We pride ourselves in guaranteeing that our customers receive high quality materials when you order with us. Check out some of the woods we work with and find what's right for you!



African Mahogany

African mahogany is a fantastic material for garage doors.  Mahogany is a tough and long-lasting wood. For a long time, it has been the industry standard in exterior doors. Both insects and wood rot are not a problem for mahogany doors. You may expect your mahogany doors to last several generations when you maintain them properly.


This magnificent reddish-brown hardwood, which originated in Western Africa, has become one of the most preferred wood species for external doors. Sapele mahogany's medium texture, moderate gloss, and resistance to decay make it an excellent choice for homeowners seeking a long-lasting custom door with a natural appearance.

Red Grandis

This South American exotic hardwood is sturdy and pest resistant, with hardness, density, and grain texture akin to Mahogany and Cherry. Sapele, Cherry, and hard Maple all have equal durability and dimension stability. 
Resistant to decay. The bare wood has a light to medium pink color. Exterior finish products such as doors, gates, and windows are suitable. Mahogany's cousin, although at a lower cost.

Western Red Cedar

Western Red Cedar is one of the most often used cedars and the species most commonly used in garage door construction due to its superior conductivity, durability, acoustic qualities, density, and flame spreading ratio, which means it is fire resistant.

WRC Wire Brushed

While most wood garage doors are smooth, they can be wire brushed for a less polished texture and appearance. 

WRC Resawn

It hasn't been planed or altered in any way since it was cut. Re-sawn or bandsaw rough is a term used to describe this type of wood. Rough isn't the grade; it's just the surface. In truth, rough is frequently utilized because it has a great appearance for a prominent part, especially when stained, due to the increased grain of the wood.


MDO (Medium-density overlay) plywood is an all-purpose, specialty plywood that can be used for a large variety of projects and applications. It is built for exterior use but can also be used anywhere regular plywood is used. It can often be confused with MDF (medium-density fiberboard), and though the two plywoods are similar, they are not the same. MDO is much more versatile, cuts better, and is generally a higher quality than MDF. MDO is better for outdoor use and any indoor use that risks exposure to moisture (floors, walls, cabinets, etc.). 
Marine Mahogany

Despite its low specific weight, it has exceptional durability and mechanical resistance. Extreme working circumstances are not a problem for this product (excellent durability in environments with a high level of humidity, also saline). ‎