Midland Door Solutions has announced plans to start offering large custom architectural doors that can be used in high-end homes.
The doors, the manufacturer says, offer the flexibility to open up large spans of wall or can be used to divide interior spaces in large homes.
“Our architectural doors offer the same high-quality features as our agriculture, airplane hangar, and commercial doors while giving customers a custom design that stands out from the rest,” says Jason Myrvik, general manager of Midland, a full-service manufacturer that designs, builds, and installs custom bi-fold and hydraulic doors for agriculture, commercial buildings, and custom homes. “We’re excited to bring the dependability the Midland name is synonymous with to a new market.”
Like its other products lines, the architectural doors can be made in nearly any size specifications and can be finished with a wide range of materials, from frosted and etched glass to cedar siding or aluminum facade. “The possibilities are only limited by the architect’s imagination,” Myrvik says.
The doors come in two lift styles—hydraulic lift and bi-fold. Operating systems are mounted and concealed in the door headers while the lifting mechanisms are hidden behind the doors’ uprights, resulting in clean lines and enhanced headroom, the company says.