From moving glass walls to solid-wood doors, our 2,500-square-foot North Vancouver showroom is Metro Vancouver’s Top Showroom for Doors & Windows. We want you to experience our selection of solid wood doors, energy efficient windows, and sliding glass doors beautifully displayed so you can touch, feel, and see what’s possible with your own eyes. With a variety of new design concepts on display for doors, windows, and hardware, you’ll leave feeling inspired.
Living in Vancouver’s wet climate, your doors and windows should withstand these conditions for many years. Our two-story 2,500 sq.ft. gallery allows designers to pick and choose door and window materials, elegant and classic hardware and of course preview functionality.
Our design experts are on hand to guide you through pairing doors with hardware and helping to select the best window options. We live local to the North Shore and understand the challenges when building and designing for BC’s West Coast.
Come test some of the newest design concepts in the industry to make the best selection for their project. Located just twenty minutes from downtown Vancouver, the North Shore Door showroom features top-of-the-line doors, windows and hardware. Designed with customer experience in mind, allowing visitors to touch and explore the many material options as well as functionality.
Designers, contractors and homeowners do not need an appointment to explore our showroom but we recommend you call ahead if you would like to work one on one with one of our experts.
We’re immensely proud of our work. Our in-house professionals are on-site six days a week, at our North Vancouver showroom at unit 103 – 2433 Dollarton Highway in North Vancouver. Just 30 minutes from Vancouver city centre.
Our trained design specialist team can help guide you through your custom door project or finding the perfect first impression for your home.
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This dealer has superlative, excellent and outstanding service!Alexey S., North Vancouver, BC