Two doors greet you at the entrance to your home, so why not make them striking enough to make your guests stop and look? Solid oak doors can add warmth and elegance to any home, whether you have traditional architectural styles or more modern ones, but don’t just take our word for it. Here are three reasons why solid oak doors are a great investment that you won’t regret!
Durability and Quality
Solid oak doors are known to be very strong, which means they are less likely to warp and deteriorate over time. Since they come from sturdy trees, you can expect them to last a long time without warping or splitting—and they’ll be a welcome sight each time you walk into your home!
Our solid oak doors can be customized with a variety of hardware and stain options. When you choose to purchase new custom doors from our company, you can select from a variety of different hardware options that are available in our inventory. We also have an on-site woodworking shop where we do the woodworking that allows us to provide customers with custom styles and applications.
There are two types of finish options when it comes to wooden doors, staining, and painting. Staining is an option that works best with oak doors in particular because of their patterned grain. Paint can chip off easily over time, so a stained door will retain its look and feel for much longer.
Get Help From a Professional
It’s always smart to get a second (or third) opinion before making a major investment. If you need new oak doors, look into getting some help from an expert; someone who can consult with you on options and guide you through your selection process. Hiring a pro will help ensure you find doors that will match your needs and fit within your budget. You’ll save yourself time—and money—in the long run!
Solid Oak Door Benefits
One of the best features of solid oak doors is that it tends to improve with age. Unlike other products, such as plywood, which can be affected by water damage, mold, or fire and become useless, solid oak remains strong no matter what. If properly cared for (e.g., waxed), a door can last you a lifetime—or at least several decades.