Recent Review: Front entrance of our 1965-built split-level was two doors that met in the middle. We never used the right side one at all, and the doors leaked cold in the winter, were hard to close: time to replace. We decided to go with a single door with two sidelights. Took three bids, one from Metropolitan, one from Brookside Lumber, and one from Scott Bros. Metropolitan's bid was 2,000 higher than the others, as they only sell Provia doors, which are pricey, for no reason I could fathom. Scott and Brookside both quoted us ThermaTru doors, and the pricing was nearly the same. Scott was actually a bit higher, but the difference in presentation gave the sale to Scott. Wade Knight is a man who obviously knows his business. The other two sent out salesman, but Scott sent Wade, who is an installer, and knew what the issues would be ahead of time. He took a good hour or two talking with us, measuring the door space, and saw potential problems the other guys didn't even notice. Wade made the sale. He was on site to help with the install, so I had three pros put our door in, and they were done in six hours. They removed some old wood trim ( a faux "colonial" wood decoration that was just screaming "1960s". They removed it at no extra charge. Scott uses BenBilt to custom-make the doors and sidelights. The whole of it came as one unit in a box, and fit like a glove into the hole where the old doors were. BenBilt did a great job on the staining and the jambs. I highly recommend Scott Brothers. We had a little light leak by the bottom of the door, a few months after installation. Wade was out the same day I called and corrected the problem. What more can I say? It doesn't get any better than that.