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Our wood doors offer timeless beauty.
Authenticity, and quality of doors constructed a century ago, yet have modern functionality. In addition to style, each door is handcrafted and built using only the finest materials to provide excellent insulation and durability. Our wood door collection combines old-world design with state-of-the-art technology to replicate beautiful, period-style doors that compliment both new construction and tasteful retrofit. Wood Doors are the dramatic finishing touch to your home!

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Timeless Beauty * Quality of Doors Construction a Century Ago * Modern Functionality * Style

Wood Doors are available in a wide array of woods and finishes to give you the unique look and feel you desire.

Depending on the material you choose, a door can be stained or painted to further enhance the look of the door. We give you the option of designing your new door with an all-wood frame construction or with insulated steel with wood overlay.

WESTERN RED CEDAR – Renowned for its natural beauty and outstanding physical properties that make Western Red Cedar one of the World’s most unique softwood species.  The exceptionally beautiful wood has natural coloring in ambers, reddish cinnamons and rich browns.  It’s natural decay resistance makes it one of the longest life spans of any softwood found in North America .  It’s low density gives it an extremely high insulating value as well.  Western Red Cedar is a dimensionally stable wood that resists shrinkage, warping, and insects and is rot resistant.  With its rich rose pink undertones, Western Red Cedar is great to create drama with touch of class in a garage door.

STK (SELECT TIGHT KNOT CEDAR) – Rough-sawn face makes this a smart choice for rough-sawn cedar sided homes.  STK Inland Red Cedar has tight knot detail in boards as well as rough face with smooth sides.  It can be stained or painted. With a wide variety of knots, this wood is excellent for rustic ranch style homes and will stain from medium golden browns all the way to dark rich browns.

MAHOGANY – An excellent choice for almost any application because of its natural luster, fine texture, strength to weight ratio, working and finishing properties.  We use varying grades of mahogany based on supply, design, and application of the door.  However, limited access and increased cost has resulted in most commonly using the widely acceptable African Mahogany, also known as Khaya.  Mahogany is also ideal for outdoor applications and longevity.  African Mahogany is milder than Genuine Mahogany but tends to be coarser and possess a more salmon tinted color. Also, although it is not as firm as Genuine Mahogany, it is lighter thus reduces your hardware cost. Mahogany is typically the most expensive option, but a highly stable wood and well worth the investment in for longevity. (Note: This wood comes in many, many “shades” so the homeowner needs to be sure of what basic color tone they are interested in before ordering a door!  Extremely light-colored Mahogany is very difficult to stain…just as attempting to paint a pure white wall a deep color!  This wood does stain beautifully, is very durable and works well for deep golden to reddish brown stains.

DOUGLAS FIR – Over the past 100 years, Douglas Fir has been a favorite because of its fast growth and multitude of uses.  Its stiffness and durability make it ideal for structural applications, so we prefer Douglas Fir for door frames in full lengths.  It is a d3ense and very straight grain and is ideal for outdoor applications and weather.  Douglas Fir is known for its distinctive grain patterns, produced by the carrying degrees of spring and summer wood in the grain.  The color differences between the two range from yellowish to reddish brown.  It can be either painted or stained. The door will look very consistent in texture after prep-sanding, but once the stain is applies the various graining and tannins inter-act with the stains’ resins created the “Dappled Effect”.  The homeowner should be aware of this wood’s prime feature to be sure it is an affect they’ll be satisfied with.

POPLAR – The sapwood is creamy white and may be streaked, with the heartwood varying from pale yellowish brown to olive green.  The green color in the heartwood will tend to darken on exposure to light and turn brown.  The wood has a medium to fine texture and is straight-grained; has a comparatively uniform texture.  Although it can be stained, it is not recommended.  It is more commonly used for painted products as staining it will sometimes result in “uneven” or “dark blotches” in stain finish.

MDO PLYWOOD – MDO (Medium Density Overlay) Exterior-type plywood finished with an opaque resin-treated fiber overlay.  The surface of MDO is smooth and provides for a superior paint finish.  It is available in either smooth or a very fine, shallow-V-groove.  It is only available as a paint grade product and cannot be stained. 

BRECKENRIDGE PLYWOOD – Rough-Sawn finish, that is used for exterior applications and once stained, is often mistaken for Cedar Plywood.  Clear with no filled “footballs” or voids in face of sheet.

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