Frustrated with doors that stick?
Tired of squeaky hinges and loud latches?
Longing for the ability to escape to a quiet room?
Bored with dated, bland doors?
Our experience makes choosing the right doors a breeze.
Dated and faulty interior doors can be a nuisance. Doors that stick or don’t quite close can make moving around your home cumbersome. Maybe you’ve tried repairing them yourself, hoping for a quick fix. Regardless of the size of your home, older interior doors may not provide you with the privacy you need.
Enhance your home from the inside out.
The average mid-size home has about 24 interior doors, arguably the largest design element in the home with roughly 800 square feet of visual impact. A simple switch can transform the look, feel, and character of your home. With limitless design options, decorative hardware, and choices of trim, you can truly make your interior doors speak to your home, leaving a lasting impression on everyone who passes through them.
Visualize a new, properly installed interior door with state-of-the-art options that speak to your home’s design. Whether you are looking for silent operation or architectural accuracy, we have a solution to meet your needs and your budget. With factory finishing options, the issue of a warped door is pretty much an impossibility.
Make a statement with color.
Today, clients are moving beyond typical finishes, making a color statement with their interior doors. With factory paint finishing on all 6 surfaces of your interior doors, you’ll enjoy the look, feel, and longevity of a quality installed product. With an array of designs, materials, and options available the possibilities are limitless.
Below are some examples of common interior door materials used today, contact us to discuss your unique project.
WOOD INTERIOR DOORS
Don’t confuse solid core doors with solid wood doors. Solid wood doors are made with lumber. Assembled in pieces, they provide the familiar stile-and-rail construction standardized in home construction for many years. Solid wood doors have an array of options and custom capabilities which include panel, sticking, glass, applied moldings, and species selections to truly make a one of a kind appeal that will make you the customized stamp on your project.
Solid wood doors have a cost-savings option that rivals the affordability of solid core doors with Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) panels. In addition to significant cost savings, MDF has an added benefit of limited contraction and expansion which allows your paint to finish to stay impeccable for years to come.
MOLDED INTERIOR DOORS
Arguably the most popular door solution today, solid core doors are similar in application to a wood interior door regarding the look and feel. Solid core doors are a popular choice for today’s home as they offer the most popular styles and have little contraction and expansion. Solid core doors have a wooden framework, with an engineered wood core, and a molded veneer providing you with personalization and performance.
Hollow core doors are a cost-effective option for an entire project or closets. Despite their name, hollow core doors are not hollow. Hollow core doors have a wooden framework, typically 1 3/8 inches in thickness with a honeycomb or grid-like core consisting of cardboard, foam, or a combination of both. The frame and core support a veneer face adhered to the surface on both sides. Because veneer won’t support hardware, solid wood blocking for doorknob installation is placed inside the frame.
From hardware to frame types, commercial door systems can be complex for even the most seasoned industry professionals. Our team understands the complexities of commercial doors and code compliance, relying on our extensive experience with commercial projects as well as our relationships with manufacturers to find the right solutions.
To eliminate confusion, our process sets the stage for informed decision making.
Read more about Commercial Doors here.