When the door is closed, most people will have a hard time distinguishing the difference between the TW-101728 & the CRP-101728 doors. The difference is only slightly noticeable when the doors are opened. In order for Conestoga (CWS) to reduce the cost of their already popular CRP door, they created the TW door, maintains exterior aesthetics, but uses a flat center panel instead of the raised center panel found in CRP door. If you decided on the CRP door with a painted finish, but are looking for a way to save a few dollars on your kitchen project, then consider the TW-101728 door.
The cross-section below is an example of how your door will look, but any profiles you choose will determine the final look of your door.
About the Picture: Colortone. L-149 edge profile, design specific bead & panel raise.
|Edge Profiles:||B-2, C-2, H-2, L-034, L-059, L-149, L-253, L-382, L-686, L-803, L-1160, LC-2, ME (Machined Edge), PRS-2, & V-2.|
|Framing Beads:||None – Design Specific, no options.|
|Panels Raises:||None – Design Specific, no options.|
AVAILABLE DESIGN OPTIONS
|Mullion/Frame only Doors:||All available, but incur special lite charges. (note: Paint Grade Hard Maple used for mullion lite strips and #52, #906, & #907 glass retainer moldings.)|
|Pegs and Grooves:||Grooves – All available.|
|Appliance Panels:||Yes – Apply over 1/4″ MDF panel.|
|Door Frame Modifications:||Width modifications are available.|
|Hinges/Hinge Boring:||Yes – Hinge boring is automatic when ordered with RTA cabinets, but no hinging can be requested. If ordering doors only, hinging must be specified.|