door. Thursday , March 23rd , 2017 - 10:19:19 AM
As the timber frame is often fairly flimsy, extra pieces of timber have to be built into the door for fixing locks and door handles. The extra material is called a lock block. Some doors have lock blocks on each side; others have only one -so you have to be careful when hanging the door to make sure you fix the hinges to the correct edge of the door. New doors should have a stamp on one edge showing the location of the lock block. On some very lightly built doors, blocks are also provided to assist when fixing the hinges, and external doors have blocks and wide rails for fixing letter-boxes find out exactly where these are before buying the door.
Durability is an important factor while choosing an interior door and they should last as long as the external ones. Do not compromise on the quality of material for your interior door.
If you're choosing interior doors for a more contemporary scheme, you'll find them in cherry, poplar, oak, hickory or walnut, among other woods. Many home builders are opting to use materials other than wood, though, and glass or metal doors are also popular. The style of the door should complement the style of your decor, experts agree, and you'll find such a variety of styles that choosing interior doors for your home may be almost mind-boggling. The various standard styles include those with two to eight panels, raised or flat panels, and French door styles. Add to those cafe doors, bi-fold doors, bypass doors and pocket doors, and you'll have a wide variety of interior doors to choose from for your new home.
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