Our Torrefied Collection is the most revolutionary idea to be introduced to the door industry in years! Have you been told you MUST have an overhang over your door? Have you been told you CANNOT paint or stain your door a dark color? Have you been told your door faces the wrong direction for a wood door? Now with Lemieux Door’s Torrefied Collection you can forget all of that! The Torrefied Collection also comes with a 20 Year Warranty! This has never been heard of in the wood door industry!
Torrefication is an all-natural “green” process whereby wood is heated over time in order to eliminate its tendency to rot. It also makes wood far more structurally stable and highly resistant to heat, cold and moisture!
The Torrefied Collection is available in each of Lemieux’s 10,000 plus design options and custom designs. It is available in sizes up to 4/0 wide and 8/0 tall. You can even get custom designs, curved rails, with panels and/or glass.
The Torrefied Collection is available in vertical grain Douglas Fir, Mahogany and Poplar.
The Torrefied Collection is covered with a 20 year warranty against, warping, twisting, cupping and rotting. Because of its solid wood construction there are no veneers to delaminate.
Lemieux prides itself on being one of the very few world-class manufacturers of doors where the highest-quality methods of production are employed as a standard. This means each door benefits from an exacting process of manufacture, and is individually detailed, delivering an extraordinary fit and aesthetic quality. Our in-house R&D is relentless in its application of the very latest high-tech solutions to door manufacturing, all of which continually serves to enhance Lemieux’s quality and productivity.
Furthermore, the Versailles door is built with Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) core, thicker panels, and receives two coats of primer, applied over our industry-leading UV coating (on primed products). Lemieux opts for a mortise and tenon construction, with its continuous glue lines it provides greater stability and better trimming opportunities over the use of less reliable dowels. This combination guarantees that the Versailles door is the best available!
Lastly, but perhaps of key importance, is the recognition seasoned architects have given us. They, most of all, understand that the greatest rewards come from satisfied customers who appreciate a product that elegantly combines strength, quality, durability and value – the very essence of the Lemieux brand.
Looking for something besides the same old square door? Lemieux offers many options for the design of the top rail of your door. We have 5 top rail options that can be used in single or double door applications. These options are available with doors with panels or glass and on interior and exterior doors. Lemieux can also supply you with your jamb or frame needs for these custom doors.
You can change the shape of the door panel or glass to add a distinctive look to any door. We have 6 arched and radius options from which you can choose. All of these options can be used on interior or exterior doors.
Lemieux make all of our products available with two sticking options. You can choose from our traditional Ovolo sticking or a more Craftsman look of our Square Sticking. You can change or dress up the look of your doors by adding one of our 5 moulding options: Face, Windsor, Sherbrooke, Quebec or Step Sticking.
Have you ever been in a house with lots of beautiful wood doors and then you get to the Fire Rated door and it is an unattractive steel door? You don’t have to settle for that plain, ugly steel door. You can get a Fire Rated door that matches the rest of the doors in your house. Lemieux manufacturers wood stile and rail doors with a 20 minute, 60 minute or 90 minute Fire Rating. We can also supply you with Fire Rated wood frames to match the door.
Our Fire Rated products can be used in either a commercial or residential application. Choose from primed or any of our stain grade species. Customized Fire Rated doors are also available up to 4/0 wide and 8/0 high.
We recommend you contact your local building inspector to determine what your Fire Rated requirements are in your area.