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Wood Types

mdf.jpgMDFMedium-density fiberboard, or MDF, is a manufactured wood product composed of wood fibers that are mixed with resin and wax and pressed into flat panels under high temperature and pressure. It is used much like plywood as a building material. Unlike particleboard, with which it is sometimes confused, MDF cuts well and has a smooth surface that is ideal for painting.   

maple-pg-door.jpgPaint Grade Maple - extreme color variation may occur with sapwood and heartwood intermixed. Mineral streaks and other natural defects are allowed, but material will be sound.

door-sg-maple.jpgStain Grade Maple - will have a reasonably uniform light color, though some color variation is allowed. Minimal heartwood will appear on the face. Very small mineral streaks and minimal birds-eye type knots are allowed.

door-oak.jpgOak - mostly tan color tones, though some variations will occur. Variations of grain pattern are expected, though extreme variations are not allowed. Minimal amount of mineral allowed.

cherry-door.jpgCherry - selected for mostly uniform red color, though tones and grain pattern can vary. Small amount of pitch pockets and very tight knots are allowed. Less than two percent sapwood allowed. 

knotty-alder-door.jpgKnotty Alder - color variation within a door is minimal. Only a minimal number of small, tight knots is allowed. 

superior-alder-door.jpgSuperior Alder - staves within a door or multi-piece drawer front will have a more uniform grain match.

Other wood types are available upon request. Please contact us and ask if you have a preference that is not shown.