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 •  July 12, 2017

Doors can open and close in a variety of ways, and one unique function growing in popularity is the “pivot” door—generally used on entry doors. These doors operate on a special pivot hinge, with pins that attach at the top and bottom of the door, installed several inches from the door edge. This application allows for a unique and eye-catching...

Sun Mountain Door

 •  June 15, 2017

Wormy Maple (sometimes called “Ambrosia Maple”) is a grade of Soft Maple, specifically selected and sorted to show mineral streaks and color variations caused by the Ambrosia beetle. The beetle infests the live Maple tree, depositing larvae that bore small “worm holes” and discolor the wood. No two boards are alike. Colors and patterns vary...

Sun Mountain Door

 •  April 12, 2017

Sun Mountain recently produced this magnificent double door to grace the main entry of a luxury residence in the Bay Area near San Jose, California. The homeowner selected the design at Sun Mountain’s boutique showroom in the San Francisco Design Center, after reviewing door designs on the company’s website, (see design code CH-0010-D035). The...

Sun Mountain Door

 •  April 12, 2017

Mahogany has long been prized as an exclusive and upscale wood for furnishings, doors, and even cars (you can add Mahogany to your Porsche Cayman for about $2,000). Sun Mountain offers Mahogany sourced from western tropical Africa (scientific name: Khaya ivorensis), featuring an interlocked or straight grain, with a ribbon figure, and moderately...

Sun Mountain Door

 •  March 14, 2017

Inspiration can come from many places. This interesting door design includes an unusual layout of seven panels, square “sticking” (the profile on the edge of the door’s stiles and rails), and flat panels. And this clean, uncomplicated approach to the door’s custom features makes for a graphic, modern statement. But this design has roots in perhaps...

Sun Mountain Door

 •  March 14, 2017

Poplar is a hardwood with a relatively straight grain and a fine, even texture. Color varies significantly from creamy-white to green, to brown, to purple. Poplar is soft and light with low ratings for strength and shock resistance. Its Janka hardness rating is 430. Due to variations in color and density, Poplar does not stain consistently....

Sun Mountain Door

 •  January 12, 2017

Re-sawn Distress on Knotty Hickory Re-sawn Distress on Knotty White Oak Sun Mountain manufactures the highest quality wide plank flooring at its northern Colorado manufacturing location. Flooring is available in both solid and engineered construction, in widths up to 9″. Factory wood finishing is available, with six-sided UV-cured polyurethane...

Sun Mountain Door

 •  January 12, 2017

Flat Cut White Oak White Oak is a dense hardwood with a white to cream to light brown color. White Oak is very durable, exhibits high shock resistance and finishes well. The hardness of the wood is rated at 1360 (per the Janka hardness test). The grains of White Oak tend to be longer than Red Oak, which makes the species prized for construction of...

Sun Mountain Door

 •  November 14, 2016

This contemporary rustic home in western North Carolina is a great example of combining different styles and applying thoughtful design to create something extraordinary. The home’s entry door incorporates a single sidelite that mirrors the four lites (glass windows) in the door. While individually the separate components may seem asymmetrical,...

Sun Mountain Door

 •  October 11, 2016

Sun Mountain, Inc., today announced the opening of its sixth showroom nationwide, in Scottsdale, Arizona. This new outlet will also provide delivery and after-the-sale service to customers in the Phoenix area. “Our products have been popular in Arizona for many years, and it is great to now offer our customers a full service selection center,”...