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01.05.2015

Enhance Any Entryway with ODL’s Newest Decorative Doorglass

“At ODL, we develop products to meet a variety of builder, remodeler and homeowner needs,” says Roger Finch, senior distributor channel marketing manager, ODL, Inc. “In the ever-changing world of design, we are confident that our decorative doorglass will withstand the test of time and keep our customers satisfied for many years to come.”
 
Finch explains that in order to continue to meet the needs of designers and contractors and appeal to homeowners, ODL further expanded its collection, adding four new innovative designs — two to the Contemporary series, one to the Classic series and one to the Eclectic series. These four designs — Fairview, Memoria, Renewed Impressions and Trillion — advance ODL’s collection by widening the range of design possibilities and privacy levels.
 
Fairview – is part of the Contemporary doorglass series. The design’s elegant, uninterrupted pattern provides a high level of privacy. This sleek design also features a chrome finish on aluminum caming, along with a striking textured surface for a modern, updated look.
 
Memoria – is an addition to the Classic doorglass collection. The design represents the warm traditions and cherished memories of family and home. Its centerpiece bevel design is accented with a textured surface and nickel caming. Memoria provides a medium level of privacy.
Renewed Impressions (pictured above center right) is an addition to the Contemporary doorglass series. The sweeping floral patterns of our signature Impressions decorative glass are elegantly refreshed here in Renewed Impressions. The doorglass features nickel caming, a textured surface and a high privacy level.
 
Trillion – is an addition to the Eclectic doorglass series. Its design evokes the brilliant sparkle of the Trillion gem cut while offering homeowners a high level of privacy. Trillion’s clear bevels, textured rainglass, and patina caming create a striking yet balanced design.
 
These four doorglass designs meet rigorous quality standards for air resistance, water resistance and door slamming. The products are certified by the Insulating Glass Certification Council (IGCC), which evaluates glass performance, durability and longevity. Additionally, the doorglass must survive ODL’s in-house test of 125,000 slam cycles before it’s introduced to the market.

For media inquiries, please contact:

Erica White
Griffin & Co./LMO
703.797.7126
ericawhite@lmo.com