Krosswood Expands Partnership with Arizona Distributor

May 10, 2013
Companies

Krosswood Doors has established a distribution partnership with Architectural Elements of Tucson, Ariz., covering a territory across the Southwest, from Southern Nevada through Arizona and New Mexico. Architectural Elements is stocking the full line of Krosswood knotty alder doors and the new Krosscore wood veneered hollow-core doors, supplying slab-only doors, pre-hung doors and pre-finished doors.

“We have been very excited to strengthen our partnership with Architectural Elements, as they have continued to show a committment to the market and growing their capabilities and areas of service,” says John Brown, Krosswood VP of sales.

“We have always appreciated the consistent quality of the doors," says Aaron Sluder, Architectural Elements GM. "This has been vital to our success and growth. The partnership between us and Krosswood has made it possible to confidently expand our market presence and ultimately provide the best possible service to our customers and partners.”

Based in Bountiful, Utah, Krosswood Doors has been in business since 2004 with a focus on manufacturing premium wood doors at a competitive price. Its Krosscore door, available in cherry, red oak, mahogany and walnut, combines the cost savings of a hollow-core door with the look and feel of real wood, the company states.

Architectural Elements distributes doors, windows and millwork. Starting in a 1,200-square-foot office in 2005, the company has grown to a 40,000-square-foot shop with warehouse and offices, including a 4,000-square-foot finishing facility. The  company stocks more than 4,500 doors, as well as jambs, mouldings, hinges and hardware.