Here Are The Interior Door Brands We Partner With
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On the cusp of Wisconsin’s North Woods, Woodport Doors is located within one of the most densely populated manufacturing regions of the country. The woodworking trade has long been part of Wisconsin history and we’re proud to continue the craft.
Here at Woodport, we build quality custom doors. We pride ourselves on the skilled men and women that make our custom doors as beautiful as they are strong. Our wide selection is sure to have one right for you.
What’s more, our turnaround time is the fastest in the industry.
If you don’t see what you’re looking for in our standard offerings, you can always create a custom door of your own. We’ll work with you to make sure the door is sized just right and created to meet your design criteria.
Simpson has been making doors within the forests of Washington state since 1912. Generations of families have dedicated their lives to creating the finest doors in America. It’s a team effort requiring creativity, engineering, innovation and experience. So when you choose a Simpson door, you are not only getting a finely handcrafted piece for your home, you are getting a part of our home as well.
Simpson’s comprehensive line of interior and exterior stile and rail doors includes hundreds of standard options from panel to French to decorative entry doors with matching sidelights and transoms. Available in a variety of wood species, sizes and glass options, Simpson provides customers with the door they desire, whether it is a standard design or a one-of-a-kind custom door.
JELD-WEN was founded by Richard ”Dick” Wendt, an entrepreneur at heart, who learned the art of managing a manufacturing company under the tutelage of his father, Caradco executive Lester Wendt. In 1957, Iowa-based Caradco sent Dick to Oregon to help run the company’s millwork plant in Klamath Falls. Caradco decided to sell the plant at auction. Dick and four business partners, Larry Wetter, John Biehn, Gerry Wickersham, and Bill Taylor bought many of the assets on October 25, 1960 and named the new company JELD-WEN.
The name JELD-WEN had already been in use for a number of years by the Wendt family; in the 1930s Lester Wendt bought a small farm outside of Dubuque, Iowa, as a family retreat. After holding a family contest to name the farm, Dick’s cousin Jeanette Coughlin thought of the name JELD-WEN, an acronym for the names of Dick’s immediate family, and a shortened version of Wendt.
With just 15 employees, JELD-WEN quickly gained the reputation of producing a reliable product. After just two years, JELD-WEN became successful enough to begin acquiring new manufacturing facilities and expand its product offering.
In 1995 we saw a need in the marketplace to transform and innovate the interior door both in material options and the design impact it can have. Since then, TruStile has been changing the door industry with every stile, rail and panel we put through our production line by blending modern technology with old world craftsmanship.
Once you see the impact well-designed interior doors can have on a home, you’ll never look at doors the same way again.