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At RealCraft Carriage Doors we put quality and craftsmanship above all else. From the moment you call us to the day your door is installed, we're here to make your dream doors a reality. Our handcrafted carriage and entry doors have been featured in some of the most popular TV shows and magazines in the industry. Each carriage door is made from premium wood and built by skilled artisans in the Pacific Northwest.
9803 44th Ave
Gig Harbor, WA 98332
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M-F, 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM Pacific Time
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Introducing the sleek and stylish Peninsula Modern Pivot Front Door from RealCraft! Handcrafted from solid wood, this door is both beautiful and functional. The pivot hinge opens and closes smoothly, perfect for residential and business applications. This door makes any building look striking and contemporary. Add a bold statement to your space with the Peninsula Modern Pivot Front Door.
The Peninsula pivot door features a single vertical leg that spans the whole height of the door, with eight horizontal planks to complete the door slab. It’s an extremely modern design for those who want their front door to make a big statement. Its dramatic contrasts evoke the towering old growth trees and rollicking surf of the Olympic Peninsula, where RealCraft is based. The Peninsula is a wilderness of dense rainforests hemmed in by the Puget Sound and the Pacific Ocean. A place of rugged beauty that rewards courage and strength. The Peninsula Door is made for people who want a door as unique and as rugged as they are.
The Pivot version of this door allows you to build this door even bigger and taller, because the pivot hardware distributes the weight of a door differently than traditional hinges. We have two pivots to choose from: a freestyle turnstile pivot, or the M+ pivot. The M+ offers adjustable holding and damping, so you can push the door into an open position and it will stay open. This is ideal for carrying things inside without worrying about keeping the door open. The M+ also has adjustable closure speeds, which means it is ADA Friendly Access Compatible.
Like all our entry doors, the Peninsula is available in twenty wood species, including American classics like Premium Walnut (as shown), Hickory, or Cherry. Or choose from exotic wood types like Bubinga, Padauk, or Sapele Mahogany. We build this door by hand using traditional joinery techniques so it’s made to last. And it carries the knowledge and passion of the artisans who built it.
Our exterior pivot doors come with an exclusive white oak threshold and brush sweep, a combination that prevents water damage to the jamb. We also test-fit the pivot hardware in the threshold, ensuring the hardware is placed correctly, so installation is a breeze. And we offer the door jamb in the same wood species as the door, for a luxurious final look. Plus we are offering sidelights and transoms for pivot doors made with insulated glass, so you can add even more impact to your entryway.
Skilled artisans make all our doors by hand onsite in Gig Harbor, a small seaport town on the Puget Sound in Washington State.
RealCraft offers twenty different wood species, ranging from traditional to exotic.
One of the reasons we love real wood so much is that it carries the character of its natural habitat. Wood species respond differently to humidity and temperature conditions. If you aren't sure which wood species to pick, call us at 1-800-694-5977.
If you want to see our wood in person before making a selection, you can order samples here. Check out our wood buying guide here.
RealCraft's Transom and Sidelights are made with the same wood as your door, for a cohesive and premium look.
A transom window refers to a window above a door slab, typically (but not always) separated by a transverse horizontal structural beam.
Sidelights are narrow windows that flank a door slab. You can have one side light or two, one on each side of the door. You can also combine one or two sidelights with a transom. Sidelights make your entry door look more visually striking.
Please note that RealCraft Sidelights and Transoms are non-operable, meaning they do not open or close. To add an operable side light or transom, please contact our custom sales department at253-853-3811.
The System M+ Pivot Door Hardware is a versatile top pivot designed to work with all pivot doors. It offers the ability to position the system 70 mm from the door's side, which helps reduce unused space while maintaining the distinctive pivot door movement. The System M+ can be placed in any position between 70 mm and the center of the door, making it suitable for many project specifications. With these features, the M+ is an excellent choice for those seeking a flexible and efficient pivot system for their project.
To determine door handing: Stand with your back to the side of the jamb where the pivot will be closest to. Then let your arm be the door and note whether the door swings to your right or your left. If it swings to your left, it is a left-handed door. If it swings to your right, it is a right-handed door.
To determine “inswing” or “outswing”: First, stand outside your house. Then, when your door opens does it open into the house? Then it is an inswing door. Does it open out from the house? Then it is an outswing door.
Note: Inswing doors are more typical for entry doors.
Door jambs are made of the same wood as the door for a cohesive look no matter what wood you choose.
Jamb measurements: Door width plus 2 3/8"
Minimum rough opening: Door width plus 2 ¾"
Our exclusive white oak threshold offers superior water protection and wear resistance. For pivot doors specifically, we use a brush weather sweep set into the bottom of the door. Kerfed weatherstripping is standard. If you need an ADA threshold, call us.
Our doors are designed to be low maintenance. If you live in a place that has big temperature changes between seasons, you may need to tighten or lubricate your hinges from time to time. You should also adjust the door sweep to make sure it keeps the door sealed against the elements over time.
Our Osmo oil hardwax finishes may need a refresh every 1-3 years depending on their exposure to elements. Large temperature & humidity changes, direct exposure to sunlight, and seaside environments all can affect how often a door needs refreshing. Unlike plastic based varnishes, Our Osmo oil hardwax finishes don’t chip or flake off, so you don’t have to sand them to refinish. Simply clean the wood surface and reapply the finish, removing excess and rubbing in for best results.
If your door gets dirty (weather, pets, children, etc.) you can clean it with a gentle soap and water. If you have to clean the hinges for any reason, make sure they dry thoroughly.
For frequently asked questions about choosing a door and hardware see our FAQ page. And feel free to reach out any time to speak to a qualified consultant by calling (253) 853-3815.