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Recent Customer Reviews

Your cabinet doors, and the finishing tips in your blog, made my kitchen remodel look GREAT. I recommend your doors to everyone. Kay H.

Hi, I have received my 1 door, and I feel like I received the same quality service and product as if it were 50 doors. I am very pleased with a beautiful door delivered as promised. Thanks, David H.

Although I haven't bought the cabinet doors for my kitchen remodeling project yet, I will be making my purchase from cabinetdoors.com. Your site, and especially your Blog, has more useful information than I've found anywhere else on the internet. The information you provide is exceptional and you have helped to give me the confidence to take-on this project. Nancie D.

We took your advice and ordered the smallest door in our kitchen to see your quality...which is absolutely great...Now we are ordering the rest of the kitchen and bath doors. Don & Barb B.

These cabinet doors are PERFECT! Super high quality and right-on size. Harry D.

So glad we remodeled our kitchen with your doors, instead of doors from the hardware chain. You saved us over 35%. The doors arrived in 12 days, (including 4 Fedex shipping days). The hardware chain quoted 28 days, and your quality is far better than their samples. Mark H.

These doors are EXCELLENT! In quality and workmanship and value. Very glad we found you. James L.

A friend put me onto your website and I can't thank her enough. You make an excellent product and I'm completely happy with everything about my purchase. Paula B.

I am very satisfied with these doors. The quality is GREAT!. Alex D.

Very nice cabinet doors, the color matching and the sizes are right-on. Paul L.

Your customer service is fantastic. Somehow you spotted an error I made on my order (I reversed width and height on one door) and called me to ask if the size was correct. Your attention to detail prevented me from ordering one of my doors wrong. Thank you so much. Bryan E.

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How to...Cabinet door topics

Click the links below for discussions on common Cabinet Door questions.

How to measure for new cabinet doors

How Mitered Cabinet Doors are machined

How to measure cabinet openings for new doors

How to recognize superior quality in a Cabinet Door

How changes in humidity affects wood products

The best and worst woods to paint

The main differences between Modular and Custom Cabinets

The differences between Red and White Oak

Red Oak grown in different regions is very different

The best woods for cabinet doors to be painted

How to choose between the options for Replacement Cabinet Doors

Six rules for painting replacement kitchen cabinet doors

How to order correctly sized kitchen cabinet doors and drawer fronts

How to order Shaker Cabinet Doors online

How to find and order quality replacement cabinet doors online

How to be sure you are ordering from a website you can trust

How to buy Top Quality Replacement Kitchen Cabinet Doors and save money

How to finish Paint-Grade Cabinet Doors and get a finish you can be proud of

How Replacement Kitchen Cabinet Doors are made

How to fix a stripped screw hole so cabinet doors can hang straight

How to complete inter-coat sanding steps when painting Cabinet Doors

How to match Cabinet Doors and Drawer Fronts

Here is what several Wood Species look like when finished with clear lacquer

What you need to know about replacement cabinet doors

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Wood Selection

Manufacturer of Unfinished Cabinet Doors
Truly Superior Unfinished Cabinet Doors, of the same exceptional quality we supply to
Custom Cabinet Makers and Home Builders in all 50 States...shipped in 7-10 days!
Even the shipping cost is calculated BEFORE YOU ENTER YOUR CREDIT CARD
Most of our door Styles start at under $10 per door!
All orders over $1,000 will ship anywhere in the Continental U.S. for just $5.00! (And that $5 includes ALL packaging, handling, & shipping costs)

For more Cope and Stick Door styles click here
Click here for even more Mitered Door styles
Click here for over 60 styles of Drawer Fronts


Manufacturing for the Cabinet Industry for over 35 Years

The Door Stop started making kitchen cabinet doors in 1980. At that time we only offered 4 styles and those were only available in Red Oak. Back then the majority of Cabinet Shops made their own doors and, because we only offered 4 door styles, we mostly supplied the replacement door market. In 1996 we registered the domain name CabinetDoors.Com and became the first manufacturer to launch a web site offering custom doors direct from the manufacturer to Home-Owners and Remodelers. Today we offer several hundred styles of doors and drawer fronts and ship to all 50 states. So for your cabinet door needs, CabinetDoors.Com is the leader in the industry supplying doors on the web longer than any other door supplier. We actually make the products for many of the other internet websites. We have become the leading supplier to the refacing industry across the country.

Over the next 34 years we invested in ever more modern manufacturing machinery that allow us to produce doors with tolerances that were unachievable a few years earlier. This new computerized manufacturing machinery allowed us to produce doors with sizes so exact that cabinet makers, with their tape measures, considered nearly perfect.

Our components are all cut with computerized machinery to tolerances measured in the thousandths of an inch and our doors, when completed, are guaranteed accurate to within 1/64 inch, or about 15-thousandths of an inch.

Because cabinet makers realized that offering this level of sizing accuracy would increase their business, more and more custom cabinet shops started buying their doors instead of making the doors themselves. This increased volume from the cabinet shops allowed us to actually increase our investment in automated machinery. The result has been our ability to manufacture doors with sizing accuracy that no cabinet maker can consistently produce. We were also able to introduce new door designs, and today we offer hundreds of different door styles in every domestic wood type available. In fact, considering all the optional door styles, wood types, panel designs, stile details, outside edges, cope & stick and mitered, arched and square, etc...the possible door permutations come to millions of possible different designs, and greatly increased the number of styles that could be offered.

This possibility of offering so many designs has convinced the vast majority of custom cabinet shops to buy their doors instead of making their own, and the most kitchen refacing shops are now buying the doors used in their refacing projects. Inset panel doors are now almost totally outsourced to dedicated manufacturing factories. Outsourcing the doors also frees up labor for other tasks and avoids the increasing cost of machinery needed to produce the product. Over the last decade, as door machinery has become computerized, machinery costs have increased dramatically. With the costs of producing superior quality doors in volume exceeding several million dollars, it no longer makes economic or business sense for a cabinet maker to even consider making his own doors.

CabinetDoors.Com is constantly adding new equipment and this year is no exception. Two new triple-head widebelt sanders have been added along with computerized coping machinery and computerized mitering equipment. We are also adding new Mitered Door sanding capability. Our investment in our factory and equipment exceeds ten-million dollars and is growing every year. This massive equipment expense pays for itself because we don't just supply one cabinet maker, we spread this expense over several hundred cabinet shops so our equipment expense per door (or per cabinet shop) is actually far less that that of any cabinet maker making doors only for his own use.

We believe that it requires the very best modern manufacturing machinery to consistently produce a superior product at serious volumes and our commitment is to continue to grow and invest into the future.

Cope and Stick Cabinet Doors

Today's most popular doors can be grouped into two major categories, and dozens of sub-categories. These two major categories are Cope & Stick and Mitered.

Cope & Stick doors can be recognized by the design of the doors frame. The Stiles (the left and right--vertical-- pieces of the frame) extend from the door's bottom to the top. The Rails (the horizontal pieces of the frame) extend from left to right and connect into the stiles.

Possibly the most recognizable Cope & Stick door is the Shaker Door. The Shakers had a design philosophy that still holds true today.

“Don’t make something unless it is both necessary and useful; but if it is both necessary and useful, don’t hesitate to make it beautiful.”

Following that philosophy, Shaker Doors consist of a simple square frame with an inset panel. The door has no inside or outside profile on the frame pieces and no grooves or profiling on the panel. A very simple, yet functional design that still lives on today.

Most popular Cope & Stick doors today go well beyond the simple Shaker style. Today's Cope & Stick doors can be built with any one of several hundred possible details on the inside and outside of the frame. They can have Inset Panels, be Glass Frames without panels, or have Raised Panels with dozens of Panel Profiles to select from.

Cope & Stick doors, sometimes referred to as traditional doors and 5-piece drawer fronts, can be manufactured in almost any wood type. CabinetDoors.Com offers a selection of dozens of woods certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) as being sustainably harvested.

Today's market consumes slightly more Cope & Stick doors than Mitered Doors, but the Mitered doors have been steadily gaining market share in the United States.

Mitered Cabinet Doors

Today the possibilities in mitered doors is much greater than the Cope & Stick lines. The reason being that while we offer several dozen Cope & Stick Stile-cuts, we offer 86 Mitered Stile-cuts. When multiplying the 86 Stile Cuts with the different wood types, the list of Panel Cuts, and the Possible outside edges, you have over three-million possible Mitered Door design combinations.

This huge number of door design possibilities is one reason for the growth in the popularity of number of Mitered doors for sale.

Another reason for the growing popularity of Mitered Doors is the evolution in equipment used to machine the miter joint. Our machinery uses computer control to cut an exact 45-degree miter then actually machine the hidden mortise and tenon into the stiles and rails. This method produces a perfect miter with the tightest miter joint in the industry. The machined mortise and tenon eliminates the need for biscuits or dowels and provides a much larger surface area to produce a glue joint which is far stronger than other joining methods.

Our Mitered doors are available in all sustainably harvested Domestic woods and will be produced in under 10 days.

Over the past 10 years, we have manufactured and shipped several million doors into all 50 states, Canada, Mexico, and 17 other countries.

 

Click the links below for discussions on common issues and questions on subjects involving doors and woodworking in general.

 

  • This is the Wikipedia site on the history of cabinets and cabinet doors. Excellent!

  • The Complete Site Map of CabinetDoors.Com

  • The CabinetDoors.Com Blog (Tons of info on finding, buying, measuring, finishing, and hanging cabinet doors)

  • Contact Us

  • Customer Reviews

  • FAQ

  • How to Order

  • Wood Species

  • Glossary of Woodworking Terms

  • How to Measure Cabinet Openings for new doors

  • Humidity effects on wood products

  • Modular Vs Custom Cabinets: What are the differences?

  • The differences between regions of Red Oak

  • Here are the best woods to use when painting new doors

  • How to remove water stains from wood furniture

  • Find out why moisture content in wood products is important to dependability 

  • Humidity effects on wood products

  • Modular Vs Custom Cabinets: What are the differences?

  • The differences between regions of Red Oak

  • Here are the best woods to use when painting doors

  • Find out why moisture content in wood products is important to dependability 

  • Replacement doors: How to Choose between the options.

  • How to order matching doors and drawer fronts

  • How to order correctly sized doors and drawer fronts

  • How to sort through the various choices of replacement doors

  • how to complete inter coat sanding steps when painting doors and other wood products

  • The six rules for painting raw-wood doors

  • How to order Shaker doors online

  • How to buy new doors online

  • How to find top quality replacement Doors

  • How to measure for new or replacement doors

  • How to confirm you are on a website you can trust

  • How New Doors are actually made

  • How to fix a stripped screw-hole so doors can hang straight

  • How to buy replacement doors and save money

  • Paint-Grade Doors. Which woods paint best and which woods to avoid?

  • How to order doors of the correct sizes for your cabinets

  • How to locate online sources for doors

  • How to finish paint-grade doors and get a finish you can be proud of

  • What you need to know about replacement cabinet doors

  • Order Factory-Direct and save 40%!
  • The complete PDF of our Panel Cuts

  • The complete PDF of our Stile Cuts

  • The complete PDF of our Outside Edges

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