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"There is no building material better suited for custom doors than wood." ~ Lewis Stewart, Founder

Custom Wood Doors


    Chestnut doorCUSTOM DOORS EVOKE EMOTION AND MAKE AN IMPRESSION. When properly made, custom wood doors tastefully convey the style, personality and discerning taste of the homeowners while accentuating the home’s overall aesthetics.

    Stewart Brannen Millworks combines unparalleled elegance with the security, functionality and longevity you would expect from a high end product. We offer a wide variety of wood types including African Sapele, domestic reclaimed hardwood, knotty alder and black walnut. And if by chance you are unsure of what you might like, our knowledgeable staff is here to help guide you through the decision making process.

    Whether your next project includes replacing your front entrance to enhance curb appeal, designing a grand entrance for your new dream home or simply upgrading your home with new interior doors, let us show you how custom wood doors from Stewart Brannen Millworks can accomplish your goals.

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    Our custom wood doors can are found in fine homes all across the country, however we primarily provide our products to South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. Eight-five percent (85%) of our custom wood doors are made from Sapele Mahogany specially imported from Africa. We have partnered with some of the best glass companies and hardware manufactures in the industry to ensure that our final product is second to none.

    Our manufacturing process combines today’s technology with timeless craftsmanship to produce high quality, resilient, beautiful wood doors. We utilize CNC (Computer Numeric Controlled) routers for guaranteed precision because all of our products are custom and made to order. The parts are then inspected and assembled by hand.

    Oak doorOur exterior doors feature our exclusive rimmed panels and engineered stiles. Our rimmed panels have matching wood edges applied to the perimeter of an exterior plywood panel. This process is done so that our exterior panels will have minimum expansion and contraction and so that our panels do not split or warp like conventional solid panels. Our door stiles are engineered to remain straight and for long lasting durability.