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Made of 1-1/8 Inch Thick Hard and Soft Woods
A Ragged Mountain Door is a very stable wooden screen door made for extreme environments with dowel joint construction to provide the strongest joinery for screen door applications. We use only the finest hard and soft woods to ensure your door is of the finest quality and strength to withstand the harsh environ
Mahogany, the only hardwood, is highly resistant to decay, moisture, and shock making it a stable and resilient wood that offers a host of fine properties: crisp, strong texture, beautiful rich color, fine working qualities and dimensions that works well in almost all furniture and woodworking applications. Mahogany is regarded by many as the world’s premier wood for fine cabinetry, high-class furniture, boat building, pianos, and other musical instruments.
Douglas-fir is one of the largest, most abundant and widely distributed species of trees native to North America. Douglas fir has a beautiful light reddish brown shade with straight grains. It belongs to the coniferous family and is, therefore, a softwood. This softwood is used for heavy construction work, laminated arches and roof trusses, ship building, mining timber, and many other things.
Spanish Cedar is also a softwood with a beautiful rich pale pinkish brown to dark reddish brown color. Because of its specific gravity and density, it was often carved into canoes by Amazonian natives, but we know it as the cigar lover's friend! Known in Central and South America for its rot and insect resistant qualities, it is usually used for exterior architectural applications of all kinds. The main use for this wood in Costa Rica and the United States is in cigar box construction and to construct and line cigar humidors. It is also used to make "high quality" furniture, cabinets, chest linings, boatbuilding, construction, millwork, musical instruments, and plywood.
Eastern White Pine. Native to North America, this softwood varies from a pale straw to light reddish brown color. It is a straight grained and very even textured wood with inconspicuous growth rings. Pine wood finishes cleanly in most operations. It glues well, and takes stain, paint, polish, etc., very well. Eastern white pine is suited for pattern and furniture making, carving, drawing boards, high-class joinery, and general carpentry work.
Removable Screen Inserts (interchangeable with Storm Panels)
Removable Storm Panels (interchangeable with Screen Inserts)