Woodharbor's Iowa manufacturing plant.

DENVER

- TruStile Doors, LLC, Denver, says it entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the door division of Woodharbor Doors and Cabinetry, Northwood, IA.

Expected to close by mid-March, the terms of the deal between the privately-held firms were not disclosed.

Woodharbor Doors will become a fully owned subsidiary of TruStile Doors, LLC; the Woodharbor Cabinetry operation will continue to operate as a separate company under current ownership and management.

TruStile says Woodharbor Doors' Iowa plant will expand TruStile’s production capacity, and broaden its product line. "The Woodharbor door business represents a very compelling acquisition for TruStile," says Scott Schmid, President and CEO of TruStile. "The product line expands TruStile’s addressable market for stainable wood doors and adds new capabilities such as furniture grade factory finishing to our offering."

Woodharbor Doors & Cabinetry, Inc. was founded in 1993 by former custom home builders Curtis, Dennis and Jon Lewerke. The Lewerke's previously manufactured cabinetry under the Fieldstone brand for the homes they built, eventually launching Fieldstone Cabinetry, Inc. in 1978  and selling it to Masco Corp. in 1985. 

Instead of mass producing unfinished doors and selling them through lumber yards, Woodharbor manufactures doors  to order  in oak, maple, cherry, hickory, birch, poplar, mahogany and knotty alder in hundreds of door designs that can be factory finished.


Founded in 1995, 250-employee TruStile Doors manufactures stile and rail MDF (medium density fiberboard) and wood doors for residential and commercial application in over 400 standard door styles. Its two manufacturing plants are located in Denver. 

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