Interior doors: characteristics of different types to choose from

In addition to their purpose of division and space management and isolation from the standpoint of noise and heat, interior doors have an important aesthetic role, taking part in all respects furnishing of the house.

During the purchase of the interior doors for the house you have to wisely assess the aesthetic appeal in addition to the purely functional point of view, to buy a product that fits harmoniously with the home environment.

Among the materials used to make the interior doors are set in a particular way as glass and wood. The wooden interior doors are usually available in different finishes and wood to fit any type of area, walnut, cherry, Tanganyika, wenge, zebrawood, teak, rosewood, teak and many other solutions.

The interior doors glass offer special brightness to the rooms that divide. They can be wrapped using clear glass, but also opaque, semi-opaque and satin, embellished with colored inserts or even embellished with decorations and screen prints of various types. The glass should be tempered, sufficiently robust and shock resistant, to ensure a certain level of security.

As well as on the basis of the materials, interior doors can be classified by reference to the type of opening in each. We can distinguish, in this regard, interior doors hinged, sliding interior doors (internal and external) and internal doors bellows. The hinged doors are interior doors classic, typically composed of several doors and mounted on hinges.

Easy to install, offer excellent performance in terms of thermal and acoustic insulation. The interior sliding doors are a type of interior door that is well suited to those who have limited space and is in search of an alternative to the traditional door knocker.

Distinguish two main types of internal sliding doors: the sliding doors external, which run in parallel manner to the wall for the presence of metal rails, and the internal sliding doors, which are inserted in the masonry or plasterboard through a metal subframe.

The internal sliding doors are characterized by a higher degree of thermal and sound insulation compared to those outside, while characterized by a more elaborate installation mode, which involves masonry work quite noteworthy.




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