American maple hardwood has a close grain pattern and sometimes has a highly figured birds eye or burl grain. Color can vary from creamy white to light brown.

Throughout most of North America, with commercial species in the eastern United States and Canada and the western coast of the United States (bigleaf maple). Maple lumber comes principally from the Middle Atlantic and Lake States, which together account for about two-thirds of the production. The wood of sugar maple and black maple is known as hard maple. Maples grow to heights of 120 ft (36 m), with a diameter of 3 ft (1 m). Forest grown trees may have a clear bole of 60 ft (18 m). Moderately resistant to penetration with preservatives.

Species Botanical Name: Acer Saccharinum



Styles and Sizes

Maple 6 Panel Doors
Part # M-10-01
Door Widths Available: 1'4", 1'6", 1'8", 1'10", 2'0", 2'4", 2'6", 2'8", 2'10" and 3'0".

Maple Bi-Fold 6 Panel
Part # M-10-08
Door Widths Available: 2'0", 2'6" and 3'0".

Maple French 10 Lite
Part # M-20-01
Door Widths Available: 2'0".

Maple French 15 Lite
Part # M-20-03
Door Widths Available: 2'6", 2'8" and 3'0".

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Wood Species

We currently offer solid construction wood doors in the following wood species.

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Red Oak
White Birch
Knotty Alder
MDF Primed