By Marquita Sanford. Door. Published at Friday, November 10th, 2017 - 09:34:18 AM.
Oak interior doors may be solid wood or wood veneer, both of which alike give the home a classy look. And there are choices between raised panel patterns, and flat panel patterns, raised and fielded panels, within each of which there are choices in the number of panels available, ranging from one to eight or even more. Besides the variation in panel numbers, there are arched panels, eyebrow shaped panels, classic eyebrows etc, which add to the elegance of the oak interior doors.
Let's run through the many advantages of composite doors. These doors are made from glass and aluminum in combination with other materials. Composite doors are more durable than their wooden counterparts. Even doors made from the best possible wood are not termite resistant and tend to wear off with every passing year. Their polish and gloss seems to loose any shine. Over exposure to water tends to rot wooden doors. Once they wear off the only option is to replace them, which is again a costly affair. On the other hand the composite doors are not only durable and strong buy also retain their beauty and strength.
Versatility: Fiberglass doors are very versatile. They can be either factory-finished or factory-primed. Doors that are factory-finished may be stained to match the wood products around, or in, your house. Factory-primed doors are ready to be painted with an exterior grade oil-based paint. Due to the fact that fiberglass doors don't swell or shrink during changing weather conditions, the finish lasts up to three times longer than it does when applied to wood doors.
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