Rogue Valley Custom Wood Doors
Rogue Valley manufactures only fine wood doors for both interior and exterior applications. Buyers of Rogue Valley doors are free to select from one of hundreds of standard options (generally made from Douglas Fir or Ponderosa Pine) or they can design a custom door to be made from any wood species. Rogue Valley takes pride in its quality construction practices, such as using thicker 1/16-inch veneer rather than the standard 1/50 of an inch veneer on most imported doors.
About Rogue Valley Doors
Rogue Valley offers interior doors as well as exterior doors in a number of different configurations. The company divides its exterior offerings, by aesthetic characteristics, into Traditional, Decorative, Rustic, Cielo, and Creative categories. Interior options are not categorized, but come in 52 standard options that can be customized.
Exterior doors from Rogue Valley can be made of veneer over stiles and rails or from solid wood. Semi-custom wood options include Alder, Ash, Birch, Cherry, Fir, Hemlock, Hickory, Pine, Mahogany, Maple, Poplar, Red Oak, and Walnut. The company also offers an array of specialized woods for customization and will work with exotic hardwoods, like Jatoba, if a design requires. All exterior doors come with a one-year limited warranty.
Interior doors from Rogue Valley can be made of Sustainable Designed Fiberboard (SDF) or hardwood. Both standard and custom options are available and can feature a variety of glass and divided light options. Rogue Valley also offers options for wood and glass etching to personalize doors. Interior doors are protected by a 10-year limited warranty unless fire-rated, in which case they are subject to a one-year warranty.
Rogue Valley Environmental Commitments
Rogue Valley is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council as promoting and enhancing well-managed forces through responsible material purchasing. Wood for doors from Rogue Valley is obtained only from sustainable forests. Rogue Valley also looks to minimize waste by using construction methods, like slicing rather than sawing, that reduce sawdust. Rogue Valley also supports endeavors by LEED, the American Forest and Paper Association, the Oregon Forest Resources Institute, the National Association of Home Builders, and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative.