2 Panel – Custom Recycled Lumber Doors

3 Panel – Custom Recycled Lumber Doors


Glass Doors – Custom Recycled Lumber Doors

the Shaker – Custom Recycled Lumber Doors

Gates – Custom Recycled Lumber Doors

Other – Custom Recycled Lumber Doors


Let Stott Builders help you with your questions about your new doors or entryway. INFO@STOTTBUILDERS.COM or 559-240-0650


  • Type of Installation?
  • New Construction
  • Replacement
  • New Door in Existing Jamb
  • Type of Entryway Unit?
  • Single Door
  • Door with One Sidelight
  • Door with Two Sidelights
  • Double Doors
  • Double Doors with Two Sidelights
  • Transom Above Unit
  • Style of Entryway?
  • Traditional
  • Contemporary
  • Rustic
  • Custom
  • Style of Recycled Lumber?
  • Cedar
  • Redwood
  • Douglas Fir
  • Other types of wood available
  • Jamb Width?
  • 4-9/16” for 2×4 construction
  • 6-9/16” for 2×4 construction
  • Custom Size
  • Door and Sidelight Style?
  • Which style of door or entryway do you like?
  • Open for Glass
  • Solid Door
  • Door Size?
  • Standard 36” x 80” or 36” x 96”
  • Custom Size
  • Door Trim Options?
  • Standard Trim
  • No Trim
  • Fluted Trim
  • Rosettes
  • Keystone
  • Ledge
  • Dentil Molding
  • Brick Molding 
  • Interior Trim
  • Sidelight Size?
  • Standard 12”, 14”, 16”, 18”
  • Custom Size
  • Transom Style and Size?
  • Rectangular
  • Elliptical
  • Radius
  • Eyebrow
  • Extended Leg Radius
  • What size would you like and how high are your ceilings?
  • Finishing?
  • Unfinished
  • Stained
  • Painted
  • Entryways with Stained or Beveled Glass
  • Is Privacy a Concern
  • Color or All Clear Glass
  • Light or Heavy Texture of Glass
  • Glass Design Ideas
  • Borders to Blend or Accent
  • Door Knobs and Hardware
  • Style of Door Knob
  • Lever or Knob on Inside
  • Mortise or Cylinder Lock
  • Single Cylinder Lock or Double Cylinder Lock
  • Standard Hinges or Matching Hinges
  • Doorbell and Door Knocker
  • Interior and Cabinet Door Knobs


Door Swing Guide for Pre Hung Doors

Door Swing


A Note about Recycled Lumber (from Crossroads)

Most reclaimed timber was originally sawn from old growth trees which were much larger, slower growing and had tighter growth rings than trees cut today. Compare the growth rings of reclaimed old growth with wood in your local lumber yard and you’ll usually see much finer grain in the recycled wood.

    The wood has been fastened in place in a structure usually from 40-120 years having air dried and seasoned to a stable condition. Thus when a building is deconstructed the posts, beams, joists, purlins and rafters usually maintain their straightness. If we do get a twisted timber we can saw it straight and square. Because the wood is seasoned, 99% of the re-sawn pieces stay straight.

    The look of aged and antiqued lumber and timbers has a warm and tasteful quality. From golden brown to light gray patinas, there’s something soothing in the old wood. Door Notes: With the exception of tight ringed vertical grain Douglas Fir it is rare for any two of our reclaimed doors to look exactly alike. We usually hand pick and grade our doors after they have been run to pattern. If you desire a particular look such as many or few nail holes, larger or smaller knots, or black oxidation marks, please call us and we will try to meet your needs.

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Doors Starting at $ 500 and up. Please call for pricing. Thanks, Harry Stott 559-240-0650