Finishing Options


Our new GalXC™ material is now standard for all Timely door frames raising the quality and performance properties to the highest level at an exceptional value. GalXC™ is a Hot Dipped Galvanized product that provides superior corrosion resistance in the harshest environments while balancing outstanding surface, gauge, and shape quality.

A high performance Polyurethane coating is applied that provides excellent film hardness, abrasion resistance, corrosion and chemical resistance. Additional benefits are the superior color stability, chalk resistance, and gloss retention qualities.

The use of prefinished frames with applied casings allows for numerous design options. The appearance of the opening can be customized easily without adding substantial cost. Choose from unlimited color options and numerous casing options to achieve the look you want. You may want to consider adding sidelights, borrowed lights and/or transoms to add light and openness to any room.

Standard Prefinish Options 7
Elite Series
(Slightly Higher Cost)
Pre-Matched Custom Prefinish Options Yes (30)
Black Nickel Pre-finish Yes


Stainless Steel
(Polished and Brushed Finish)
Primed for Field Finishing Yes
Project Matched Custom Color Prefinish Unlimited


TA-8 Steel TA-23 Aluminum TA-28 Aluminum TA-30 Steel Wood Casing
Casing Profiles for Timely Steel Door Frames
Please select “Products > Casing Options” from the main menu if you require additional information regarding Timely’s casing options.
Wood casing: can easily be applied to Timely frames. This requires a frame without Casing Retainer Clips. Specify frames with nail holes and oval slots (NHOS) only Wood casing is then installed over the frame face using a nail gun or trim head screws. Casing profile must provide back clearance for screw heads used to install frame. Fire Ratings: Wood casing must be applied with hot melt glue or contact adhesive on 90 minute rated frames and on all glazed openings with 45 minute or 60 minute rating. On all other fire rated frames, wood casing can be applied with nails or finish head screws on jambs and mullions.