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Unfinished Pre-Hung Burmese Teak Exterior Door with Door Surround
Door with Grape Caving Design | Chris-Ann Arbor Michigan USA

 
 
 
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  TABLE OF CONTENTS  
 
  q Specifications q Panels q Finishing
  q Delivery Time q Stiles & Rail Construction q Packing
  q Project Updates q Molding q Fumigation
  q Communication q Panel End Sealing q Warranty
q Teak (Tectona Grandis Linn) q Carving q Certificate of Authenticity
q Kiln-Drying q Sanding q Insurance & Shipping
 

THE PROJECT: Unfinished Pre-Hung Burmese Teak Exterior Door with Door Surround | Grape Caving Design

Exterior Door

Certificate

 

 

SPECIFICATIONS

     
  Description:   Unfinished Pre-Hung Teak Door  
  Reference Number:   CUSDR107, no face carving above the circle (!)  
  Door Type:   Single Door with Surround  
  Material:   genuine Burmese teak grade A  
  Carving Location:   Front Only  
  Slab Size:   36" X 80"  
  Rough Opening:   81" X 93"  
  Wall Thickness:   5"  
  Door Units:   1 single door with surround  
  Door Thickness:   1-3/4"  
  Finish:   Unfinished (sanded only)  
  Frame:   Pre-Hung  
  Frame Depth:   3.661 inch (9.3 cm) STD  
  Hinges:   Bronze  
  Casing:   Carved  
  Opening Direction:   In-Swing Right Hand  
  Hardware:   provided by customer  
 

DELIVERY TIME      
  Door Production/Carving Time:   120 days  
  Door Shipping Size:   84" X 40" X 4"  
  Door Surround Shipping Size:   84" X 22.5" X 4"  
  Date Project Started:   20-Aug-2006  
  Expected Finish Date:   20-Dec-2006  
  Shipping Bangkok to Detroit, Michigan:   38 days  
 
 
  PROJECT UPDATES  
 

05-Oct-2006

31-Oct-2006

06-Dec-2006/1

06-Dec-2006/2

11-Dec-2006/1

11-Dec-2006/2

11-Dec-2006/3

11-Dec-2006/4

11-Dec-2006/5

14-Dec-2006/1

14-Dec-2006/2

22-Jan-2007/1

22-Jan-2007/2

22-Jan-2007/3

29-Jan-2007/1

29-Jan-2007/2

29-Jan-2007/3

29-Jan-2007/4

29-Jan-2007/5

29-Jan-2007/6

 

  COMMUNICATION
  1. Sunday, 20-Aug-2006 >> First photo update is scheduled for ~28-Sep-2006
  2. Sunday, 20-Aug-2006 >> WoodLtd Studio will provide a Certificate of Authenticity for no extra cost if requested...
  3. Thu, 21-Sep-2006 >> The wood has been dried in kiln and shortly we'll start assembling the door. Next update in three weeks..
  4. Thu, 05-Oct-2006 >> We assembled the frame, next we'll work on door and door surround...
  5. Wed, 31-Oct-2006 >> The door and frame are assembled, will work on door surround now...
  6. Sat, 18-Nov-2006 >> Received no update from the artisan, will visit his shop next week...
  7. Mon, 11-Dec-2006 >> The door and the surround have been assembled. Will start carving now. The door should be completed before the end of December
  8. Thu, 14-Dec-2006 >> Chris, you requested no Bacchus face carving above the circle. Please see 2 photos above "14-Dec-2006/1 and 2", this is the pattern we'll carve instead. Is it OK with you? Please advise...
  9. Mon, 22-Jan-2007 >> The door is completed and ready for shipping...
 

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  TEAK

Latin name "Tectona Grandis Linn". Teak or Golden Teak is the king of hardwoods and it's one of the world's most valuable timbers, recognized for its durability and stability. Teak is more durable than any other hardwood and has unparalleled rich beauty. Teak can withstand all types of weather. Ancient Burmese and Thai royalty considered teak to be a royal tree. It has been the pillar of the shipbuilding industry for centuries. The decks of the Titanic were covered in Teak, and the wood is as good today as the day she sank on 1912. Teak is also used in the Middle East oil industry as one of the very few timbers that can withstand the punishing heat of the desert and will not readily catch fire. Teak can withstand harsh chemicals, and is resistant to fungi, rot and termites. Unlike other woods, teak does not turn black when in contact with metals. It looks best when applied transparent and light colors...

 

 

KILN-DRYING

All wood in the oven for five (5) weeks to a moisture content of 8% followed by two (2) weeks of resting to reabsorb moisture in the air to ~10%. The moisture level is measured by electronic instruments.

 

 

PANELS

Structural hardwood V-grooved minimizes the possibility of a joint separation. Permanently bonded with watertype-1 glue.

 

 

STILES & RAIL CONSTRUCTION

Mortise and tenon, glued with exterior Type-1 waterproof glue. Because wood tends to warp when it becomes damp, we make vertical rails from two separate pieces of wood, then laminating them together lengthwise, with the grain running in opposite directions. The same is done with the stiles. Then when moisture penetrates the door, the laminated pieces tend to bow in opposite directions, negating the warping effect.

 

 

MOLDING

Molding around lites and panels. Certain designs have recessed molding.

 

 

PANEL END SEALING

All panels are end sealed with under coat paint before the door is assembled to minimize shrinking and swelling.

 

  CARVING

Authentic hand carving by best Thailands craftsmen. No routers, no machine tools are used. Over 4,000 carving styles available for doors frames casing and lintels in many categories such as Americana, animals, architectural, Asian, business, Disney, dragons, mythology, nautical, wildlife and much more...

 

FINISHING
  • Three Separate coats of alkyd moisture seal with fine sanding between coats

 

SANDING

Machine sanded with super fine No. 220 grit paper followed by detailed hand sanding. No machine or cross grain sand marks. Ready for finish.

 

 

PACKING

Each door is individually poly bagged and boxed with 300# psi doubled wall cardboard and placed in wooden crate.

 

 

FUMIGATION

Every door together with wood crating, pallet and all Non-Manufactured Wood Packing Material (NMWP) to be fumigated with Methyl Bromide [CH3Br] and are free from wood termites. Formal Certificate of Fumigation is provided according to wood import regulations of European Union, United States, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.

 

 

WARRANTY

The-Wood Studio 2-Years Limited Warranty

 

 

CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY

We issue a Lifetime Certificate of Authenticity. The-Wood Studio certifies that every door we design and make is by order only. This is an original and authentic product. It is genuine and the only one made by The-Wood Studio. It is not a replica, a rebuild or repair; it has been newly built by skilled artisan. No two doors are identical, thus making each one of a kind. Only authentic hand carving is performed, no routers or machine tools of any type are used.

 

  INSURANCE & SHIPPING
  1. Insurance 100% from damage or loss by US Company
  2. US based shipping company in charge
  3. Freight from Bangkok, Thailand to Detroit, Michigan USA
  4. Transit Time: 38 days
 
 

             
 

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