Wood Effect Composite Mahogany Hollow Core Interior Doors For House
|Type||Wood Veneer Door|
|Surface finish||Veneer with painting|
|Size||Standard size: 900*2100*240, or customized|
|Style||Classic Style, rural style, Europe style, werstern style ,Chinese
style and so on|
|Color||Red Or Customized|
Comparing solid doors vs hollow doors is an important consideration
with regards to your budget, when you consider that the average
home has approximately 20 interior doors. The makeup of a
hollow-core door is significantly different, with a honeycomb
cardboard interior encased by fiberboard, or veneer, compared with
the all wood composition of a solid door.
Hollow-Core Door Benefits:
. Cost less that solid wood doors.
· Lightweight makes them easier to install.
· Hollow core makes them less susceptible to expansion and/or
· Are often pre-primed making painting easier.
Hollow-Core Door Setbacks:
. More readily damaged.
· Harder to repair.
· Provide little in the way of insulation or noise reduction.
· Feels insusbstantial, which may turn off potential buyers.
Parts of a standard hinged door
Rails – The rails are the horizontal crosspieces which hold the door
panels in place. The centre rail is called the lock rail and is
usually thicker than the other rails.
Stiles – The stiles are the vertical crosspieces which hold the door
panels in place. The centre stile is called the muntin.
Panels – These form the main body of the door, filling the spaces between
the rails and the stiles.
Lites – These are small windows usually located at the top of the door
to allow light in.
Hinges – Attached to one side of the door, these allow for the door to
swing open and closed.
Handle – Attached to the opposite side of the door to the hinges, the
handle allows the door to be secured when closed and opened only by
using the handle.
Kick plate – If one is attached, this is located across the bottom third of
Transom - This is a bar of wood (or stone, or another material) that runs
across the top of the door frame.
Fanlight - This is a small window (or window-like opening) that features
above the transom. Fanlights are useful both for allowing daylight
in, and helping with ventilation.