You can find flush wood doors in many commercial environments because of their simplicity and function. Named for their flat surfaces, flush doors feature a variety of core types and finishes. As a commercial flush wood door distributor, we at Direct Doors and Hardware offer a variety of wood veneer finishes for a highly customizable appearance.

  • Variety: Flush wood doors come in many different materials, sizes, and veneer finishes for commercial and residential purposes. You can buy them at a variety of price points depending on the materials used.
  • Versatility: Our manufacturers stock a variety veneer cuts, matches, and species that can be factory clear pre-finished or stained.
  • Performance: A flush door's construction makes it well-suited for high use areas along with specialty purposes like sound reduction and fire resistance.
  • Modern Appearance: Because of their simple design, flush doors add a modern look to a space. The minimal appearance helps architectural flush doors match a wide range of environments.
  • Space Efficiency: A flush wood door has a streamlined design compatible with many types of hardware.


PC5 : Bonded 5-Ply Particleboard Core Door
Perfect for your premier projects the 5-ply door is constructed using bonded core construction and the highest quality frame components. The door facings used to make the PC-5 doors meet or exceed all industry specifications and standards. Available in a wide variety of veneer species and sizes. This model offers quality, performance and beauty without compromise.
FPC-9 : Particleboard Core Door 9-Ply
Using the same components used to produce the 5-ply. Available in Plain Slice Red Oak and Rotary Natural Birch. The FPC-9 door offers quality, performance, and beauty without compromise.
SCL-5 : Structural Composite Lumber Core (Universal Construction)
Structural Composite Lumber (SCL) allows maximum flexibility and strength. SCL doors can be cut down without regard to stile and rail size limitations. SCL doors can also be used when white boards or clothing hooks need to be applied to one surface.
PC-5 LL: Lead-Lined Bonded 5-Ply Particleboard Core Door
When radiation protection is needed, we offer a lead lined door series. We offer 1/16". 3/32" and 1/8" lead thicknesses based on your protection needs. You can pick any species and pre-finish color including plastic laminate and primed hardboard.
FPC-9 : Primed Hardboard
Perfect for painting, primed hardboard offers engineered performance perfect for your paint grade project. The components used to manufacture FPC-PHB doors meet the same specifications as our PC-5 doors. FPC-PHB is also has economic advantages over "paint grade" wood doors.



Common Veneer Cuts
Wood veneer door manufacturers use various veneer cuts for their products to give each door a unique finish. Types of wood veneer cuts for doors include:

Plain Sliced
Plain slicing involves moving a log up and down against the knife through the center for a straight grain and cathedrals. You can use this cut on several different wood species.

  • Rift Cut - Rift cutting produces thin, vertical grains by slicing across an oak log's medullary rays.
  • Rotary - During the rotary cutting process, the log rotates against a stationary knife to create a broad grain pattern.
  • Quarter - The quarter slicing method uses logs pre-cut into quarters to create straight grains and ribbon stripes. The exact design depends on the wood species.

Common Veneer Matches
Wood veneer door manufacturers use various veneer cuts for their products to give each door a unique finish. Types of wood veneer cuts for doors include:

  • Book Match - Book-matched veneer pieces come in alternating panels that face each other like a book, creating a symmetrical pattern. The even design highlights the log's figure and grain and creates color variation on the door.
  • Slip Match - Slip matching involves joining pieces without switching the pattern, keeping the joints hidden for a straight-grain appearance. This design usually keeps the color consistent throughout the wood veneer surface.
  • Balance Match - In balance matching, the manufacturer keeps the width of each panel's leaves consistent, creating a symmetrical appearance.

Common Door Veneers
Standard door veneer materials feature popular woods such as: ​

  • Oak - This classic, long-lasting wood is resistant to water and impact damage, and it can accommodate a Craftsman or mid-century design aesthetic.
  • Walnut - This warm-colored wood finishes nicely with a natural coat.
  • Ash - This light-toned, yellow wood has a smooth texture and is durable against most wear and tear.
  • Birch - This light-toned wood takes paints and stains and features a uniform appearance.
  • Mahogany - This classic wood species fits perfectly in an executive office or high-end commercial building.
  • Cherry - This high-end wood tends to resist warping, lasting for a long time in an interior space.
  • Maple - This robust and dense wood's texture and light natural color can complement a traditional design aesthetic. It also takes paints or stains well to change its color.
Birch Rotary Cut Natural Wood Veneer
Birch Rotary Cut White Wood Veneer
Birch Plain Sliced White Wood Veneer
Cherry Plain Sliced Wood Veneer
Quartered Cherry Wood Veneer
Plain Sliced Mahogany African Veneer
Quartered African Mahogany Veneer
Plain Sliced Maple White Veneer
Maple Quartered White Veneer
Oak Plain Sliced Red Veneer
Oak Rift Cut Red
Oak Plain Sliced White Veneer Style
Oak Rift Cut White Veneer
Walnut Plain Sliced Veneer
Walnut Quartered Veneer