FSC Certified Cabinet Doors
Choose from 10 different FSC certified wood species
A certificate is available guaranteeing your order was manufactured using 100% certified materials*
Choose From Our Most Popular Door Styles
Great looking custom cabinet doors, finished with state of the art equipment, at prices that will make you want to hug a tree!
Turnaround time on unfinished doors is 7 - 10 work days and may vary by product availability and workload.
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Choose Your Door Material
|Hard Maple**||Hybrid Maple & MDF||Lyptus|
|MDF||Paint Grade Hard Maple||Quarter Sawn White or Red Oak|
|Red Oak**||Rustic Knotty Alder||Soft Maple|
*Conestoga's Certified Materials Program includes 10 species including various grade options. Most popular door designs are available using certified materials; however, plywood door designs are not included. In guaranteeing the sustainability of your order, certificates are offered from our lumber suppliers as proof that the materials used have come from a certified source. The chain of custody ends with the mill source or supplier of the materials. Conestoga does not provide a chain of custody certification. Download full explanation of our certification position.
** Available in standard and premium grade material
The next 3 steps will address the framing bead, framing edge and panel raise choices for custom doors. Slab Style doors will require framing edge choice only.
Choose Your Framing Edge
Some edge profiles are NOT recommended for use with Euro, demountable or Inserta style hinges, note hinge boring notes under each profile.
Edges displayed above are computer generated to represent the actual product as closely as possible but may not be exact. If you are seeking an exact match, contact us for a sample.
Choose Your Framing Bead
Choose Your Panel Raise Style
Solid wood panels may be comprised of multiple pieces of wood joined together to achieve the necessary width. Inverted panel IP115 is charged as raised panel plus the additional charge reflected above in the option menus. Doors 45" tall and greater will have a center rail installed (RP120) to help prevent warpage (unless otherwise specified).
Panel Choices for Grooved Doors
You must select the Reverse G-Cove from the Panel Raise Menu
1½" spacing center to center
Groove width 1/4"
Groove depth 1/16"
1½" spacing center to center
Groove width 1/4"
Groove depth 1/8"
Optional Hand or Finger Pulls
Conestoga Wood Specialties warrants all manufactured products for one year from the date of shipment. Conestoga finishes carry a one year limited warranty against peeling, blistering or cracking but no warranty against discoloration. Conestoga assumes no responsibility for damages or poor color match when finish is applied by the customer.
Most wood species will naturally darken with age. Conestoga will not be held liable for the change in appearance of any product, finished or unfinished, due to this aging process.
Conestoga recommends that a finished sample door be purchased prior to ordering any finished job. We do not suggest ordering large or complex finished product based on a sample color swatch.
Read the Conestoga Finishing Program pdf file for important information about the finishing process.
Allowable tolerances for bow, warp or twist for single panel, multi-panel, frame only and mullion doors are as follows:
- Single panel up to 26" wide and 48" tall - 1/8"
- Multi-panel up to 26" wide and 48-1/16" to 64-15/16" tall = 1/4"
- Multi-panel up to 26" wide and 65" to 83-15/16" tall = 5/16"
- Single panel, single opening frame only and mullion doors over 26" wide and 48" tall will not be warranted (mullion lites not to be included in opening count)
- Any door exceeding 25-15/16" wide or 83-15/16" high will not be warranted.
Allowable tolerances for contraction, expansion and warpage for one and three piece products are:
- Up to 12" wide and 21-15/16" high - 1/8"
- 12-1/16" to 22" wide or 22" to 43-15/16" high - 1/4"
- Any one piece product exceeding 22" wide or 43-15/16" high will not be warranted
- All three piece products over 30" wide and 14" high are not warranted
QuikDrawers and Conestoga are not liable for damages caused by use in a hostile environment, improper handling or storage. This warranty does not cover any problems related to customer neglect including, but not limited to: storing of unfinished product over an extended time, customer unavailable when product delivered (i.e. left outside per customer instructions) and inadequate surface prep (including sanding). All shortages, incorrect sizes and damage due to shipping must be reported within 7 working days of shipment date.
When ordering unfinished, doors should be properly prepared prior to applying any finishing products. Be sure to read and understand the instructions provided by your finish manufacturer. You may need to perform additional sanding to prepare your products for finishing.
Cabinet doors are your way to reflect your personal vision on the look and feel of your kitchen. By selecting new cabinet doors for new construction or replacement cabinet doors for remodeling, you will find that your kitchen becomes your personal space in a whole new way. Your custom cabinet doors are available in a great selection of wood species which you will finish with your chosen stain, paint or finish.
If you need sample kitchen doors to try in your home, you may want to buy a full size door which can be used in your project, or you may order any size you prefer.
How to measure for your new cabinet doors
Determine if you have "frameless" or "face frame" style cabinets
Measuring for your new cabinet doors is as easy as measuring the height and width of your cabinet opening
- Gather materials (pencil, paper and measuring tape)
- Measure width of opening
- Measure height of opening
- If you are replacing doors and want the same size, just measure the old door.
- For single doors, you are finished
- Decide if you will be using hidden, or european style hinges
- Gather the width and height dimensions for all of your openings.
- If you are covering a single opening with two doors which meet in the middle, just add 1" to the overall width and divide by 2 and subtract 1/16" from each. Notate these as "butt" doors.
- Mark each door measurement as right or left door swing. This is determined as you look at the face of the door... is the hinge on the right or left?
- Fax or email your list to us and we will provide you with your quote.
Most face frame style cabinet doors are 1" larger than the opening that they cover. Thus, if you your opening is 15"w X 30 1/2"h, then the door will most likely be 16"w X 31 1/2"h. The compact hinges that we offer in 1/2" overlay will accomodate this size perfectly.