Premium Quality Solid Wood Doors Locally Produced and Customized to Fit Your Home Design

Doge-1C

$64900

Elegant Enamel Painted Door

Color: RAL 9003 & Antique Silver

Door
size
Rough
opening
+

Custom Door Size

min 70” - max 96”
×
min 12” - max 36”
+

Size Rough Opening

min 71.25” - max 97.25”
×
min 14.5” - max 38.5”
Door: $649.00 X
Options total: $0.00
Grand total: $64900

Doge-1C

$64900

Elegant Enamel Painted Door

Color: RAL 9003 & Antique Silver

Door
size
Rough
opening
+

Custom Door Size

min 70” - max 96”
×
min 12” - max 36”
Door: $649 X
Options total: $0.00
Grand total: $64900

The Doge collection features some of our most elegant designs, with detailed trim and elaborate paneling as key components. These doors create a classy, polished atmosphere for your home. Browse the catalog to figure out which Doge style is right for you. An engineered wood core for better stability with environmental changes. Multiple wood species and various panel designs can match any home décor.

Door panel structure: engineered solid pine, water-resistant HDF-plate 0.47'', finishing PU-coating

  • design molding with antique finish is available in several variants
  • door panel package: polyethylene film, foam pads on the perimeter, corrugated box
  • molding package: set in a polyethylene film, corrugated cardboard
  • glass options: imitation of stained glass with filling or milling imitation
Pre-Hanging Service

A door that fits properly will fit snugly, without gaps, but not prove too tight of a fit. It should close easily even when a child uses it. Pre-hung doors make the job a little easier, since the jambs that line the doorway are mounted as a frame around the door, unlike slab doors. This framework must fit properly as well, however. Pre-hung door units typically need a 1/2-inch shim space between the jamb frame and the rough opening, at both sides and below the header, to allow for adjusting the door during installation. Consult the door fabricator for proper sizing of your custom door.

$15500

Matching Jamb and Casing

To properly fit an interior door in your home, the door jamb must match the thickness of the finished wall or be slightly deeper than the wall. A standard interior wall consists of a two-by-four frame with one layer of 1/2-inch-thick drywall on each side, for a total thickness of approximately 4 1/2 inches. The depth of a standard door jamb is 4 5/8'', which provides an extra 1/8'' to account for slightly thicker walls due to stud size variation. Romula series doors use a type 3 frame, which consists of three bars.

$20000

Door trim, or what carpenters commonly refer to as casing, is the flat trim piece that covers the door jamb and the space between the wall and the door jamb. For all doors we offer a special kind of casings, so that to the entire structure is given a finished appearance and that blends harmoniously with the interior design. The door casing measures about  3''  wide and is usually just under 1 9/16''  in thickness. It is usually manufactured in 8 11/16'' lengths to fit most doors. 

$25000

Door trim, or what carpenters commonly refer to as casing, is the flat trim piece that covers the door jamb and the space between the wall and the door jamb. For all doors we offer a special kind of casings, so that to the entire structure is given a finished appearance and that blends harmoniously with the interior design. The door casing measures about  3''  wide and is usually just under 1 9/16''  in thickness. It is usually manufactured in 8 11/16'' lengths to fit most doors. 

$30000

Additional decorative elements, such as a rosette, a plinth, and a head molding give the door a complete luxurious look. The head molding is also composed of a variety of trims, and is constructed either of wood or MDF. Head molding serves only as decoration and can have a variety of shapes and carvings.

Extension Jamb Set

While most modern homes have standard wall thicknesses, older homes often have thicker walls, as well as variation in thickness from wall to wall. For these cases, you can try a special split-jamb interior door, which has a slightly adjustable depth. Another option is to create door jamb extensions: hold one side of the door jamb flush with the wall and measure the distance needed to make the jamb flush with the opposite side. Use a table saw to rip strips of wood to the width needed, and attach the strips to the edges of the jamb.

 

Matching Accessories

$25000

Additional decorative elements, such as a rosette, a plinth, and a head molding give the door a complete luxurious look. The head molding is also composed of a variety of trims, and is constructed either of wood or MDF. Head molding serves only as decoration and can have a variety of shapes and carvings.