Your entry door is the first thing people notice when they visit your home. It makes a statement and sets the tone for the rest of the house. But choosing the right door isn't easy; unless you choose a ReliaBilt Door. ReliaBilt Doors are an easy choice because they've earned the trust of homeowners everywhere.
ReliaBilt®: We're Named After Our Reputation
We've built our name on doors, and every door we construct has our stamp of reliability. Combine durability with a wide range of choices, and you have a door that complements your home and life. And ReliaBilt Doors complement your budget too, with energy-efficient options, like added insulation or any of our ENERGY STAR® qualified models. As you'll see, shopping for a ReliaBilt Door is all about choices.
Some homeowners prefer the elegant lines of the Hampton Entry Door Series, while others are drawn to the old-world style of the Wyngate Front Door Collection. But just in case you have a different idea, you can mix and match materials, colors and glass options. The choices are many, but the result is always the same: a ReliaBilt Door that's built exactly to fit your style.
The Engineering of a ReliaBilt Front Door
You'll be impressed by how solidly built ReliaBilt Doors are. And the reason is what's inside. Each door is engineered to tightly seal out water and air, providing high-quality energy efficiency and draft-free comfort. The artisan glass, sealed and protected between clear inside and outside layers, has been designed to maximize light and allow for privacy. Here's a look at some of the performance specifications that make ReliaBilt Doors second to none.
Premium weather stripping with a lifetime limited warranty seals out water and air.
Steel panels have epoxy primer and two coats of baked-on enamel to protect them from corrosion.
Fiberglass panels feature the look and feel of real wood without its disadvantages, such as cracking and splitting.
Durable, rot-free sill is adjustable to prevent drafts.
The solid sill bottom can be fully caulked to prevent water from seeping under the sill and potentially rotting the sub-floor.
ENERGY STAR Qualified
ReliaBilt Doors with artisan glass or Low-E glass have earned the ENERGY STAR for their ability to save energy and provide year-round comfort.
Bottom sweep helps seal out moisture and drafts.
The kiln-dried pine frame is finger-jointed to prevent warping.
A steel plate on the exterior jamb gives added protection from forced entry.
A 12-inch wood lock block adds security and reinforcement.
A ReliaBilt Front Door Comes With Hundreds of Choices
Homeowners love ReliaBilt Entry Doors because they offer a wide palate of classic and contemporary colors and options, making it easy to complement the style of your home. Choose from unique combinations of door materials, glass options and finishes.
When choosing materials, ReliaBilt Doors are available in steel and fiberglass. Just in case you're curious, here's the difference between the two materials.
Steel doors have energy-efficient foam core insulation and are fully weather stripped at the factory. They're highly resistant to shrinking, swelling and warping. Their tough steel construction will withstand years of extreme weather conditions with minimum maintenance. The doors can be purchased with pre-drilled door knob and lockset holes, making installation even easier. Steel doors arrive preprimed and ready to paint.
Fiberglass doors offer the same energy-saving and easy installation qualities as steel doors, and they’re available in either a smooth or wood grain finish. Fiberglass doors with a wood grain texture have the texture molded into the door to provide the appearance of a real wood door when painted or stained. But fiberglass doors have none of the disadvantages of real wood. Their high-quality composite construction makes these doors resistant to all sorts of weather, as well as scratches and dents. They're an excellent choice for extreme climate areas and high-traffic entrances.
ReliaBilt has been selling doors for many decades. And in that time, we've learned a thing or two about finishes. We understand the most popular colors that homeowners are looking for. But we also know you want your home to be unique. That's why we're committed to creating the perfect paint or stain finish that's just right for you.
Looking for the right glass style? ReliaBilt features handcrafted artistry and architectural details that make the entry to your home distinctive and inviting. With a wide selection of designs that increase your home's natural light while providing privacy, it's easy to find glass style that enhances your home's curb appeal.
For control of light, privacy and security, built-in blinds and shades are available. Sealed between tempered safety glass, the blinds and shades are totally protected from damage. No more swinging blinds or dangling cords. Internal blinds are child- and pet-safe. The blinds and shades stay dust-free inside and are easy to operate and adjust. ReliaBilt offers the following options:
These contoured grilles and blinds between the glass have the following features:
ENERGY STAR qualified, triple-pane insulation
Help block outside noise*
When fully raised, blinds are hidden
Single operator to raise, lower and tilt the blinds
Available with Low-E glass
*Based on independent lab testing for sound transmission.
Raise and Lower Internal Blinds
These blinds have the following features:
Quality tilt, raise and lower operation
Easy fingertip adjustment control
Available with Low-E glass
Raise and Lower Internal Shades
These blinds have the following features:
Lift from the bottom, lower from the top or both
Soft, white fabric shade
Entry Door Energy Efficiency
When you select a solidly built ReliaBilt entryway, there's no need to choose between energy efficiency, style and comfort. Our ENERGY STAR qualified doors conserve energy, while providing year-round comfort. And we have plenty of energy-saving features.
Our classic door features Low-E glass that
Keeps homes cooler in summer, warmer in winter
Reduces fabric fading
Artisan glass and Harmony blinds are triple-pane insulated – up to 25% more energy-efficient than dual-pane insulated glass
Between-the-glass blinds and shades let you control solar heat gain
Exterior Door Warranty Assurance
With each purchase of a ReliaBilt Door, you get peace of mind and a competitive warranty system that protects you and your biggest investment.
Lifetime Limited Warranty on ReliaBilt® Door Systems
Within the first five (5) years of ownership, complete door systems (excluding any factory-applied finishes on door systems) are warranted against any defects in materials or workmanship that would make the door unserviceable or unfit for continued use under normal conditions. Warranty includes all parts and any required labor. Neither the door system nor its components are warranted against damages, which don't arise from defects in materials or workmanship, nor from damages or faulty operation resulting from improper installation or failure to properly maintain the door system or its components. Warranty isn't transferable. Warranty begins on date of purchase. Proof of purchase is required for any claims.
Two (2) Year Limited Warranty on Factory-Applied Finishes
Factory-applied finishes won't crack, peel, check or blister on the surface or lose adhesion for a period of two (2) years from date of purchase. Warranty includes all factory-applied finishes and any required labor. Failures or defects not covered include but aren't limited to the following: normal wear and tear, improper packing, handling, storage, installation maintenance or cleaning; exposure to harmful chemicals, fumes, vapors or air pollutants; moisture penetration resulting from improper caulking, scratches resulting from pets; or acts of God or any other cause or occurrence beyond Lowe's reasonable control. Warranty isn't transferable. Except as set forth above, Lowe's makes no other warranty, express or implied, with respect to the product. Lowe's sole responsibility is as stated herein and it shall not be liable for consequential, indirect or incidental damages, or for any amount in excess of the price paid for the doors involved.