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Select Wood Species
- Paint Grade Maple
With MDF Center Panel
- Select Alder
- Knotty Alder
- Select Cherry
- Select Maple
- Red Oak
- Select Red Oak
- White Oak
- Knotty Pine
Order Select Grade to Reduce Mineral Streaks, Pockets and Color Variation
*IMPORTANT FACTS ABOUT PAINTED DOORS
- ALL PAINT GRADE DOORS WILL HAVE AN MDF CENTER PANEL
- WE ONLY OFFER PAINTED FINISHES ON PAINT GRADE
Read about why below...
It is important to be aware that real wood naturally expands and contracts in response to varying environmental conditions. On painted cabinetry this process can cause the joints to move slightly, which can cause a crack in the paint along the joint. This crack or open joint line is not considered a defect and is common in painted wood cabinet doors. Please note that the finish will still protect the surface and the joint is structurally sound. These issues are shared by every manufacturer of painted wood cabinet doors and are not unique.
With wood being a natural product, the expansion and contraction will vary from one cabinet to another. Some wood joints may not reveal any joint lines while others may be more obvious, this is a natural process and can vary in the same cabinet.
Joint lines can be caused by environmental changes such as temperature and humidity or can be caused by repeated impacts of everyday use.
Due to these facts we provide an MDF (medium density fiberboard) center panel on all our paint grade doors to help eliminate these issues where the frame meets the center panel. This is the area where these issues arise most frequently and tend to cause the most trouble.
Please note that all paints are susceptible to discoloration over time from various household practices such as cooking, grilling, fireplaces and even from candle smoke. Discoloration can also occur from prolonged light exposure to either natural or artificial light.
With proper care and normal everyday use, solid wood cabinet doors last for generations.