Weber Grain Technology is a patented process that authentically replicates any natural surface. The door process begins by hand selecting the most desirable wood pieces to build a real wood door. A silicone casting accurately picks up the finest details of the wood grain and is transferred into a door mold using our Nickel Vapor Deposition Technology. The mold produces fiberglass skins used on MasterGrain doors with random grain depths and all the natural characteristics of real wood. It is virtually impossible to distinguish between our fiberglass doors and a real wood door at 4 to 5 times the price.
- Cherry, known as a premium hardwood, prized for its natural luster, attractive grain, and rich warm glow. Native to North America, this elegant wood is a favorite and widely used throughout many homes. MasterGrain
Doors allow the homeowner to complete the cherry wood theme with its natural looking grain captured on a durable fiberglass door.
- Oak, native to northern hemispheres, is known for great strength, hardness with very attractive grain markings. MasterGrain Oak truly replicates this attractive grain with authenticity unmatched by any fiberglass door.
- Mahogany is considered the worlds premier exotic wood native to Latin America. With its fine texture, uniform to interlocking grain ranging from straight to curly, these irregularities produce highly attractive figures. MasterGrain produces the only Fiberglass Entry Doors available on the market today that has truly captured these most desirable traits.
- Fir has been repeatedly chosen by architects and engineers who look for the best in structural lumber. Its tight knotted and close vertical grain is also particularly attractive and appreciated by designers who understand
the importance of the finest appearance. Using the same grain technology, MasterGrain’s captures every bit of details from a distinctive fir hardwood and transfers it into its Craftsman door collection.