Architectural Components, Inc.


We can build nearly any period or style of interior and exterior door imaginable. From simple hand-planed, style-and-rail paneled doors to high-style Georgian designs to monumental storefront doors, attention to period detail and craftsmanship is what make our doors special. Solid wood-paneled doors, French doors, Dutch doors, glass-and-paneled doors are all available in many styles and designs, material selection, glazing options and hardware.

Our exterior doors are often constructed with separate panels on the interior and exterior to allow for varying rates of expansion and contraction. Insulation can also be sandwiched between the panels to improve energy performance. French doors can be supplied with innumerable glazing options from laminated Restoration Glass™ to argon-filled, insulated Low-E glass. Doors can be purchased as door leafs only or pre-hung and weather-stripped, ready to install. Storm doors, screen doors and combination storm/screen doors are also available.

Salem Cross Inn

18th c. nine-panel meeting house door. Mortise and tenon joinery, hand planed, antique wrought-iron hinges and thumb latch. West Brookfield, Massachusetts

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Private Residence

Multi-pane true divided-light French doors with insulated glass. North Egremont, Massachusetts

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17th c. Dutch Door

Reproduction clinch-nailed board-and-batten Dutch door with sash in upper panel. Kingston, New York

Civil War-Era Warehouse

Pair of 5'x10' mahogany doors with mortise and tenon frame and vertical tongue and V-groove boards. The doors are hung on pintel strap hinges in granite jambs. Multi-light transom above. Charlestown Navy Yard, National Park Service, Boston, Massachusetts