Painted Solid Hardwood Internal Doors Plain Solid Wood Door For
|Door leaf||1.Solid wood, such as Thailand Rubber Wood, Walnut, Sapele, Red
Oak, Rose Wood,Mahogany, etc.|
|2. Wood type: Thailand Rubber Wood, Walnut, Sapele, Red Oak,Pine,
Beech, Teak Wood etc.|
|3. Thickness: 40mm|
|Door frame||Solid wood|
|Architrave||Solid wood (Size:70*15mm or customized)|
|Surface finish||1. White Painting, Or Color Painting|
|2. Nature Veneer with painting / Artificial Veneer with painting|
|3. Wood grain heat transfer with painting|
|Painting||Paint directly on solid wood, or cover veneer and then paint on
|Perfect 6 layers painting (4 priming paint and 2 finishing paint)|
Single Swing Door: 2050*900*160mm or customized
Double Swing Door: 2300x1700x2600mm or customized
|Veneer||Cherry, Walnut, Red Oak, Teak, and so on.|
|Open Style||Swing or Sliding|
|Quality control||All the products must pass the inspection by our professional QC
team|How Can Wooden Doors Be More Energy Efficient?
- Buy a Draught Excluder
Draught excluders are a really cost effective way of preventing
heat from escaping from your home through your door. Heat can be
lost under the door, as wood is a natural material is reacts to
differing heat and moisture conditions. Simply place a draft
excluder at the bottom of your door and you can greatly help reduce
the amount of heat lost underneath it.
- Install a Door Curtain
Just as with your windows, curtains help keep the cold out and the
warmth in. A door curtain is a simple way to increase the energy
efficiency of your door, but also gives you more privacy too. Door
curtains are a simple addition to your home, especially if your
door features glass panels.
Wooden Doors vs UPVC Doors
So do the energy efficiency benefits of uPVC doors outweigh the
cosmetic and traditional benefits of wooden doors so much that we
should all switch to uPVC doors?
Energy advice experts YouGen state “A typical external door is broadly 1.7 sq m in area. A uPVC door
with a U-value of 1.8 will emit about 70W per hour of heat in the
coldest months. A solid hardwood door with a U-value of 3.0 will
emit 115W. It is not clear that it is worth putting up with all the
negative aspects of uPVC for that relatively small advantage.”
This shows that although uPVC doors are more efficient, the
efficiency gains aren’t actually that great.
This leads us nicely back to the original question of are wooden
doors energy efficient? Although not as efficient as other types of
doors, you can take steps to making your wooden doors more energy
efficient, meaning you can still enjoy all the benefits of wooden
doors without the negatives of heat loss.
How to get a sample from us?
- Section sample or complete door is available.
- Custom design/pattern is welcomed.
- Complete door with painting lead time: 20 days
- Complete door without painting lead time: 10 days
- Sample lead time: 15 days
- Sample cost and delivery freight: Charged by buyers