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Phone: (289) 562 0023

Design your personalized kitchen cabinet doors with 28+ interior profiles, 10 exterior profiles, and over 150 colours! Click on Build a Door to order your cabinet doors online today.

 

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Useful Information


How To Order

 
Most companies use a numbered system that delineates one door without allowing the user to alter his or her design systems. To address this, The Door Maker uses a unique method of identifying our doors.

 

Stiles and Rails – All stiles and rails can be either altered to reflect the customer's taste in a group or as individually adjusted to match any current door system. Bear in mind that the stile provides material for the hinge holes to be drilled into, thereby reducing the amount of stile that can be removed.

 

A typical design number for one of our products would look like this: 2008/I/05, as stated in the illustration below. This number or code allows TDM and our contractors to alter each door design in three different geometries, and in one colour selection. 
 

HOW TO ORDER

Door Styles:

2001  – Flat slab door.
2002 – Square profile, raised panel.
2003 – Arched top square bottom, arches have shoulders and a raised panel.
2004 – Arched top square bottom, arches do not have shoulders and a raised panel.
2005 – Arched top and bottom both with shoulders and a raised panel.
2006 – Arched top and bottom no shoulders and a raised panel.
2007 – Rounded top square bottom and a raised panel.
2008 – Square receded profile with insert, can have continuous v-groove running alongside the stiles. Inserts can include flat, bead, or v-groove wavy insert panels.
 
Panel Profile:

A  – Flat slab panel.
B – Raised panel, shallow 2 step groove, round corners. (temporarily unavailable)
C – Raised panel, deep 3 step u-shaped rounded groove, round corners.
D – Raised panel, shallow 2 step v-shaped groove, square corners.
E – Raised panel, deep 2 step medium u-shaped groove, square corners.
F – Raised panel, shallow 3 step v-shaped groove, square corners.
G – Raised panel, deep 3 step u-shaped groove, square corners.
H – Raised panel, deep 2 step u-shaped groove very wide, square corners.
I – Recessed panel, square corners inserted panels with beadboard, v-groove or flat.
J – Recessed panel, same as I with v-groove on inside edges of styles running length of the door.
K – Recessed panel, shallow 2 step u-shaped groove round bottom, and round corners.
Puritian – Flat panel with grooves running along the length of the door.
Vermont Shaker – Recessed panel with square corners and a 45-degree bevel.
Manhattan Door – Raised panel with a shallow 2 step v-shaped groove, square corners, and a 45-degree slant.
Manhattan Shaker – Recessed panel with a shallow 2 step v-shaped groove, square corners, and a 45-degree slant.
Pillow – Flat panel with a soft edge that has a 30-degree slope.
Slanted – Flat panel with a sharp edge with a 30-degree angle.
Victorian Door – Raised panel with a distinctive exterior profile. 
(temporarily unavailable)
Victorian Shaker – Recessed panel with a distinctive exterior profile. (temporarily unavailable)
Executive Door –Raised panel with a wide rail and a very heavy edge detail.
Executive Shaker – Recessed panel with a wide rail and a very heavy edge detail.
Verona Shaker – Bead detail on both the inside and outside panel.
Nouveau Shaker – Recessed panel with a 45-degree slope.
Skinny Shaker – Flat panel with a raised bead.
Two-Stepped Shaker – Recessed panel with a ¼” step and round corners.
Henley Shaker 
– Narrow rail with a wide recessed inner rail.
Cambridge Shaker – Regular shaker rail with a narrow recessed inner rail that has round corners.
Oxford Shaker – Regular shaker rail with a narrow recessed inner rail that has square corners.

 

Edge Profile:

01 – One step rounded.
02 – One step bevelled.
03 –  Two-step gradual slope.
04 – 1/8 round over.
05 – 45 degree cut off.
06 –  One step gradual slope.
07 – Square edge.
08 – Sharp edge with a 30-degree angle.
09 – Soft edge with a 30-degree slope.
10 – Heavy decorative edge that is very wide.
11 – Raised bead.

 

DISCLAIMER:
Due to the nature of MDF (Medium-Density Fibre), once cut, the profiles of all doors will show a slight roughness as a result of exposing the fibrous material. This is especially evident when pressed with certain PVC colours. TDM takes great care in sanding and preparing doors that will not have an insert applied. The edges of some doors will show a roughness regardless of the amount of sanding.

 

HOW TO MEASURE A CABINET DOOR:
To ensure that you have the correct measurements for your doors, please refer to our instructional manual:
How to Measure a Cabinet Door.

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