How Mitered Cabinet Doors are made

This video shows many of our replacement kitchen cabinet doors.

One of our computerized machines, shown at top-left, cuts the perfect 45-degree miter and routes the mortise and tenon for our invisible, industry-leading mitered door joining method.

At bottom-right we demonstrate the assembly of this joint and show how the invisible mortise and tenon produce the tightest and strongest mitered assembly method in the industry.

All mitered cabinet door manufactures will eventually be using this method but, as of January 2016, we are the only manufacturer offering mitered doors online with this level of manufacturing quality.

A few of the kitchen cabinet door styles we manufacture can be seen as these doors move past. Several stop and expand and those doors are mentioned by door name.

The first of these doors is the Woodhaven, at top-left. This cabinet door is shown in Red Oak.

Next is our Vermont door, shown in Select Alder.

The Vermont is followed by our Manhattan door, in Select Maple.

Next is our Camden, shown in Alder and finished with Minwax Stain.

Our Bellingham, shown in Maple is an applied Moulding cabinet door.

The Delaware cabinet door is shown in Alder.

This Ponderosa door is also shown in Alder, which is very similar to Cherry in appearance.

Next is our Sheffield cabinet door shown in Maple (sometimes called hard-rock maple).

Our Malibu door is of Hickory and some call the color variations in hickory “Calico Hickory”.

And this Danish kitchen cabinet door features the simple, uncluttered look of its sister door, the Cope & Stick Shaker door.

Each of our replacement kitchen cabinet doors in the Mitered styles are available in all woods and in any custom sizes above the minimums.

How replacement cabinet doors are made

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How replacement cabinet doors are made: Traditional Cope & Stick styles.

Replacement cabinet doors, like most kitchen cabinet doors, can be either Cope and Stick or Mitered in design.

Traditional replacement cabinet doors all used the Cope & Stick joining method. The machinery used to cut the detail in Cope and Stick doors is shown below and an example of the actual Cope & Stick joint is shown above.

We make hundreds of Traditional designs which include square cabinet doors as well as single arch, double arch, glass frames, and glass frames with mullions.

Every Cope and Stick cabinet door style is available in all wood types.

All of our Kitchen Cabinet Doors are shipped unfinished and are perfectly sanded and ready to receive the paint or stain of your choice.

Please visit our Blog at CabinetDoors.Com/Blog or our Youtube Channel for detailed information on measuring, selecting, ordering, and finishing new cabinet doors.

How replacement cabinet doors are made: Mitered styles.

Replacement cabinet doors, like most kitchen cabinet doors, can be either Cope and Stick or Mitered in design.

Mitered replacement cabinet doors all used a 45-degree joining method. The machinery used to cut the detail in Mitered doors is shown below and an example of the actual Mitered joint is shown above.

Mitered cabinet door design allows many more choices than the traditional Cope and Stick joining method, and we offer several hundred Mitered door designs which include square cabinet doors (with thousands of framing combinations), glass frames, and glass frames with mullions.

Every Mitered cabinet door style is available in all wood types.

All of our Kitchen Cabinet Doors are shipped unfinished and are perfectly sanded and ready to receive the paint or stain of your choice.

Please visit our Blog at CabinetDoors.Com/Blog or our Youtube Channel for detailed information on measuring, selecting, ordering, and finishing new cabinet doors.

The Door Stop’s website for high-volume and low-price doors lists the most popular cabinet doors online here.

Shaker Cabinet Doors

Shaker furniture is a distinctive style of furniture developed by the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing, commonly known as Shakers, a religious sect that had guiding principles of simplicity, utility and honesty. Their beliefs were reflected in the well-made furniture of minimalist designs. (Quoted from Wikipedia)

Shaker communities were largely self-sufficient: in their attempt to separate themselves from the outside world and to create a heaven-on-earth, members grew their own food, constructed their own buildings, and manufactured their own tools and household furnishings. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Shaker Furniture was made thoughtfully, with functional form and proportion, rather than using ornamentation. Simple and functional were their driving principles 200 years ago and, although the Shaker community disbanded in 1959, their style of simple design is still popular today.

At Cabinetdoors.com we have been manufacturing Shaker Cabinet Doors since 1980 and we have made millions of Shaker doors in those 36 years.

This screencast shows one process of locating the Shaker Cabinet Door through our Most Popular Cabinet Doors link.

This product page lists some facts about the Shaker like the minimum sizes, the finished thickness, and the width of the Stiles and Rails.

By clicking the Drop-down menu for Wood Types you can see the price per square foot of the Shaker in many different woods. Selecting one of those wood types will allow you to enter quantity and sizes and price the Shaker door in the size you entered.

After you have selected wood type and entered sizes, clicking Add-To-Cart will add that door to your shopping cart. The cart and it’s contents can be seen above the order box.

When you have finished adding all your doors to the cart, clicking Checkout completes your order.

Registering with the website gives us your delivery address so we can show you the total including all shipping charges.

That’s all there is to it. Your order will be manufactured in our Arizona factory and shipped to your home or business in 7-to-10 days.

Kitchen Cabinet Doors: How to choose replacements

Kitchen Cabinet Doors: How to choose replacements

Kitchen Cabinet Refacing by replacing existing cabinet doors with new doors has become a very popular alternative to buying and installing new cabinets.

Refacing kitchen cabinets with new doors will save over 50% off the cost of new cabinets, and can be done in less than half the time.

This video explains your choices in replacement cabinet doors, how to determine the cost of new doors, how to measure cabinet openings to order cabinet doors of the correct sizes, and how to order replacement cabinet doors online and factory-direct at 30% savings off the Big-Box stores.

We start exploring the cabinet door choices by visiting the CabinetDoors.Com website.
The various categories of cabinet doors can be browsed by expanding the Categories box at left.
Clicking the Cabinet Doors group expands to show other sub-categories. These can be further expanded by clicking.
Another way to explore the various groups is to click the category pictures in the center of the page.

Clicking the “Most Popular Doors” picture opens a page showing pictures of the most popular cabinet doors.
As an example, we’ll click the Delaware door picture.
By scrolling down to the Order Box, the Delaware door can be ordered in any wood and in any size and quantity. Once the size in entered the price is shown for that door.
Just fill in the information and continue adding doors to your cart.

When your order is complete click Checkout and follow the instructions to place your order.

If you have any questions about how to determine the correct sizes of your replacement cabinet doors please watch the titles “How to measure for new Cabinet Doors” in the upper-left column of the webpage.

You can be confident that you will receive the same superior quality cabinet doors we supply to custom cabinet makers and luxury home builders in all 50 states.

CabinetDoors.Com is the leading manufacturer of cabinet doors offering our products online, and with over 35 years in business and a Better Business Bureau rating of A+.

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Manufacturer of custom cabinet doors in hundreds of styles and 14 wood types.

We have been making unfinished cabinet doors since 1980.

We utilize modern computerized machinery and have made over 10 million cabinet doors for new homes in Canada, Mexico, and the United States.

We make both Mitered and Traditional Cope & Stick cabinet doors for new homes and re-modelers, as well as home-owners.

We make replacement cabinet doors in both arched and square designs and in over 300 different door styles.

Kitchen Cabinet Refacing with new cabinet doors

Kitchen Cabinet Refacing with new cabinet doors

Refacing kitchen cabinets with new cabinet doors has become a very popular alternative to buying and installing all-new cabinets.

Refacing usually saves over 50% off the cost of new cabinets, and can be done in less than half the time.

Your choices in replacement cabinet doors are covered in this video as well as how to determine the cost of new doors, how to measure cabinet openings to order cabinet doors of the correct sizes, and how to order replacement cabinet doors online.

You can explore the cabinet door choices on our website, CabinetDoors.Com.
The cabinet doors we manufacture can be browsed by expanding the Categories box at left.
Clicking the “Cabinet Doors” group expands the window to show other sub-categories. These can be expanded even further by clicking each subgroup.
Another way to explore the various groups is to click the category pictures in the center of the home page.

For instance clicking the “Most Popular Doors” picture opens a page showing pictures of all the doors in the most popular cabinet doors group.
As an example, we’ll click the Shaker Cabinet Door picture.
By scrolling down to the Order Box, the Shaker Cabinet Door can be ordered in any wood and in any size and quantity. Once the size in entered the price is shown for that door.
Just fill in the information and continue adding doors to your cart.

When your order is complete you can place the order by clicking Checkout and following the instructions.

Determining the correct sizes of your replacement cabinet doors is covered in the “How to measure for new Cabinet Doors” video located in the upper-left column of the webpage.

You will receive the same high-quality cabinet doors we supply to custom cabinet makers and luxury home builders in all 50 states.

CabinetDoors.Com manufacturers all our doors in Arizona, and is the leading manufacturer of cabinet doors offering our products online. We have been in business over 35 years in business and have a Better Business Bureau rating of A+.

Cabinet Doors for Cabinet Refacing

Refacing kitchen cabinets has become an accepted method of kitchen remodeling that can save the home-owner over 50% of the costs involved in replacing the cabinets.

In many cases the existing cabinet boxes are of higher quality than the boxes of new cabinets. Older cabinets were usually constructed with either solid wood or plywood, while almost all new cabinets are made of Medium Density Particleboard with a thin veneer.

In the case of kitchens with older existing cabinet boxes in good condition, refacing the existing cabinet faces with refacing veneer and replacing the old cabinet doors with new replacement cabinet doors will save significant time and significant expense.
Also Refacing with new kitchen cabinet doors won’t disrupt your kitchen nearly as link as replacing all the cabinets will.

After you make the decision to reface your cabinets, it’s time to select the design of your new cabinet doors.

CabinetDoors.Com is the leading manufacturer of replacement cabinet doors available online and factory-direct to the home-owner or Refacing Professional.

This video will give you a quick walk through our website and the process of selecting and ordering your new cabinet doors.

The pictures of cabinet door groups on this page are links that will open pages showing pictures of the doors in each of those categories.
To demonstrate choosing a door from one of our categories, we’ll click on the “Most Popular Cabinet Door” link.

This opens a page with pictures of each door in the Most Popular group.
We’ll scroll down and click on the picture of the Shaker Door.

Now the Shaker door product page opens with a larger picture and some information about this door.
Scrolling down shows the “Order Box”.
This is where you select Wood Type from the drop-down menu. Notice that the price per square foot (for the Shaker door) is shown to the right of each wood type.

After selecting the wood type you can enter the quantity, width, and height for your first door. The price for that door will be shown. To add each door to your shopping cart, simply click on the Add-To-Cart button.

The contents of your cart is updated with each new door and displayed just above the Order Box and also in the left column.

When your order is complete, click the checkout button and follow the instructions.

Your order will start production within a few hours and be shipped in 7-10 working days to your home or business.

Visit our Low Price website for cheap Unfinished Cabinet Doors.

Refacing Cabinets with new cabinet doors

Refacing Cabinets with new cabinet doors

Over the past decade the option of refacing kitchen cabinets has become much more popular.
Refacing cabinets typically saves the home owner over 50% of the cost of new cabinets and can be finished in half the time.

Because of these reasons refacing kitchen cabinets has become a very popular alternative to buying and installing all-new cabinets.

Your choices in replacement cabinet doors are covered in this video as well as how to measure cabinet openings to insure your new cabinet doors will be the correct sizes. We’ll also show how to determine the cost of new doors, and how to place your order for the replacement cabinet doors online.

You can explore the cabinet door choices on our website, CabinetDoors.Com.
The cabinet doors we manufacture can be seen by expanding the Categories box at left.
Clicking the “Cabinet Doors” group inside the categories box expands the window to show other sub-categories. These can be further expanded by clicking each subgroup.
An additional method of exploring the various groups is to click the category pictures in the center of the home page.

For example, clicking the “Most Popular Doors” picture opens a page showing pictures of all the doors in the most popular cabinet doors group.
We’ll then click on the Patriot Cabinet Door picture.
By scrolling down to the Order Box, the Patriot Cabinet Door can be ordered in any wood and in any size and quantity. Once the size is entered the price is shown for that door.
Simply fill in the wood, quantity, and sizing information and click Add to Cart. Continue adding doors to your cart until your order is complete/

When you’re finished you can place the order by clicking Checkout and following the instructions.

Determining the correct sizes of your replacement cabinet doors by measuring the cabinet openings is covered in the “How to measure for new Cabinet Doors” video located in the upper-left column of the webpage.

When you order from CabinetDoors.Com, you will receive the same high-quality cabinet doors we supply to custom cabinet makers and luxury home builders in all 50 states. Since starting our business in 1980, we have manufactured and shipped millions of cabinet doors into all 50 states as well as many foreign countries.

CabinetDoors.Com manufacturers all our doors in Arizona, and is the leading manufacturer of cabinet doors offering our products online. We have been in business over 35 years and have a Better Business Bureau rating of A+.