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<b>200-400 Series WOOD <u>DOOR</u> Sample</b><br><font size=1>(coupon code "sampledoor")</font size>

200-400 Series WOOD DOOR Sample
(coupon code "sampledoor")

You can have ANY 200 or 400 Series WOOD door made to YOUR style specifications, shipped in approx. 10 business days for only $25.00!
The Doors are 11 1/2" W x 13" H.
After inspecting the door or doors, we'll even Buy them back for $20.00 each if you place an order for those Doors with us! Sorry, NO Returns if you buy elsewhere!
You can return up to THREE doors (in very good, wrapped condition) in a USPS Priority Mail Flat Rate Box, which will cost about $13.00 to ship.
You can then rest assured that your Larger order will be exactly what you want!
NOTE: Enter "sampledoor" in the Gray COUPON CODE BOX (above the BBB symbol) and press 'Enter Code' button to remove the Boxing fee!

NOTE!!
DO NOT USE THIS "sampledoor" COUPON CODE if you are NOT SPECIFICALLY ORDERING THIS "sampledoor", OR if you are ALSO purchasing ANY additional products that is NOT a "sampledoor"!

This discount is meant to save the shipping and boxing fee for customers that are ordering ONLY a "sampledoor" sample, and nothing else!

NOTE!! The discount you recieved by using this "sampledoor" COUPON CODE on any order for which this coupon code was never intended to be used will be revoked and charged back to your credit card.



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Available Options

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Style The Style is the basic SHAPE of the Door.
Wood / Finish
Frame Profile Frame Profile
Edge Profile
Panel Profile The panel profile is the shape of the edge of the inner panel. The edge profile is the shape of the outer edge of the door. See the line drawing below for the area we are referring to.
Wood Quality Click on either the STANDARD or SELECTphoto below.
Accent Glaze PLEASE READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW BEFORE CLICKING ON YOUR CHOICE


Wood Quality

Click on either the STANDARD or SELECTphoto below.


<b>Standard Red Oak</b>
Standard Red Oak


OUR MOST POPULAR
Best Suited for Stained Finishes, OR if you Simply Prefer the Natural Range of Colors with Real Wood. Click the "More Info" Icon above for a Complete Explanation on "Standard" vs. "Select".


<b>Select Red Oak</b>
Select Red Oak


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Wood is HAND PICKED for the LEAST Color and Grain Variation. Perfect for "Natural" or Whitewash-type Finishes. You Won't ever Regret spending a Bit more to get the Very Best.Click the "More Info" Icon above for a Complete Explanation on "Standard" vs. "Select".


<b>Standard Maple</b>
Standard Maple


OUR MOST POPULAR
Best Suited for Stained Finishes, OR if you Simply Prefer the Natural Range of Colors with Real Wood. Click the "More Details" Icon below for a Complete Explanation on "Standard" vs. "Select".


<b>Select Maple</b>
Select Maple


OUR VERY BEST
Wood is HAND PICKED for the LEAST Color and Grain Variation. Perfect for "Natural" or Whitewash-type Finishes. You Won't ever Regret spending a Bit more to get the Very Best.


<b>Standard Cherry</b>
Standard Cherry


OUR MOST POPULAR
Best Suited for DARKER Stained Finishes, OR if you simply prefer to see the Natural Range of the deep Pink 'Heartwood' along with some much lighter 'Sapwood' that is common in Cherry. Click he "More Details" Icon below for a Complete Explanation on "Standard" vs. "Select".


<b>Select Cherry</b>
Select Cherry


OUR VERY BEST
Wood is HAND PICKED for the LEAST Color and Grain Variation. Best choice for "Natural" or Light Stain Finishes. The light 'Sapwood' is kept to a very minimum in non-machined areas.
You Won't ever Regret spending a Bit more to get the Very Best.


<b>Standard Hickory</b>
Standard Hickory


OUR MOST POPULAR
Best Suited for Stained Finishes, OR if you Simply Prefer the Natural Range of Colors with Real Wood. Click the "More Details" Icon below for a Complete Explanation on "Standard" vs. "Select".


<b>Paint Grade Hardwood with<br>MDF Raised Panel</b>
Paint Grade Hardwood with
MDF Raised Panel



Frame is made of a Combination of Hardwoods (Birch, Maple, Poplar, Cherry) that are very smooth, but may have odd coloration.
Most Professionals PREFER the MDF center panel. Because it is one solid piece, it DOES NOT expand and contract (causing hairline cracks in the paint) like real wood does. It costs less, too!
NOTE!! This is the ONLY choice we offer as the base for the "Antique White" finish, because it is the best suited choice for that finish


<b>Paint Grade with<br>MDF Flat Panel</b>
Paint Grade with
MDF Flat Panel



Same price for Plywood or MDF Panel
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