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There is nothing better than a solid, heavy entry door on a Tudor or Gothic home. In addition to residential projects, many of our Gothic style doors are found in churches and universities, such as Princeton, Yale, University of Notre Dame, Vassar College and University of Pennsylvania. Some of these have replaced original doors in restored buildings. Our experience in constructing durable Gothic style doors has added critical authenticity to new buildings constructed in these earlier styles.
Offering solidity, strength and a sense of tradition, the Gothic style has been popular in North America since the mid-1800’s for universities, churches and fine homes. Based on a more sophisticated version of plank-style doors, Gothic doors often feature what is known as “frame-and-plank” construction. Vertical planks are attached to a basic frame, which provides the stabilizing structure. In some cases, planks are fastened to both sides of the frame, effectively hiding the internal frame from view. Gothic style doors are often arched and frequently pointed in their design.