TIMBER DOOR CONSTRUCTION
The range of timber doors from Doorview are wide and varying but they are generally constructed in the following ways.
DESIGN AND DETAIL
Door core - The core forms the bulk of the material of the door.
Lippings - The door core is surrounded by lippings attached to the edges, providing a protective matching edge (Lippings available on 2 or 4 sides).
Facings - The facings on either side of the door are bonded over the door core and lippings.
Various types of material are used to form the main elements listed above, dictating the performance rating of the door. Experts at supplying high-end products, Doorview timber doors are capable of the following:
Fire rating - Available with FD30, FD60 and FD90 fire rating.
Acoustic rating - Capable of achieving up to 38dB acoustic rating with the correct sealing specification.
Door thickness - Doors of 36mm, 44mm and 54mm thickness.
Door size - Available in standard heights (2040mm and 2340mm) and widths (726mm, 826mm, 926mm, 1026mm). Bespoke doors available up to a maximum of 2700mm high and 1200mm wide.