Nona Oneill. Door. November 16th , 2017.
Besides its strength, and resistance to sundry wood borer insects, oak has got rich and beautiful grain markings that make it aesthetically appealing to users. This aesthetic appeal is what makes oak interior doors the popular choice of lots of people. To get vivid grain markings, oak has to be sawn in a direction at right angles, or vertical, to the direction of the tree's growth rings. Any wood thus sawn is known as quarter-sawn wood. Oak wood thus sawn will have intricate grain markings and a rich finish and this is what makes oak most suited for oak interior doors.
GRP composite doors are also very attractive. You can get them in a range of styles, colours and glazing options. Whether your taste runs to modern chic, Edwardian or rustic cottage style, you'll find a door to suite your needs.
The Advantages of Composite Doors over Wooden Doors. When you are designing your house, think of switching over to composite doors. These doors are the in thing in home designing and are very much in demand-the reason being that they are much stronger, cheaper and better than the old wooden doors. Composite doors look like wooden doors but are very easy to maintain and are long lasting. Eminent architects and interior designers today prefer composite doors over the wooden doors.
The initial purchase of a fiberglass door can be expensive. With the numerous savings, though, it will quickly pay for itself. It is one of the best investments a homeowner can make.
For one thing, it's extremely strong making it ideal for use in items such as doors which get a few knocks during their lifetime. GRP doors will not warp, distort or peel and, unlike wooden doors, are impervious to termites and other pests.
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