There are commercially made doors available with maple veneer in 1
3/8" and 1 3/4" (35mm and 45mm) at pretty reasonable prices. I'd be
surprized if a hollow core version would cost even $75 (probably
closer to $50 or less). A solid core version should be less that $150.
A fire rated door and jamb set could push that up a bit. If birch is
acceptable you might be able to pick the door up at the local big box
store for even less. Birch is one of the most common species for a
veneered flush door.
The doors should come with a five year warrenty if made by a reputable
firm. This would cover warp and delamination. I don't want to sound
too harsh, but it sounds like the advice you are getting could be
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