At Rogue Valley Door, we love the woods. And it’s kind of hard not to when you’re nestled in some of the most beautiful, lush, and majestic scenery in all of North America. Humbly located in the southern regions of Oregon lies the Rogue Valley, a kingdom teeming with life and bursting at the seams with natural wonder. From the famous Steelhead trout and Coho Salmon to the mighty Rogue River charging through the forest breathing life into towering Douglas firs and Ponderosa pines, the Rogue Valley is a truly unique world with a pulse all its own. So come explore these woods and see why you should take a little piece of our world home to yours.
So what do you get when you combine this fertile environment with hand-crafted skill and style? Quite simply the best doors made anywhere in the world. Rogue Valley Door is an anomaly of sorts, a small company with a big heart and an even bigger imagination. We consider our craftsmen artists, and their genius shows in each and every door we produce.
We believe in precision and perfection. Within walking distance of our manufacturing facility grows some of the world’s finest lumber, including the highest grade Douglas firs and Ponderosa pines. The wood from these fine trees is carefully kiln-dried to ensure an unparalleled quality and strength.
Do you love the woods yet?
In 1985, Rogue Valley Door began crafting great entrances in Grants Pass, Oregon. Since that time, it has used the latest in milling technology to improve the quality of their doors. Today, the 350,000 square foot manufacturing facility is still guided by the vision of the original owner, John Dunkin. John and his team of designers and craftsmen, ensure that Rogue Valley Door takes pride in every door that it produces. Every high-quality door shipped all over the United States arrives on time and in perfect condition.
Within walking distance to the Rogue River and in the shadow of the snow-capped peaks of the Cascade Mountains, Rogue Valley Door has direct access to some of the world's finest lumber. The very highest grade Douglas Fir and Ponderosa Pine are carefully kiln-dried to ensure maximum strength and superior quality. These distinctive doors grace any home with natural beauty that will last a lifetime.
One look at our beaded panel doors and you can tell handcrafted quality workmanship is the hallmark of Rogue Valley Door. Rogue Valley beaded panel doors incorporate such details as ornate beaded or true v-groove panels, highlighting the natural luster of these fine wood doors and adding style and dimension to your home’s interior design.
Rogue Valley Door supports realistic environmental practices and sustainable forestry management.
Wood is the only building material that is largely energy self-sufficient in its manufacture—the only material that builds itself. By weight, wood remains our number one industrial raw material, accounting for 47 percent of consumption, but for only 4 percent of the total energy embodied in the manufacture of raw materials.
Almost three billion trees are planted in America’s forestlands each year. Our forest growth now exceeds removals by 37 percent. Another environmental plus for wood is its impact on the global carbon cycle. Many scientists contend that rising levels of carbon are leading to global warming. Growing wood fiber in your working forests is very beneficial to the balance of carbon in the atmosphere. The growth of one pound of wood absorbs 1.47 pounds of carbon dioxide and releases 1.07 pounds of oxygen.
Ten years ago, Rogue Valley Door converted our door manufacturing processes from the use of solid wood door parts to veneered door parts. Sixty-two percent of the board footage in a six-panel door is made as veneered parts. Rogue Valley Door depends on old growth Douglas Fir, as its source of veneer for these door parts. Twenty years ago, we would have made the stile in that door with a 2x5x82" solid clear vertical grain piece of Douglas Fir. That same piece of 2x5x82" clear vertical grain Douglas Fir now yields approximately 22 to 24 pieces of veneer that is sliced to 1/16." Rogue Valley Door utilizes slicing as opposed to sawing, which means there is no waste due to sawdust.
We support the endeavors of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®), American Forest and Paper Association (AF&PA), Oregon Forest Resources Institute (OFRI), National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) in their efforts to optimize and manage the use of our forests.
Rogue Valley Door will continue to be environmentally sensitive not only in the wood products we use, but also as corporate citizens.
Forest Stewardship Council's (FSC®) mission is to promote and enhance well-managed forests through credible certification that is environmentally responsible, socially acceptable, and economically viable. Rogue Valley Door's FSC® certification ensures our wood doors were made using only legally harvested wood, from sustainable forests. Ask us about our FSC® availability.