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Introducing CastleGate Door Systems
CastleGate is a complete door system tested and proven to not only work together, but work better than any other system on the market. Every element of the CastleGate system is backed by the expertise of the industry’s best in system performance, quality, and beauty, hand-built by true craftsmen.
The result? A door system that provides ultimate homeowner satisfaction while delivering a flawless installation, fewer hassles and service calls, and lasting weather resistance.
The CastleGate exterior door system features a large selection of Masonite fiberglass doors and glass designs to suit any style.
- Insulated Glass & Warm-Edge Spacers reduce energy costs and prevents condensation.
- Polyurethane Core insulates 5x better than real wood to keep homes cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
- Fiberglass Skin resists warping and rotting and protects against rust and dents.
- Composite Bottom Rail provides rot resistance.
In a certified test by a third party*, the CastleGate Exterior Door Systems by BWI lasted significantly longer in more extreme weather conditions than the market-leading competitor, which failed to perform in moderate conditions.
*Door systems were exposed to 8″ of rainfall per hour and windspeeds corresponding with the DP (Design Pressure) Ratings in 23-minute long trials. Certified test performed by Architectural Testing, Inc., an Intertek Company.
Introducing FusionFrame® – a maintenance free door frame that’s everything you need in a composite door frame, and more. FusionFrame takes all the benefits of all-composite and all-wood frames and combines them into one solution-driven product designed to perform and protect for years to come.
- Maintenance-Free Performance. The composite casing provides rot-proof protection while the engineered wood core offers structural rigidity that stands up to extreme heat and cold.
- Easy Installation. FusionFrame offers a full portfolio of jamb, mull, and casing options to suit your needs.
- Flawless Finish. Fasteners are hidden behind the removable jamb cover for a seamless installation, and a “floating” brickmould allows for easy installation in out-of-plumb openings.
The Replaceable Deck Sill (RDS)
Overcome sill damage quickly and easily. The Replaceable Deck Sill enables you to simply remove and replace a damaged or discolored deck without the need to remove the sill or door unit. With RDS, your sill will go from damaged to done in a fraction of the time and cost.
- Disengage the damaged sill from the substrate using a putty knife.
- Remove the sill by pulling it away.
- Replace with the new, undamaged sill and secure into place using a mallet and block of wood.
- Done! Enjoy your new, damage-free exterior door sill in minutes.
BWI Fine Millwork
As a leading provider of fine millwork to independent lumber retailers, BWI is committed to offering shorter lead times and a large inventory to suit your needs. Each CastleGate door system is fully assembled by our skilled craftsmen and delivered to you with consistent quality and exceptional customer service.
One Door System. Three Industry-Leading Brands.
We put our name on the line so you can, too. When you partner with CastleGate you get lasting performance and quality you can count on, and the added protection of an industry-leading warranty.
About Dykes Lumber
Dykes Lumber Company was founded in 1909 in Manhattan, NY by Andrew H. Dykes. The first store was located at 137 West 24th Street in Manhattan. A second store opened in 1912 at 348 West 44th Street. Over the next 30 years, Dykes Lumber experienced tremendous growth. By 1940 there were eleven yards in operation.
In December of 1944, Andrew Dykes passed away and leadership of the Company was passed to Frank Homan, who was later succeeded by Louis Kreyer Sr. By 1963, there were fifteen yards in operation. At that time all the employee owners had reached retirement age and decided to sell the company, it was purchased by the Berwind Corporation. Dykes continued to grow and reached a total of 19 locations. However, in the late 60’s and early 70’s the economy turned, stores were closed and properties sold and by 1972 Dykes was down to four locations.
In 1973 under the leadership of Lou Kreyer Jr., several key employees joined together and purchased the company back from the Berwind Corporation and acquired two new locations.
In 1995, Lou Kreyer, Jr., retired and leadership was passed to his son, Charles Kreyer. Since then we acquired five new locations and closed two bringing us to a total of nine. Today, Dykes Lumber looks to the future with an eye toward steady, managed growth. We look forward to providing our customers with the same quality materials, excellent service and integrity they have come to expect.