Our Doors

Whether traditional or modern, rustic or paint-grade, complex or simple, detailed or uncluttered – we make doors with enduring value in a  host of styles to accent and beautify your living spaces.

  1. Slab Doors

    1. Solid wood
      • A solid wood door comprised of several smaller pieces glued together. The end grain is visible on ends and may take finish differently. Solid wood slabs are more susceptible to warping, twisting, bowing, expansion, and contraction. 
    2. Veneer/MDF core
      • We start with a stable MDF core, attach solid wood strips to the perimeter, then overlay it with veneer. An  outside edge profile is added (See edge profiles.) The veneer door has more dimensional and planar stability (not prone to warping and twisting) than a solid wood slab door and, since it lacks the end grain, allows for a more even finish on door edges.
  2. Frame and Panel Doors (5-piece)

    • The panel (flat or profiled) that is held in place by fitting into groove in a frame surrounding it. The frame is made of vertical pieces (stiles) and horizontal pieces (rails). The door frame is constructed three different ways:
      • Traditional/Standard (Cope and stick) – Rails are coped (fitted) and stuck into matching profile in stiles. This construction method has further design options
        1. Square inside edge (Shaker, mission style)
        2. Profiled/decorative inside edge (framing bead, bead inside edge)
      • Haunched, French miter, notched (specialty door) – beaded profile inside edge of frame that requires a parial miter and mortise and tenon construction (interlocking, mortise on stile paried with tenon on rail)
      • Mitered — mitered corner (picture frame style) stile and rail joints, mortise and tenon construction


Preserving God's Creation

At Mountainside Wood Products, we delight in creating useful products from the raw materials of God’s creation. We strive to take good care of the earth and its resources by minimizing waste and using common sense.

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