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If the standard doors are in stock, you can simply add them to your cart and proceed with the purchase. However, if you need a Custom door, please take a moment to carefully read the following information.

Step 1: Measure the Rough Opening

Accurate measurements of the rough opening are crucial. Measure the height and width at the top, middle, and bottom of the opening, using the smallest measurements for both dimensions. Precision in measuring ensures a proper fit for your custom door.


Determine the Door Dimensions

Using the measurements of the rough opening, calculate the dimensions of the door. For example, if the rough opening is 80 inches high and 30 inches wide, you will need a door that is 78.5 inches high and 29.5 inches wide to allow for necessary clearance.

Step 2: Choose Between Slab or Pre-hung Door

If you opt for a pre-hung door, accurately measure the wall thickness. The door jamb must cover the thickness of the wall, so select the correct size accordingly. The most common sizes for 2x4 framing are 4-5/8", and for 2x6 framing, it is 6-5/8". Confirm if you require casing as well.

Step 3: Select the Door Style

Explore our wide range of door styles, including panel doors, glass doors, and carved doors. Choose the style that aligns with your aesthetic preferences and functional needs.

Step 4: Choose the Wood Species

Select the type of wood you desire for your custom door. We offer a variety of options, such as mahogany, oak, and knotty alder, etc. known for their durability and natural beauty.

Step 5: Choose the Finish or Unfinished Option

Personalize your door's appearance by selecting from a range of finishes, including stains, paint, or a natural look. Please provide a paint sample for your order.

Step 6: Determine Handing and Swing

Determining the handing and swing of your new door is essential. We provide a diagram to help you identify the required handing and understand the difference between in swing and out swing. Please specify the size of the hinge and knob hole, as well as any desired hardware and lock components.


Step 7: Review Your Order

Carefully review your custom door order to ensure that all specifications are accurate and meet your expectations.

Step 8: Make Payment and Place the Order

Once you are satisfied with your order, proceed to make the payment and finalize your purchase. We will begin drawing after receiving the payment, with an estimated drawing time of approximately 2-4 days.

Step 9: Confirm CAD Drawings

We will provide CAD drawings for your review and confirmation before starting production. Based on the production schedule at that time, the typical delivery time is around 8-10 weeks.

Step 10: Shipping

We will arrange the delivery of your custom door to the designated destination, such as your home address, port, or warehouse. Freight charges will be quoted in advance, and we will provide you with an estimated delivery time.

By following these easy steps, you can confidently order a custom door that perfectly fits your needs and preferences.