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- Finding the best finish for oak doors
So, you have just bought a beautiful oak door and now you need to find the best finish to complete the look and provide protection to the oak. Picking a finish for your door can be difficult with a wide variety of oils, waxes and paints available for you to choose from. Depending on the door you have purchased different oils and waxes may provide you with a better finish
- How to Treat Your Oak Doors
Oak doors can give any home a new lease of life. However, after purchasing a new door, it is essential to treat and maintain it to preserve its quality and lifespan. Whether you are treating a brand-new solid oak door, veneer door or even a used door, you need to take great care to ensure your oak stays beautiful and remains strong throughout its life. Treating your door will allow you
- Door Furniture – Old vs. New
There are many options of door furniture available depending on the look you are trying to achieve. The exception to this rule is if you are looking for a cottage style effect and go for our barn/ledge and brace/antique style door. Due to the thickness of the door you are limited on what you can use. For this type of door we recommend the
- Ledged And Braced Doors: A Contemporary Classic
A classic example of a door that is chosen to suit a certain style of property that is experiencing a contemporary revival in all types of home is that of the ledged and braced door. Ledged and braced doors have been common in British homes for hundreds of years due to their simple construction. A ledged and braced door can be made from a few vertical planks of equal length with horizontal 'ledges' across them to hold them together.
- Why Buy Solid Oak Doors?
Solid oak wooden doors have been used in traditional and expensive buildings for hundreds of years, but these days purchasing a door in oak, maple, walnut or beech is seen as an investment for the long-term
- A Guide to Building Regulations for Doors and Historic Buildings
Many towns and villages have buildings that don’t meet the criteria for statutory listing, but they are of historical significance to the local area. They could be relatively recent 20th-century buildings or even street furniture and everything in between.