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SOLID HARDWOOD DOORS

...from Allegheny Wood Works, Inc.
10003 Railroad Street • Lake City, PA 16423 • Phone: (814) 774-7338 • Fax: (814) 774-8551 • E-mail: sales@solidhardwooddoors.com

Door Profile Options

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Profile Opions: (click image for larger photo)
P1 Cove with M1 Ogee
P1 Cove with M2 Rounded
P2 Slant with M1 Ogee
P2 Slant with M2 Rounded
P3 Flat with M3 Mission
For raised panel doors select either P1-cove (our standard) or P2-slant for the panel profile. Also select either M1-ogee (our standard) or M2-rounded for the molding profile. These profiles can be interchanged to your choice.
For mission doors select P3-flat for the panel profile (3/4" thick flat panel) and M3-square edge for the molding profile.

For a 1-3/8" thick door, the only way to have a flat panel with molded profiles M1 or M2 is to use 1/4" thick plywood as the panel material. For a 1-3/4" thick door, with profiles M1 or M2 we can use 1/2" thick solid wood panels. This is often required when doing restoration work and replicating doors from the early 1900's.


Glass Door Profile Options

Our glass doors are available in any of our molding profiles (see below). Interior glass doors include 1/4" clear tempered glass, and are available in 1-3/8” or 1-3/4” thickness. For glass that is over 1/4" thick, the door must be 1-3/4” thickness. All exterior doors are 1-3/4” thickness, and include 1/2" clear insulated glass. For obscure glass options, click here . If you are looking for laundry, pantry or wine cellar doors, click here.
M1 with Glass
M2 with Glass
Our rounded (M1 and M2) profiles are machined into one side of the door, and applied to the other side when the glass is installed. On our square (M3) profile doors, the glass sticking is applied to both sides of the door, and requires a small upcharge for each pane of glass in the door. Divided light doors (AWW400 through 441 series) are not available in square (M3) profile.
M3 Profile Coming Soon