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9/16/21       
Steve Member

Hi. I am a newer woodworker. I am building cabinet boxes and drawers for my kitchen upgrade. I'd like to purchase the cabinet doors online. Does anyone have a recommendation for a good cabinet door site? {Down the line I'd definitely like to build my own but given the timeframe I have, I'm going to purchase for this project.) Recommendations appreciated. --Steve

9/16/21       #2: Cabinet Doors Website ...
RichC

You might want to scroll down the posting and answer page and read the forum guidelines.
"WOODWEB is a professional industrial woodworking site. Hobbyist and homeowner woodworking questions are inappropriate."

9/16/21       #3: Cabinet Doors Website ...
pat s gilbert

Steve

Check around Decor was go to on the west coast but have gotten very expensive

I think Conestoga is the go to on the east coast

If you're on the west coast a lot of people go with Corona Millworks or Drees cabinet doors and bunch more

Rich if they are building cabinets for an income that qualifies as a professional IMO

9/17/21       #4: Cabinet Doors Website ...
Dennis Bean  Member

Website: http://www.saliceamerica.com

Hey Steve,

I would check out Walzcraft. They manufacture a full line of doors, drawers and other cabinet wood parts. Finished or unfinished. They are in Wisconsin but ship nationally. They are also a great bunch known for customer service. If you need a hardware source, I can help with that too.

Here is a link to their web page.

Dennis Bean
Salice America

Walzcraft Cabinet Doors

9/17/21       #5: Cabinet Doors Website ...
MIKE

YOU CAN TRY THIS 1 ALSO

https://arkansaswooddoors.com/

9/17/21       #6: Cabinet Doors Website ...
MIKE

HERE IS ANOTHER 1

https://taylorcraftdoor.com/

9/17/21       #7: Cabinet Doors Website ...
Steve Member

Thank you all for the responses appreciate it!

9/17/21       #8: Cabinet Doors Website ...
Adam B Member

Steve,

Look around your area, I am sure there are smaller/local shops that specialize in door manufacturing. Our woodworking shop is located in the NW suburbs of MPLS, MN and although we manufacture 95% of our doors, there are 3 shops within 20 miles of us that focus solely on door production. We have used these companies for specialty doors and also when we are busy and we could use some help.

9/17/21       #9: Cabinet Doors Website ...
Steve Member

Thank you for the great advice. I appreciate it.

9/17/21       #10: Cabinet Doors Website ...
Josh Koschak

Adam B,

Thank you for stating what I am sure all others think as well.

We build most doors in house, but have ordered occasionally from Walzcraft for specialty items that have not made sense to build ourselves. Top notch quality and customer service!

9/17/21       #11: Cabinet Doors Website ...
RichC

You'll have to have a business name and tax number for many of those businesses mentioned. They don't want to deal with a one time sale to home owners. Most big box stores have an order process to get custom doors.

9/19/21       #12: Cabinet Doors Website ...
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