Door Design. Thursday , March 01st , 2018 - 14:58:10 PM
Although there are many choices in regards to the design of the door, there are basically three different types of interior doors that you can choose from in terms of materials - wood, uPVC and composite. Wooden varieties have been around the longest and are still a major hit with all types of homeowners who like to have a traditional look inside their homes. However wooden types do require a lot more maintenance than other types of interior doors, and they are usually more expensive. A more affordable alternative to wood is the uPVC door that is made out of strong PVC materials and costs much less than your typical wooden door. These are also available in a variety of styles for you to choose from and have a more modern look than many wooden varieties.
When choosing interior doors for your home or office, it is important to first think about the function that the door will operate. There is a variety of doors on the market for specific purposes: decorative doors, protection doors, as well as privacy and security doors. Decorative doors are usually installed inside homes as a barrier between the rooms or common areas that do not need security - for example, doors connecting the kitchen and a living room. The main purpose of a decorative door is overall attractiveness and being an element of décor of the house. Protection doors are usually the doors that connect the house or the place of business with the outside world and serve as a security measure to prevent trespassing and unwanted business to enter the premises. Security doors always have special locks and most of the times are made with heavy materials like solid wood or stainless steel for an additional sturdiness. Privacy doors are used to keep the noise and unwanted people away and to connect common areas like person's room, office or utility room.
Because interior doors are not subjected to the same elements as an exterior door may be (wind, water, sunlight, etc.), they won't get the same finishes. That doesn't mean they are any less strong and resilient. They are made to suit your home and the fluctuations that occur indoors rather than outdoors. These fluctuations are much less drastic, so even though the door doesn't get the same finish, it doesn't mean it is any weaker. Interior doors will last for many, many years - especially if you get them from a quality manufacturer.
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