Studio has a long history
as one of the Asian's leading manufacturer of custom made doors,
frames, windows and steel gates.
WoodLtd® doors and frames are
being mainly exported to USA, Canada, European Union, Japan and
WoodLtd® Studio is committed
not only to providing the best doors in the industry but also to
supporting its customers with dependable delivery and exceptional
Large Antique Door
Large Art Door
Large Artistic Door
Large Carved Door
Large Classic Door
Large Custom Door
Large Design Door
Large Double Door
At WoodLtd® we strive to
maintain the highest quality which is required in any of our
handcrafted products. Only the finest, premium and select kiln-dried
Burmese teak is used. We design and build custom made doors to your
individual specifications. We do not use any veneers in our
products. Every door receives the highest level of handcrafted
attention to detail marking our work with uncompromising excellence,
beauty, structural integrity & durability.
Our wooden doors and windows are finished to 1-1/8" featuring
mortise and tenon joinery. We manufacture wide selection of door and
window styles and welcome any customer's drawings for a quotation.
WoodLtd® takes great pride in
customizing each order. You can feel confident that every order will
be handled with the utmost personal attention.
There is an ancient tradition of door
and window production and wood carving in northern Thailand, using
prime quality local, Laotian and Burmese woods and highly
sophisticated wood-working techniques. Materials used are superb
quality solid woods and the workmanship is unparalleled by anything
which craftsmen in the West are still able to produce.
adds the benefits of modern management
to the ancient traditions of
Thai craftsmanship to bring you the
best in quality and value
our timber comes from renewable source. All doors are hand made by
skilled craftsmen who have carved teak products for generations.
Teak is not a rainforest timber, and is grown in deciduous forests.
Today, an increasing
portion of Teak comes from government-managed plantations. Each door
has a Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Chain of Custody (CoC)
certificate to guarantee the source was a sustainable plantation...The FSC is a
non-profit organization whose members include environmental and
social groups, and progressive forestry and timber related companies
who work together to improve global forest management...FSC endorsement of a
product indicates that the timber used to make it comes from a source
that has been certified by the FSC as being well-managed and meeting
sound environmental, social, and economic standards
Door and Gate Manufacturing In a class by
itself is the manufacture of reproduction period doors and
furniture. The best work in this field is of an extremely high
standard; and, although it often has to make concession to modern
materials in using solid wood (teak) for parts, it usually follows
traditional methods of construction, at least where visible machine
work would be obvious. On the other hand, all moldings are worked on
the spindle molder, and shapes cut on the bandsaw or jigsaw.
It is in this work that wood carving is chiefly used. Because of its
high cost, carving has largely disappeared from modern doors and
furniture, but to us, the manufacturer of reproduction doors and
furniture it is an obvious necessity. From early times and certainly
from the 17th century, wood carving has been a separate trade. A
highly skilled calling, it demands artistic sense as well as manual
dexterity. It has become divided into classes of which doors,
furniture and indoor decoration represent only one branch, with
further subdivision within the branch.
In the commercial grade of doors and furniture there is wide
variation in quality, from the lowest priced goods to high-grade
items in which individual hand workmanship is used for processes
where the quality would suffer if the machine were used.
Wood: the wood is kiln dried for 2 weeks to a moisture content of 10-12%
and has an additional week or so of "resting" to allow the wood to
reabsorb moisture in the air. This process ensures that the wood
regains its dimensional stability and will not warp or split. This
critical stage of reabsorbing moisture allows the doors to withstand
the rigors of climatic change
Carving and Sculpture is any
three-dimensional form created as an artistic expression. The term
sculpture also refers to the artistic discipline, act or art of
making sculpture, by the manipulation of materials or, in
contemporary art, by designating an object or even an act as
sculpture. The artist who does this is called a sculptor. Sculpture
is also the collective term for a collection or genre of sculptures.
i.e. Greek Classical Sculpture, or Exhibition of Sculpture. The
process of manipulating materials for sculpture is to sculpt. A
sculpted object or material has been worked to resemble sculpture
either by human hands or by nature. A figure or person can be
sculpturesque meaning that it shares qualities with classical
figurative sculpture or statue.