12:34PM | 11/26/13
bilions of $$ are owed by the peachtree co. for defective products thy sold to the public.Where is the GOV. agency that protect us from fraud like this??

A bank robber gets shot and killed for few dollars..

Yet these Co. do anyhing they want.



08:06AM | 01/12/14
All I want to know is if I can I replace the S118 glass ( 9 lite) in a peach tree door? It doesn't have the typical clamshell frame with screws for easy removal. I am thinking that they surely didn't manufacture a door that you can't replace the glass. This door is in a well maintained home that I built 25 years ago. There isn't a speck of rust or any other defect on the door, other than the glass has finally fogged.


05:49AM | 04/09/14
Member Since: 04/01/14
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I purchased patios french doors about 10 years ago for a new house construction. I think patio door is best choice for my house. But it nowadays depends on the manufacturer. If you can identify the manufacturer, you could try contacting them for replacement costs.
My friend said that Modern Glass Design Company continues to earn a standing for quality work at a reasonable price.


10:07AM | 05/01/14
They are shit doors and windows I would not do business with any of the shields companies


10:23AM | 05/07/14
Installed peachtree fiberglass French patio doors in new construction in 2001. Two years ago the actuator hub in the door latch hardware broke. Again. The hardware is cheap, the operating mechanisms are made from cheap pot metal that is easily deformed and/or broken rather than a reasonably durable material. I've already replaced this hardware once, after only five years, at my own expense, in a door we don't even use on a daily basis. Very disappointed and dissatisfied with company and products.

Nokomis il


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