Increase Your Home’s Curb Appeal with Amarr Carriage Court CC4000
Amarr is excited to announce the release of its brand new overlay garage door, the Amarr Carriage Court CC4000! This door has a distinct, defined styling with 14 different carriage house designs that can easily be seen from the curb. Here are four things you need to know about this new collection.
- The Amarr Carriage Court collection boasts a superior four-layer construction.
The Amarr Carriage Court CC4000 is the first Amarr residential garage door with four-layer construction. The four layers are a composite overlay, steel exterior, polystyrene insulation, and steel interior. The polystyrene interior and steel interior backing provide energy efficiency and noise reduction. The 2” thick door is built with a 1-3/8” steel section and 5/8” composite overlay trim.
- Our composite overlay trim is durable.
Made of reclaimed wood fiber and thermoplastic polymer, our overlay composite trim resists rot, decay, and fungal growth. It won’t flake, blister, peel, pit or corrode. The Amarr Carriage Court collection is a great choice to enhance your home’s curb appeal with an innovative, durable design.
- Coped edges aren’t just on the overlay trim – they’re also on our windows.
Amarr Carriage Court CC4000 features 5/8” thick decorative window grilles with coped edges. The window designs are large (24” top sections) and allow for plenty of natural light. They are also available in double-strength, obscure, or insulated glass. Maybe windows aren’t your thing? No problem – the Amarr Carriage Court collection also features closed square and closed arch top section options.
- Decorative hardware is an easy way to enhance the authenticity of Amarr Carriage Court CC4000’s carriage house design.
If you’re really looking for something to take this door to the next level, both aluminum and stamped steel decorative hardware are available for this door. Handles and straps are an easy addition to your door to increase your home’s curb appeal.
What’s your favorite aspect of the new Amarr Carriage Court collection? Let us know in the comments below!