About Corinthian Doors
As Australia's largest timber door manufacturer, Corinthian has taken its famous brand around the world, securing an international reputation for quality, innovation and design. Corinthian is now part of the JELD-WEN family, the world's largest supplier of timber doors and windows. Established in 1942, Corinthian has showrooms and manufacturing facilities in all mainland Australian State capitals. Its major manufacturing facility occupies a 4.5 hectare site at St Marys in Sydney's west. Corinthian has worked hard and long, since its foundation in 1942, to establish a reputation as a company with total commitment to customer service. This is a reputation Corinthian guards jealously. These key words are impressed on every employee, with the result that Corinthian customers know they can rely on prompt delivery, total reliability and consistent quality. Experienced and knowledgeable sales personnel are available to help with any enquiry, supported by computerised sales offices, warehousing and distribution systems. In Corinthian's extensive range, you will find door designs to suit every decorating theme and almost every architectural period, and to meet every budget requirement from low-cost doors to products for the luxury home market. An innovator in the door industry, Corinthian's development of ground breaking manufacturing technology has brought stylish doors within the price reach of the widest possible section of the consumer market. A key factor in the Corinthian success story has been the company's insistence on maintaining full control of all stages in bringing doors to the market, from the purchase of raw materials to timber processing and on through to final production. In creating outstanding products with the beauty of natural timbers, Corinthian is very mindful to ensure that environmental concerns are being met. As such, Corinthian only sources timber from countries that practice responsible forest management. Every door bearing the Corinthian name continues a long established tradition of real value for money.