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Types Of Interior Smart Doors:
- Interior Wooden Doors
- Interior Glass Doors
- Interior Fiber Smart Doors
Interior Wooden Doors
These are basic in their making and, as such, have no ornamentation or panels. They are a popular choice among those who like to keep it simple. Our handymen make the doors in solid and lightweight hollow-core form. Besides, you can get them in various finishes, including painted & stained wood.
Benefits Of Flush Doors:
- Blend well with your room design.
Laminated doors consist of blockboard wood or double-panel wood. In the first type, they have perpendicularly glued wooden strips for long-lasting stability. In the second kind, infill panels are cut to particular sizes & patterns between the rail & stiles. Note that the rails & stiles lie outwards. You can get Laminated Doors in various colours and wood textures.
Benefits Of Laminated Doors:
- Easy to clean
When HDF-moulded doors are combined with solid flush doors, the result is a Membrane Door. These are very solid, durable, and easy to maintain. Besides, don’t get deformed due to external factors like heat, cold, or rain. So, Membrane Doors don’t get contracted or swollen up due to extreme weather conditions.
Benefits Of Membrane Doors:
- Colours don’t get faded
- Give an antique look
- Resist abrasions
- Don’t get cracks
Instead of metal or solid wood, these doors have hardboard or similar materials & a series of designs pressed on their outer side. Moulded Doors mimic the look of a conventional stile & rail door. But these are available at more affordable rates and get built soon.
Benefits Of Moulded Doors:
- Significant cost savings
- Many design varieties
These are wood panels wherein sheets of wood veneer are layered one over the other. Thus, Plywood Doors are flexible and robust. A testament to this is the fact that plywood is used in the construction of ships and boats. Further, they are resistant to warping, cracking, twisting, or shrinking due to extreme weather conditions.
Benefits Of Plywood Doors:
- It can be easily polished or painted upon
- Can be cut in any shape
- Holds screws very well
Interior Glass Doors
These are sets of sliding doors attached by hinges & generally referred to as Folding Doors or Concertina Doors. The mechanisms of sliders & hinges are used in the opening and closing of these doors. Bi-fold Doors are suitable for compact spaces like bedroom closets, laundry rooms, kitchen pantries, & the like. You can also use them for small spaces that connect to outdoor areas like balconies, gardens, & conservatories. Bi-fold Doors stand out because of their streamlined looks.
Benefits Of Bi-Fold Glass Doors:
- Natural Ventilation
Pivoted Interior Glass Doors
These can be used in place of a traditional hinged door. They are generally bigger in width than traditional doors. You can get their mechanism set up in a way that they swing either or both inwards and outwards. The glass lends the living space a contemporary & luxurious aesthetic.
Benefits of Pivoted Interior Glass Doors:
- Make a unique design statement
- Allows for cross ventilation
Interior Fiber Smart Doors
PVC stands for Polyvinyl Chloride. This material is durable, doesn’t emit any harmful chemical fumes, and has insulating properties. You can get practically any interior door made from PVC—sliding, French, Bi-Fold, or hinged doors. Usually, our customers prefer white, but you can choose the PVC colour that suits your living space’s style.
Benefits Of PVC Doors:
- Energy efficient
Teak Wood Doors Interior designs£5.00 – £10.00 Select options
Sanmaika Doors£10.00 – £20.00 Select options
HDHMR Doors£10.00 Select options
Flush Doors£10.00 Select options
Membrane Doors£10.00 Select options
Mosquitoes Net Doors£10.00 Select options
Embossed Doors£10.00 Select options
Sal Wood Doors£10.00 Select options