UltraBlock® Technology Now Standard in Many Simpson Exterior Doors

by Ryan Banks July 24, 2014

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In addition to leading the industry in wood door design and craftsmanship, Simpson is committed to superior performance in all its products. To help protect exterior doors from the worst Mother Nature can dish out, Simpson has offered UltraBlock technology as a Performance Series® upgrade for several years.

What does UltraBlock technology mean for you? It means you are selling a time-tested high-performance exterior wood door solution, all backed by a 5-year warranty. UltraBlock makes what you are selling different than the competition and gives your customer an answer that others can't match.

 


UltraBlock is Now Standard for:

  • Mastermark® Collection

  • Craftsman Collection

  • Bungalow Series®

  • Builder's Advantage® Series

Selects SeriesSimpson Authorized Dealers can also order UltraBlock technology as an upgrade to the following exterior door series. It is an inexpensive insurance policy for any exterior door:
UltraBlock is Available as an Upgrade for:

  • Traditional Exterior Doors

  • Contemporary Exterior Doors

  • Exterior French and Sash Doors

  • Custom Doors

  • Any door 1-3/4" thick

http://www.simpsondoor.com/videos/performance-series/

What is UltraBlock Technology?

  • Protection against extreme weather conditions.

  • Composite block material finger-jointed into the bottom of the stiles eliminates water infiltration.

  • Minimizes stile and rail separation.

  • Eliminates bottom rail and lower stile rot.

  • Reduces buckling and swelling of bottom rail and lower stile components.

  • Improves warp resistance.

  • Five-year limited warranty.

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