General Door Information
Wood SpeciesMahogany: Thanks to its widespread use in Victorian furnishings, mahogany is invariably associated with elegance. A reddish-brown color and close grain pattern make this species an ideal choice for creating a rich, sophisticated environment. All our Brazilian Mahogany doors carry an FSC certification.
American Red Oak: Homeowners have long appreciated the striking, open grain of oak, as well as the rugged durability of the species. Our oak doors project an image of timeless appeal and enduring strength.
Knotty alder: With the strength of maple and the personality of pine. The wood is light brown in color with yellow and peach hues. Stains can further highlight the beautiful grain. The open, solid knots give alder a more informal presence.
Tropical Teak (Rustic) hardwood: light in color with curvy grain that add visual interest. The Rustic hardwood is the perfect alternative to Maple. The rustic is a versatile wood and easy to machine, plane, turn, glue and bore. It takes and holds paint and stain exceptionally well.
Andean Walnut: The Andean Walnut has long been known as a fine hardwood. The wood is generally straight-grained, but sometimes with wavy or curly grain that produces an attractive and decorative figure. The Andean Walnut is light to dark chocolate brown in color. It is a strong, hard and durable hardwood, without being excessively heavy. It has excellent woodworking qualities, and takes finishes well.
Bamboo: Bamboo is a superior choice of material. It’s 16% harder than Maple and 1/3 lighter than Oak wood allowing the overall life span to be 3 times longer than wood. Our fine collection of interior Bamboo doors features light colored, flat grain material, moisture resistant, termite proof, extremely durable and needs no chemical treatments. Our interior Bamboo doors can match a wide range of home’s styles from traditional to ultra-modern.
GlassTempered Glass: Tempered glass creates impact resistant windows that are up to four times as impact resistant as annealed glass. If broken, tempered glass shatters into many small fragments, which prevents major injuries.
Doors with tempered glass meets all Federal Government specification in respect to tempering codes, including, but not limited to, Z97 * 1-1975, 16 CER -1201.
Decorative glass: decortive glass is hand crafted by highly skilled craftsmen who precisely cut, miter and solder each component into artistic patterns. Each glass is individually crafted using a variety of glass bevels and caming options including brass, zinc, and black for a variety of options. Decorative glass allows the sun to sparkle with every reflection. Whether you choose full glass, half moon or anything in between, our glass styles will be sure to complement any home. The decortive glass in our door is insualted between two clear tempered glass panes for security and energy efficiency