Environmental Friendly Oak Veneer Hollow Core Wood Interior Doors
|Survice Life||15 years|
|Door leaf||8mm MDF+Solid wood/particle board(hollow core)+ 8mm MDF (Thickness:
45mm or customized)|
|Architrave||Solid wood (Size:70*15mm or customized)|
|Quality guarantee||100% QC inspection before delivery|
|Logo||Can with your own logo embossed on the case|
Solid Wood Doors & Hollow-Core Doors
Whether you're upgrading the interior of your current home or in
the process of finalizing the details of your new build, you'll
need to make a number of decisions regarding fixtures and finishes.
While your choice of wall colors or drawer pulls may only have
aesthetic value, other elements can have a much greater impact on
your budget and environment, and ultimately affect the privacy, or
well-being of friends or family. Interior doors are one such item,
and careful consideration should be given when deciding between
solid doors vs hollow doors in order to maximize your comfort and
investment, without breaking the bank.
Solid Wood Doors
Interior doors are utilitarian, but that doesn't mean they can't
look good as well. For this reason alone, you may be tempted to
install solid wood doors throughout your home, for a richer look
and feel. Solid wood doors are made entirely out of real wood, and
may be embellished with architectural details, and can be stained
or painted as desired.
Solid Door Benefits:
. Excellent insulation and sound dampening qualities.
· Greater return on investment with potential buyers.
· Less prone to damage.
· An abundance of options with regards to wood type.
· Solid-core wood doors are also available in fire-rated models.
Solid Door Setbacks:
. Price, which can be 50 percent higher than the cost of a
· Prone to expansion and/or shrinkage due to fluctuations in
temperature or moisture.
· Added weight makes them more challenging to install.
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.
Hollow core door
Solid core door