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  • Creative Ways to Upcycle Old Doors

    To most of us, the door is just a gateway devised to protect us from the elements and enable us to be shut away from everything dangerous and unwholesome. Continue reading

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  • How to Fit Door Lining

    If you want to add a new doorway to your property, then you will need to make sure that there is a perfectly aligned frame in place for the door to hang upon. Fitting a door lining is a relatively easy process, and the lining can be used to make sure that the doorway is perfectly shaped and sized so that the door can open and close freely.

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  • How to Fit a Door Handle

    A DIY job almost custom made for a beginner, fitting your own door handle is actually rather easy once you know how. Fitting it yourself will not only mean a saving on labour costs, but will give that sense of subtle self-satisfaction that only DIY can truly bring. Follow the steps below and fitting a door handle should take you no more than half an hour.

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  • Veneer Snobs Take Note. Introducing Paulownia.

    Solid wood doors are considered to be the top of the tree, pun intended, when it comes to choosing the best build for hard wearing, stylish doors. However, discounting veneered doors is to discount any consideration for what materials the door may be constructed of behind the veneer.

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  • Ironmongery Finishes For Internal Doors

    Finishing your internal doors with the right door furniture or ironmongery is the last thing to do once the door has been fitted. There is a vast amount of ironmongery finishes and styles available in the marketplace - at your local ironmongery store and on the internet too. Styles available range from Art Deco, quirky, porcelain, crystal, nickel plate, polished brass, satin chrome and brass including cast iron, handmade designer italian ranges, and antique style. Some points and questions to ask yourself - including people who will be using the doors, before buying ironmongery could be...

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  • Types of Wood Veneers Available

    Wood veneer doors are available in various natural colours – Oak, Walnut, Beech and Pine wood veneers to name a few. Choosing and considering the right wood for your home may depend on your current décor or the overall look you are trying to achieve.

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  • What is a Wood Veneer?

    Wood Veneer is made from thin sheets of wood that are sliced from a log and used for decoration or construction (as plywood). Today, special cutting equipment can produce large decorative “leaves” less than 0.5mm thick. Traditionally veneers were produced by carefully sawing logs into thin layers about wood veneer3mm thick. Such saw cut veneers are still made today and are largely used in mass furniture and mass door production. Wood veneers are available in a range of natural colours and thicknesses.

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