Garden doors combine elegant design with refined craftsmanship. Even if you don’t have a garden, they offer gorgeous and energy-efficient access to your backyard. Commonly known as terrace doors, this style dramatically changes the appearance of your home and frames your outdoor space. Letting natural light into the room, garden doors help keep your home well lit and warm. The high-quality manufacturing of Centennial’s products ensure that heat is kept out in the summer months and locked inside during the winter. Additionally, both the inside and outside panes are easy-to-clean. Rust and corrosion resistant, they come in many different styles and finishes to suit your home. We custom create the exact entry system that suits your vision and offer 29 standard colours or can colour match to fit your home’s unique aesthetic. You can even choose from different decorative glass options and stylish grill patterns.
From classic to contemporary, we have a style that will suit your home.
Enhance your home’s curb appeal and express your personality.
Our heavy duty, ball bearing hinges are made of solid brass.
They will operate the same as they did the day they were installed!
Solid forged brass Centennial hardware is heavier and stronger than aluminum or plated steel hardware.
Choose from over 100 style and colour combinations!
Available in 29 standard interior and exterior colours.
Choose a colour to blend in with your existing finishes or create a bold statement!
As a finishing touch, we provide fully painted interior trim.
Enjoy the beauty of your new entry system!
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Centennial’s beautiful, premium high density fibreglass doors are strong, versatile, and resist warping.
Steel entrance doors are extremely durable, with galvanized steel that provides added rust resistance.
Our sliding patio doors are made from high-quality vinyl, which helps control your home’s temperature without compromising natural light.
This beautiful double door system lets in lots of natural light while remaining energy efficient and low maintenance.
Last year, the energy audit pointed out that our door was not sealing properly. We ordered a new one from Centennial. This was a small job for them, but they treated it with professionalism, installing it without a hitch. We were put at ease with the warranty, which even covers sun fading. This year, we started replacing our wooden windows on the second storey. Centennial outdid themselves this time. They replaced seven windows in one day — all the right size, exactly as ordered, perfectly trimmed (even the nail holes filled), and expertly caulked. We have already noticed how quiet the bedrooms are with less street noise. Centennial delivered quality products with highly skilled installation at a reasonable cost.Gary Waterdown, ON
Garden and French doors are both types of entry systems, meaning they lead from the exterior of your home to the inside. The main difference is where the hinges are located and how they operate. Garden doors are hinged in the centre and come with a rolling screen door. They have one operational panel and a stationary panel that cannot be opened. French doors are hinged at the sides. They have one operational panel and one stationary panel; however, the stationary panel can be opened by releasing the locking mechanism.
Replacing old garden doors with new energy efficient models is a great way to increase your home’s energy efficiency. Newer, ENERGY STAR® certified models have been designed and tested to perform to a higher standard than non-certified models. It’s important to note that any entrance system with glass will be less energy efficient than solid steel or fibreglass.
These are a great choice for any room where you want to seamlessly connect the indoor living space to the outdoors. These steel doors have two full glass panels that let in lots of natural light and come with a rolling screen door to increase the room’s ventilation. They can be coated in one of 29 standard colour options, so they can be made to match any interior and exterior colours that you have already chosen for your home.