Radius Doors

Radius Doors

The design of radius doors is a unique opportunity to create a rich viewing environment. 

 
Standard Features:
  • 1-¾” custom made Exterior doors and sidelites – additional thicknesses available
  • Half Rounds, Eyebrows, Ellipses, and Gothic arches available
  • Drop (measurement from top of door to spring line) must be specified
  • Solid Vertical Grain Douglas Fir stiles and rails standard (additional species available)
  • 1-3/8” custom made Interior doors and sidelites – additional thicknesses available
  • Exterior moulding additional on Exterior doors
  • Solid oak threshold on Exterior Fir doors
  • 4-1/8” or 4-5/8” built up frame – additional jamb sizes available
  • T-astragals and flush bolts on paired doors
  • Heavy duty polished brass hinges – additional finishes available
  • Exterior doors fully weather-stripped with Q-Lon and door shoes
  • Rollover latches on operable sidelites
  • Swing-In/Swing-Out or Fixed sidelites
  • Locksets and boring available
  • Units shipped with frames assembled; pre-fit doors with hinges applied are shipped loose
  • Custom lite and panel break-ups available
  • MDX panels on paint grade and solid wood panels on stain grade
JT Mahogany Ellipse Top Door with Solid Wood V-Grooved Flat Panels

The picture on the left is the unit unfinished and uninstalled. The picture on the right is the unit finished and installed . . . how beautiful and what a difference!

JT Half Round Pair Doors

with true divided lites (TDL) and solid wood raised panels.

Book Door with Full Circle Lite
JT French Door with Half Round Arch Top

Custom arched paneling with raised moulding.

JT Pair Book Doors with Interior Radius

 Custom Interior radius and arched TDL bars span the width of both doors.

JT 2 Panel Sliding Door with Interior Radius

Interior eyebrow spans the width of both doors.

JT French Pair Doors with Half Round Arch Top

 This unit has a custom lite break-up consisting of an inner arch bar with some spoke TDLs.

JT-66 Door with Fixed Sidelites and Common Arch

 A common arch is a continuous arch that spans the width of the entire unit and is shared by all components of the unit. The arch shown above is an eyebrow.