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Some foyers have soaring ceilings. The extra height creates more options when designing your front door. A very tall door can be used for the entire length of the front door. Twelve feet tall front doors are typical for a pivot door at Modern Steel Doors. The entry door can also be made with a stationary transom in conjunction with the operable door. An eight-foot tall door combines nicely with a four-foot transom. Either configuration equates to the same overall size. Consider other factors that can influence your choice. Such as a chandelier, second-floor interaction, and what will complement the surrounding windows? See the door buying guide.
The Segmented door design presents the opportunity to position the horizontal glass molding at strategic locations. For example, you may want to match the adjacent garage door lines to create cohesive continuity.
Our narrow backset deadbolt is included with all Modern Steel Doors. The faceplate and collars are finished to match your pivot front door. This modern door lock has a heavy-duty laminated throw with an integrated anti sawing pin. Send in your key and the door will ship keyed to match it.
We use a quality Baldwin deadbolt when a conventional deadbolt is desired. The deadbolt has square shaped faceplates and is available in satin black to match the powder coated finish or in satin nickel to match the brushed stainless steel pulls.
Smart locks complete the modern front door. Our smart lock of choice is the Baldwin Touchscreen Deadbolt. Clean design and innovative technology such as one-touch locking and 30-second auto lock make this smart lock the ultimate front door accessory. Moreover, homeowners can experience ultimate integration by controlling their smart lock with a smart home hub, such as Amazon Echo or Google Nest. Learn more about the Baldwin Smart Lock here.