Introducing warp-free wood to the woodworking industry is a tough nut to crack because since mankind has begun to craft items from wood, it has been known that even though natural wood grain is so elegant, the fact remains that it continues to respond to the element even after the tree is harvested to be used as crafting or building material.
Of course, some wood grains have a greater propensity to move than others, and some designs can accommodate a certain degree of movement. For instance, the AIA allows for this movement in wood doors. If a door warps ¼” or less along a 7 ft. span, this is considered a straight, un-warped door. Manufacturers of door hardware, pre-hangers, and installers all allow for this element of moving doors considered to be straight.
That was prior to inventor Peter Sing’s introduction of his patented and patent-pending Warp-free Wood technology. Door configurations are made of warp-free wood panels, but Sing’s warp-free wood in also available in warp-free post and beam configurations as well.
You can see how this might affect the woodworking industry, a market segment that for years, many lifetimes, any idea of having a warp-free wood product would be inconceivable.
Yet, here the door industry is, embracing Sing’s warp-free technology wholeheartedly. The biggest and best door companies, millworks, and custom manufacturers or large, oversized doors, all rely on Sing Core to solve the problems associated with warping wood, which is particularly a pressing issue when considering whether or not to take on a project which features one or more really big doors.
The main concern is that those huge doors are going to warp, and everyone knows that. So, it is increasingly difficult to build and maintain customer confidence when you can offer a warranty on the entire project, except for this, or those large doors. Those will not be covered, and we don’t particularly want to be the ones tasked with servicing them. Then, the client is referred to a company which exists only to service and repair failing doors. Yes, this has created a whole new sub industry or door repair shops.
Now, there is a solution:
Now, the door companies who rely on Sing’s warp-free wood to solve the problems associated with warping wood doors can include those large doors, and cover them with their standard warranty. Let’s say their standard warranty is 10 years. No problem, because they are covered by Sing’s
50-Year Warp-Free Guarantee
Yes, wooden doors made with Sing’s core inside are guaranteed not to warp, bend, twist, or otherwise fail (including delamination) for 50 years. This kind of claim is unheard of in the wood industry, and no other Eco-friendly, lightweight, building material could come close to making such a promise.
And as these most prestigious architects, engineers, companies, and craftspeople know and confess,
“There is just no other way to do it.”
That’s what they all say.
Of course, many other things could be made of Sing’s warp-free wood, but large doors lead the pack, because the bigger the door, the more prestigious the project, but there’s only one way to keep it straight and true.
And accomplishing such a feat is not easy. Sing has an entire team, referred to as his True Flat Team, which reviews all the aspects of every door, including the proposed materials, the application, where the door will be located in the structure, and on the earth, and how its interior should be designed to accommodate its regular use.
And those really high-end projects and discerning clientele who only want the best, insist on having such precision Sing Core inside their doors which boasts .006-inch tolerances, besides being warp-free.