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Amarr Horizon MultiView Aluminum Door Showcased on Episode of HGTV’s Brother vs. Brother

Jul 09, 2018 10:57am

WINSTON-SALEM, NC (JUNE 28, 2018) – HGTV’s popular Brother vs. Brother series with Jonathan and Drew Scott featured an Amarr MultiView garage door in the recent season finale, which was broadcast on June 27.  The Amarr Horizon HO1000 door, supplied by Entrematic, was installed by RW Garage Doors located in Vacaville, California.

“The Amarr Horizon door was the perfect solution for the sleek, modern architectural style Jonathan Scott envisioned for this home,” said Entrematic vice president of marketing Vickie Lents.  “He used the garage door as a key element in the complete transformation of a dilapidated house in El Sobrante into a beautiful contemporary home.”

“We at Entrematic were thrilled that RW Garage Doors invited us to join the Scott brothers’ project,” she said.  “The finished home is absolutely gorgeous, which reflects the incredible talent of Jonathan Scott and the entire Brothers vs. Brother construction team and series production crew.”

Amarr Horizon aluminum doors feature split horizontal rails with equal glass height in all sections of the doors.  The doors have no vertical center stile on the 8-foot-wide garage door with single pane glass and are available in six anodize finishes, 26 standard paint (PVDF or powder coat) colors, and unlimited RAL or custom colors.  The garage door featured in the episode has a Black anodize finish with Frost glass.

“The Amarr Horizon doors are stunning and offer the widest single piece of glass that specifications, safety and reliability standards allow,” Lents added.  “The doors provide the perfect solution for residential applications with sleek, modern styling.  The doors also are ideal for interior uses as well.”

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