Custom Wood Doors, Lancaster PA
Custom Doors That Make a Statement
Imagine your home with a new custom wood door. A door that gives an elegant first impression to visitors and allows natural light into the home. A door that will enhance curb appeal and make a statement in your neighborhood. At Seven Trees we can make just about any unique entryway happen. Our custom door designs often include unique design elements such as sidelights, transoms, ironwork, door surrounds, and custom moldings and profiles.
Bring us your ideas and pictures, and we will transform them into a build-able design. It’s time to add beauty and distinction to your home with a handcrafted solid wood door from Seven Trees Woodworking. Contact us today to learn more and request a quote.
Interior Passage Doors
Custom interior doors offer deeper, more pronounced profiles and superior construction. Allow us to match your homes existing style or start from scratch with a new design. Your custom designed interior door will make a statement and add elegance to the inside of your home. From basements to attics, we will outfit any opening with a door that will meet your needs.
Door options based on your requests may include pre-hung builds, unfinished, primed, painted or stained finishes, locksets and hardware, delivery and installation. Contact us today to learn more and request a quote for your home.
Why should my custom door come from Seven Trees Woodworking?
Mortise and Tenon Joint
You will get superior construction & joinery methods.
What sets apart a quality door from the rest is all in the construction of the door. Most manufactured doors are made using 2” long by 3/8“ diameter dowels.Our standard door is constructed using two 5” long by 5/8” diameter dowels in each rail.
The size and length of the dowel joint creates a door of higher structural integrity.
Our upgraded joinery method is the time honored Mortise and Tenon joint which is appropriate in historical renovation work.
A Mortise and Tenon joint has more glue surface area to create an even stronger door.
Both methods are pictured to the left.