Author Archives: Ed Wright

Architectural Elements of a Contemporary Door

Doors have always changed throughout history.  A quick look at old pictures from centuries ago will reveal doors that you may have never seen before and possibly never will see.  Some doors have withstood the test of time and become part of the history along with the buildings they open to.  Today, most of us… Read more

Satisfied Flooring Customer

Good Evening Roger and Staff, I couldn’t be happier with the floor. The texture, color, and sheen are all excellent. The persnickety approach of approval certainly was worth it. Thank all of you for walking the extra mile. This house is a showpiece and your flooring is an asset to the project. I wholeheartedly recommend… Read more

Very Happy with Reworked Doors

Lari, I just wanted to drop you a note that my customer is very happy with the reworked doors. Both I and my customer will use and recommend Sun Mountain doors in the future. Thanks, John L. Rochester, Michigan Read more

What Color Should I Paint My Front Door?

When getting a new front door or if you are just ready to change things up a bit with your current door, the subject of color arises quite frequently.  Sometimes all a door needs is a fresh coat of paint to give it new life or transform it into something special.  But what color should… Read more

Design Elements of a Fire Door

Fire doors can make all the difference should a fire ever occur.  They have been made specifically to help people and hinder fires in order to give everyone a chance to reach safety.  In order to work effectively, they have specific elements that you won’t find in other doors. Doors can be made to offer… Read more

Pre-Finished Doors

When searching for a door for your home, there are a myriad of options available.  It’s easy to get lost in all of the possibilities for doors.  That’s why you should do plenty of research so you know exactly what kind of door you want for your home. A pre-finished door cuts out a few… Read more

How is Hardwood Lumber Graded?

You may often hear about the “grade” of lumber or wood floors in general.  Oftentimes when people hear about the wood grade, they assume it has something to do with quality.  This can be true in some cases, though in reality it comes down to your preference of design.  Some people enjoy a more rustic… Read more

Wirebrushed Doors

Looking for a little something extra in your next door?  How about taking a look into the possibilities of a wirebrushed door? Wire brushing is often done via machine.  A wooden door is put through the machine to give it a classic wirebrushed look.  This look is characterized by random tear and depth grooves that… Read more

Door of the Week – Flat Arch with Lockrail Arches

This Denver, Colorado door is an unusual style in that the lockrails were arched to match the top of the door. The stiles and rails are made from African Mahogany and stained a dark color to accent the light coming through the Flemish glass. This is a large door for a large opening—the door itself is 3′/6″ wide… Read more