copy to clipboard

3'0 x 7'0 Architectural Solid Core White Maple Wood Door

× This image is for a similar product but it will differ in size, color and/or other attributes.
3'0 x 7'0 Architectural Solid Core White Maple Wood Door
More from ABS
Price: $528.71 USD
Ships From
  Volume Price Information  
 Buy 12 or more and pay $502.27 each (save 5.00%
 Buy 36 or more and pay $475.84 each (save 10.0%
 Buy 72 or more and pay $449.40 each (save 15.00%
7. Specify your Hinge locations (Optional)
8. Specify your Lockset locations (Optional)
9. Specify your Deadbolt locations (Optional)
Comments (Optional)
Standard - ships in 25 business days.


Technical Support
Product Description:

Wood Door
Wood Door
Wood Door
Wood Door
Wood door

ABS features a lifetime warranty on our ARCHITECTURAL SOLID CORE WHITE MAPLE WOOD DOOR rated commercial wood doors.

Our Architectural SOLID CORE wood doors are built to the highest quality standards as defined by AWI section #1300. This door can be special ordered in all domestic and exotic species of wood. Birch, Oak, Maple, Mahogany, Walnut and Cherry can be ordered directly at This door meets or exceeds all architectural specifications for construction and quality standards. These doors feature a fully bonded core. This means the stiles and rails are securely attached to the core with adhesives and then are abrasively planed before veneering. This step works to ensure minimal telegraphing of core parts through veneers. These doors are used in commercial, institutional and residential applications. Factory prefinishing, fully compliant with AWI standards, is available on special order. If your machining requirements exceed those listed above, please click on our "machining sheet" link to help complete your order and contact us directly to the place your order. 1 3/8", 2â€, 2 1/4 †and other thicknesses available on special order. Dutch doors, wicket doors and lead lined doors can also be special ordered.

CONSTRACTION Bonded 5 Ply Hot Press
CORE Solid Lumber Wood Staves


1 3/4", 1 3/8 Door available on special order
STILES 7/8" Matching hardwood or softwood. Wider stiles available
CROSSBANDS 1/12" select hardwood with grain running 90° to face veneer
FACES Wood veneer, plastic laminate and MDO (optional)
ADHESIVE Type II (water resistant)
Type I (water-proof) available
FIRE RATING 20 Minute - 1 3/4" thick doors only
DOOR DETAILS Full Lite Door : 5" Top Rail, 5" Stiles and 8" Bottom Rail. 1 1/4 required between lite opening and lock cut-out.
20 Min Label Door: 5 1/2" Top Rail, 5 1/2" between door edge and lock cut-out and 8" bottom rail. Max 1296" for 20 min label.
MAXIMUM SIZES Singles: 4-0 x 10-0; Pairs: 8-0 x 10-0; DE Pairs: 8-0 x 8-0
Wood Door
Wood Door

2 1/4" minimum solid wood or structural composite lumber, one piece or laminated (before trim)
1 9/16" minimum hardwood; solid, laminated or veneered (before trim). Backer or inner ply may be structural composite lumber. Same species visible surface, sanded ease, no visible joints allowed
Particleboard, ANSI A208.1, grade LD-2
Stiles & rails securely bonded to core, then entire unit abrasively planed before veneering
Edge glued or one piece without voidsor show through
Minimum 1/50" "A" grade edge glued joints. 1/8" hardboard 60 lb. ANSI A 135.4
Book, slip or random; Centered, balanced or running; Pair and set match
Same species lumber, or vennered or metal vision frames
Bottom horizontal edge runs full width. Matching species lumber or vennered
Width = Max. 1/2" when taken equally from both stiles
Height = Max. 1 1/2" when taken equally from both rails

Cutting Graphic
Cutting Explained
Wood Door
The log is mounted centrally in the lathe and turned against a razor sharp blade, like unwinding a roll of paper. Since this cut follows the log's annual growth ring, a bold variegated grain marking is produced. Rotary cut veneer is exceptionally wide. To put it simply, this is the way you peel an apple
Wood Door
Wood Door
The log, or flitch, is mounted with the heart side flat against the flitch table of the slicer and the slicing is done parallel to a line through the center of the log. This produces a variegated figure. To put it simply this is the way meat is sliced at the deli
Wood Door
The quarter log, or flitch, is mounted on the flitch table so that the growth rings of the log strike the knife at approximately right angles, producing a series of stripes, straight in some wood, varied on others
Wood Door
Wood Door RIFT CUT
Cut veneer is produced in the various species of Oak. Oak has medullary ray cells which radiate from the center of the log like curved spokes of a wheel. The rift or comb grain effect is obtained by cutting at an angle of 15 degree of the quarter

Color Streaks or Spots
Color Variation
Sharp Color Contrasts at Joints
Book Matched
Slip Matched
Pleasing Matched
Random Matched
End Matched
Nominal Minimum width of Face Components
Plain Sliced = 5"
Quartered = 3"
Rotary = 5"
Small Conspicuos Burls & Pin Knots Combined AVG Number 1 per 3 SQ.FT.MAX
10 in and 32 SQ FT. CONTIGUOUS
Conspicuous Burls Max Size 3/8"
Conspicuous Pin Knots AVG Number 1 per 8 SQ. FT. MAX 4 IN AND 32 SQ. FT CONTIGUOUS
Max. Pin Knot Size - Dark Part 1/8"
Max. Pin Knot Size - Total 1/4'
Scattered Sound and Repairs Knots - Combined Avg. Number No
Max. Size - Sound No
Max. Size - Repaired No
Avg. Number - Repaired No
Mineral Streaks Slight
Bark Pockets No
Worm Tracks No
Vine Marks Slight
Cross Bars Slight
Roung Cut No
Blended Repaired Tapered Hairline Splits Two 1/16" x 6"
Repairs Small Blending
Unfilled worm holes, open splits, open joints, open bark pockets, shake or doze not permitted in above grades
All data referenced from A.W.I. 7'th edition, version 1.0 1997, section 1300

Door Handing
Wood Door
Top of page
Questions and Answers
Q: I require 2 pair of double acting doors for a restaurant per the attached as seen here:

Download File

and here:

Download File

Can you help?

A: Your jamb and head section details show a double rabbeted frame - wouldn't we want to use a cased opening frame? Please tell me - what is the application - is it residential or commercial? I will incorporate your prior responses moving forward. I understand that we are going to drop the requirement of the 45-minute fire rating - How thick are the walls? Do you want the steel frames welded or three-piece knock down? What type of closing device do you want? I would prefer to use an overhead concealed closer. Do you have any thoughts on how to close the doors? What size are the lights? 12 x 12?
Q: How thick are the walls? (4-7/8) Do you want the steel frames welded or three-piece knock down? ( prefer knockdown easy to ship and transport ) What type of closing device do you want? I would prefer to use an overhead concealed closer. ( ok, over head closer ) Do you have any thoughts on how to close the doors? ( need yr expertise to make suggestion ) What size are the lights? 12 x 12? ( ok )Is a hotel restaurant. Commercial building. If cased opening is the way to go , then yes. ( Will go with yr suggestion ).
A: Per our conversation, your original request was for Bommer 3029 series double-acting hinges, but these would be loud and in my opinion inappropriate for a hotel restaurant.

Here is my list of items to use on this project:

2 - Pair 3/0 x 7/0 x 1-3/4 x SCLC-5 Plain Sliced Select White Maple
Prepped for Overhead concealed Door closer and bottom center hung pivot hardware
12” x 12” cut outs only per door
pair match both faces of the doors

2 - Cased Opening hollow Metal Frames
6/0 x 7/0
5” throat
6” JD
14 ga CRS
Cased opening frame
2” face
3 - piece KD
Drywall Compression Anchors with holes drilled and dimpled in the face of each jam on each side for a typical screw
Reverse floor anchor at the bottom of each jam welded in place
Prepped for 2 - LCN 6030 & Ives 7255 per frame

4 - 12” x 12” metal vision frames with 1/4” clear tempered glass (shipped loose for field installation)
Alternate for Maple vision frames with 1/4” clear tempered glass (shipped loose for field installation)

4 - LCN 6033 x Alum. Overhead Concealed Door Closer

4 - Ives 7253 or 7255 Center Hung Pivot Set

4 - Rockwood 10” x 34” x 630 kickplates

On my outline above I can only imagine this project ballooned budget wise beyond what the initial anticipation was. the problem that I have is the amount of excessive sound that's going to be created by double acting spring hinges - in a restaurant kitchen application if you're in earshot of your client base I would really think twice before I went with double acting spring hinges which would obviously substantially reduce the overall cost. Those overhead concealed closers would be all but silent I think the knock down steel frames should be considered because of the long-term durability. I seen wood frames on this application after 5 years and they're just beat up

(Required, used to email you once question is answered.)
Architectural Builders Supply Product Suggestions:
Ball BB81 Bearing Standard Weight Hinge
Commercial hinge for metal & wood doors available in all sizes
Price: $12.58
Commercial 3'0 x 7'0 Drywall Metal Door Frame
HMF PF416-3070
DISCONTINUED - Metal frame are in place with drywall partitions
Price: $0.00
Schlage AL50PD SAT 605 Grade 2 Entrance Office Lockset with Saturn Lever - Polished Brass
Schlage AL50PD SAT 605
Schlage AL series lockset with Saturn lever with entrance / office function.
Price: $241.11
  • Watch Expert Advice on YouTube
  • Corporate Members of DHI
  • Member of NFPA.
  • Follow us on Facebook
  • AAADM Certified!
  • ALOA Certified!
  • Follow us on Twitter
  • DHI FDAI EDA Inspector
  • AIA
  • Follow us on Pinterest
  • ARL
  • Intertek Logo