6' 0" 4' 6" × 5' 0" 4' 6" × 5' 6" 4' 6" × 6' 0"
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3' 6 ½" × 5' ½" 3' 6 ½" × 5' 6 ½" 3' 6 ½" × 6' ½" 4' ½" × 5' ½" 4' ½" × 5' 6 ½" 4' ½" × 6' ½" 4' 6 ½" × 5' ½" 4' 6 ½" × 5' 6 ½" 4' 6 ½" × 6' ½"
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5' 0" × 5' 0" 5' 0" × 5' 6" 5' 0" × 6' 0" 5' 6" × 5' 0" 5' 6" × 5' 6" 5' 6" × 6' 0" 6' 0" × 5' 0" 6' 0" × 5' 6" 6' 0" × 6' 0"
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5' ½" × 5' ½" 5' ½" × 5' 6 ½" 5' ½" × 6' ½" 5' 6 ½" × 5' ½" 5' 6 ½" × 5' 6" 5' 6 ½" × 6' ½" 6' ½" × 5' ½" 6' ½" × 5' 6 ½" 6' ½" × 6' ½"
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6' 6" × 5' 0" 6' 6" × 5' 6" 6' 6" × 6' 0" 7' 0" × 5' 0" 7' 0" × 5' 6" 7' 0" × 6' 0" 7' 6" × 5' 0" 7' 6" × 5' 6" 7' 6" × 6' 0"
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6' 6 ½" × 5' ½" 6' 6 ½" × 5' 6 ½" 6' 6 ½" × 6' ½" 7' ½" × 5' ½" 7' ½" × 5' 6 ½" 7' ½" × 6' ½" 7' 6 ½" × 5' ½" 7' 6 ½" × 5' 6 ½" 7' 6 ½" × 6' ½"
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8' 0" × 5' 0" 8' 0" × 5' 6" 8' 0" × 6' 0" 8' 6" × 5' 0" 8' 6" × 5' 6" 8' 6" × 6' 0" 9' 0" × 5' 0" 9' 0" × 5' 6" 9' 0" × 6' 0"
net fraMe diMensions

8' ½" × 5' ½" 8' ½" × 5' 6 ½" 8' ½" × 6' ½" 8' 6 ½" × 5' ½" 8' 6 ½" × 5' 6 ½" 8' 6 ½" × 6' ½" 9' ½" × 5' ½" 9' ½" × 5' 6 ½" 9' ½" × 6' ½"
rough opening

9' 6" × 5' 0" 9' 6" × 5' 6" 9' 6" × 6' 0" 10' 0" × 5' 0" 10' 0" × 5' 6" 10' 0" × 6' 0"

9' 6 ½" × 5' ½" 9' 6 ½" × 5' 6 ½" 9' 6 ½" × 6' ½" 10' ½" × 5' ½" 10' ½" × 5' 6 ½" 10' ½" × 6' ½"

net fraMe diMensions

rough opening

5H

1’ 6” × 6’ 6” 1’ 6” × 7’ 0” 1’ 6” × 7’ 6”

1’ 6 ½” × 6’ 6 ½” 1’ 6 ½” × 7’ ½” 1’ 6 ½” × 7’ 6 ½”

2’ 0” × 6’ 6” 2’ 0” × 7’ 0” 2’ 0” × 7’ 6” 2’ 6” × 6’ 6” 2’ 6” × 7’ 0” 2’ 6” × 7’ 6” 3’ 0” × 6’ 6”” 3’ 0” × 7’ 0” 3’ 0” × 7’ 6”
net fraMe diMensions

3’ 6 ½” × 6’ 6 ½” 3’ 6 ½” × 7’ ½” 3’ 6 ½” × 7’ 6 ½” 4’ ½” × 6’ 6 ½” 4’ ½” × 7’ ½” 4’ ½” × 7’ 6 ½” 4’ 6 ½” × 6’ 6 ½” 4’ 6 ½” × 7’ ½” 4’ 6 ½” × 7’ 6 ½”
rough opening

3' 6" × 6' 6" 3' 6" × 7' 0" 3' 6" × 7' 6" 4' 0" × 6' 6" 4' 0" × 7' 0" 4' 0" × 7' 6" 4' 6" × 6' 6"" 4' 6" × 7' 0" 4' 6" × 7' 6"
net fraMe diMensions

3' 6 ½" × 6' 6 ½" 3' 6 ½" × 7' ½" 3' 6 ½" × 7' 6 ½" 4' ½" × 6' 6 ½" 4' ½" × 7' ½" 4' ½" × 7' 6 ½" 4' 6 ½" × 6' 6 ½" 4' 6 ½" × 7' ½" 4' 6 ½" × 7' 6 ½"
rough opening

5' 0" × 6' 6" 5' 0" × 7' 0" 5' 0" × 7' 6" 5' 6" × 6' 6" 5' 6" × 7' 0" 5' 6" × 7' 6" 6' 0" × 6' 6" 6' 0" × 7' 0" 6' 0" × 7' 6"
net fraMe diMensions

5' ½" × 6' 6 ½" 5' ½" × 7' ½" 5' ½" × 7' 6 ½" 5' 6 ½" × 6' 6 ½" 5' 6 ½" × 7' ½" 5' 6 ½" × 7' 6 ½" 6' ½" × 6' 6 ½" 6' ½" × 7' ½" 6' ½" × 7' 6 ½"
rough opening

6' 6" × 6' 6" 6' 6" × 7' 0" 6' 6" × 7' 6" 7' 0" × 6' 6" 7' 0" × 7' 0" 7' 0" × 7' 6" 7' 6" × 6' 6" 7' 6" × 7' 0"
net fraMe diMensions

6' 6 ½" × 6' 6 ½" 6' 6 ½" × 7' ½" 6' 6 ½" × 7' 6 ½" 7' ½" × 6' 6 ½" 7' ½" × 7' ½" 7' ½" × 7' 6 ½" 7' 6 ½" × 6' 6 ½" 7' 6 ½" × 7' ½"
rough opening

8' 0" × 6' 6" 8' 6" × 6' 6" 9' 0" × 6' 6"

8' ½" × 6' 6 ½" 8' 6 ½" × 6' 6 ½" 9' ½" × 6' 6 ½"

s e c t i o n d e ta i l s

fixed window

net fraMe diMensions

rough opening

6H

1’ 6” × 8’ 0” 1’ 6” × 8’ 6” 1’ 6” × 9’ 0”

1’ 6 ½” × 8’ ½” 1’ 6 ½” × 8’ 6 ½” 1’ 6 ½” × 9’ ½”

2’ 0” × 8’ 0” 2’ 0” × 8’ 6” 2’ 0” × 9’ 0” 2’ 6” × 8’ 0” 2’ 6” × 8’ 6” 2’ 6” × 9’ 0” 3’ 0” × 8’ 0” 3’ 0” × 8’ 6” 3’ 0” × 9’ 0”
net fraMe diMensions

3’ 6 ½” × 8’ ½” 3’ 6 ½” × 8’ 6 ½” 3’ 6 ½” × 9’ ½” 4’ ½” × 8’ ½” 4’ ½” × 8’ 6 ½” 4’ ½” × 9’ ½” 4’ 6 ½” × 8’ ½” 4’ 6 ½” × 8’ 6 ½” 4’ 6 ½” × 9’ ½”
rough opening

3' 6" × 8' 0" 3' 6" × 8' 6" 3' 6" × 9' 0" 4' 0" × 8' 0" 4' 0" × 8' 6" 4' 0" × 9' 0" 4' 6" × 8' 0" 4' 6" × 8' 6" 4' 6" × 9' 0"
net fraMe diMensions

3' 6 ½" × 8' ½" 3' 6 ½" × 8' 6 ½" 3' 6 ½" × 9' ½" 4' ½" × 8' ½" 4' ½" × 8' 6 ½" 4' ½" × 9' ½" 4' 6 ½" × 8' ½" 4' 6 ½" × 8' 6 ½" 4' 6 ½" × 9' ½"
rough opening

5' 0" × 8' 0" 5' 0" × 8' 6" 5' 0" × 9' 0" 5' 6" × 8' 0" 5' 6" × 8' 6" 5' 6" × 9' 0" 6' 0" × 8' 0" 6' 0" × 8' 6" 6' 0" × 9' 0"
net fraMe diMensions

5' ½" × 8' ½" 5' ½" × 8' 6 ½" 5' ½" × 9' ½" 5' 6 ½" × 8' ½" 5' 6 ½" × 8' 6 ½" 5' 6 ½" × 9' ½" 6' ½" × 8' ½" 6' ½" × 8' 6 ½" 6' ½" × 9' ½"
rough opening

6' 6" × 8' 0" 6' 6" × 8' 6" 6' 6" × 9' 0" 7' 0" × 8' 0"

6' 6 ½" × 8' ½" 6' 6 ½" × 8' 6 ½" 6' 6 ½" × 9' ½" 7' ½" × 8' ½"

net fraMe diMensions

rough opening

7H

1’ 6” × 9’ 6” 1’ 6” × 10’ 0”

1’ 6 ½” × 9’ 6 ½” 1’ 6 ½” × 10’ ½”

2’ 0” × 9’ 6” 2’ 0” × 10’ 0” 2’ 6” × 9’ 6” 2’ 6” × 10’ 0” 3’ 0” × 9’ 6” 3’ 0” × 10’ 0”

3’ 6 ½” × 9’ 6 ½” 3’ 6 ½” × 10’ ½” 4’ ½” × 9’ 6 ½” 4’ ½” × 10’ ½” 4’ 6 ½” × 9’ 6 ½” 4’ 6 ½” × 10’ ½”

3' 6" × 9' 6" 3' 6" × 10' 0" 4' 0" × 9' 6" 4' 0" × 10' 0" 4' 6" × 9' 6" 4' 6" × 10' 0"

3' 6 ½" × 9' 6 ½" 3' 6 ½" × 10' ½" 4' ½" × 9' 6 ½" 4' ½" × 10' ½" 4' 6 ½" × 9' 6 ½" 4' 6 ½" × 10' ½"

5' 0" × 9' 6" 5' 0" × 10' 0" 5' 6" × 9' 6" 5' 6" × 10' 0" 6' 0" × 9' 6" 6' 0" × 10' 0"

5' ½" × 9' 6 ½" 5' ½" × 10' ½" 5' 6 ½" × 9' 6 ½" 5' 6 ½" × 10' ½" 6' ½" × 9' 6 ½" 6' ½" × 10' ½"

All window sizes available as 1 lites Custom lite cut configurations available.

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exterior view (closed)

exterior view (open)

This is a casement window without the center mull, which normally separates twin casement windows that have been mulled together, allowing for a wider field of vision when the windows are open. Our French casement window is engineered to look and operate like our Homestead window.

JaMB sash screen

1½" thick; 4⅜" wide (jamb extenders available). 1¾" thick on standard sizes; 2½" stiles and top rail; 3¼" bottom rails; astragal where the two sashes meet. Hinged wood screen is standard. Rare earth magnet catch. Lap joint where the two sashes meet. Thickness 1⅛", width of frame 1¾" , hinge 2½" × 2½"; screen ships with no pull. Standard ⅝" clear dual-glazed with light bronze colored aluminum spacer. Incense Cedar, Mahogany or Vertical Grain Douglas Fir. Stainless steel friction hinges are standard except on all arch-top sashes and on square-top sashes larger than 3' wide or 6' in height, in which case a stainless steel stay and butt hinges are used.

glazing wood species hardware

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l o c k s , s c r e e n p u l l s a n d s u r fa c e B o lt s

a d d i t i o n a l f e at u r e s & o p t i o n s

s a s h l o c k ( s ta n d a r d )

h a n d f o r g e d s c r e e n p u l l ( s ta n d a r d )

hinged wood screen ( s ta n d a r d )

handforged

Forged sash lock and strike is standard in Dark Bronze finish. Also available in five additional finish colors.

Double-hinged wood screen shown with optional pulls.
sash lock & handforged screen pull finishes

For larger swatches please go to pg. 150 & 160
s u r fa c e B o lt

6" surface bolt top and bottom of inactive sash is standard in Dark Bronze finish; five additional finishes available. AB DB BB IH IW IRA

sash lock (optional)

pioneer screen pull (optional)

Sandcast sash lock and strike is standard in Silicon Dark finish. Also available in six additional finish colors.
pioneer sash lock & pioneer screen pull finishes

pull-down screen (option)

For larger swatches please go to pg. 140
s u r fa c e B o lt

6" surface bolt top and bottom of inactive sash is standard in Silicon Dark finish; five additional finishes available. SL SM SD WL MP DPA BB

Screen assembly canister concealed in head of jamb covered by wood valance. Matching wood pull attached to screen rolls down black aluminum guide tracks on each side of window jamb, which is hidden by wood stops; screen color—charcoal; size limitations—minimum width 18"; minimum height 18"; maximium width 78"; maximum height 78".

M u lt i p o i n t h a r d w a r e

M u lt i p o i n t t r i M (optional) Butt hinges pioneer screen pull (optional)

This concealed European locking mechanism offers multiple locking connections to ensure a tight seal. When this hardware is ordered, the stile and top rail widths increase to 3¼" and the jamb width to 6" to accommodate the hardware. 7mm square spindle accommodates many manufacturers’ trim. The faceplate is available in Brushed Stainless only. Multipoint trim not included.
i n a c t i v e M u lt i - p o i n t l o c k

sash lock & pioneer screen pull finishes

To see larger swatches please go to page 140

Supplied with 3½" × 3½" commercial-grade butt hinges and a single Kelly stay with adjustable friction settings. All flat-arch-top and true-arch-top windows come standard with butt hinges. Square-top window sashes larger than 3’ wide or 6’ in height are supplied with butt hinges and a Kelly stay for structural integrity. Hinges are finished to match sash lock hardware.

M u lt i - p o i n t l o c k

Optional inactive multipoint lock available in place of surface bolts. SL SM SD WL MP DPA BB

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s ta n d a r d s i z e s & l i t e B r e a k - u p

s e c t i o n d e ta i l s

french hinged wood screen
h o r i z o n ta l l i t e B r e a k - u p

2W
net fraMe diMension rough opening

4W
net fraMe diMension rough opening

2H

3' 0" × 2' 0" 3' 0" × 2' 6" 3' 0" × 3' 0"

3' ½" × 2' ½" 3' ½" × 2' 6½" 3' ½" × 3' ½"

4' 0" × 2' 0" 4' 0" × 2' 6" 4' 0" × 3' 0" 5' 0" × 2' 0" 5' 0" × 2' 6" 5' 0" × 3' 0" 6' 0" × 2' 0" 6' 0" × 2' 6" 6' 0" × 3' 0"
net fraMe diMension

4' ½" × 2' ½" 4' ½" × 2' 6½" 4' ½" × 3' ½" 5' ½" × 2' ½" 5' ½" × 2' 6½" 5' ½" × 3' ½" 6' ½" × 2' ½" 6' ½" × 2' 6 ½" 6' ½" × 3' ½"
rough opening

vertical lite Break-up

net fraMe diMension

rough opening

3H

3' 0" × 3' 6" 3' 0" × 4' 0" 3' 0" × 4' 6"

3' ½" × 3' 6½" 3' ½" × 4' ½" 3' ½" × 4' 6½"

4' 0" × 3' 6" 4' 0" × 4' 0" 4' 0" × 4' 6" 5' 0" × 3' 6" 5' 0" × 4' 0" 5' 0" × 4' 6" 6' 0" × 3' 6" 6' 0" × 4' 0" 6' 0" × 4' 6"
net fraMe diMension

4' ½" × 3' 6½" 4' ½" × 4' ½" 4' ½" × 4' 6½" 5' 6½" × 3' 6½" 5' ½" × 4' ½" 5' ½" × 4' 6½" 6' ½" × 3' 6½" 6' ½" × 4' ½" 6' ½" × 4' 6½"
rough opening

french pull down screen

net fraMe diMension

rough opening

4H

3' 0" × 5' 0" 3' 0" × 5' 6" 3' 0" × 6' 0"

3' ½" × 5' ½" 3' ½" × 5' 6½" 3' ½" × 6' ½"

4' 0" × 5' 0" 4' 0" × 5' 6" 4' 0" × 6' 0" 5' 0" × 5' 0" 5' 0" × 5' 6" 5' 0" × 6' 0" 6' 0" × 5' 0" 6' 0" × 5' 6" 6' 0" × 6' 0"

4' ½" × 5' ½" 4' ½" × 5' 6½" 4' ½" × 6' ½" 5' ½" × 5' ½" 5' ½" × 5' 6½" 5' ½" × 6' ½" 6' ½" × 5' ½" 6' ½" × 5' 6½" 6' ½" × 6' ½"

MiniMuM egress diMensions

*Butt hinge and stay 2' 6" × 3' 6" or 3' 6" × 2' 6" ** friction hinge 3' 6" × 3' 9" or 4' 3" × 2' 9"

All window sizes available as 1 Lites Custom lite cut configurations available

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At Architectural Traditions, we’ve designed one of the few Double Hung windows available today that is crafted completely of wood—and combined it with state-of-theart engineering. The result? A charming window, reminiscent of an older time, where both top and bottom sashes operate seamlessly, and the balances system is concealed entirely in the sash. In our Single-Hung version, one sash is fixed and
exterior view (sashes closed) exterior view (Both sashes open)

the other moves. Both capture an authenticity—and originality—rarely seen in today’s modern era.

JaMB sash screen glazing wood species hardware

1⅛" thick, 6⁹⁄₁₆" wide with fixed exterior wood screen or no screen. 7⅞" wide with hinged wood screen. 9" wide with pull down screen. 1¾" thick on standard sizes; 2½" stiles and top rail; 3¼" bottom rails. Fixed exterior wood screen standard, with charcoal fiberglass mesh screen material. Standard ⅝" clear dual-glazed with light bronze colored aluminum spacer. Incense Cedar, Mahogany or Vertical Grain Douglas Fir. Concealed block and tackle balance. Oil-rubbed bronze Handforged sash lock standard (two per window).

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a d d i t i o n a l f e at u r e s & o p t i o n s

s ta n d a r d s i z e s & l i t e B r e a k - u p
h o r i z o n ta l l i t e B r e a k - u p

1W
pull-down screen (option)

2W
rough opening net fraMe diMension rough opening

vertical lite Break-up

Screen assembly canister concealed in head of jamb covered by wood valance. Matching wood pull attached to screen rolls down black aluminum guide tracks on each side of window jamb, which is hidden by wood stops; screen color—charcoal; size limitations— minimum width 18"; minimum height 18"; maximium width 78"; maximum height 78".

net fraMe diMension

1' 6" × 3' 0" 2H

1' 6½" × 3' ½"

2' 0" × 3' 0" 2' 6" × 3' 6" 3' 0" × 3' 0"

3' ½" × 2' ½" 3' ½" × 2' 6 ½" 3' ½" × 3' ½"

net fraMe diMension

rough opening

net fraMe diMension

rough opening

J a M B a s s e M B ly

3H

1' 6" × 4' 0" 1' 6" × 5' 0" 1' 6" × 6' 0"

1' 6½" × 4' ½" 1' 6½" × 5' ½" 1' 6½" × 6' ½"

Solid wood jamb. No unsightly synthetic jamb liner.

hinged wood screen (option)

2' 0" × 4' 0" 2' 6" × 4' 0" 3' 0" × 4' 0" 2' 0" × 5' 0" 2' 6" × 5' 0" 3' 0" × 5' 0" 2' 0" × 6' 0" 2' 6" × 6' 0" 3' 0" × 6' 0"

2' ½" × 4' ½" 2' 6½" × 4' ½" 3' ½" × 4' ½" 2' ½" × 5' ½" 2' 6½" × 5' ½" 3' ½" × 5' ½" 2' ½" × 6' ½" 2' 6½" × 6' ½" 3' ½" × 6' ½"

MiniMuM egress diMensions

2' 5" × 6' 0" or 5' 0" × 3' 5"

All window sizes available as 1 Lites or Lite cut one sash Custom lite cut configurations available

Rare earth magnet catch. Thickness 1⅛", width of frame 1¾", hinge 2½" × 2½"; screen ships with no pull.
sash lock (two per window)

Forged Bronze Sash Lock is standard in Oil Rubbed Bronze finish.

s e c t i o n d e ta i l s

douBle hung fixed screen

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specialty windows; geometric, picture & transoms
Add a stylish shape and a picturesque perspective to your interior and exterior with our wonderful range of Geometric Windows. Engineered and manufactured to the same specifications as our picture windows, these figurative flourishes include trapezoids, parallelograms, triangles, octagons, hexagons, circles, ovals—and are anything BUT square. Architectural Traditions also offers Specialty Windows, including Awning Windows, which open at the bottom, allowing for ventilation in mildly rainy weather; Hopper Windows, which allow warm air near the ceiling out, bring fresh air into the sides and minimize drafts at sill levels. Our panoramic Bay Windows, made up of three or more windows, create a lovely exterior curve for a unique view and refreshing interior point-of-view. Enjoy!
arch picture window circle picture window Motorized awning window

For operating windows that are located at a height that is difficult to reach manually. Motor is concealed by wood valance.

a w n i n g w i t h M o t o r s e c t i o n d e ta i l s

JaMB sash glazing wood species

1½" thick; 4⅜" (jamb extenders available). 1¾" thick on standard sizes; 2¼" thick on oversized (dimensions larger than 36 sq ft) 2½" stiles and top rail; 3¼" bottom rails. Standard ⅝" clear dual-glazed with light bronze colored aluminum spacer. Incense Cedar, Mahogany or Vertical Grain Douglas Fir.

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incense cedar wireBrushed
Native to California, southwestern Oregon, and western Nevada, Incense Cedar is exceptionally resistant to environmental deterioration, with an innate strength that makes it split-, bow-, warpand cup-resistant. No wonder it has been used for centuries in demanding applications such as fencing, patio decks and siding. But, Incense Cedar’s remarkable range of refreshing pastel colors makes it a beautiful and bold chameleon when it comes to windows as well. With so many interesting color variations, Incense Cedar allows you to achieve hues and looks unsurpassed by other species. For a rough, rustic surface, with minimal maintenance, choose our Wirebrushed texture. Driftwood Barnwood

vertical grain douglas fir
The inner beauty of Douglas Fir, including its exceptional stability and strength, is matched only by its outer beauty: a tight-knotted, closegrained pattern combined with a light rosey color that darkens to a spectacular, rich red-brown color over time. At Architectural Traditions, we recommend Clear Vertical Grain Douglas Fir, the highest quality grade available, because it responds so beautifully to the hands of the expert craftsman as well as virtually any finishing process. In fact, nothing matches the smooth glossy tone reflective of Vertical Grain Douglas Fir. Special Walnut

At Architectural Traditions, we offer a variety of woods and finishes—from the very refined to the more casual and rustic. If you choose, these finishes can be split so that your interior windows can project a more refined, furniture-quality look while your exterior windows can complement the exterior architecture of your house, and reduce your maintenance. Double the personality of your home – inside and out.

Tuscan Walnut

Rustico Red

Light Country Black

Traditional

Dark Country Brown "Glaze"

Red Mahogany

Burnt Mocha

Spanish

Country Black

Dune Gray

Rincon Potassium

Light Country Black

Glazed Walnut

Special Walnut

Rubbed White

Light Country Brown

Redwood Brown

Burnt Caramel

Rubbed White

Traditional

Copper Base

Rustico

Rubbed Blue

Country Brown

Cherry

Spanish

Rubbed Red

Dune Gray

Cherry

Country Brown

Tuscan Green

incense cedar sanded
With a more refined, polished look than Wirebrushed Cedar, Sanded Incense Cedar has a beautiful rhythm with unique fluctuations and distinct variations in color and grain. Sanded Incense Cedar is an elegant wood choice that offers endless possibilities and imaginative looks. Glazed Red Mahogany Glazed Walnut

Rincon

Copper

Country

Rubbed Red

Rustico Red

Country Black

Mahogany
Redwood Brown Dark Mahogany One of the most stable hardwoods, Mahogany varies in color from yellowish and pinkish tones to reddish brown. Irregularities in its rich grain can create distinctively attractive figures, giving Mahogany a beautiful feel, full of lovely surprises and discoveries. What’s more, Mahogany polishes to a high luster, making it a favorite among many. Dune Gray Redwood Brown Driftwood Rubbed White

Redwood Brown "Glaze"

Dark Mahogany "Glaze"

Rincon

Rustico

Barnwood

Rubbed Blue

Cherry

Dark Spanish

Country

Red Walnut

Light Country Black

Tuscan Green

Cherry "Glaze"

Dark Spanish "Glaze"

Light Country Black

Tuscan Walnut

Country Brown

Red Mahogany

Tuscan Walnut

Rubbed Red

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wireBrushed

sanded

wireBrushed, regular distress

s a n ta B a r B a r a d i s t r e s s

This time-honored technique brings vibrance and energy to the wood by accentuating the grain patterns. Standard with our Incense Cedar, Wirebrushing requires less maintenance than our Sanded textures. Its rough, rustic, knotty look is both charming and reminiscent of an older time.

Sanded textures, standard on Mahogany and Vertical Grain Fir, and also available on Incense Cedar, create a smoother, more polished surface that flatters the grain and emphasizes the natural beauty of the wood. It’s a more formal and sophisticated look that’s highly versatile as well.

Featuring top impressions with scratches, wormholes and small nicks and gouges, Regular Distress gives an authentically weathered look to your door’s surface. It’s a bold look perfect for Arts & Crafts, Prairie style and Modern Country.

Chiseld, scraped and sanded with light impressions, Santa Barbara Distress captures a naturally worn feel, best on Incense Cedar with a glazed finish.

s ta n d a r d t e x t u r e s

split finish & split texture option
In keeping with Architectural Traditions' primary goal, which is to help you design your own individual look, we offer a variety of surface textures and prefinishes. Depending on your design and maintenance requirements, we can offer our windows with a single texture and finish color, or we can split the texture on the interior and exterior as well as split the finish color on each side. From a design point of view, a wirebrushed Incense Cedar texture has a slightly more rustic appearance, which complements the exterior elevation of many houses. With this texture, the finish maintenance required is less than on a sanded surface. But on a the interior of the house, you may want a more refined, furniture-quality look for your windows. This can be achieved through a sanded or Santa Barbara distress and perhaps a different stain color. The end result: one window with two very different looks on the interior and exterior.
interior view exterior view

optional textures

At Architectural Traditions, our textures highlight the wood grain, their unique patterns and personalities. Generally, more grain will convey a more rustic look; and less grain will capture a more refined style. Choose one texture and finish for both sides of your window, or split your look with a different style on each side.

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shape options

cutlite option

At Architectural Traditions, we offer square top, flat arch (or soft arch) and true arch (or round top) window shapes – all standard. Or take your creativity and imagination to the next level as we help you bring your own custom design to life. Achieve the perfect look and create the light pattern you love with our wide variety of true-divided-lite (TDL) cuts or single lites. Our one-lite windows capture a clean, unobstructed view and a simple look, while our divided lite windows evoke a more interesting rhythm and feel. Design your own one-of-a-kind window with our custom lite cuts, built to your inspired specifications.
true arch custoM shapes square top f l at a r c h 1 lite e q u a l ly d i v i d e d l i t e c u s t o M l i t e c u t p e r c u s t o M e r s p e c i f i c at i o n

sticking options

classic tdl

arts and crafts tdl

r o c k y M o u n ta i n t d l

17⁄ 8" c l a s s i c w i d e B a r t d l standard on windows that are more than two lites wide and wider than 5'

newport sdl

irish available in single glazed only

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clear ( s ta n d a r d )

An unobstructed, clear pane of glass.

Mulled unit options
Bronze tint g r ay t i n t

glass options
Enhance your home's style by choosing from a wide range of glass options.

An unobstructed pane of glass with a bronze tint.
s ta n d a r d B a c k - t o - B a c k fa c t o r y M u l l

An unobstructed pane of glass with a gray tint.

seedy s o l a r B a n ® 6 0, low-e & s u n g at e ® 5 0 0

An unobstructed pane of glass with a higher UV rating than Clear.
optional spread Mull

A mildly obscure glass containing many air bubbles. Popular in the 1800s for gaslights and lanterns. (Not available tempered.)

a q u at e x ®

Glass that has an obscure scalloped pattern with moderate image disruption.

glue chip 1 " × ½" Mull cover

Mulled window

These side-by-side windows have a very romantic style and practical purpose. Attached to one another horizontally or vertically, Mulled Windows can create an impressive feature ‘wall of windows’ or can allow you to open the windows in opposite directions. They can be mulled at our factory or on site, including a standard 1⅜" × ½" interior and exterior mull cover.

With a finely etched pattern created by master artisans, Glue Chip glass has a handcrafted look that is distinctive, allowing for privacy and light.
optional solid Mull post
w i n d o w g l a s s c o M e s s ta n d a r d 5/8" clear annealed dual-glazed. (soMe s i z e l i M i tat i o n s M ay e x i s t. ) B r e at h e r tuBes are required on all windows i n s ta l l e d at o r a B o v e 4 , 0 0 0 f e e t. teMpered and unteMpered glass, when placed next to each other, will appear to have a slight c o l o r v a r i at i o n . g l a s s s h o w n w a s p h o t o g r a p h e d a g a i n s t a g r ay Background. all glass except for B r o n z e t i n t a n d g r ay t i n t w i l l appear clear.

rain™

A directional type of obscure glass texture that gives the illusion of water running down the glass.

M at l u x

A sandblasted, white glass, with a consistently obscure texture.

w i n d o w s y s t e M s w i d e r t h a n 1 2 ' o r ta l l e r than 8' will need to Be field Mulled.

oBscure reed

A directional type of obscure glass texture with a parallel reed pattern.

A pebble-textured glass that obscures the view while allowing light to penetrate.

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additional options
nail fin

triM
style style

exterior

Folding vinyl nailing fins are available to help in installing the window. Specify location from the exterior edge of the jamb. Nailing fins are not intended to be used in place of flashing.

San Carlos

Streamline

style

style

Colonial

Traditional

M i n i M u M n a i l f i n s e t B a c k i s 3/8"

suBsill

Optional subsill “sillnosing” projection is 1½". Other dimensions are available; larger widths ship loose.

style

style

Alpine

Santa Fe

style

style

Metropolitan

2¼˝Flat

JaMB extenders

If a jamb wider than our standard width is needed, you can opt for jamb extenders, up to 12". Solid jamb also available

interior

style

style

Brick Mould

Stucco Mould

style

5¼˝Flat

exterior triM applied upon request

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therMal perforMance
Measuring the resistance of heat transfer through glass, R-Values indicate how well a glazing system insulates: the higher the number, the better the insulation. Solar Heat Gain compares our glazing system to that of an unobstructed opening. And UV Transmittance measures the UV radiated wavelengths transmitted through the glazing system. Architectural Traditions windows were evaluated in full compliance with NFRC requirements to the standards listed below.
s ta n d a r d s

d e s i g n p r e s s u r e r at i n g s
The following products have been evaluated for use in locations adhering to the Florida Building Code (2001 Edition) and where pressure requirements, as determined by Chapter 16 of the Florida Building Code, do not exceed the printed Design Pressures for each product listed on this chart. Product evaluated is 1-Lite or simulated divided lite. This product has not been tested for impact resistance. Product must be mulled, installed and anchored per Architectural Traditions’ specifications to maintain DP rating. Contact Architectural Traditions for these specifications. All testing performed by R.W. Building Consultants, Inc., Valrico, Florida, in compliance with rule chapter No. 9B-72.070, Method 1d of the State of Florida Product Approval, Department of Community Affairs-Florida Building Commission. Note: swinging door units tested with aluminum outswing sill and aluminum inswing Hydrosill.
cr
outswing design pressure ratings (dp)

performance options
Your windows not only express your distinctive point of view, they serve a vital role in terms of energy efficiencies, comfort and safety. At Architectural Traditions, we use a thicker glass than traditional manufacturers, making our windows not only exceptionally soundproof, but also more resistant to impact and stresses of temperature fluctuations. What’s more, we offer a variety of Performance Options to achieve the comfort level you desire, while helping to save on heating and cooling costs. Choose the option that suits your climate, environment, and style —to bring it all home.

NFRC 100-2004 – Procedure for Determining Fenestration Product U-Factors NFRC 200-2004 – Procedure for Determining Fenestration Product Solar Heat Gain Coefficient and Visible Transmittance at Normal Incidence NFRC 500-2004 – Procedure for Determining Fenestration Product Condensation Resistance Values
sash type1 glass type*2 u-value3 shgc4 vt5

1-Lite 1¾" Sash Simulated Divided Lite 1¾" Sash True Divided Lite 1¾" Sash 1-Lite 1¾" Sash Simulated Divided Lite 1¾" Sash True Divided Lite 1¾" Sash 1-Lite 1¾" Sash Simulated Divided Lite 1¾" Sash True Divided Lite 1¾" Sash 1-Lite 2¼" Sash Simulated Divided Lite 2¼" Sash True Divided Lite 2¼" Sash 1-Lite 2¼" Sash Simulated Divided Lite 2¼" Sash True Divided Lite 2¼" Sash 1-Lite 2¼" Sash Simulated Divided Lite 2¼" Sash True Divided Lite 2¼" Sash
1

clear ⅝" insulated clear ⅝" insulated clear ⅝" insulated Low-E PPG Sungate® 500 ⅝" insulated Low-E PPG Sungate® 500 ⅝" insulated Low-E PPG Sungate® 500 ⅝" insulated Low-E PPG Solarban® 60 ⅝" insulated Low-E PPG Solarban® 60 ⅝" insulated Low-E PPG Solarban® 60 ⅝" insulated clear 1" insulated clear 1" insulated clear 1" insulated Low-E PPG Sungate® 500 1" insulated Low-E PPG Sungate® 500 1" insulated Low-E PPG Sungate® 500 1" insulated Low-E PPG Solarban® 60 1" insulated Low-E PPG Solarban® 60 1" insulated Low-E PPG Solarban® 60 1" insulated

0.44 0.45 0.47 0.37 0.39 0.42 0.34 0.37 0.40 0.42 0.42 0.45 0.35 0.35 0.40 0.32 0.32 0.38

0.46 0.42 / 0.38 0.38 0.41 0.37 / 0.33 0.33 0.24 0.22 / 0.20 0.20 0.43 0.39 / 0.35 0.35 0.38 0.34 / 0.31 0.31 0.24 0.22 / 0.20 0.20

0.49 0.44 / 0.39 0.39 0.46 0.41 / 0.37 0.37 0.44 0.39 / 0.35 0.35 0.48 0.43 / 0.38 0.38 0.45 0.40 / 0.36 0.36 0.43 0.38 / 0.34 0.34

40 40 40 47 47 45 50 50 47 41 41 41 45 45 45 50 50 49

product

size

positive

n e g at i v e

*⅝" glass makeup ⅛" × ⅜" × ⅛" *1" glass makeup ¼" × ½" × ¼" * Low-E #2 surface

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U-Value – Measures how well a product prevents heat from escaping a home or building. The lower the U-Value, the better a product is at keeping heat in. Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (<1≥1) – Measures how well a product blocks heat from the sun. The lower the SHGC, the better a product is at blocking unwanted heat gain. Visual Transmittance (<1≥1) – Measures how much light comes through a product. The highter the VT, the higher the potential for daylighting. Condensation Resistance – Measures how well a product resists the formation of condensation. The higher the number, the better a product is able to resist condensation.

4 5

Testing performed by Architectural Testing

Casement Windows-Single, 1¾" Sash Casement Windows-Single, 1¾" Sash Casement Windows-Mulled Unit, 1¾" Sash Fixed Window-Single, 2¼" Sash Fixed Window-Single, 2¼" Sash, Reinforced Jamb Fixed Window-Mulled Unit, 2¼" Sash Fixed Window-Mulled Unit, 2¼" Sash, Reinforced Jamb 1¾" Glazed Door 1¾" Glazed Door with Sidelites 1¾" Glazed Door with Sidelites & Transom 2¼" Glazed Door 2¼" Glazed Door with Sidelites 2¼" Glazed Door with Sidelites & Transom 1¾" Glazed Double Door 1¾" Glazed Double Door with Sidelites 1¾" Glazed Double Door with Transom 1¾" Glazed Double Door with Sidelites & Transom 2¼" Glazed Double Door 2¼" Glazed Double Door with Sidelites 2¼" Glazed Double Door with Transom 2¼" Glazed Double Door with Sidelites & Transom 1¾" All-Panel Door Single 1¾" All-Panel Door Single with Sidelites 2¼" All-Panel Door with Sidelites 1¾" All-Panel Door 1¾" All-Panel Door with Sidelites 1¾" All-Panel Door with Sidelites & Transom 1¾" All-Panel Double Door 1¾" All-Panel Double Door with Sidelites 1¾" All-Panel Double Door with Transom 1¾" All-Panel Double Door with Sidelites & Transom 2¼" All-Panel Double Door 2¼" All-Panel Double Door with Sidelites 2¼" All-Panel Double Door with Sidelites & Transom 2¼" All-Panel Door
¹ Inswing DP rating = -40 PSF

36" × 48" 36" × 72" 72" × 72" 72" × 120" 72" × 120" 147" × 120" 147" × 120" 37½" × 97¾" 115½" × 97¾" 115½" × 136¾" 37½" × 121¾" 118½" × 121¾" 92½" × 160¾" 74" × 97¾" 152" × 97¾" 74" × 135¼" 119½"× 136¾" 74" × 121¾" 155" × 121¾" 74" × 159¼" 119½" × 160¾" 37¾" × 97¾" 89¾" × 81⅜" 118½" × 121¾" 37½" × 97¾" 115½" × 97¾" 115½ × 136¾" 74" × 97¾" 152 × 97¾" 74" × 135¼" 119½" × 136¾" 74" × 121¾" 155" × 121¾" 119½" × 160¾" 37½" × 121¾"

+47 PSF +47 PSF +47 PSF +47 PSF +60 PSF +47 PSF +60 PSF +40 PSF +40 PSF +40 PSF +47 PSF +47 PSF +47 PSF +35 PSF +35 PSF +35 PSF +35 PSF +32 PSF +32 PSF +32 PSF +32 PSF +47 PSF +47 PSF +40 PSF +40 PSF +40 PSF +40 PSF +40 PSF +40 PSF +40 PSF +40 PSF +40 PSF +40 PSF +40 PSF +40 PSF

-60 PSF -47 PSF -47 PSF -47 PSF -60 PSF -47 PSF -60 PSF -40 PSF -40 PSF -40 PSF -47 PSF -47 PSF -47 PSF -35 PSF¹ -35 PSF -35 PSF¹ -35 PSF¹ -32 PSF² -32 PSF² -32 PSF² -32 PSF² -47 PSF -47 PSF -40 PSF -40 PSF³ -40 PSF³ -40 PSF -40 PSF³ -40 PSF³ -40 PSF³ -40 PSF³ -40 PSF -40 PSF -40 PSF -40 PSF

² Inswing DP rating = -35 PSF

³ Inswing DP rating = -47 PSF

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hardware

Timeless and classic, our Pioneer Collection creates a refined look that’s both relaxed and elegant; both casual and sophisticated; and that beautifully complements a variety of architectural styles. Sand-cast artisan quality bronze is thoughtfully shaped and crafted into smooth, sleek and distinctive home accents, using Old World methods. Each piece is not only stunning, but also strong and designed to withstand the test of time.

piOneer SilicOn brOnze FiniSheS
Oxidized with a hand-rubbed protective coat, our Pioneer Living Finishes mellow and age beautifully and naturally over time. Each artful surface will develop differently, depending on environment and exposures, so no two will ever look alike. Select from Silicon Light, Medium or Dark, and watch your hardware accent your home throughout the years.

piOneer SilicOn brOnze white FiniSheS
Our StableCote™ finish process slows the aging, so the finish transforms gradually and differently over time. Whether you prefer a White Light, Medium Pewter, Dark Pewter Antique, or Blackened Bronze finish, you’re certain to find the hue that punctuates your home perfectly — time and time again.
piOneer cOllectiOn

knObS

leVerS

Style

White Light (WL)

01 (Oval) Projects: 2⅜" 2" × 2½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Style

Style

Style

SM (Silicon Medium)

10 (Small Beavertail) Projects: 2¾" Length: 4⅝"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

11 (Large Beavertail) Projects: 2¼" Length: 4⅞"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

20 (Straight Contemporary) Projects: 2¾" Length: 4⅝"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Silicon Light (SL)

Medium Pewter (MP)

SM (Silicon Medium)

SM (Silicon Medium)

SM (Silicon Medium)

Style

Silicon Medium (SM)

Dark Pewter Antique (DPA)

02 (Mushroom) Projects: 2½" Diameter: 2¼"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

SM (Silicon Medium)

Style

Style

Silicon Dark (SD)

Blackened Bronze (BB)
Style

22 (Pioneer Wave) Projects: 2⅜" Length: 4⅝"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

50 (Pioneer “U”) Projects: 3" Length: 4⅛"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

All Pioneer Bronze finishes used by Architectural Traditions carry no warranty against color shift, abrasion resistance, or wear. Please consult our website for full disclosure of all warranties. Product illustrations used in any Architectual Traditions literature are approximations of size, design and finish revealing images as accurate as our photographic and printing parameters will allow.

04 (Ball) Projects: 3" Diameter: 2 ⁵/₁₆"

SM (Silicon Medium)

SM (Silicon Medium)

ring

OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

SM (Silicon Medium)

pioneer levers & knobs
Each Pioneer lever, knob or
Style Style

Style

Style

60 (Ring) Projects: 2¼" Diameter: 3⅜"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

05 (Melon) Projects: 2¼" Diameter: 2⅛"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

55 (Full Return Lever) Projects: 2⅝" Length: 5⅜"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

ring has been designed to complement any Pioneer escutcheon to create a custom look for your specific project.

80 (Chubby Wave) Projects: 2½" Length: 4"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

SM (Silicon Medium)

SM (Silicon Medium)

SM (Silicon Medium)

SM (Silicon Medium)

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pioneer vintage
Simple, clean rectangular lines give the Vintage Collection a solid, sturdy feel. Reminiscent of the colonial period, this Collection transcends time to create a classic look today.
Style Style

piOneer cOllectiOn

entry lOckSetS

pa S S a g e O r p r i V a c y S e t S

Classic 1035.01 2½" × 6"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever Style

Classic 1040.01 2½" × 8"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish knob

Style

Grand 1036G.01 2½" × 6"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

MP (Medium Pewter) 20 (Straight Contemporary)

SL (Silicon Light) 02 (Mushroom Knob)

Classic Mortise 1070.33 Exterior: 3" × 18" Interior: 3" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

SM (Silicon Medium) 11 (Large Beavertail)

Style

SM (Silicon Medium) 10 (Small Beavertail)

Classic Mortise 1050.33 Exterior: 2½" × 18" Interior: 2½" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish knob

Style

Style

Classic 1030.01 2½" × 4½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish ring

Classic 1055.01 3" × 3"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever Style

SL (Silicon Light) 01 (Oval Knob)

DPA (Dark Pewter Antique) 60 (Ring)

SD (Silicon Dark) 10 (Small Beavertail)

Classic 1045.01 2½" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn

M U lt i p O i n t l O c k t r i M
Style

Finish lever

d e a d b O lt S
eXteriOr interiOr

SD (Silicon Dark) 55 (Full Return Lever)

Grand Tubular 1046G.05 2½" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish knob Style

MP (Medium Pewter) 01 (Oval Knob)

Grand Mortise 1081G.33 Exterior: 3½" × 22" Interior: 3½" × 13"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Style

Style

Style

Vintage Single Cylinder 1005.05 2½” × 3½”
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Classic U.S. Cylinder 1020.43E 1¾" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Classic Profile Cylinder 1045.40E 2½" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

SD (Silicon Dark) 11 (Large Beavertail)

MP (Medium Pewter)

SM (Silicon Medium)

20 (Straight Contemporary)

SD (Silicon Dark)

10 (Small Beavertail)

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pioneer arch
With an Old World European influence, the artful Pioneer Arch styling compliments today’s American architectural styles perfectly. Combine our special selection of locks—with the knobs or levers you prefer—to create your own distinctively graceful look.
Style Style Style

piOneer cOllectiOn

entry lOckSetS

pa S S a g e & p r i V a c y l O c k S e t S

Classic 2060.01 3" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Classic 2030.01 2½" × 4½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish ring

Classic 2035.01 2½" × 6"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

MP (Medium Pewter) 11 (Large Beavertail)

DPA (Dark Pewter Antique) 60 (Ring)

MP (Medium Pewter) 20 (Straight Contemporary)

Style Style

Grand Mortise 2076G.30 3½" × 13"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Classic Mortise 2070.33 Exterior: 3" × 18" Interior: 3" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Style

Style

MP (Medium Pewter) 50 (Pioneer “U”)

SM (Silicon Medium) 10 (Small Beavertail)

Classic 2055.01 Diamter: 3"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Grand 2036G.01 2½" × 6"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

SL (Silicon Light) 22 (Pioneer Wave)

SM (Silicon Medium) 11 (Large Beavertail)

Style

d e a d b O lt S

M U lt i p O i n t l O c k t r i M

Classic Mortise 2060.06 3" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever Style Style
eXteriOr

SM (Silicon Medium) 22 (Pioneer Wave)

Arch Single Cylinder 2005.05 2½" × 3¼"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Grand Mortise 2081G.33 Exterior: 3½" × 22" Interior: 3½" × 13"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever
interiOr

SD (Silicon Dark)

Style

Style

Classic U.S. Cylinder 2020.43E 1¾" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Classic Profile Cylinder 2045.40E 2½" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

SD (Silicon Dark) 11 (Large Beavertail)

SM (Silicon Medium) 20 (Straight Contemporary)

SD (Silicon Dark) 10 (Small Beavertail)

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pioneer bevel-step
With a more precise, contemporary feeling, our exclusive Bevel-Step escutcheons are our newest design option.
Style Style

piOneer cOllectiOn

entry lOckSetS

pa S S a g e & p r i V a c y l O c k S e t S

M U lt i p O i n t l O c k t r i M

Bevel-Step Tubular 3045.05 2½" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever Style

Style

SD (Silicon Dark) 11 (Large Beavertail)

Bevel-Step 3040.01 2½" × 8"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Bevel-Step 3030.01 2½" × 4½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish knob

BB (Blackened Bronze) 01 (Oval Knob)

Bevel-Step Mortise 3050.33 Exterior: 2½" × 18" Interior: 2½" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

SD (Silicon Dark) 10 (Small Beavertail)
Style Style Style

SM (Silicon Medium) 22 (Pioneer Wave)
Style

Bevel-Step 3035.01 2½" × 6"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish knob

Bevel-Step U.S. Cylinder 3045.43E 2½" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Bevel-Step Profile Cylinder 3020.45E 1¾" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

p U S h / p U l l p l at e S d e a d b O lt S

Bevel-Step 3040.01 2½" × 8"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

SM (Silicon Medium) 01 (Oval Knob)

MP (Medium Pewter) 20 (Straight Contemporary)

SD (Silicon Dark) 20 (Straight Contemporary)

WL (White Bronze Light) 20 (Straight Contemporary)
Style

Style

Bevel-Step Single Cylinder 3005.05 2½" × 3½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Style
eXteriOr interiOr

Style

Bevel-Step 3070.16 3" × 18"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Bevel-Step 3070.15 3" × 18"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Style

Bevel-Step 3045.01 2½" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Multipoint lock mechanisms are built to accept either a profile cylinder or a U.S. cylinder. Architectural Traditions manufactures trims for the profile cylinder in the low position, and trims for the U.S. cylinder in either the low or high position on the escutcheon plate. Lever hub-to-cylinder center measurement is standard at 92mm (3⅝˝). Check with our customer service for specific needs.

SD (Silicon Dark)

SL (Silicon Light)

SM (Silicon Medium)

Bevel-Step Mortise Bolt Privacy 3045.03 2½" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

SM (Silicon Medium) 50 (Pioneer “U”)

Style

Bevel-Step Double Cylinder 3005.06 2½" × 3½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

SM (Silicon Medium) 22 (Pioneer Wave)

eXteriOr

interiOr

SD (Silicon Dark)

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pioneer door hardware accessories
Create a complete and unified look by coordinating your hardware accessories with your lock, escutcheon plate, and knob or lever. Choose from doorbell buttons, knockers, surface bolts and flush pulls to make a statement that reflects your personal style.
Style Style Style Style Style

piOneer cOllectiOn

S U r Fa c e b O lt S Inswing and outswing models available.

cabinet pUllS

Vintage 1409 1412 1418 1424 Baseplate: 2½" wide Length: 9", 12", 18", or 24" Furnished: Rim Strike
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Arch 2409 2412 2418 2424 Baseplate: 2½" wide Length: 9", 12", 18", or 24" Furnished: Rim Strike
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

5200 Oval Knob 1½" × 1"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

5220 Mushroom Knob 1½" Diameter
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

5201.130 Round Knob 1¼" Diameter
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

SM (Silicon Medium)

SM (Silicon Medium)

SM (Silicon Medium)

SD (Silicon Dark)

SD (Silicon Dark)

Style

Style

Style

5201.140 Square Knob 1⅜" × 1⅜"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

5230 Cabinet Handle 4½" Length
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

5210 Mushroom Knob 1" Diameter
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

SD (Silcon Dark)

SM (Silicon Medium)

SM (Silicon Medium)

FlUSh pUllS

dOOr knOcker

Style

t O w e l b a r S Available in 18", 24", 30", and 36" lengths.

pa p e r h O l d e r S

Pioneer 2210 4" Diameter Ring
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

SD (Silicon Dark)
Style FiniSh OptiOn ShOwn Style FiniSh OptiOn ShOwn

Style

Style

Pioneer 2309 2½" × 9"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Pioneer 1304 1½" × 4"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

SM (Silicon Medium)

SM (Silicon Medium)

SD (Silicon Dark) Pioneer 2818-18" 2824-24" 2830-30" 2836-36" Base: 3" Diameter Overall Length: Add 3" to nominal length

Pioneer 1801 Base: 3" × 3" Length: 9"

SD (Silicon Dark)

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handFOrged brOnze FiniSheS
Our Hand-Forged Bronze finishes are hand applied in our exclusive antiquing processes. These original looks are rustic, rich and unique to Architectural Traditions. Choose from our original Antique Bronze, our intriguing Dark Bronze—rubbed and relieved—or our new bold Blackened Bronze. Your door will look stunning from start to finish. All Handforged Bronze finishes are coated with a StableCote™ finish process that slows the aging process of the finish applied to the surface.

handFOrged brOnze

leVerS

knObS

ringS

Style

92 (Thick Wave) Projects: 2⅛" Length: 4¾"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Style

AB (Antique Bronze)

82 (Oval) Projects: 2⅜" 2" × 2½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Style

96 (Ring) Projects: 2¼" Diameter: 3⅜"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

AB (Antique Bronze)

AB (Antique Bronze)

Antique Bronze (AB)

Style

93 (Thin Wave) Projects: 2⅛" Length: 4½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Style

AB (Antique Bronze)

Dark Bronze (DB)

83 (Small Round) Projects: 2¾" Diameter: 2"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

AB (Antique Bronze)

handforged textured handles
Using hand texturing and hand hammering, our

Blackened Bronze (BB)

Style

95 (“U” Shaped Lever) Projects: 2⅞" Length: 4"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish Style

All Handforged Bronze finishes used by Architectural Traditions carry no warranty against color shift, abrasion resistance, or wear. Please consult our website for full disclosure of all warranties. Product illustrations used in any Architectural Traditions literature are approximations of size, design and finish revealing images as accurate as our photographic and printing parameters will allow.

AB (Antique Bronze)

84 (Large Round) Projects: 2⅜" 2¼"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

artisans create distinctive marks and grooves that catch and reflect the light in artful ways to create an authentically rustic, genuinely weathered feel.

AB (Antique Bronze)

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handforged bronze early american vintage
For period style architecture, our Handforged Bronze Vintage pieces reflect the simple, straightforward sensibility of early America. Choose your lever or knob, along with a hand-forged finish to create your own customized design.
Style

handFOrged brOnze

MOrtiSe entry lOckSetS

M U lt i p O i n t l O c k t r i M

d e a d b O lt S
eXteriOr interiOr

Style

Early American Single Cylinder 4000.05 Diameter: 2⅜" Projects: 1¼" Special bore required
Style Style Style

Early American Mortise 4016.30 2½" × 9¾" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

AB (Antique Bronze) 82 (Oval Round)

Early American Mortise 4018.33 Exterior: 3" × 18" Interior: 2½" × 9¾" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Early American Profile Cylinder 4030.40E 1½" × 9½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever cylinder

Early American U.S. Cylinder 4016.43E 2½" × 10"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever cylinder

OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

AB (Antique Bronze)

DB (Dark Bronze) 92 (Thick Wave) Profile

AB (Antique Bronze) 93 (Thin Wave) U.S.

eXteriOr

interiOr

BB (Blackened Bronze) 92 (Thick Wave)

pa S S a g e & p r i V a c y S e t S

Style

Style

Early American Double Cylinder 4000.06 Diameter: 2⅜" Projects: 1¼" Special bore required
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Style

Grand Early American Mortise 4021G.33 Exterior: 3½" × 22" Interior: 3½" × 13"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Style Style

Early American 4012.01 2½" × 4½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish knob Style

AB (Antique Bronze)

AB (Antique Bronze) 92 (Thick Wave)

Early American Mortise 4016.30 2½" × 9¾" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Early American 4012.01 2½" × 4½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

AB (Antique Bronze) 82 (Oval)

AB (Antique Bronze) 92 (Thick Wave)
Finish lever

Early American Mortise Bolt Privacy 4016.03 2½" × 9¾"
OptiOnS ShOwn

AB (Antique Bronze) 93 (Thin Wave)

BB (Blackened Bronze) 92 (Thick Wave)

Multipoint lock mechanisms are built to accept either a profile cylinder or a U.S. cylinder. Architectural Traditions manufactures trims for the profile cylinder in the low position, and trims for the U.S. cylinder in either the low or high position on the escutcheon plate. Lever hub-to-cylinder center measurement is standard at 92mm (3⅝˝). Check with our customer service for specific needs.

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handFOrged brOnze

MOrtiSe entry lOckSetS

M U lt i p O i n t l O c k t r i M

d e a d b O lt S
eXteriOr interiOr

Style

Style

Style

Early American Profile Cylinder 4030.40E 1½" × 9½"
Style Style OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever cylinder

Early American U.S. Cylinder 4034.43E 2½" × 10½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever cylinder

Early American Single Cylinder 4000.05 Diameter: 2⅜" Projects: 1¼" Special bore required
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

DB (Dark Bronze)

Early American Mortise 4036.33 Exterior: 3" × 18" Interior: 2½" × 10½" Cylinder Cover: Optional
FiniSheS ShOwn Finish lever

Grand Early American Mortise 4039G.33 Exterior: 3½" × 22" Interior: 3½" × 13"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

DB (Dark Bronze) 92 (Thick Wave) Profile

BB (Blackened Bronze) 93 (Thin Wave) U.S.

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DB (Dark Bronze) 93 (Thick Wave)

AB (Antique Bronze) 92 (Thick Wave)

handforged bronze early american arch collection
Considered one of our most versatile looks, our Early American Arch has a more lyrical, Old World feel that lets you create a modernday look that’s customized.
Style Style

Early American 4032.01 2½" × 4½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Early American 4033.01 2½" × 8"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish knob

Early American Double Cylinder 4000.06 Diameter: 2⅜" Projects: 1¼" Special bore required
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

AB (Antique Bronze) 93 (Thin Wave)

AB (Antique Bronze) 82 (Oval)

DB (Dark Bronze)

Early American Mortise 4034.30 2½" × 10½" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish knob

Early American Mortise 4034.30 2½" × 10½" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

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Early American 4034.03 Mortise Bolt Privacy 2½" × 10½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Early American 4034.01 2½" × 10½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish knob

BB (Blackened Bronze) 82 (Oval)

DB (Dark Bronze) 95 (“U” Shaped Lever)

BB (Blackened Bronze) 93 (Thin Wave)

BB (Blackened Bronze) 84 (Large Round)

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Santa Fe Sunburst Single Cylinder 4050.05 Diameter: 2⅜" Projection: 1¼" Special bore required
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Santa Fe Sunburst Double Cylinder 4050.06 Diameter: 2⅜" Projection: 1¼" Special bore required
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Santa Fe Sunburst Mortise 4056.33 Exterior: 2¾" × 18½" Interior: 2¾" × 10¼" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Arts & Crafts Mortise 4062.33 Exterior: 3" × 20" Interior: 3" × 11" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

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OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Santa Fe Sunburst U.S. Cylinder 4054.43A 2¾" × 10¼"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

DB (Dark Bronze)

DB (Dark Bronze)

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BB (Blackened Bronze) 92 (Thick Wave)

BB (Blackened Bronze) 95 (“U” Shaped Lever)

BB (Blackened Bronze) 92 (Thick Wave)

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Santa Fe Sunburst 4053.01 Diameter: 3½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish knob

Santa Fe Sunburst Mortise Bolt Privacy 4054.03 2¾" x 10¼"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish knob

AB (Antique Bronze)
82 (Oval)

AB (Antique Bronze) 82 (Oval)

handforged bronze locksets
The sunshine of the Southwest and the

Style

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Santa Fe Sunburst Mortise 4056.33 Exterior: 2¾" × 18½" Interior: 2¾" × 10¼" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish knob

Arts & Crafts Mortise 4062.33 Exterior: 3" × 20" Interior: 3" × 11" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish ring

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Arts & Crafts 4060.01 3" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Santa Fe Sunburst 4054.01 2¾" x 10¼"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

architectural simplicity of the Arts & Crafts movement make these two lockset designs stylish statements for any door.

AB (Antique Bronze) 96 (Ring)

DB (Dark Bronze) 95 (“U” Shaped Lever)

BB (Blackened Bronze) 83 (Small Round)

AB (Antique Bronze) 82 (Oval)

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handforged bronze accessories
Complementary bronze accents throughout your home create an overall design statement that’s elevated, distinctive and refined. Choose from bronze speakeasy grilles and matching clavos, surface bolts and doorbells in hand-forged finishes to create a door with maximum impact and beauty.
Style

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Handforged Bronze 4105 10⅛" × 12"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

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BB (Blackened Bronze)

Handforged Bronze 4113.2 1½" × 3" Furnished: Rim Strike
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

BB (Blackened Bronze)

Standard Profile 4306 4312 4318 4324 Width: 1¾" Length: 6", 12", 18", or 24" Furnished: Rim Strike
OptiOnS ShOwn

Low Profile 4406 4412 4418 4424 Width: 1¾" Length: 6", 12", 18", or 24" Furnished: Mortise Strike
OptiOnS ShOwn

AB (Antique Bronze)

AB (Antique Bronze)

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Handforged Bronze 4105 10⅛" × 12"
OptiOnS ShOwn Style Finish

4510 Diameter: ¾"
OptiOnS ShOwn

4520 Diameter: 1¼"
OptiOnS ShOwn

AB (Antique Bronze)

AB (Antique Bronze)

AB (Antique Bronze)

Handforged Bronze 4100 Diameter: 2"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish Style Style

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BB (Blackened Bronze)

4540 1½" x 1½"
OptiOnS ShOwn

4550 1⅜" x 1⅜"
OptiOnS ShOwn

4530 Diameter: 2½"
OptiOnS ShOwn

BB (Blackened Bronze)

BB (Blackened Bronze)

AB (Antique Bronze)

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These distinctive finishes create a beautifully authentic, time-worn feel for your hardware. Choose from our Iron Rust Antique Finish with its genuine rust pattern and hue. Our Iron Wrought Finish that’s bold and blackened for a stunning, strong statement. Or our Iron Highlight Finish, embellished with sparkling, yet subtle, silver details for a lighter, brighter look. All Handforged Iron finishes are coated with a StableCote™ finish process that slows the aging process of the finish applied to the surface.

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92 (Thick Wave) Projection: 2⅛" Length: 4¾"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

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IH (Iron Highlight)

82 (Oval) Projects: 2⅜" 2" × 2½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

96 (Ring) Projects: 2¼" Diameter: 3⅜"
OptiOnS ShOwn

IH (Iron Highlight)

IH (Iron Highlight)

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Iron Highlight (IH)

93 (Thin Wave) Projection: 2⅛" Length: 4½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

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IH (Iron Highlight)

83 (Small Round) Projects: 2¾" Diameter: 2"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Iron Wrought (IW)

IH (Iron Highlight)

handforged textured handles
Each piece, hand-forged, with unique markings, has

Style

Iron Rust Antique (IRA)

95 (“U” Shaped Lever) Projection: 2⅞" Length: 4"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

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All Handforged Iron finishes used by Architectural Traditions carry no warranty against rust, corrosion, color shift, abrasion resistance,or wear. Please consult our website for full disclosure of all warranties. Product illustrations used in any Architectural Traditions literature are approximations of size, design and finish revealing images as accurate as our photographic and printing parameters will allow.

IH (Iron Highlight)

84 (Large Round) Projects: 2⅞" Diameter: 2¼"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

an authentic Old World look. Choose an iron lever, knob or ring — matched with any escutcheon plate — for a completely rugged and personalized design.

IH (Iron Highlight)

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Early American Single Cylinder 8000.05 Diameter: 2⅜" Projects: 1¼" Special bore required
OptiOnS ShOwn Style Finish

Style

Early American 8014.01 2½" × 7"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Style

IW (Iron Wrought)

93 (Thin Wave)

Early American 8012.01 2½" × 4½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

IW (Iron Wrought)

Early American Mortise 8016.30 2½" × 10" Cylinder Cover: Optional
FiniSheS ShOwn Finish lever

IH (Iron Highlight)

92 (Thick Wave)

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Early American Mortise 8018.33 Exterior: 3" × 18" Interior: 2½" × 10" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

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IH (Iron Highlight) 82 (Oval)

Early American Double Cylinder 8000.06 Diameter: 2⅜" Projects: 1¼" Special bore required
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Early American 8016.01 2½" × 10"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Style

IH (Iron Highlight)

Early American 8012.01 2½" × 4½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

95 (“U” Shaped Lever)

IRA (Iron Rust Antique)

82 (Oval)

IW (Iron Wrought)

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Multipoint lock mechanisms are built to accept either a profile cylinder or a U.S. cylinder. Architectural Traditions manufactures trims for the profile cylinder in the low position, and trims for the U.S. cylinder in either the low or high position on the escutcheon plate. Lever hub-to-cylinder center measurement is standard at 92mm (3⅝˝). Check with our customer service for specific needs.

vintage handforged iron
The adventurous spirit of rustic log cabins and barns are transported to modern day — with this solid and bold design that captures a vintage look and feel.

Style

Grand Early American Mortise 8021G.33 Exterior: 3½" × 22" Interior: 3½" × 13"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Style

IW (Iron Wrought) 92 (Thick Wave)

Early American Profile Cylinder 8010.40E 1½" × 9½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

IW (Iron Wrought)

92 (Thick Wave)

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Arch and Santa Fe Sunburst
Graceful and fluid, with an Early American influence, these designs bring a sense of outdoor adventure and sunshine to your doorway.

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Santa Fe Sunburst Single Cylinder 8050.05 Diameter: 2⅜" Projects: 1¼" Special bore required
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

IH (Iron Highlight)
Style Style

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Early American Mortise 8034.30 2½" × 10" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Also available as a double cylinder set 8050.06

Early American 8034.01 2½" × 10½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish ring

Santa Fe Sunburst 8054.01 2¾" × 10½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish knob

Grand Early American Mortise 8039G.33 Exterior: 3½" × 22½" Interior: 3½" × 13"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

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IW (Iron Wrought)

93 (Thin Wave )

Early American Single Cylinder 8000.05 Diameter: 2⅜" Projects: 1¼" Special bore required
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

IH (Iron Highlight)

96 (Ring)

IW (Iron Wrought)

83 (Small Round)

IH (Iron Highlight)

82 (Oval)

IW (Iron Wrought)

Also available as a double cylinder set 8000.06

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Santa Fe Sunburst 8052.01 Diameter: 3½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

IH (Iron Highlight) 95 (“U” Shaped Lever)

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Santa Fe Sunburst Mortise 8056.33 Exterior: 2¾" × 18½" Interior: 2¾" × 10½" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Early American Mortise 8034.30 2½" × 10" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Santa Fe Sunburst Mortise 8054.30 2¾" × 10½" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Style

Style

Style

IW (Iron Wrought)

IW (Iron Wrought)

82 (Oval)

IW (Iron Wrought)

Early American Profile Cylinder 8030.40E 1½" × 9½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Early American Round 8082.01 Diameter: 3½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Early American 8032.01 2½" × 4½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

92 (Thick Wave)

92 (Thick Wave)

IW (Iron Wrought)

IH (Iron Highlight)

92 (Thick Wave)

93 (Thin Wave)

Iron Rust Antique

93 (Thin Wave)

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Santa Fe Traditional Mortise 8076.33 Exterior: 3" × 18½" Interior: 3" × 11" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

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Also available as a double cylinder set 8050.06

IH (Iron Highlight) 95 (“U” Shaped Lever)

Deco Top Mortise 8086.33 Exterior: 2¼" × 17½" Interior: 2¼" × 10" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Arts & Crafts Mortise 8062.33 Exterior: 3" × 18½" Interior: 3" × 11" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish knob

Santa Fe Traditional Single Cylinder 8070.05 2½" × 4"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

IW (Iron Wrought)

Also available as a double cylinder set 8070.06

IRA (Iron Rust Antique) 93 (Thin Wave)

IW (Iron Wrought) 82 (Oval)

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Deco Top Mortise 8086.33 Exterior: 2¼" × 17½" Interior: 2¼" × 10" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish knob

arts & crafts, santa fe traditional, and deco-top
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Arts & Crafts Mortise 8060.30 3" × 11" Cylinder Cover: Optional
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

IH (Iron Highlight) 84 (Large Round)

Santa Fe Traditional 8072.01 3" × 5¾"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish ring

Deco Top 8084.01 2¼" × 10"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

Arts & Crafts 8060.01 3" × 11"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish lever

These hand-forged collections capture the far eastern and far western influences of the early settlers — and bring it home to modern life.

IW (Iron Wrought) 95 (“U” Shaped Lever)

IRA (Iron Rust Antique)

IRA (Iron Rust Antique) 93 (Thin Wave)

IH (Iron Highlight) 95 (“U” Shaped Lever)

96 (Ring)

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handforged iron accessories
Create a singular statement with handforged iron accessories throughout your home. Lighted doorbell buttons, surface bolts, clavos and speakeasy grilles allow you to infuse a spectacular look that’s one-of-a-kind—and yours—throughout your space.
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Handforged Iron 8105 10⅛" × 12"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

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IW (Iron Wrought)

Handforged Iron 8113.2 1½" × 3" Furnished: Rim Strike
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

IH (Iron Highlight)

Sante Fe Traditional 8206 8212 8218 8224 Width: 1¾" Length: 6", 12", 18", or 24" Furnished: Rim Strike
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Standard Profile 8306 8312 8318 8324 Width: 1¾" Length: 6", 12", 18", or 24" Furnished: Rim Strike
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Low Profile 8406 8412 8418 8424 Width: 1¾" Length: 6", 12", 18", or 24" Furnished: Mortise Strike
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

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IH (Iron Highlight)

IW (Iron Wrought)

IW (Iron Wrought)

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8510 Diameter: ¾"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

8520 Diameter: 1¼"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

8530 Diameter: 2½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

Style

Handforged Iron 8105 10⅛" × 12"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

IRA (Iron Rust Antique)

IH (Iron Highlight)

IW (Iron Wrought)

Handforged Iron 8100 Diameter: 2"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

IH (Iron Highlight)
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IW (Iron Wrought)

8540 1½" × 1½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

8550 1⅜" × 1⅜"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

8560 Diameter: 1½"
OptiOnS ShOwn Finish

IW (Iron Wrought)

IH (Iron Highlight)

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warranty information / care & maintenance

At Architectural Traditions, we take pride in the structural integrity of our products. The design and construction of our products utilizes innate characteristics of the materials to enhance their appearance and set us apart from the rest of the industry. Certain cosmetic details unrelated to structural integrity that are considered defects in the usual applications of the materials are used purposely in Architectural Traditions products and add considerably to their beauty and desirability. When ordering Architectural Traditions product, it is important to understand that dissatisfaction with cosmetic details such as size and frequency of knots, variations in the color, texture and grain pattern of wood, slight differences in the patinas on hardware products and their tendency to wear more where they are used heavily are subjective determinations not covered under warranty.

the customer for all dual-glazed (DG) glass when installation or transportation is at or above 4,000 ft elevation. If Architectural Traditions product containing DG glass is installed above 4,000 feet without capillary breather tubes, this warranty is void. Aside from air seal failure, other glass issues the dealer may claim under this warranty, such as scratch, smudge or other defect, must be claimed within ten (10) days of receiving the product. The standard for determining that a scratch, smudge or other blemish warrants replacement is as follows: • It can be seen from a distance of eleven (11) feet. • It occurs within an oval-shaped area comprising 80% of the viewing area of the glass. • It is visible against normal daylight (not direct sunlight) when viewed perpendicular to the glass.

but is not limited to, using a door on part of a building without providing adequate overhang or an appropriate finish color. Adequate overhang depends on the typical weather conditions of the area where the door is to be used, but at the very minimum means an overhang projecting a distance from the structure equal to one half the distance between the bottom of the door and the bottom of the overhang at the point which is farthest from the door. • Doors that are excessively trimmed: more than ½" from the top or more than 1½" from the bottom • Damage due to failure to perform normal homeowner’s maintenance, including maintaining the finish • Product failure due to improper installation • Damage due to attempts to repair Architectural Traditions product without prior authorization • Doors that are installed with surface checks less than 1 ⁄₃₂" in width

Texture and color variations in the wood, as well as surface checking and other natural aging processes of the wood fiber, do not constitute defects. Slight expansion and contraction of the wood due to differences in temperature and humidity are also not defects. It is the responsibility of the customer to properly maintain the finish of all products against moisture or excessive dryness, and to see to it that all surfaces, whether finished by Architectural Traditions or by the customer, remain adequately sealed. If water sprayed onto the wood beads up and runs off, the wood is properly sealed. If water penetrates the wood, the window is not properly sealed and this warranty does not apply. In addition, there is no coverage under these warranties for installation beyond our printed labor schedule, repainting or refinishing, or other expenses or costs incurred due to the replacement of glass. Furthermore, this warranty does not cover loss of time or inconvenience, nor does it cover delays or construction costs for late or damaged delivery or incidental or consequential damages. This is a pro-rated warranty: see Architectural Traditions Limited Glass Warranty Schedule for specifics.

There is no warranty against seal failure for glass units larger than 36 square feet. This is pro-rated warranty: see Architectural Traditions Limited Glass Warranty Schedule for specifics. Capillary breather tubes must be specified by the customer for all dual-glazed (DG) glass when installation or transportation is at or above 4,000 ft. elevation. If Architectural Traditions product containing DG glass is installed above 4,000 fee without capillary breather tubes, this warranty is void. Aside from air seal failure, other glass issues the dealer my claim under this warranty such as scratch, smudge or other defect, must be claimed within ten (10) days of receiving the product. The standard for determining that a scratch, smudge or other blemish warrants replacement is as follows: It can be seen from a distance of eleven (11) feet. It occurs within an oval-shaped area comprising 80% of the viewing area of the glass. It is visible against normal daylight (not direct sunlight) when viewed perpendicular to the glass.

• Damage due to use in swimming pools, whirlpool tubs, pas or other high-humidity areas without adequate ventilation or humidity control • Normal wear and tear

HARDWARE WARRANTY
LIMITED WARRANTY

LIMITED DOOR WARRANTY
Subject to the conditions and restrictions listed below, all stile-and-rail doors manufactured by Architectural Traditions meet or exceed industry standards and are warranted for one year from the date of shipment to be free from defects in material and workmanship.
ExcLusIONs TO WARRANTY

This warranty is only valid when the products covered by the warranty are handled, installed, sealed, finished, and maintained in conformance with all of Architectural Traditions’ instructions. Please contact your dealer if instructions are not provided with the product. This warranty also does not cover: • True Plank doors for bow or warp • Warp for French doors more than 7 feet in height or 3 feet in width unless used with multi-point hardware, in which case 8 feet in height is allowable • Defects in doors thinner than 1 ¾” for exterior use • Interior doors used in an exterior application • Warp for any door over 8 feet in height and 4 feet in width • Gates, or doors used in a gate application • Any special custom product manufactured according to the customer’s specifications • Dissatisfaction with the performance or appearance of our finish, or a field-applied finish • Dissatisfaction with variations in the color or texture of the wood, as well as knots in the wood • Damage caused by others, or by any cause outside the control of Architectural Traditions, including but not limited to damage caused by misuse, abuse, accident, mishandling, or by fire, flood, earthquake, storm, or other acts of nature • Any door that is misused. “Misuse” of a door includes,

• Pnl shrinkage and misalignment, which leaves an unstained line along the edge of the panel. This is caused by differences in temperature and humidity, and is not a defect. • Slight expansion and contraction of the door or window due to changes in temperature and humidity are not defects • Water infiltration • Wood sills • Doors not sealed on all six surfaces Note: Architectural Traditions retains its right to inspect any product that is alleged to be defective.

Architectural Traditions warrants goods sold against defects in workmanship or materials for a period of one (1) year from the original invoice date. This warranty is limited to repair or replacement of those goods. Architectural Traditions is not responsible for any damage caused by mishandling, tampering, or abuse, improper installation, or any events outside the control of Architectural Traditions. Architectural Traditions will pay reasonable freight charges, but otherwise is not responsible for any incidental or consequential damages including, but not limited to, the payment of any labor costs or other expenses incurred in the return or replacement of defective merchandise. Architectural Traditions extends a lifetime limited mechanical warranty for its tubular dead bolt latch, passage latch, and privacy latch. This warranty shall be for manufacturing defects only, for products used in private residences. In addition, Architectural Traditions will extend a 20 year limited warranty on its mortise box when used in a private residence. A one-year limited warranty applies to mortise boxes used in a commercial setting. This mortise box limited warranty shall apply manufacturing defects only; it does not apply to improper installation or any other forms of abuse.

ExcLusIONs TO WARRANTY

WARp DAMAgE

This warranty does not cover:
H A R D W A R E , W E AT H E R - s T R I p p I N g & scREENs

Claims due to warp may be deferred for up to 12 months from the date of the claim in order to allow the door the opportunity to return to its original form once it has acclimated to local humidity and temperature conditions. The deferral will not be counted against the warranty period. Warp shall not be considered a defect unless it exceeds ¼" in the plane of the door. Warp is measured by placing a straight edge or a taut string on the concave face of the door and determine the maximum distance from the straight edge or string to the door face. This warranty is only valid when the door is properly hung, finished, and is sealed on all six surfaces. In order to be covered by the warranty, warp must occur in the door itself, and not be the result of an improperly installed jamb or a wall out of plumb.

• Glass breakage, color of glass, bent glass, triple insulating glass, decorative/art type glass, distortion • Dissatisfaction with the performance or appearance of the finish • Failures or operating difficulties due to accident, abuse, misuse, alteration, misapplication, faulty building construction or design • Damage due to exposure to extreme or abusive environments • Damage caused by failing to comply with Architectural Traditions Handling, Finishing and Installation. Please contact your dealer for this information, if it is not supplied with the product. • Damage due to failure to perform normal homeowner’s maintenance, including maintaining the finish • Damage due to unauthorized repairs • Failures or operating difficulties resulting from exposure to corrosive fumes or condensates • Damage due to stress from movement of the structure in which the windows are installed • Damage due to application of films or coatings on the interior of the glass

LIMITED WINDOW WARRANTY
WOOD sAsH AND fRAMEs

LIMITED gLAss WARRANTY fOR DOORs

Architectural Traditions warrants, to the original consumer, the quality, workmanship and materials of the sash and frames to be free of defects which might render the product unserviceable for a period of ten (10) years. This refers specifically to the structural integrity of the window, and provides against warp, twist, cup or bow in excess of ¼” across the plane of the sash. This warranty applies to our standard size Incense Cedar and Mahogany windows only. Standard size is defined as 3 feet or less in width and 6 feet or less in height. Oversized windows have a limited five (5) year glass warranty only.

Architectural Traditions warrants, to the original consumer, the quality, workmanship and materials of the Window Hardware, Weather-stripping and Screens to be free of defects which might render the product unserviceable for a period of one (1) year from the date of invoice. Within the warranty period we will repair or replace, at Architectural Traditions’ discretion, defective product at no charge to the customer. Architectural Traditions will not be responsible for customer-applied finishes, installation costs, or any other work necessary for the replacement of the product. Weathering of hardware finishes may vary, and is not considered a defect.

A NOTE AbOuT fINIsHEs

LIMITED gLAss WARRANTY

Insulated glass: Architectural Traditions, as the manufacturer, warrants all insulated glass delivered to the original customer or its authorized dealer against failure of the air seal for a period of five (5) years. This is a prorated warranty. (See Architectural Traditions Limited Glass Warranty Schedule for specifics.) Capillary breather tubes must be specified by

Insulated glass: Architectural Traditions, as the manufacturer, warrants all standard-sized insulated window glass delivered to the original customer or its authorized dealer against failure of the air seal for a period of ten (10) years. Oversized insulated glass is warranted for a period of five (5) years.

Finishes on iron-based products are susceptible to rust. While we apply several coats of high-quality lacquer to our iron-based parts, the frequency of use and the environment the hardware is used in will eventually result in wear on the finish and/or the appearance of rust. This is considered to be a part of the normal evolution of the finish and is not a defect. Wiping the hardware with a cloth treated with a light oil, such as sewing machine oil or gun oil will clean the hardware, help control rust, and give it a rejuvenated appearance. Patina finishes on our bronze and brass hardware are a “living” finish – that is, they change with time and use. The finishes may rub off where they are used frequently and darken where they are not. This is not considered to be a defect. These parts may also be wiped with a soft cloth and a light oil to clean the hardware and enhance appearance.

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We strive to match finishes within a given order, but parts ordered at a later date will not match the original pieces. They should age to match, but it will take a period of time. Since bronze does not rust, it is recommended for use in particularly damp environments where iron-based parts might rust severely. Iron-based pieces are not warranted against rust.

LIMITED gLAss WARRANTY scHEDuLE gLAss 10-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ( s TA N D A R D W I N D O W s I z E s 3 f T. O R L E s s I N W I D T H A N D 6 f T. O R L E s s IN HEIgHT)
YEAR scHEDuLE

With the first two years of the warranty period, our general policy is that a sash with more than 3 failed lites will be entirely replaced with the dealer doing installation. Lites bigger than 12 sq ft., the dealer would provide the glass. This is due to the difficulty of shipping large pieces of glass and the high rate of breakage. The final 8 years of warranty, where labor is not applicable, Architectural Traditions will supply the glass and charge the prorated difference to the dealer, or will issue the appropriate credit when dealer supplies glass. Every effort will be made to supply glass similar to what originally supplied, but Architectural Traditions makes no guarantees that the glass will match exactly.

OTHER DAMAgE ObsERvED upON REcEIpT Of pRODucT

L I M I TAT I O N O f W A R R A N T Y

If a product is determined, upon receipt and inspection, to be defective, Architectural Traditions must be notified within 30 days of the purchaser’s receipt of the product before any installation, hanging, fitting, or finishing charges have been incurred. Upon written notification by an authorized dealer of Architectural Traditions products, we will at our option: Repair the product, or Provide a replacement part or parts for the product, or Provide a replacement product. A replacement product or part will be as originally purchased from Architectural Traditions, and specifically does not include freight, finishing or installation charges. To clarify further: if a visible and/or apparent defect exists upon your receipt and inspection of a product from Architectural Traditions, it is imperative that we be notified before any further costs are incurred. We will not assume any liability for those costs. Architectural Traditions will not be responsible for any product repaired or replaced without the prior written notification of our office. All claims for billing errors, shipping errors or merchandise defects noted upon receipt must be submitted within thirty (30) days from receipt of product. Any other claims must be made within the one-year warranty period. Warranty claims must be made in writing to the distributor or dealer from whom the items were purchased. Architectural Traditions will make a determination of validity of claim and respond in writing to the dealer within 30 days.

This warranty sets forth Architectural Traditions’ maximum liability for its products. Architectural Traditions makes no other warranty, expressed or implied, including implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose with respect to its products except as set forth above. No customer, distributor, sales person, dealer or other representative has the authority to alter these warranties either orally or in writing. Architectural Traditions shall not be responsible for indirect, consequential or incidental damages, unless state law excludes limitation or exclusion of incidental or consequential damages.

cARE AND MAINTENANcE INsTRucTIONs
M A I N TA I N I N g A R c H I T E c T u R A L T R A D I T I O N s ’ RubbED-OIL fINIsH

LAbOR scHEDuLE

1-2 3-5 6 7 8 9 10

Glass and labor per attached labor schedule Glass only, 100% value Glass only, 50% value Glass only, 40% value Glass only, 30% value Glass only, 20% value Glass only, 10% value

Travel and/or set-up time . . . . . . . . . . . . . $40 Sash Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $30/Sash 1-15 SQ.FT. of glass per lite . . . . . . . . . . $30/Lite 16-32 SQ.FT. of glass per lite . . . . . . . . . $40/Lite 33 SQ.FT. and above of glass per lite . . . . . $50/Lite

This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state. In the event that state law prohibits the exclusion or limitation of implied warranties, the duration of any such warranties shall be no longer than, and the time and manner of presenting a claim shall be the same as, that provided in the express warranty stated herein.

Your Architectural Traditions doors and windows have been manufactured to last for years, but as with any piece of fine furniture, the finish will require some simple periodic maintenance to keep it looking its best and to provide protection from the elements. Regular finish maintenance is also a requirement of the warranty. We recommend that you maintain wood products exposed to exterior environments annually. If your doors or windows receive a lot of moisture or direct sunlight (Southern and Western exposures, for example), you will want to examine the finish often. Watch for drying and fading, and plan your maintenance accordingly. To maintain your Architectural Traditions RubbedOil finish, simply clean the wood and remove mold or fungus, if necessary. Cleaning the wood may be as simple rubbing steel wool across the surface of the door (exterior only). Start with medium-coarse and finish by buffing with fine density. More extensive cleaning may include the use of deck cleaners, or one part household bleach to three parts water. After you have cleaned the door or window, simply apply a coat of wood oil, with or without color. We use oil by Cabot or Watco, both of which are available in “Natural Oil.” Apply the oil with a brush then finish by thoroughly wiping the door or window with a clean cotton rag. Apply several coats if necessary. The oil will bring back the rich color in the wood.

For wirebrushed surfaces, sand your door with 80 or 100 grit sandpaper to achieve desired grain texture, remove rough areas, and eliminate splinters. (CAUTION: Oversanding will eliminate wirebrushed texture.) Rub door or window vigorously with medium coarse steel wool approximately 7-10 minutes per side or until all edges are rounded and flat surfaces are slick. For sanded (smooth) surfaces, you must sand door or window thoroughly starting with 120 grit and finishing with 220 grit. Failure to do so may show inconsistencies in your stain, particularly when using lacquer or varnish top coats. Our warranty requires that you immediately seal all exposed wood, including all mortised and drilled areas, with at least two full coats of sealer or primer. After it is sealed, let the door acclimatize to the environment before putting the finish coats on the product. There are two ways to finish raw wood, regardless of whether it’s been stained to change the color or it is left natural. The first is with a series of penetrating oils that toughen the wood fiber as they build up after consecutive coats. The second is with a shell-like paint, urethane, or varnish as a protective top coat. There are advantages to both methods: consult your paint professional to determine which finish best suits your particular needs.

s H O R TA g E s A N D / O R D E f E c T I v E MERcHANDIsE

gLAss 5-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ( O v E R s I z E W I N D O W s u p T O 5 0 s q . f T. )
YEAR scHEDuLE

gLAss ALLOWANcE If NOT pROvIDED bY ARcHITEcTuRAL TRADITIONs

1 2 3 4 5

Glass and labor per attached labor schedule Glass only, 50% value Glass only, 35% value Glass only, 25% value Glass only, 5% value

DG Annealed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3.50/SQ.FT. DG Tempered . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5.50/SQ.FT. DG Low E Annealed . . . . . . . . . . . $6.20/SQ.FT. DG Low E Tempered . . . . . . . . . . . $7.20/SQ.FT.

If your order has an apparent shortage, you must contact your distributor, dealer or Architectural Traditions Customer Service Department within five (5) days after receipt of your order. Defective merchandise must be reported within thirty (30) days of receipt of your order. Defective products must be held by the customer for inspection. Merchandise which has been disposed of will not be considered for claims. Architectural Traditions must approve all returns and transportation of defective merchandise in writing. These warranties do no apply to product shipped outside the continental United States, Hawaii or Canada.

M A I N T E N A N c E A N D R E pA I R s

RETuRNs cLAIMs

M A I N TA I N I N g A R c H I T E c T u R A L T R A D I T I O N s ’ T O p c O AT f I N I s H

Within the first two years of the 10-year warranty or the first year of the 5-year warranty, one of the following options may apply: Architectural Traditions replaces entire sash and issues credit for installation to dealer per attached labor schedule. If job was prefinished and the replacement sash is ordered with finish, no guarantee of finish match can be given, especially after a couple of years, due to fading. We may require the replaced sash to be returned to factory to analyze the cause of seal failure. Architectural Traditions replaces glass and glass bead; dealer provides labor and is issued credit per attached labor schedule. Architectural Traditions provides glass bead; dealer provides glass and labor with credit to be issued per attached labor schedule.

Customers must examine their shipments upon receipt: • For possible freight damage. • To verify that you received what you ordered. • To verify that the product is flat and straight and has no defects.

Returns must be approved in writing by Architectural Traditions prior to the return of any product.

s p E c I f I c AT I O N s A N D p R O c E D u R E s

If you have ordered a top coat finish, inspect the finish annually (more under extreme conditions) and if maintenance is needed, lightly sand the surface and reapply two coats of oil-based exterior polyurethane.

At least annually, examine your doors and windows for signs of damage or deterioration. Scratches or dings can be repaired using a cotton swab dampened with wood stain. Remove as much excess stain as possible by dabbing the cotton swab on a clean cloth before touching up the door (this ensures an even color tone). Check periodically to see if the exterior sealants exhibit any gaps, leaks or signs of damage or deterioration, and if so, apply a quality exterior caulking to these areas.

Architectural Traditions reserves the right to discontinue or change any product, design, function, finish or price without prior notice.

fINIsH RAW WOOD

pRODucT DAMAgED DuRINg sHIppINg

TRANsfERAbILITY Of WARRANTY

If you believe the product was damaged during shipping, you must note it on your freight bill and immediately notify Architectural Traditions so a freight claim can be filed.

This warranty applies to the original consumer of this product only and is not transferable.

It is imperative that the finish you apply fit the exposure expected for your particular application. Extreme exposure or inclement conditions beyond the norm require special attention. Before sealing your door or window, you must follow the instructions below, regardless of type of stain.

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product index
pHOTOgRApHY INDEx pg MODEL WOOD sTIckINg fINIsH TExTuRE HARDWARE OpTIONs

DOOR INDEx ITEM pA g E ITEM pA g E

HARDWARE INDEx ITEM pA g E ITEM pA g E ITEM pA g E

1001 1002 1003 1005 1012 1015 1033 1034 1036 1043 1044 1052 1053 1064 1071 1502 1503 1504 1524 1552 1553 1572 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2010 2011 2013 2031 2032 2053 2093 2501 2502 3018

11, 15 15 12 13 10, 12 10 14 13 11, 16, 24 13 14 23 23 22 22 15 12 12 14 14 12 15 17 16 18 16 17 20 20 19, 21 17 17, 18 19 19 16 18 24

3021 3022 3045 3048 3051 3056 3057 4001 4006 4009 4501 4506 5001 5003 5018 5021 5022 5503 6001 6005 6009 6015 6021 6026 6423 6433 6510 6558 SL3004 SL3045 SL3051 SL4011 SL4032 SL6001 SL6009 SL6430

25 25 26 26 26 26 24 25 26 24 25 26 26 27 10 18 18 27 29 30 31 31 25, 29 30 29 29 30 31 13 26 14, 29 25 29 16 31 24

WINDOW INDEx ITEM pA g E

Homestead casement windows Traditional casement windows Fixed windows Frn casement windows Double/single hung windows Specialty windows

101 - 105 107 - 109 111 - 113 115 - 119 121 - 123 124 - 125

01 02 04 05 10 11 20 22 50 55 60 80 82 83 84 92 93 95 96 1005 1020 1030 1035 1036G 1040 1045 1046G 1050 1055 1070 1081G 1304 1409 1412 1418 1424 1801 2005 2020 2030 2035 2036G 2045 2055 2060 2070 2076G 2081G 2210 2309

140 140 140 140 141 141 141 141 141 141 140 141 151, 161 151, 161 151, 161 150, 160 150, 160 150, 160 151, 161 142 143 143 143 143 143 143 142 142 143 142 142 148 148 148 148 148 149 144 145 145 145 145 145 145 144, 145 144 144 144 148 148

2409 2412 2418 2424 2818 2824 2830 2836 3005 3020 3030 3035 3040 3045 3050 3070 4000 4012 4016 4018 4021G 4030 4032 4033 4034 4036 4039G 4050 4053 4054 4056 4060 4062 4100 4105 4113 4306 4312 4318 4324 4406 4412 4418 4424 4510 4520 4530 4540 4550 5200

148 148 148 148 149 149 149 149 146 147 147 147 147 146, 147 146 146 153, 155 153 152, 153 152 152 153, 155 155 155 154, 155 154 154 157 157 156, 157 156 157 156 158 158 159 159 159 159 159 159 159 159 159 159 159 159 159 159 149

5201 149 5210 149 5220 149 5230 149 8000 162, 165, 167 8010 163 8012 163 8014 163 8016 162, 163 8018 162 8021G 162 8030 165 8032 165 8034 164, 165 8039G 164 8050 165 8052 165 8054 164, 165 8056 164 8060 166, 167 8062 166 8070 167 8072 167 8076 166 8082 165 8084 167 8086 166 8100 168 8105 168 8113 169 8206 169 8218 169 8224 169 8306 169 8312 169 8318 169 8324 169 8406 169 8412 169 8418 169 8424 169 8510 169 8520 169 8530 169 8540 169 8550 169 8560 169

Cover 3a 3b 7a 7b 8a 8b 10 13 17 19 20a 20b 22a 22b 24 27 28 30a 30b 31 33a 33b 33c 34 35 40 41 42a 44 49 51 54 56a 57b 58 59 60a 60b 60c 61 62 63 64a 64b 65a 65b 66 71a 71b 74a 74b 75 76

EX3076 1015-TA 1015-TA Custom FA EX6023 EX6028 EX2001-FA EX1015 EX2010 EX1004 EX2010 EX2010 IN1052 IN1072 EX5002-TA EX6010 EX6003 4-Lite EX6010 EX2002-TA Custom Gates EX6010-FA EX6001 EX6001 EX6003-TA EX1002-FA EX3002 4-Lite EX2002-FA IN1001 EX6010 EX1026 EX1026 EX3558 EX6010 EX1036 4-Lite EX6001 EX4501-TA EX6001-FA Custom FA EX6008 EX6010-FA Homestead Win. EX3048 EX3002 EX1002-FA Custom EX6028 EX3002 EX2010 EX6028

Character Walnut 3076 Knotty Alder Knotty Alder Knotty Alder Cedar Cedar Cedar Knotty Alder Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Knotty Alder Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Mahogany Knotty Alder Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Mesquite Cedar Cedar Cedar Knotty Alder Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Knotty Alder Knotty Alder Cedar Cedar Cedar Knotty Alder Cedar Cedar Cedar Knotty Alder Cedar Knotty Alder Cedar Knotty Alder Cedar Cedar Cedar Rocky Mtn Jr A&C / Flat Pnl Rocky Mtn Sr Classic Classic Sonoran Flush/Plank A&C / Flat Pnl Plank Overlay Classic Plank Overlay Plank Overlay Rocky Mtn Classic Crafted Classic Classic Classic Classic Crafted/Plank Classic Classic Classic Classic Crafted Moulding Classic Classic Frn / Plank Rocky Mtn Sr Classic Classic Classic Classic Classic A&C / Flat Pnl Rocky Moutain Classic Spanish / Plank Classic Rocky Mtn Sr Classic Classic Classic A&C / Flat Pnl Classic Rocky Mtn Sr Classic Rocky Mtn Sr Classic Plank Overlay Classic

Cntry Bn “Glaze” Cntry Bn “Glaze” Lt Cntry Black Lt Cntry Black Tuscan Green Cntry Rustico Lt Cntry Black Rustico Barnwood Tuscan Green Rustico Dark Cntry Bn Cntry Lt Cntry Black Custom Cntry Bn Driftwood Dark Mahogany Tuscan Walnut Custom Custom Custom Rincon Cntry Bn Cntry Rincon Cntry Bn Lt Cntry Black Custom Rustico Cntry Rincon Custom Lt Cntry Black Dark Cntry Bn “Glaze” Spanish Custom Rustico Lt Cntry Black Cntry Catalina Barnwood Custom Custom Spanish Rincon Lt Cntry Black Custom Rustico Cntry

Rocky Mtn Arizona Regular Rocky Mtn Wirebrush Sanded Reg Distress Wirebrush Regular Wirebrush Sanded Wirebrush Wirebrush Sanded

2081G Mortise Lock 2081G Mortise Lock 8105 Speakeasy Grille-IW 2081G Mortise Lock, 2418 Surface BoLts TA, Speakeasy FA-Common Arch Pair, C Lite Cut Magnum Slide OPS Clavos 1-Lite Sidelites 3-Lite Sidelite Gothic Arch Pair

8086 Thumbgrip Custom Pulls 1070 Mortise Lock

1040.80-SD Sanded Reg Distress Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Sanded Rocky Mtn Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Rocky Mtn Rocky Mtn Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Hvy Sanded Reg Distress Rocky Mtn Sanded Sanded Wirebrush Rocky Mtn Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Arizona Rocky Mtn Wirebrush Rocky Mtn Wirebrush Sanded Reg Distress Sidelites

Knocker

Custom Radius & Transom Speakeasy, Clavos

Magnum Pocket Slider Mesquite no longer available FA 4-Sash Transom TA 4-Lite Spoke Transom Latilla Speakeasy Sidelites 8084 Dutch Door 1035.1 Magnum Slider Clavos, Commercial Pivots 2081G Mortise Lock, 2418 Surface Bolts FA-Common Arch Pair, Cstm Lite Cut

1040.10-SM

Sidelite, Transom Glass by others OPS, Awning Windows Sidelite Transom OPS

4034.92-BB

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pHOTOgRApHY INDEx pg MODEL WOOD sTIckINg fINIsH TExTuRE HARDWARE OpTIONs

78 84 85 86 89a 89b 90 92 94 96 100 101 103a 103b 105a 105b 107 110 114 117a 117b 120 124 126a 126b 127 128 130 132a 132b 139a 139b 140 142 144 146 147 152 154 155 156 157 158a 158b 159 162 163 164 166 167 168 169

EX6001 EX6001 EX6001 4-Lite EX6001 EX6001 EX6023 EX6021 EX6023 EX6021 Homestead Homestead Homestead EX2010-TA Homestead Homestead Trad Casement Custom Fixed Frn Casement Frn Casement-FA Homestead Double Hung Circle Homestead TA Homestead Homestead Frn Casement Homestead FA Custom Homestead EX6001 EX2002 EX6003 EX1002 Custom IN1002 EX2001-FA EX1004 EX1008

Cedar Cedar Cedar Cherry Cedar Cedar Knotty Alder Cedar VG Fir Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Cedar Knotty Alder Cedar Cedar Knotty Alder Knotty Alder Cedar Cedar Knotty Alder

Classic Classic Classic A&C Classic Classic Rocky Mtn Sr Classic Classic Classic A&C Classic Classic Plank Overlay Classic Classic Classic A&C Classic Classic Classic Classic Classic Classic Classic A&C Classic A&C Irish Classic Classic Crafted / Plank Classic Frn Moulding Rocky Mtn Plank Rocky Mtn Sr Spanish / Plank Classic Crafted / Hip

Cntry Bn Glazed Walnut Tuscan Walnut Traditional Rincon Barnwood Lt Cntry Black Glazed Walnut Burnt Caramel Rubbed White Cntry Bn Cntry Bn Special Walnut Rincon Cntry Bn Cntry Bn Cntry Bn Barnwood Rincon Cntry Rincon Special Walnut Tuscan Green Rustico Red Cntry Black Rustico Driftwood Special Walnut Cntry Black Spanish Cntry Bn Tuscan Walnut Rincon Cntry Spanish Lt Cntry Black Rincon Rustico Custom

Wirebrush Santa Barbara Wirebrush Sanded Wirebrush Sanded Arizona Santa Barbara Regular Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush Rocky Mtn Wirebrush Wirebrush Rocky Mtn Rocky Mtn Wirebrush Wirebrush Sanded

1031G.10-SD MuLtipoint Hardware

Exterior Bifold Exterior Bifold Radius Exterior Bifold Magnum Pocket Slider Magnum Slider Conventional Magnum Pocket Slider Lift / Slide Lift / Slide Pocket

TA, strap hinges by others

Custom Gothic Transom FA, Butt Hinges Bow Window Double Hung/Fixed Mull Window TA Fixed FA Transom Bow Window FA Mulled FA Sys Custom Lite Cut Pioneer 1050 Mortise Lock-SM OPS Sys Pioneer 1040.80 Passage-SM Knocker Speakeasy, Clavos Custom TA Door / Window Sys Clavos OPS Sys

Pioneer 2045.80 Passage-SD Pioneer 1081G Mortise Entry-SD FA Handforged 4034.92-BB Speakeasy Grille-BB 4540 Clavos-SD Handforged Surface Bolt 4113.2-AB

EX1002 EX2010 EX1002 EX6023 EX5022

Knotty Alder Cedar Cedar Cedar Knotty Alder

Spanish / Classic Plank Overlay Classic Classic Crafted / Plank

Lt Cntry Black Rincon Lt Cntry Black Tuscan Green Cntry Bn

Rocky Mtn Wirebrush Wirebrush Wirebrush

Handforged 8016.92-IW Speakeasy Grille Handforged 8084.01.96-IRA Passage OPS Sys Speakeasy Grille-SD
p R O D u c T D E s I g N s A N D s p E c I f I c AT I O N s A R E s u b j E c T T O c H A N g E W I T H O u T N O T I c E AT M I L L D I s c R E T I O N . p H O T O g R A p H s I N T H I s b R O c H u R E g I v E A N I N D I c AT I O N O f f I N I s H c O L O R , b u T D u E T O v A R I AT I O N s I N W O O D T E x T u R E , g R A I N , s p E c I E s , D I s T R E s s , p H O T O g R A p H Y A N D p R I N T I N g , A c T u A L f I N I s H c O L O R s M AY v A R Y f R O M T H O s E s H O W N . D O O R D E s I g N s M AY v A R Y f R O M b R O c H u R E p H O T O g R A p H s b A s E D O N A c T u A L D O O R s I z E O R D E R E D .

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