Homoepitaxial growth, impurity doping, and diode fabrication on 4H-SiC(11–20) and (03–38) have been investigated. Although the efficiency of nitrogen incorporation is higher on the non-standard faces than on (0001), a low background doping concentration of 2∼3×1014 cm-3 can be achieved. On these faces, boron and aluminum are less effectively incorporated, compared to the growth on off-axis (0001). 4H-SiC(11–20) epilayers are micropipe-free, as expected. More interestingly, almost perfect micropipe closing has been realized in 4H-SiC (03–38) epitaxial growth. Ni/4H-SiC(11–20) and (03–38) Schottky barrier diodes showed promising characteritics of 3.36 kV-24 mΩcm2 and 3.28 kV–22 mΩcm2, respectively. The breakdown voltage of 4H-SiC(03–38) Schottky barrier diodes was significantly improved from 1 kV to above 2.5 kV by micropipe closing.