Technology Opens Door to Customization

Creating a custom interior door is eased with DoorCraft’s Gold Coast Series, which uses computerized router technology to quickly create door designs that extend as far as the consumer’s imagination.

October 01, 2002

 

Creating a custom interior door is eased with DoorCraft's Gold Coast Series, which uses computerized router technology to quickly create door designs that extend as far as the consumer's imagination.

"Any design a consumer can imagine, we can create," says Jim Hackett, director of marketing for Jeld-Wen's door group. "The design can literally be drawn on a cocktail napkin, brought into the dealer, and the design is signed off from there. We can provide options for any decor."

The series also offers 70 pre-designed choices. The doors come in primed or unprimed finishes and in heights of 6 feet, 8 inches; 7 feet; and 8 feet.

"These doors have a more elegant look than a molded door, yet are in a price category and have performance features that make them superior to a stile-and-rail product’s cost and performance," says Hackett. "Because this is a one-piece-face MDF [medium-density fiberboard] door, the panels won't shrink with temperature changes. It's very stable and still has the distinct look of a true stile-and-rail door."

To learn more about the Gold Coast Series or locate a DoorCraft dealer, call 800/877-9482 or visit www.doorcraftdoors.com.

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