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FrenchLock and Ultimate Flip Lever Astragal Product Update
March 30, 2014
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(336) 668-2472

There is no avoiding the fact that doors warp from exposure to the outside elements. French Doors can be particularly problematic as air and moisture can compromise the seal between the active door and the astragal. The new cut-down feature for the FrenchLock Multi Point Astragal and Ultimate Lever Astragal makes resizing and replacing a breeze.

February's IBS show was a smashing success as over 75,000 builders and remodelers were present to see the latest and greatest product innovations from Endura including the Z-Replacment Door Sill as well as the new Flip Lever and FrenchLock astragals mentioned above. 

If you missed IBS 2014, allow me to fill you in on some information regarding the Ultimate Flip Lever and FrenchLock Multi-Point Astragals, details that will excite any builder or home remodeling professional. Both the new Flip Lever and FrenchLock Ultimate Astragals employ a new modular drive linkage system, making trimming neat and easy. One simply slides the "T" bar out and removes the number of links corresponding to the number of inches the astragal is trimmed.

Best of all, since the body is pre-punched you won't need use of a drill when shortening it. And with seven removable links, the internal mechanism can be adjusted and resized very easily, saving builders both time and money.

For more information on the FrenchLock TM Multi-Point Astragal and Ultimate Flip Lever Astragal, download the attached pdf or email an Endura door expert today.

About Endura Products, Inc.

Endura Products, Inc. manufactures entry door component systems that improve door construction, door installation and long-term performance in the home. Endura components improve functionality, maximize the seal between the door and the opening, and reduce air and water infiltration.

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