Kerri Vargas. Door. October 04th , 2017.
Oak has been mythologically and historically popular. Long before oak interior doors became a fashion stamp, oak tree has been considered the tree of doors according to Celtic mythology. There have also been individual oak trees that are historically important. One example is the Royal Oak where King Charles II of England had hidden in the 17th century during the Battle of Worcester.
Composite doors are much secured than the wooden doors. If you are serious about the safety of your house they are the best option. Burglars and thieves can easily break down wooden doors but it is indeed difficult to break through the invincible composite doors. The cost of maintenance and repair of a wooden door is much higher and over the years it becomes a recurring cost. Composite doors are known for hassle free maintenance as they are termite resistant, and can survive all types of weather. It is much easier and lighter for your pocket
They also work to keep out the cold and keep in the heat. And by keeping the warmth in your home, they help lower heating costs. In fact a composite door can retain up to six times as much heat as a wood door does. Meanwhile in summer they keep in the cool and keep out the warmth.
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.
Another major quality of composite doors is their superior insulating qualities. While the GRP outer skin offers style and durability, the inside of the door consists of polyurethane foam. This offers a high degree of both sound and heat insulation. This insulation means your composite door will keep out annoying street noise and make your home quiet.
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