Amarr Horizon HO1000 Featured on Property Brothers: Brother vs. Brother

An Amarr Horizon HO1000 Aluminum MultiView garage door was featured in the season 6 finale of HGTV’s “Property Brothers: Brother vs. Brother.”  The show features the popular “Property Brothers” Drew and Jonathan Scott purchasing and renovating real estate, then competing against each other to see whose home sells for the most profit.  The profits are then donated to a charity.  The sixth season was filmed in the San Francisco Bay Area, a real estate market that the brothers had not yet explored.

The Horizon door with black anodize frames and frost glass was installed on Jonathan’s contemporary “Hilltop House.”  The theme of Jonathan’s house was sustainability, featuring energy-efficient solar panels, a rain garden, and a “living wall” in the family room.  In addition to providing much-desired curb appeal and complementing the home’s modern façade, the Aluminum MultiView garage door also increases the amount of natural light in the garage, fitting in well with the sustainable theme.

Property Brothers Hilltop House with Amarr Horizon garage door

Sustainable “Hilltop House” with an Amarr Horizon garage door by HGTV Property Brothers Jonathan Scott

Installed by Amarr dealer RW Garage Doors, the garage door features long, narrow expanses in equal widths with no center vertical stile (available on doors up to 8’2” wide) for unobstructed views.  The frost glass provides privacy while allowing more natural light to enter the garage.

To watch the season finale of “Brother vs. Brother” and see the result of the competition, visit HGTV.com to watch on-demand with your television provider login at any time.

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