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Oak cabinet doors from Estate Millwork lend bright, modern touches to any room. Whether you.re adding a game room to your basement or renovating your master bath, our oak cabinet doors can be customized to perfection. Estate Millwork's staff is proud to offer you fine furnishings featuring genuine oak wood construction and a high level of attention to detail. Only the choicest cuts of pure oak wood are permitted in each set of cabinet doors we create, and we stand by that.
Eco-conscious production is another goal at the Estate Millwork cabinet door plant. We deal exclusively with oak wood suppliers who practice sustainable harvesting techniques. Perhaps more importantly, we ensure that energy conservation and materials recycling are the rules, not the exceptions, at our plant. If oak wood scraps can.t be used in our custom cabinet doors, we.ll use them in shutter detailing, or burn them for fuel in the colder months. Conservation of resources allows us to produce higher quality custom cabinet doors while offering you a better value.
Natural oak wood is a dense hardwood that is surprisingly workable. This wood is also highly dent- and pest-resistant, and repels moisture well, so it is an ideal choice for home cabinetry installed in various climates. With proper care, cabinet doors made from oak can last for many decades and still look brand-new.
Oak wood comes in two varieties, red and white. Red oak is naturally creamy salmon in color, and the pretty, scarlet undertones can be brought out by lacquers or stains. White oak is paler in color, but can take on rich golden tones when stained. Oak wood has beautiful and distinctive natural grain patterns that complement a wide variety of interior decorating schemes.
Because oak wood is so versatile, it can be shaped into many different cabinet door styles and forms. Estate Millwork offers a virtual buffet of options for custom cabinet doors, so whether you.re treating yourself to new cabinetry in your study, or giving your kitchen and dining rooms complete overhauls, our oak cabinet doors will look fabulous. Our wood craftsmanship is so elegant that some customers consider our cabinet doors to be heirlooms.
Estate Millwork offers many customization options for oak wood cabinet doors. We can do beveling, radius work, applied mouldings, and inlays; or, we can custom-cut wood pieces to show off the natural grain patterns. Inquire about your customization ideas; our craftsmen can work from sketches or AutoCAD drawings, as well.
All oak cabinet doors leaving the Estate Millwork plant have been assembled with real wood mortise-and-tenon joinery. This assembly technique, which has been around since antiquity, provides exceptional strength. Each cabinet door is constructed using real wood connectors, not cheap dowel rods, nails, or glue. Our oak cabinet doors also boast 100 percent real wood rail and stile construction, no veneers or particle board here.
Select from a variety of Estate Millwork oak wood cabinet doors and custom cabinet creations. Contact our customer service representatives for more information, or place your order online using our Custom Design Tools.
Each set of custom cabinet doors we sell is hand-crafted using strong, beautiful, top-grade hardwood. An Estate Millwork door is made from solid wood rails and stiles, and is assembled using a time-tested method of peg-and-hole construction: mortise-and-tenon joinery. This assembly technique, which dates back to ancient China, is the strongest, most durable way to build fine home furnishings.
"No shortcuts" is our motto at Estate Millwork. We refuse to sell any customer a set of cabinet doors made from faux wood or veneers. We require careful, precise measuring and sawing -- because cabinet doors must fit perfectly to operate. We also frown upon slapdash assembly techniques that require glue or other cheap adhesives. Our heirloom-quality custom cabinet doors will last for generations to come, and with very little maintenance.
The short answer: anything.
Our customers install our cabinet doors in studies, dens, bedrooms, and kitchens. These quality custom doors make excellent wedding gifts, birthday presents, and new-baby furnishings. Apartment-dwellers and condominium owners love our cabinet doors, too. Installation is easy, and measuring's a cinch just use our custom online design tools to specify the measurements you need.
Customization options are limitless, so your wood cabinet doors will suit any room in your home. We offer nine gorgeous hardwood varieties, which can be stained or painted to match any type of d cor. We also carry three lines of doors the Philadelphia flat-panel collection, the Tuxedo Park raised-panel collection, and the Sonoma louvered collection. Each line features over a half-dozen panel styles and arrangements.
Your custom options don't end there. We also offer several stylized wood cuts, and can do custom inlays or beveling upon request. For those customers who require tailor-made cabinet doors to fit unusual spaces, we offer radius work, as well. Some customers opt to submit sketches or AutoCAD drawings of their dream cabinet doors, which our workers use as patterns. (Are you artistically inclined? Feel free to share your ideas.) Other customers opt for special hardware on their cabinet doors. You can choose from elegant strap hinges, New York-style L hinges, and classic square hinges to complement your new custom cabinetry.
Sustainability is a major goal of Estate Millwork's custom cabinet door manufacturing process. Each and every wood dealer we work with makes a commitment to sustainable wood harvest techniques. Whether the wood we use in your custom cabinet doors is a common domestic hardwood or an import, our wood suppliers stress the importance of renewable forestry.
Eco-consciousness doesn't stop there. The plant where we make our cabinet doors has strict recycling requirements. If our workers have wood scraps left over after making cabinet doors, they either use them in shutters, or burn them to fuel the plant. Plant managers enforce temperature controls throughout the year, and strategically schedule work shifts to ensure maximum fuel efficiency. Estate Millwork customers like you benefit from this eco-conscious care we can lower the prices on the custom cabinet doors we sell.
To order your wood cabinet doors, call or e-mail our customer service team today.
White Oak is an outstanding domestic hardwood that is widely available and therefore quite affordable. It is a rather strong wood that displays a very straight and consistent grain making it quite versatile and easy to match when making wider panels, for building furniture and cabinets. The characteristic that has made White Oak wood famous is the presence of striking medullary rays that appear when the wood is quartersawn. In the early 1900s, White Oak was the standard species for the arts and crafts movement in furniture building, today it retains its popularity as a furniture wood, but its uses have expanded to include many more applications.
Its unique cellular structure makes the wood highly water resistant, and as a result it is used in great quantities for exterior applications ranging from trim and general construction to furniture and garden structures. White Oak is the perfect species for many applications, and the only drawback is the wood’s relatively unremarkable appearance which is easily overcome during the finishing process.
White oak, scientifically known as Quercus alba, is a hardwood of exceptional quality that is celebrated for its strength, durability, and timeless appeal. White oak is renowned for its pale, almost creamy color, which can range from a light straw hue to a soft, golden tan. Its grain patterns are known for their straight lines and unique ray flecks, giving the wood a distinctive and attractive appearance. Whether you're crafting custom cabinetry, hardwood flooring, or elegant furniture, white oak hardwood adds a touch of classic beauty to your projects. One of the standout features of white oak is its exceptional durability. It is prized for its resistance to wear, decay, and rot, making it an ideal choice for both indoor and outdoor applications. Its robustness ensures that your investment in white oak hardwood will continue to shine for generations to come.
At Estate Millwork we air dry much of our lumber, and after air drying we finish drying in low wattage dehumidification kilns.
Every piece of wood we purchase is used to the fullest on products, at Estate Millwork we have a very high yield ratio of 94 percent due to the use of automated saws and optimizing software. The remainimg 6 percent which is mostly sawdust and chips are either burned to heat our plant or send to local cattle farmers for bedding and composting.
Nothing is wasted. Some of Appalachian lumber we use comes from Amish farmers in our county who harvest with horses instead of mechanized equipment, and do our rough sawing on 1920s sawmills that are also extremely low input compared to larger commercial sawmills of today. All of our imported lumber is plantation grown, and not harvested from natural forests.
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|Material||WhiteOak||Premium FAS Clear Grade||Rot Resistant, Insect Resistant Premium Exterior Lumber|
|Joinery||3/4" X 3"||True Mortise & Tenon,||Strongest solid wooden joint|
|Frame Thickness||3/4 "||Solid Wood||Rigid Integrity|
|Stile Width||2 1/4 "||Hand Jointed||Vertical Stability|
|Base Rail||2 1/4 "||Balance||Architecturally Correct|
|Crown Rail||2 1/4 "||Balance||Historically Accurate|
|Louver Pitch||-67.5 Degrees||Fixed Louvers||Sturdy, Air flow|
|Louver Spacing||.875 "||Variable Options||Customizable|
|Finish||Machine Sand 120, Hand Sanded 150||Drum,Edge & Palm sanded||Top quality hand finish|
|Packing||Foam Wrapped in Custom Built Carton||1/8" Foam, 3/16 Trim Sheet 100lb||Protection against damage in transit.|
|2||Stile.Left,Stile.Right||3/4" X 2 1/4" X 30"||WhiteOak|
|2||Rail.Base,Rail.Crown||3/4" X 2 1/4" X 16"||WhiteOak|
|28||BullnoseLouver.0 SP:0.000000 Pitch:25.500000||1/4" X 1 1/4" X 14 3/8"||WhiteOak|