Individually Engineered Steel Doors & Windows
Unique windows and doors that your space deserves
Whether you are an experienced architect or are new to the world of interior design, the quality of Portella doors and windows is obvious. Every product we offer will be customized to fit your needs, but the quality of our products will never fluctuate.
Choosing Portella windows and doors will allow you to not only complete your project, but transform your space to mirror the warmth and openness of San Antonio.
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Portella Product Lines
When you work with Portella, your design options are limitless. Whether you are looking for entry doors for a residence, steel windows, commercial glass, or even window and door hardware, our products are unique and can be handcrafted to satisfy your needs.
All of our custom windows and doors feature narrow sight lines, exceptional strength, and project-specific sizing thanks to our patented thermally broken profiles. Explore our options to see how Portella’s library of options can enhance your design.
Portella is proud of its products, but not just because they’re beautiful. Our steel and metal windows and doors are also dependable!
When you choose Portella products, you are choosing high quality craftsmanship and certified product development. Our doors and windows are not only third-party tested, but they also have ASTM, NFRC, AAMA, and Florida Building Code certifications. This allows us to ship and provide steel doors and windows for a variety of climates, weather conditions, and stringent building code requirements.
Thermal Challenges are a thing of the past
Luxury residences, boutique commercial storefronts, and historical projects deserve renovation solutions that are as unique as the property. Our Artisan series of steel doors and windows, storefront glass doors, and custom interior doors offer benefits that are both aesthetically pleasing and innovative.
If you’ve been searching for steel window and door options, but are worried about the product being unable to withstand the San Antonio heat, look no further.
Our Artisan Series is not simply a variation of the non-thermally broken European extrusion products or “enhanced” thermally broken profiles. Portella’s Artisan specialty doors utilize a GRP (Glass Reinforced Polyetherimide), which is a non-conducting material with steel, that combines strength and superior thermal performance. This science translates to your cool air staying cool, and your warm air staying warm.
The Portella Difference
Architectural vision is all in the details. Portella can transform your vision into an elegant reality. Our team of professionals, and our custom doors and windows, make that possible.
- One point communication with knowledgeable Portella Project Managers maximizes your understanding of our tested and engineered designs.
- Patented, narrow-profile sightlines accentuate the open-air feel of San Antonio style.
- Factory installed glass, with Low-E options, maximizes your space’s energy efficiency, especially during central-Texas summers.
- Metal stops or traditional wet glaze, with interior or exterior glazing options to eliminate moisture penetration
- Clear and concise communication, from getting a quote through installation, ensures your results are what you’ve been dreaming of.
Blog & News
Traditional and modern architecture differ in more than just style. The technique and materials used in the structure of the buildings are all quite a bit different, too! Modern buildings typically opt for the use of glass and steel, while traditional architecture relies on the use of materials like brick, stone, and wood. Due to […]Read
When you purchase a house, the process does not usually include a copy of the printed blueprints being handed over to the new owner. But when you’re committing to a new renovation project, having your home’s architectural plans to work off of becomes extremely important. Without these, it can be difficult to even know how […]Read