Wood Types

Below are the standard wood types. If you are looking for a different type of wood, please contact us. Other wood types are available upon request.

Wood is a natural product. Actual colors and grainlines will vary from the pictures.


Pine Wood Screen Door California Sugar Pine

A softer, light weight wood that is suitable as long as it is protected from the weather and will not receive much exposure to rain or water. The 3/4" Thick Pine will have knots.
Doug Fir Wood Screen Door Mixed Grain Douglas Fir

A harder, heavier wood than pine and better suited for exposure to light/moderate weather. Variation in grainline, from tight (top) to flat (bottom).
Oak Wood Screen Door Eastern Red Oak

A beautiful hard, heavy wood. Does best when protected from the weather. Should not be used if it will receive a lot of exposure to rain or water.
Cedar Wood Screen Door Western Red Cedar

A very soft, light weight wood. An excellent wood for heavy exposure to the weather.Variation in grainline, from tight (top) to flat (bottom).

Mahogany Wood Screen Door

Mahogany

A beautiful hard, heavy wood. An excellent wood for heavy exposure to the weather. Stain grade.
Accoya

Accoya

Accoya is a wood that undergoes a proprietary, non-toxic acetylation process that permanently modifies the wood to the core, making it rot resistant and the best wood type for harsh weather exposure.
**PAINT GRADE ONLY** Not suitable for staining.