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Solid and rich in color, mahogany wood doors add a sophistication to your home. Mahogany is one of the most reliable materials for exterior door construction. Mahogany has a straight, find, and even grain. It can range in color from pale pink to reddish brown. The color often darkens and grows richer over time. View All Mahogany Stains
Oak is very dense, creating great strength and hardness and making it a good choice for exterior doors. The wood is very recognizable by its distinct and visible grain. View All Red Oak Stains
Cherry doors are smooth in texture, with a tight, clear grain that finishes beautifully and gives any home a sense of sophistication and refinement. Cherry usually ranges in color from pinkish-brown to darker shades of reddish-brown. With exposure to the sun, cherry will additionally develop a dark, rich patina over time. View All Cherry Stains
If you are looking for a more rustic look for your front door, consider using Alder to help you achieve that look. Alder has become a popular species for door construction due to its pronounced grain and uniform texture. This versatile wood species features a fairly straight grain with areas of burl clusters and small knots. These marks add character and will provide a darker texture and color when the unit is stained and finished View All Alder Stains
The color of cedar varies from light to dark reddish-brown, and its texture varies from fine to course. Cedar is one of the world’s most robust wood species, as it naturally resists decay and maintains its stability, even in particularly harsh environments. View All Spanish Cedar Stains