Nestled in the Heart of Pennsylvania Amish Country, we maintain a strong work ethic and the desire to supply each customer with high quality doors. Whether you are renovating an existing building or looking to build a new building; we specialize in designing and fabricating the door to meet your needs. Our craftsmen have more than 10 years of experience in fabricating quality doors.
Below are a list of different door styles we offer. If there is a door you have in mind but do not see it listed, ask us about it. We are happy to accomadate our clients needs!
REVIVE YOUR EXISTING BUILDING WITH AN AUTHENTIC HINGED BARN DOOR.
Bring historic character to a new building, a Spanish Cedar Carriage Door can enhance both the look of an existing building while at the same time maintaining the functionality of the large door opening. Click on "Carriage Doors" to learn more.
Nothing can replace the attractive look of a wooden garage door. The size and design of the door panels are almost unlimited. Installed using heavy duty hardware with an option for electric operators, these doors can be operated as a typical garage door. Click on "Overhead Doors" to learn more.
These Mortise & Tenon Doors offer options for the type of glass as well as the style and design of the door panel below the glass. Each door panel is hand made using premium materials to ensure that our custom is receiving a quality wood door. Click on "Entry Doors" to learn more.
Sliding doors have been used for generations; it is truly a time tested door. We offer many material options as well as hardware.
Replacing your stall door can greatly change the look and feel of your barn. Choose the standard design complete with powder coated steel grille and pine cross buck below, or choose one our deluxe designs.
Custom sizes and panel designs are limited only by your imagination! These doors can be fabricated using a variety of wood species. It is our goal to create the door that will best meet the desire of each customer.
A hinged door is an interior or Exterior door hung by several hinges on one side to allow it to swing open and closed. Most hinged doors swing only in one directions and when closed, lie flush to the door jamb. However, some can swing both ways; making it easier to open and close.
By allowing a mixture of ventilation along with security, these doors have been a key component in many stall barns. These doors offer a wide variety of material options. You will also notice the option of splitting the door. Choose the standard top and bottom or create a more versatility by adding a left and right.