Double Front Doors For Homes

Wooden Exterior Front Entry Double Doors Wood

Enchanting Double Front Doors


We will respond promptly. Since all doors are built to order we can build to your specifications. We quote all doors individually based on your size and configuration. We can adjust size, configuration, wood species, glass design or texture, finish, and hardware to your requirements. We will be glad to price out exactly what you are interested in and price each component so you can easily add or delete items to see how they affect the total price. If you can describe it and we can draw it then we can build it.

Ordering Procedure

Our order procedure is simple, once we have priced out your unit it can be ordered by a fax, E-mail or a phone call. When you place your order we will prepare a complete order approval package with detailed shop drawings and measurements for your review and approval. We will not start building anything until you sign and return this package. We have a list of approved installers for most areas. Since all of our doors are built to your specifications we require a 50% deposit and the balance is due at the time of shipment. These payments can be made by check or credit card. All orders are shipped freight collect and the freight line will collect the actual shipping charge at the time of delivery. We will be glad to answer any questions you, your builder or decorator may have -- just give us a phone call at 1-800-359-7557. It is helpful to have your quote number or order number so we can pull up your information.


Radio Systems PetSafe 1-Piece Classic Replacement Flap, Large, 4-0113-11
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  • Made of soft, smoked vinyl
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  • Offers maximum energy efficiency
  • 10.3 x 15.6 inches; 1-year limited warranty

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  • Sturdy lead-free, non-toxic, chewproof all-steel construction
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