Wood Doors; The Strong, Silent Type

Doors, especially Entry Doors, are the arguably the one element of the exterior of the home that can allow you to express yourself and separate your house from others in the neighborhood or others period.

Home designs and trends come and go but one thing that remains a constant in both the home building industry as well as remodeling, is that the beauty and distinction of real wood doors is unmatched.

Fiberglass Doors have come a long way and hold a few advantages over real wood doors, but a custom, handcrafted wooden door out of Mahogany or Knotty Alder (pictured above) is tough to beat. Want to make a real statement about your home without being flashy, wooden entry doors make a strong impression that is sure to be remembered.


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"We had Heckard's Door retro fit our entry with real wood doors that were custom made and it is by far the best thing that we could have done for our home", said Bill and Linda C of Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. "When people walk up they always stare at the doors and admire the craftsmanship and ask about them. The doors are knotty alder with beveled glass and they are much different than we had before. We love them"

Doors serve as both the entrance to our homes and entrance to our lives. They open our eyes to the world each and everyday and help us to sleep good as they help to keep us safe at night. Contemporary Doors, Classic Doors, Rustic or Estate Doors, they give you the opportunity to express your individuality all without saying a word.

Heckard's Doors wooden doors are hand-crafted to the highest standards using the oldest methods combined with the newest innovations. Engineered stiles and rails are sturdier and have lag bolts that drive though and hold the stiles and rails together to ensure that the doors do not slip, sag or warp. The strength and durability of the doors are second to none in the industry.

In addition to Mahogany and Knotty Alder Doors, you can choose from quality wood species such as Cypress, Douglas Fir, Maple, Radiatta Pine, Cherry, Red or White Oak and Hemlock. You can also combined glass options and panels to achieve nearly any type of look that you can imagine.

Customers have sent us pictures from Pinterest and Houzz and asked if we could duplicate them and many times we can and have.

"We found a door on Pinterest that we loved that we just knew that we would never be able to actually get, "said Pat of Atlanta, Georgia. "But I was looking online and found Heckard's Door and contacted them about it. We sent the picture, they made us a shop drawing and put it into production and made just what we wanted. We love it and love to show it off."


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