DURA-LITE window systems by FlexiForce include a full range of decorative insert trim for residential, commercial, and carriage door applications. Insert trim snaps easily into the front of the window frame, and is easy to remove for trouble-free cleaning. All of our designs are available in both long-panel and short-panel options.
The architectural style of your home will help you decide which style of decorative insert trim will best enhance its curb appeal. We recommend matching the style of the windows on your garage door to the style of the windows on the rest of your home.
This variation on the Stockton design would work well on almost any home, but is particularly suited to Georgian, Federal, or Neoclassical style homes.
Ashton’s historic flavor pairs well with homes built in the Georgian, Neoclassical, Regency, Shingle, or Victorian styles.
Cascade works well on older homes with small-pane windows, such as the Colonial, Italianate, Second Empire, French Eclectic or Spanish Eclectic styles.
The decorative corners on the Cathedral design lends itself well to Art Deco and Tudor-style homes.
This variation on the Cathedral design nicely complements Art Deco and Tudor-style homes.
Our Savanna insert trim perfectly complements the design aesthetics of the Prairie style home popularized by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Sherwood pairs well with Georgian, Federal or French Provincial style homes that have fanlights over the front entry.
The tall panes in the Stockbridge design are a good match for American Farmhouse, Craftsman Bungalow, or Ranch style homes.
Stockford’s perimeter detailing looks great on Prairie, Queen Anne, and Shingle style homes.
This classic design suits almost any home, but is particularly suited to homes built in the Cape Cod, Colonial, Georgian, Neoclassical, or Regency styles.
The Sunburst, or Williamsburg, design pairs well with Federal or French Provincial style homes that have semi-circular fanlights over the front entry.
Waterford’s diamond pattern is a great match for Bungalow, Queen Anne, Tudor, and Victorian style homes.