Experience Custom-Designed Wood Doors,
Cabinets and Millwork by River City Woodworks

River City Woodworks, based in Fernie, BC, builds handcrafted custom doors, kitchens, cabinetry and architectural millwork for homes throughout Canada such as Calgary, Kelowna, Regina, Vancouver and beyond as well as the Pacific Northwest United States. They have a first class reputation for providing quality work by skilled craftsman who take tremendous pride in their products and who are motivated by the pursuit of excellence in their craft.

A Reputation for Focusing on Customers’ Priorities and Needs

They have developed relationships with home builders, interior designers, architects and homeowners over the course of their 25 years in the business. Together with these partners, they have skillfully created custom products for beautiful homes while satisfying demanding standards and client deadlines.

The team at River City Woodworks knows the pros and cons of each type of wood, its best application, use as well as appropriate finishes and much more. You can feel confident that you are in great hands.

Traditionally Crafted Doors

Although the cabinetry and architectural woodwork that River City Woodworks builds is beyond beautiful, their doors are another aspect of the company’s skill set. Skill, precision and dedication to the craft is paramount in importance. We build our exterior doors with engineered stiles and rails. The laminated veneer lumber cores on these components are a superior approach to simply using lumber which can warp, split or twist over time. They have been lab tested and certified to meet the North American Fenestration Standard (NAFS) for solid wood doors allowing them to comply with building codes across Canada and the US.

Every exterior and interior door is completely unique and a reflection of their clients’ vision, and of River City Woodworks dedication to crafting beautiful, functional products designed to last for years.


Contact us today!

Email or call 250.423.3331

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