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The Benefits of Creating Your Own Custom Doors

For many people, the in-stock designs and options in wood doors at Nick’s Building Supply for the interior and exterior of the home are perfect. Our clients make their selection from our over 1 million in-stock doors, and they are incredibly happy with their purchase and the way the door looks on their home.

For some of our customers, our standard in-stock doors give them inspiration or perhaps ideas, for a door that they want for their home but that has yet to be designed. These people typically decide to work with our in-house design team to create custom doors for their home or commercial property.

The process of designing your own door is not as challenging as it may seem. All you need to do is provide the design elements or the idea, and our team of artists and engineers will develop a draft of the door. You can then modify the draft, and we will keep working with you until the right design is developed and you are completely satisfied.

So, you may be wondering, why do people choose custom doors over one of our in-stock designs? There are many different reasons, but the top three make it obvious that there definitely are a few reasons to go custom.

Incorporate Specific Design Elements

We often find that people like specific elements on different doors and want them combined into a type of hybrid design. This is a great option and allows you to pick and choose the features you want and put them together.

Sometimes it is to increase the size of the lites on the door, or perhaps to make them smaller and add to the design in the panels of the wood. Any combination of design elements may be requested, and our team will ensure they are included in a final design you love.

Creates a Unique Look

Any one of the custom doors we design for our clients is going to be a unique door. Even a small little change in the shape of the panels or a different choice in glass creates a different overall look to the door.

It only makes sense that if you are designing a custom home, or renovating your old home into your dream home, you want a unique and custom look. There is just no way a standard door is going to meet that criteria, but the custom look certainly will.

Of course, our custom doors also add to the curb appeal of any home. Take some time and browse through our gallery to see just what we mean.

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