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Following the guidelines referenced above for over 40+ years in business, Leeds Clark, Inc. has replicated and manufactured hundreds of historic wood doors on projects across the country. Whether it be a single wood door for a historic schoolhouse at a historical park or complete replication of numerous wood doors on a fire damaged courthouse, Leeds Clark, Inc. has provided its clients with in kind replication of the historic wood doors specified. Every historic wood door Leeds Clark, Inc. replicates and manufactures incorporates the following features:

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Doors are typically one of the principal ornamental and architectural features of historic buildings. They are a primary focus of a building’s front elevation and provide an important sense of scale, detailing, craftsmanship, proportion and architectural styling. Retention and repair of historic doors is the most appropriate treatment for historic property. Repair options should be evaluated prior to considering replacement. In cases where repair is not feasible or where historic doors are missing, replacement doors on historic property should either match the original appearance or have characteristics that are compatible for the building. The characteristics of material, composition and profile are the most important to consider when looking for a compatible replacement door.

Door Repair And Replacement: DC Historic Preservation Board

• Matching of Historic Door Building Fabric
Wood Species & Moisture Content

• Matching of Historic Profile & Site Line

• Matching of Methodology of Construction
Mortise & Tenon / Cope & Stick

• Matching and/or Incorporate Glazing
Historic Glass, IG Glass, Low-e Glass, Etc.
Putty Glazing / Cypress Wood Beveled Trim

• Matching of Historic Paint and/or Stain Finishes

• Matching of Hardware, Pulleys, & Rope/Chain

• Matching and/or Incorporate Weatherstripping

• Optional Installation Services

Wood Door Replication