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Internal Door Posts
- Solid or Veneer - Can I Mix and Match?
Mixing and matching solid and veneer doors
So you have decided you want the beauty and character that only solid oak doors can bring to your home. Their solid construction and the stunning swirls of oak grain add a warmth and unique charm which only a natural material can offer. Continue reading
- Should I Opt for Pre-Finished Oak Doors?
Thinking of oiling your new oak doors yourself or would you like to skip the hassle and the doors to arrive pre-finished? The time has come to take the plunge and buy new oak doors. You’ve chosen your favourite style, and you’ve opted for stunning solid oak. But one final decision remains. Should you choose untreated or pre-finished oak doors? Here’s how to tackle that last question, with four simple points for your consideration.
- How To Build An Internal Doorway - Fitting Door Linings
This is the second part in the series on how to build an internal doorway. The first part was concerned with the creation of a doorway in a plasterboard wall where one currently does not exist.
- Why Choose Solid Oak Internal Doors?
The choice of solid oak doors is endless, there are so many designs available. Styles vary from traditional ledge and brace doors to the modern contemporary styles of door. We also see the traditional Victorian four panel and the six panel Edwardian oak door that look perfect in most homes. Oak internal doors, including French doors bring a classic rich beauty and timeless style to your home for that all important finishing touch. They have a beautiful natural grain, giving your room a clean stylish contemporary feel providing .........
- How To Hang An Internal Oak Door - Using Butt Hinges
Hanging a solid oak door is relatively simple. But hanging it wrong could cause the door to have gaps between the oak door and frame or the oak door to stick to the flooror frame which would cause issues with opening and closing properly. If it isn’t lined up properly the door will not latch or lock properly.
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