One of the goals when creating a handcrafted cedar screen door is to add to the value of the home while complimenting the home’s architectural design.
We take great pride in offering our handcrafted artistic cedar screen door that will reflect these values.
When creating our high quality cedar screen doors, clear western red cedar is used. We mill all our cedar in house. This allows us to cut all our clear western red cedar on the vertical grain to bring out the unique beauty and characteristics of this wood.
Very special care is taken to match colors and grains for every door.
*All doors are handcrafted with vertical grain cut is wood cut in a plane approximately at right angles to the annual rings of the tree. This results in the beautiful “pinstripe suit” look of the grain and is exceptionally stable.
*All doors are constructed using the Festool Domino joinery system. You simply cant buy a stronger made door!
*All doors are handcrafted from vertical grain cut, clear western red cedar. The standard door sizes measure:
36″ screen door (finished measurement is 35-3/4″ x 80-3/4″ x 1 1/8″)
34″ screen door (finished measurement is 33-3/4″ x 80-3/4″ x 1 1/8″)
32″ screen door (finished measurement is 31-3/4″ x 80-3/4″ x 1 1/8″)
All measurements are approximate. Wildlife Elk door shown here, custom engravings available too!
Door should be finished with an exterior oil and hung with in one week of receiving your door.
Custom sizes are available; please contact us to discuss your needs.
Measuring Your Door Opening
Screen doors are typically hung with the hinges installed onto the outer door frame brick mold. The standard door size is typically 36″ wide. You will want to measure across the top of the brick mold (A), across the middle of the brick mold (B) and across the bottom brick mold (C). These number should all be the same, if they are not let us know and we will come up with the installation solution for your door. All doors are 80 3/4″ high.
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Remember ~ All doors come with a set of three steel hinges painted black.