Features

Hardware Bore

Bore refers to the preparation of your door for handle sets. A single bore is one hole for a single handle set with no deadbolt. A double bore is two holes for a handle set with a deadbolt. Clark Hall is able to customize your door for most hardware types

Insulation

Each Clark Hall door and jamb is insulated with high density polyurethane foam. 

Jamb

A jamb is the frame of your door. Clark Hall uses the same process used to make a door to make your door jamb. Each jamb is custom made to fit your door and your door opening. Typical sizes (or depths) for a jamb are 4 ½” for 2×4 framing and 6 ½” for 2×6 framing to allow for drywall and exterior siding.

Muntin/ Grill

muntin is a decorative pattern on a door consisting of horizontal and/or vertical bars that support and divide the larger sheet of glass into smaller panesClark Hall offers multiple muntin options including, modern, slim, chamfer, beauty mold and more.

Operable Glass

Operable glass opens independently from the door to provide easy cleaning of the glass, added security allowing the door to remained closed and only opening the glass, or just to let in the fresh air. 

Panels

Panels are the actual doors and the most important design element as they ultimately dictate the appearance of the door. Only Clark Hall offers the level of detail necessary to make these exceptional works of art. From integrated hand-forged decorative clavos to raised moldings and curved lines, solid panel Clark Hall Doors can be customized in any way and will always stand apart in the crowd. Door panels are 2” thick.

Pull Handles / Hardware

Clark Hall can forge custom pull-handles that can be added to your door giving you the look and feel that matches your desire.  

In addition, Clark Hall recommends EmtekLongLeafRockey Mountain hardware, but can build doors to accommodate most hardware preferences.  

Scrollwork

Scrollwork includes fancy design spirals and rolling incomplete circle motifs, that Clark Hall will customize to look traditional, ornate, or anything in between.

In addition, Clark Hall recommends EmtekLongLeafRockey Mountain hardware, but can build doors to accommodate most hardware preferences.  

Shapes

Our doors have three main styles: Square top, Eyebrow, Round top. The window unit in your door may also be customized: Square, French, curved top, etc.

In addition, Clark Hall recommends Emtek, LongLeaf, Rockey Mountain hardware, but can build doors to accommodate most hardware preferences.

Elliptical

Eyebrow

Half Round Top

Square

Sidelight

Sidelights are the windows that flank either side of your entry door. You can add one or multiple, and customize the size, shape and glass type to complement your Clark Hall door.

Sweeps

Sweeps are the insulation that seal gaps between the bottom of your Clark Hall door and the adjustable threshold.

SDL Glass

A simulated divided-light (SDL) door has single pane of glass that simulates multiple panels of separated by muntins or grills. This a more popular design and manufacturing choice.

TDL Glass

A true divided-light (TDL) door has multiple panes of glass that are truly separated by muntins or grills.

Transom

Transoms are windows above your door. You can add one or multiple, and customize the size, shape and glass type to complement your Clark Hall door.

Threshold

A strip of composite forming the bottom of an entryway and crossed when entering through your door Clark Hall uses a composite adjustable threshold with a custom shape based on size of jamb and door swing direction.

Welds

Excellence is in the details and in this case integrity of the door as well. Clark Hall doors are hand made with welding that is made to flow and continue the design of the door, rather than spot welding.

Weather Stripping

Weather Stripping is the seal around the door and the jamb. Clark Hall uses a professional grade material that matches the quality of the doors.