Door Design. Thursday , March 01st , 2018 - 16:56:50 PM
Residential doors include Bi-fold, Pocket, Sliding and French doors. The choice is yours depending on the possible locations and functions of the doors mentioned above. There is a variety of local and foreign interior door manufacturers. Most US manufacturers use American Red Oak, Knotty Pine, Cherry and Maple timber. Each of those materials has its distinctive coloring and grain. Italian door manufacturers use mainly high quality wood, but on demand can provide high quality synthetic finishes, too. The wood for Italian doors comes through a process of strict verification procedures on origin, fiber structure, maturity and texture of the material.
Interior folding doors seek to address the space issue described above, by folding the door in on itself somehow, rather than it swinging out into the room. The other side of the coin is that this most commonly means that some space in the doorway itself will be occupied by the folded door, so you need take into account whether this will be acceptable. Owing to the fact that they usually travel along a groove they could also be called 'sliding doors', although see the main section on sliding doors below for an overview of the differences. Here are some basic varieties of internal folding door:
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.
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