From doors in private homes to restorations of doors at historical sites, Welch Millwork and Design will work with you to create a door that not only meets your specifications, but is also made from the best wood for the job and is sealed with the finest weather protection.

Private Homes

Front door of home in downtown Madison doors of house on Walnut Street in Madison

These are two front doors of private homes in Madison, Indiana. The image above, left is from the home of Bill and Claire Burchell of Madison, Indiana. I replicated and restored the entire unit, including the transom and side lites, with interior shutters to complement each individual lite of glass. The entire unit is made of solid red pine. The image above, right is of a set of double doors at 218 S. Walnut Street in Madison. The doors are made of quarter-sawn white oak, and the jambs from Douglas fir. Though a 19th century replication, each lite of glass is insulated, and the units have a 20th century weatherization.

Businesses and Organizations

Front door to Broadway Tavern Main Street doors to Trinity Methodist Church

The image above, left is the front door of Madison's Broadway Hotel and Tavern. Made from solid, quarter-sawn white oak, this door replicates its original 19th century design, but with 20th century weatherization. The doors to Trinity Methodist Church, in the image above, right are hewn from solid quarter-sawn white oak. The doors are styled to complement the gothic architecture of the church.

Historical Sites

link to Costigan House page of Welch Millwork and Design website link to Lanier Mansion page

The image above, left is the front door of the Costigan House in Madison. For more on the restoration process for this project, click on the image to be redirected to the project's page. The image above, right is the front door of the Lanier Mansion in Madison. For more on my restoration projects here, click on the image to be redirected to this project's page.

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