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ROT-PROOF FRAMES. BACKED FOR LIFE.
DOOR FRAME ROT?
MEET FRAMESAVER.

Let’s face it, wood door frames rot, mold, swell and wick moisture. Even treated wood door frames eventually fall victim to damaging moisture and weather conditions. On top of that, rot can begin as soon as 3 months after field installation. As rot begins and moisture seeps in, you become more and more at risk for a range of potential issues.

There is a reason builders and remodelers have trusted FrameSaver® for over 15 years, and it’s the same reason we’ve never had a warranty claim. FrameSaver is the original rot-proof wood door frame on the market backed by a fully-transferable limited lifetime warranty - though you won’t need it. With its proven record of quality, durability and performance, nothing beats the original FrameSaver.
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ROT PROOF. FOR LIFE. 
THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR FRAMESAVER.
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ROT PROOF. FOR LIFE.
FrameSaver never absorbs water, rots, cracks, or warps.
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UNMATCHED WARRANTY.
Backed by the industry's only fully-transferable lifetime warranty.
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LIKE WOOD. ONLY BETTER.
Composite bottom finishes and paints just like wood.
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PROVEN STRENGTH & DURABILITY.
Finger-jointed construction enhances structural integrity of the frame.
DON’T JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT – 
HEAR IT FROM THE BEST IN THE INDUSTRY
Builders and remodelers alike have counted on FrameSaver rot-proof door frames for more than 15 years. But don’t just take our word for it – hear it straight from Matt Risinger of Risinger & Co. and the popular “Build with Matt Risinger” show, who boasts more than 20 years of building and remodeling experience. He has dealt with his fair share of door frame rot (before FrameSaver, that it.)
ABOUT ENDURA
Endura is built on innovation and a commitment to delivering high performance. Our products are problem solvers, born directly from insight we’ve learned from our customers about real-world challenges that you face every day. We’re always pushing ourselves to face the ever-present challenge: How can we make your door system work better?