Marietta used a DOORBRIM Rain Diverter to protect her door and prevent dripping.

Mariett’s husband altered the door canopy for a perfect fit to their siding. She calls it “a real KISS invention = Keep It Sweet & Simple. It looks good and is doing its job. It indeed is a brilliant product.
Often the preventive maintenance is way behind and thus running into bigger issues that also cost more $$$. This sure is a wonderful product and we only wish we’d found this sooner.”

 

 

Here’s what some viewers on Mariette’s blog had to say:

“That’s brilliant, Mariette! Such a simple thing, but so necessary and attractive to boot. :-)”

:Well Done And Looking Good”

“It looks really beautiful and bright. Well done Pieter for installing it; and you for choosing it.”

“What an interesting and brilliant product! I would have loved to have one of those at previous home we rented a long time ago… but then, if the landlordof that place had done some much-needed work, something like that wouldn’t have been necessary. I’m going to bookmark that website for future reference!”

“Great idea to protect the wood from the elements. Amazing how quickly moisture can rot wood.I know first hand having had a beach house!”

“It seems like a good solution to keep the door open for years to come.”

 

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Our door rain diverters are sometimes referred to as door hoods and canopies among many other terms. They are unique due to a proprietary dripless front gutter that diverts rain away from building structures. Our products stop door leaks, protect and extend the life of doors, jambs and hardware for many additional years. Keep your doorways, walks and ramps drip free and safe.

DOORBRIM Benefits

  • First and foremost, a DOORBRIM products are an affordable and proven solution to help solve leaking issues at doors and windows. Additionally, all types of buildings including residential, industrial and commercial are suited for DOORBRIM door & window canopies.
  • Made from durable ABS plastic, consequently it is weather tolerant.
  • Sized for a standard 36″ door or window. 
  • Dimensions are 54  1/4″ outside width, 51  1/2″ inside width, 7  1/2″ high and 7  1/2″ deep. Additional specifications:
  • UV protected colors of almond (off white), beige or gray.
  • Easily painted any custom color to match your structure.
  • Easy installation with ordinary tools.
  • Optional stainless steel fasteners.
  • Installation on rough or uneven surfaces.
  • Prevent costly and premature repairs.
  • Discourages hidden mold by preventing water intrusion.
  • Extends the life of doors, jambs and hardware.
  • ABS plastic is also fully recyclable.
  • Finally, your Satisfaction with our product is Guaranteed to perform as intended.

Why buy DOORBRIM products to fix a French door leak?

Our awnings are superior to competitor metal flashings in several aspects. Unlike our competitors products made of steel,  DOORBRIM awnings will never rust and will last a lifetime. A huge difference is the integrated front gutter. DOORBRIM awnings project a full 7 1/2″ away from the wall compared to small metal drip edges without front gutters. The front gutter will not only prevent dripping but will direct water out and away from building structures. Extend the life of your doors, windows and hardware with DOORBRIM awnings.  A great alternative against expensive repairs and replacement, our awnings are easily installed with minimum tools. I am a past property maintenance manager and realize firsthand the value in spending wisely. However, it will be prudent to consider that our products will also protect & preserve your doors, jambs & hardware for many additional years. You don’t have to wait for the inevitable deterioration and leaks from normal weather and UV rays. A door canopy is cheap insurance compared to future repair and replacement.

DOORBRIM Services to help Fix a French Door Leak.

Send us a few images, if your experiencing window or door leaks, and our staff will analyze your circumstances and make our best recommendations.  Make sure to include an image of the overall building showing the site and roof overhangs, if existing. We will make every effort to help you solve your problem and we don’t always recommend a DOORBRIM canopy.

 Links to Useful Articles:

1)  “Understanding why doors leak”. The Construction Specifier May 2, 2013.
2)  “Installing an Exterior Door”, Journal of Light Construction by John Spier May 29, 2019.