QDCRP10827 - Unfinished Wood MITERED Doors & Drawer Fronts

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Product Description

Due to lumber and construction market conditions, lead time:  3-5 weeks for production
(All lead times are subject to variations in workload)

Cabinet Doors & Drawer Fronts Are Made From 3/4" Thick Solid Wood With Solid Wood Center Panel

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QDCRP10827
CRP10827
Door Specifications
Minimum Door Width 7 5/16"
Minimum Door Height
(See Step 2 Below For Hinge Boring Options)
7 5/16" For "NO" Hinge Boring
8 13/16" For "A" & "B" Hinge Boring
10" For "C" Hinge Boring
Center Panel Raise Design Specific
Inner Frame Edge Design Specific
Outer Frame Edge Design Specific
Framing Widths 2 5/16" - Vertical (Stiles) & Horizontal (Rails)
Mid-Rail Width 2 5/16"
*DOORS 26" OR WIDER MUST HAVE MINIMUM (1) VERTICAL MID-RAIL*
Grain Direction Vertical
Construction Cross-Section Images
Door Cross-Section
(Click Image For Dimensional Specs)
CRP10827 Door Crosscut
Drawer Front Specifications
Minimum Drawer Front Width 5 7/16"
Minimum Drawer Front Height 5 7/16"
Center Panel Raise  Design Specific
Inner Frame Edge Design Specific
Outer Frame Edge Design Specific
Framing Width 2 5/16" Vertical (Stiles) & Horizontal (Rails)
Mid-Rail Width 2 5/16"
*SINGLE VERTICAL ONLY*
Grain Direction Horizontal
Construction Cross-Section Images
Drawer Front Cross-Section
(Click Image For Dimensional Specs)
CRP10827 Drawer Front Crosscut

Select Your Wood Species
* Premium Grade Available 
Standard Grade Alder Rustic Knotty Alder Standard Grade White Birch Standard Grade Cherry
Alder Alder, Rustic
(Not Available With Mitered Doors)
Birch, White* Cherry*
Rustic Knotty Cherry Standard Grade Hard Maple Rustic Knotty Hard Maple Standard Grade Hickory
Cherry, Rustic
(Not Available With Mitered Doors)
Maple, Hard* Maple, Hard Rustic
(Not Available With Mitered Doors)
Hickory*
Rustic Knotty Hickory Standard Grade Knotty Pine Standard Grade Red Oak Standard Grade Quarter Sawn Red Oak
Hickory, Rustic
(Not Available With Mitered Doors)
Pine, Knotty
(Not Available With Mitered Doors)
Oak, Red* Oak, Red, Qtr Sawn
Rustic Knotty Red Oak Standard Grade Walnut
Oak, Red, Rustic
(Not Available With Mitered Doors)
Oak, White* Walnut*   Maple, Paint Grade - Wood Panel
     
Maple, Paint Grade - MDF Panel      

Select Hinge Boring
If you intend to use a concealed European style hinge, here are your boring options.  We normally recommend a Compact Style hinge if you have "Face Frame" style cabinets.  If you have any questions, just give us a call. 
For FACE FRAME Style Cabinets
Compact Style HingeCompact style hinge for Boring type "A"
"A" Boring For Compact Style Hinges
Hinge bore pattern for compact hinge with dowel inserts Hinge bore pattern for compact hinges without dowel inserts

Compact Hinge Bore With Dowel Inserts
Select ("A" with)
Placement Is 3" To Center From Top & Bottom Of Door

Compact Hinge Bore Without Dowel Inserts
Select ("A" without)
Placement Is 3" To Center From Top & Bottom Of Door
Long Arm Style HingesLong arm style hinge for hinge boring type "B" & "C"
"B" Boring For Long Arm Style Hinges
Hinge bore pattern for long arm hinge with dowel inserts for face frame cabinets Hinge bore pattern for long arm hinge without dowel inserts for face frame cabinets
Long Arm Hinge Bore With Dowel Inserts
Select ("B" with)
Placement Is 3" To Center From Top & Bottom Of Door

Long Arm Hinge Bore Without Dowel Inserts
Select ("B" without)
Placement Is 3" To Center From Top & Bottom Of Door

For FRAMELESS Style Cabinets Using Long Arm Hinges
Long Arm Style HingesLong arm style hinge for hinge boring type "B" & "C"
"C" Boring For Long Arm Style Hinges
Hinge bore pattern for long arm hinge with dowel insert holes Hinge bore pattern for long arm hinge without dowel insert holes
Long Arm Hinge Bore With Dowel Inserts
Select ("C" with)
Placement Is 3 3/4" To Center From Top & Bottom Of Door
Long Arm Hinge Bore Without Dowel Inserts
Select ("C" without)
Placement Is 3 3/4" To Center From Top & Bottom Of Door

Custom Boring Is Available At Additional Cost Per Door (Contact Customer Service)
Doors 9" To 42" Receive Two Bores
Doors 42-1/16" To 72" Receive Three Bores
Doors 72-1/16" & Longer Receive Four Bores With Center Holes Set 25" In From Each End.
Bore Hole Is 35mm Diameter, 13.5mm Deep & The Insert Holes Are 8mm Diameter & 11.9mm Deep
Dowel Inserts Are NOT Included With Any Door.  The Dowel Inserts Come With The Hinge Or Can Be Purchased Separately



Need A Mid-Rail?
Adding A Mid-Rail Is Meant To Offer Additional Support To An Oversized Door, Drawer Front Or Panel, Which Will Help To Mitigate Door Warpage Due To The Overall Dimensions Of The Door, Drawer Front Or Panel.
(See "Manufacturer's Product Warranty Information" Below For Acceptable Warpage Tolerances)
Horizontal Mid-Rails
Single Horizontal Mid-Rail

We Recommend Adding A SINGLE HORIZONTAL MID-RAIL When The Door/Panel Is Between 48" & 60" Tall

And A DOUBLE HORIZONTAL MID-RAIL When The Door/Panel Is Between 60" & 96" Tall

Doors Shorter Than 48" Do Not Typically Require A Mid-Rail.  You Are Welcome To Add One If That Is The Look You Are Trying To Achieve.

Double Horizontal Mid-Rail
Vertical Mid-Rails
Doors
Single Vertical Mid-Rail

We Recommend Adding A SINGLE VERTICAL MID-RAIL When The Door Is Between 24" & 36" Wide

We Recommend Adding A DOUBLE VERTICAL MID-RAIL When The Door Is Greater Than 36" Wide

Doors Narrower Than 24" Do Not Typically Require A Mid-Rail.  You Are Welcome To Add One If That Is The Look You Are Trying To Achieve.

Double Vertical Mid-Rail
Drawer Fronts

Typically, Drawer Fronts Will Not Require A Mid-Rail.  However, On Larger/Oversized Drawer Fronts, It Is Good Practice To Use A Mid-Rail When The Drawer Box Is Less Than Or Equal To 1/2 The Height Of The Drawer Front.

You Are Welcome To Add One If That Is The Look You Are Trying To Achieve.



Optional Back Side Routed Hand/Finger Pulls
(Priced Per Door)
Fingerpull rout selections

Hand/Finger Pull Specifications:

  • Hand/Finger Pull Routs Are On The Back Side Of The Door & Are Minimally Noticeable From A Front View
  • Specify Location: Bottom Left (BL), Bottom Right (BR), Bottom Center (BC), Top Left (TL), Top Right (TR) Or Top Center (TC)
  • Rout Is 3-5/8" Wide & 3/8" Deep. When Specified As Right Or Left, The Rout Begins 3" From The Edge Of The Door
  • Rout Is Centered On Doors Less Than 10" Wide
  • Routing Not Available With The Following Edge Profiles:  (E-2), (FP), (L-253), (L-304), (L-686), (L-947) & (RC-2)
  • Adds One Additional Day To Lead Time.

Enter Your Dimensions
Use The Dropdowns To Input Your Door Or Drawer Front, Height & Width Dimensions.
See Item Specifications For Minimum Dimension Requirements.
Be Sure To Input Your FINISHED Dimensions.  The Dimensions You Provide Will Be The Final/Finished Size.

Measuring for new or replacement cabinet doors and drawers
(Click on link or image above for measuring guide).



Review Manufacturer's Warranty/Tolerances & Exception Charges
Warranty
Information About Manufacturer's Product & Finishing Warranties
Manufacturer's Allowable Tolerances

Allowable Tolerances For Bow, Warp Or Twist For "Single Panel", "Multi-Panel", "Frame Only" & Mullion Doors Are As Follows:

Single Panel Up To 26" Wide And/Or 48" Tall - 1/8" Acceptable
Multi-Panel Up To 26" Wide & 48-1/16" To 64-15/16" Tall - 1/4" Acceptable
Multi-Panel Up To 26" Wide & 65" To 83-15/16" Tall - 5/16" Acceptable
Single Panel, Single Opening "Frame Only" & "Mullion" Doors Over 26" Wide And/Or 48" Tall Will NOT Be Warranted ("Mullion Lites" Not To Be Included In Panel Count)
Any Door Exceeding 25-15/16" Wide Or 83-15/16" High Will NOT Be Warranted

Allowable Tolerances For Contraction, Expansion & Warpage For One & Three Piece Products Are As Follows:

Up To 12" Wide & 21-15/16" High - 1/8" Acceptable
12-1/16" To 22" Wide Or 22" To 43-15/16" High - 1/4" Acceptable

Any One Piece Product Exceeding 22" Wide Or 43-15/16" High Will NOT Be Warranted
All Three Piece Products Over 30" Wide & 14" High Are NOT Warranted

Finishing Notes

When Ordering Unfinished, Doors Should Be Properly Prepared Prior To Applying Any Finishing Products.  Be Sure To Read & Understand The Instructions Provided By Your Finish Manufacturer.  You May Need To Perform Additional Sanding To Prepare Your Products For Finishing.

Special Handling Charges For Oversized Products

Shipping Companies Do Charge Extra For "Oversize" Packages Or Packages That Exceed Certain Lengths Or Other Measurements.

If Your Product Is Going To Incur Additional Charges, We Will Get A Shipping Quote Prior To Finalizing Your Order.  The Shipping Shown On Your Order May Or May Not Include These "Oversize" Charges.  We Will Notify You Prior To Placing Your Order In Production.

FedEx Oversize Packages

Packages That Weigh 150 Pounds Or Less & Exceed 108 Inches In Length Or 130 Inches In "Girth" ((2 x width) + (2 x height)) Are Considered “Oversize” PackagesOversize Packages Are Rated Based On The Greater Of The Package's Actual Rounded Weight Or Dimensional Weight. All Oversize Packages Will Have A Minimum Billable Weight Of 90 Pounds In Addition To Any Oversize Package Surcharge(s).  As of 2020, This Surcharge Will Be $120 Per Oversize Package.

Fedex Peak Oversize Package Surcharge

During Peak Shipping Season (10/21/xx until 1/5/xx) Any Package Shipped Will Incur An Additional "Peak Oversize" Charge Of $37.50 Per Oversize Package.

UPS Oversize Packages

A Large Package Surcharge Will Be Applied To Each UPS Package When Its Length Plus "Girth" ((2 x width) + (2 x height)) Combined Exceeds 130 Inches, But Does Not Exceed The Maximum UPS Size Of 165 Inches. Large Packages Are Subject To A Minimum Billable Weight Of 90 Pounds In Addition To Any Oversize Package Surcharge(s).  As Of 2020, This Surcharge Will Be $115 Per Oversize Package.

Address Changes For FedEx & UPS

Both FedEx & UPS Charge For Address Changes & Corrections.  The Charge For An Address Change Is A Minimum Of $16.00 As Of 1/1/2019, But Can Be Upwards Of $800.00 Or More.
Please Check Your Shipping Address On Your Order Confirmation To Ensure That It Is Correct.
The Cabinet Guy/QuikDrawers Is NOT Responsible For Incorrect Addresses.

If You Have Any Specific Questions, Let Us Know Or Refer Directly To The Carrier Websites For More Information.