The entrance door to your home or commercial property often makes a significant impression upon a first time visitor or new customer. In restorations as well, the entrance you pass through says something about quality of work, attention to detail, and taste of those within. We can heip with any custom stile and rail door you may require whether a simple closet door or a grand entry.
We build any style or size of custom wood stile and rail door with panels only, glass only, or any combination of glass and panels. We have built doors as wide as 4', as tall as 12', and up to 3" thick. Sticking profiles, applied moldings, panel profiles and other details can be duplicated from your samples or period designs as well as completely new designs. We also build plank doors.
Any style of radius top or face door such as eyebrows, half round, quarter round, gothic arch, etc. can be built from scratch or duplicated from an original. Simple and fancy screen doors and louver doors are also within our range.
All of our doors are of mortise and tenon construction either blind or through mortised. We use only quality, durable woods, adhesives, and hardware in their construction. Doors can be furnished as doors only, doors prehung in jambs, and complete entries with transoms and sidelights.
Please contact us for you custom door project to discuss your needs.
This four door exterior wood entrance with jamb and transom is a reproduction of the original marque lobby entrance produced for a historic down town theater. Doors are 2-1/4" thick in Spanish Cedar. As shown above, multiple exterior door unit with transom in Spanish Cedar.
For this historic farmhouse restoration, The G. W. Cernoch Works built all the exterior (including 5 pair of double exterior doors, and 4 single exterior) and interior doors as well as furnishing all interior door trim, replicating historic details as well as architects details. Doors: Understanding how design and construction...
The Casino Building was originally constructed by a German fraternal organization as a building for socializing and as a school. Through the years it was a private school, public high school, fire station, city hall, library, and finally a senior citizens center. All this varied use brought about many modifications and...