Monday, December 17, 2012

4 things to consider when installing wooden doors



Many of the things we use are made of wood. This is because the timber is a solid material which is made of important substances, such as cellulose fibers, wood rich in lignin and voltage, which also increases the compressive strength. This wood makes the perfect material for things like boats, furniture, homes, decks, fences, gates and more.

A wooden door class and elegance can be added easily at home and, in turn increases the value of your property. In addition, the installation of a door of his home also offers privacy and security for the whole family.

Unfortunately, buying or installing a wood door is not as easy as it sounds.

1. Budget

The first thing to consider is your budget. This will determine the type of wood you need as well as the design and finish of the port of purchase.

2. Wood Type

There are two types of wood that may be used for doors, hardwood and softwood. Blanda is less expensive and easier to work with than hardwood. Before buying a material for your project, ask your timber supplier on what material is best for your driveway. Ask how durable than wood, the special equipment needed for the screws and hinges for wood screw and if it is resistant to insects, decay and putrefaction.

3. Door size

Major roads require larger ports and longer. If your door is more than 3.5 meters, additional support is needed for the ports as metal brackets that contribute to the preservation of the stiffness and deformation doors or preventing sagging.

If you want automated, you can choose from a swing or displacement. Please note that you must have enough space for opening doors. Moreover, the sliding doors require security guarantees to prevent accidents.

4. Maintenance

Typical wooden doors should be polished every 3 to 4 months. You should also check the locks, hinges or automated components for damage.
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