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Saint Agapit makes some of the best wood doors we've seen in the market.


Quality. Reliability. Priced Right.

Saint Agapit and Pro Cabinet Supply have partnered up to provide quality custom wood doors for cabinets and furniture wherever you need them. With over 25 years in experience, Saint Agapit is the superior manufacturer of wood doors in the market, and Pro Cabinet Supply stands behind their product 100%.

In order to initiate a quote for your project, please follow the below instructions to submit. Once completed, we will be in touch with you within 24 hours with a formalized quote and any questions we might have pertaining to your project:

  • Step 1: Choose a door design from below for your project.
  • Step 2: Choose a wood species you would like to use for the doors.
  • Step 3: Choose a finish for the door (unfinished is also an option).
  • Step 4: Choose the profiles needed for the door.
  • Step 5: Fill out the "Door Size Sheet" after downloading by clicking the button above this list or by downloading from the section "Step 5: Fill out Door Sizes" below. Make sure to save a local copy of the file first, fill out, save your changes and submit in step 6.
  • Step 6: Fill out the Submission Form's needed fields, attach your Door Size Form, and submit.

Step 1: Door Design

Saint Agapit has various door designs to choose from. Any bold lines in the below drawings signifies applied moldings that you can select at the time you submit the quote. Please ensure you choose a door design with bold lines if you are choosing an applied molding when submitting.

Door Designs

Step 2: Wood Species

Like every person, every type of wood species is unique, with its own style and personality. Although there are several elements to consider when creating your dream kitchen, such as engineered wood versus solid wood, the thickness of the door, the model and more, the wood species you choose will be the deciding factor when it comes to the look, strength and durability of your new kitchen. In this section, we present the main species used in the manufacture of cabinets, among the wide range of wood species that are available on the market.

Maple

Maple has a both a strong and delicate personality. Since it is one of the most common and widely-used North American woods, we could even say that it’s as faithful as an old friend! Maple has a refined appearance, does not have much grain and has very little variation in color, which gives your cabinets a very delicate and homogenous appearance. If you don’t like the look of wood grain and you want a soft and uniform tone, maple is for you.

Oak

A great classic in our homes, oak is warm and inviting. It symbolizes strength and resistance. Don’t we say “Strong as an oak? A gift of nature used for generations because of its hardness and resistance to impact, this strong wood offers a spectacular grain that speaks of generosity and frankness, giving it charm and richness. You will love oak if you love wood with beautiful natural patterns, thanks to its unique and very apparent grain.

Birch

Yellow birch is the wood through which nature best expresses its sparkling personality. Its nuanced natural colors and fine grain give it a unique, attractive and joyful personality. If you like wood with beautiful, discreet and delicate patterns, yellow birch will meet your expectations.

Black Walnut

Noble and refined, walnut is one of the most distinctive types of wood in North America. This wood symbolizes energy, vitality and strength. Considered a deluxe product, it is best suited to high-end projects. If you are looking for wood that offers luxury and distinction, black walnut will satisfy your highest expectations.

Hickory

Hickory offers a unique esthetic, featuring contrasting colors and very expressive grain, giving your room an inimitable rustic style. It also offers an unmatched combination of strength, durability, rigidity and impact resistance not found in any other type of North American wood. Its esthetics and unique mechanical characteristics contribute to making hickory the best choice for anyone wanting to combine rusticity and distinction.

Alder

Hickory offers a unique esthetic, featuring contrasting colors and very expressive grain, giving your room an inimitable rustic style. It also offers an unmatched combination of strength, durability, rigidity and impact resistance not found in any other type of North American wood. Its esthetics and unique mechanical characteristics contribute to making hickory the best choice for anyone wanting to combine rusticity and distinction.

Cherry

Elegance, classicism, luxury…the best words for describing cherry wood. The lovely smoothness and rich warm reddish colors of cherry wood are sure to charm, and provide a magnificent finish. Its greatest characteristic is a shimmering effect when light hits it and caresses its grain. Cherry wood’s sophisticated personality radically enhances your décor and gives your kitchen a remarkably distinctive look.

Step 3: Door Finish

Saint Agapit offers various finishes for their wood doors. They also offer their doors in an unfinished option for you to paint or stain the doors yourself. **IMPORTANT : The colors shown are for illustrative purposes only. They may also vary depending on the type of wood you select.**

Available Finishes

Step 4: Mortise and Tenon Profiles

Mortise and tenon doors are made by inserting tenons (like pegs) into mortises (a slot for the peg to fit into), creating snug joints holding the pieces of the wood door together. The pieces of wood creating the vertical frame of the door are called stiles, and the pieces of wood creating the horizontal frame of the door are called rails. The center panel is held in the middle by the stiles and rails. In order to order mortise and tenon doors, we need to know the interior profile, the exterior profile, and the center panel profile of the door.

Interior Profiles

Exterior Profiles

Center Panel Profiles

Step 4: Mitered Profiles

Mitered doors are made by creating 45-degree angles on the ends of what are considered moldings that create the frame of the door. These moldings are held together with finger joints and hold the center panel in the middle of the door. For mitered doors, we need to know the mitered profile and the center panel profile of the door.

Mitered Profiles

Center Panel Profiles

Step 5: Fill out Door Sizes

Please download the Door Size Sheet by clicking the button below. Once filled out, please save to your computer/device. This sheet will need to be submitted along with your project information in step 6.

Step 6: Submit Information for Quote