Dual Naming of Reeb Finish Colors

Reeb Finish is the simplest solution to add long-lasting color and durability to your home. Currently, Reeb Finish offers 22 paint color options.

Reeb Finish can also apply colors from Therma-Tru’s color palettes. Eight of the color options from Reeb Finish and Therma-Tru are identical and will be represented through dual naming.

Therma-Tru offers an additional seven colors, also available through Reeb Finish.

Regardless of what color you choose, every door is finished utilizing PrismaGuard technology, assembled at a Reeb Finish facility, and backed by a 10-year limited warranty on the finish.

Commercial Product PowerPoints

Below, you will find links to PowerPoint presentations showcasing the commercial products. These presentations are valuable resources to enhance your knowledge and understanding of these products.

If you seek more in-depth information, we encourage you to click here to access commercial articles available in our Learning Center. These articles offer comprehensive insights and additional learning opportunities to support your educational journey in the world of commercial products.

Commercial Doors and Accessories

Commercial Exit Devices and Door Closers

Commercial Fire Ratings

Commercial Door Handing

Commercial doors are handed based on the key side (secure side) of the door. Instead of using the term “outswing,” they refer to it as “reverse.” When it comes to double doors, the handing is determined by the active door.

Single Doors

Left Hand

Right Hand

Left Hand Reverse

Right Hand Reverse

Double Doors

Left Hand Active

Right Hand Active

Left Hand Reverse Active

Right Hand Reverse Active

Grade 2 Levers

When it comes to commercial security, the choice of door hardware can have a significant impact on the safety and functionality of a building. Two common options for commercial door levers are Grade 2 cylindrical levers and Grade 2 tubular levers.

Grade 2 Cylindrical Lever

Grade 2 cylindrical levers are a popular choice for commercial properties due to their durability and versatility. They are named after their cylindrical-shaped lock mechanism, which is housed within the door. The cylinder contains the keyway and the pins or tumblers that interact with the key to control the lock’s operation.

  • Cylindrical levers feature a straight, cylindrical lever handle that can be turned to open the door. These levers are available in various designs and finishes to match the aesthetics of the building.
  • Grade 2 cylindrical levers are designed to withstand heavy use in high-traffic areas. They are built to last and can endure years of operation without significant wear and tear.
  • Cylindrical levers are relatively easy to install, making them a cost-effective choice for commercial properties. They are compatible with standard door preparations, simplifying the installation process.
  • These levers can be equipped with various functions, including passage, privacy, entry, classroom, storeroom, and more. This versatility allows property owners to choose the right function based on their security and access requirements.

Grade 2 Tubular Lever

Grade 2 tubular levers are another option for commercial door hardware. They get their name from the tubular-shaped lock mechanism that fits through the door. The tubular lock mechanism is inserted through the door, with the keyway and pins inside a cylindrical housing called the lockset chassis.

  • Tubular levers feature a round, tubular lever handle. They are known for their ergonomic design, which provides a comfortable grip and ease of use.
  • Like cylindrical levers, Grade 2 tubular levers are designed to withstand heavy use and are suitable for commercial applications. They are built to resist wear and tear over time.
  • Tubular levers are also relatively easy to install and are compatible with standard door preparations, simplifying the retrofitting process.
  • Tubular levers offer a range of functions, similar to cylindrical levers, allowing property owners to choose the right function for their specific needs.

Choosing a Lever

When deciding between Grade 2 cylindrical levers and Grade 2 tubular levers, pick the lever design that complements the overall aesthetics of the building’s interior. It needs to align with the intended use of the door (e.g., passage, privacy, entry, etc.). Both types of levers are built to last but consider the level of traffic the door will experience as heavy-traffic areas may benefit from slightly sturdier options. The decision between the two ultimately comes down to aesthetic preferences, functional requirements, and the nature of the commercial property.

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Endura ADAptive Sill

A problem commonly faced by today’s multi-family home builders is the need to comply with ADA regulations, ensuring accessibility for all. However, ADA compliant sills can be prone to leaks, especially in openings without much protection.

Fortunately, there’s a solution – the Endura ADAptive Sill. This innovative ADA-compliant door sill from Endura not only ensures compliance but also offers protection against water infiltration and the costly service calls that often follow.

Sill Components

The Endura ADAptive Sill comprises several key components: 1. base sill 2. caulking strip 3. standard cap 4. tileback sill cap 5. jamb boot

Caulking Strip

The caulking strip, attached underneath the sill, spans the full sill length and provides a flat caulking surface, eliminating a common source of leaks.

Inswing Sill Cap Options

ADAptive inswing sills work with various caps, including the Standard Cap for a typical ADA sill, the Tileback Cap for a clean transition against square edge flooring, and the Sidelite Cap for sidelite units.

(L) standard sill cap (C) tileback sill cap (R) sidelite cap

Jamb and Mull Boot

With normal ADA sills, the edges are particularly vulnerable to water intrusion due to an inability to properly seal the connection between the sill and the bottom of the jamb.

The jamb boot, equipped with a pre-applied sealing gasket, provides a weathertight seal at the edges of the sill. It is available in brown and white.

For sidelite units, the mull boot color will match the jamb boots. Mull boots can be used with a standard or fat boy mullpost.

Sill Depth

Sill extenders can be added to the inswing 4-9/16″ and 5-5/8″ sills. The sill extenders are designed only for inswing sills, expanding the range of possible widths.

Short vs Long

For certain jamb depths, there is a choice between a “short” sill and a “long” sill.

A short sill stops at the end of the jamb.

A long sill reaches out about 1” further to the brickmould.


The Endura Adaptive Sill is available for just about any unit configuration. Both inswing and outswing sills can be used for single, double, sidelite, and patio units. Patio units cannot use a screen as there is no screen track. There is no limitation to using a multi-point locking system

    Inswing Sizes and Configuration Options

    All the below options are available in mill and bronze.

    • 4-9/16”: 3/0, 6/0, 103010, 123012, 6/0 Patio, 9/0 Patio
    • 5-5/8”: 3/0, 6/0, 103010, 123012, 6/0 Patio, 9/0 Patio
    • 6-9/16”: 3/0, 6/0, 103010, 123012, 6/0 Patio, 9/0 Patio
    • 7-9/16”: 3/0, 6/0, 103010, 123012, 6/0 Patio, 9/0 Patio

    Outswing Sizes and Configuration Options

    All the below options are available in mill and bronze.

    • 5-5/8”: 3/0, 6/0, 103010, 123012, 6/0 Patio
    • 7-5/8”: 3/0, 6/0, 103010, 123012, 6/0 Patio

    Sill Extender Options

    All the below options are available in mill and bronze. Sill extenders can only be used with inswing sills.

    • 2”: 3/0, 6/0, 9/0
    • 3”: 3/0, 6/0, 9/0