Wooden doors are very durable and therefore make an ideal investment for many generations.
Buying doors made of natural wood you can benefit on a variety of finishes available, including the possibility to change the finish after some time of use. Also in case of surface damage, the wooden door can always be sanded, patched or repainted.
Note also that the uniqueness of wood is also apparent in its health qualities. The properties of wood have a significant effect on the control of the interior microclimate. Furthermore, the abundance of wood species in terms of hardness, shrinkage, photosensitivity, strength, colour and grain made it a unique material, which also guarantees satisfaction for long years.
They can be made from spruce, pine, oak or meranti.
Spruce, the most used essence, ensure a good thermal transfer coefficient, due to its specific density, with a satisfying resistance, greatly improved by treating it with special additional components.
Pine, besides its pleasant look, ensure a higher resistance to humidity.
Meranti, as an exotic essence, is widely used, due to its homogeneity and resistance.As a medium density essence, meranti shows special advantages, a good thermal transfer coefficient and a higher mechanical strength.
Oak, very tough, is also very used for entrance doors.
Other exotic essences can also be used for special projects : okoume, doussie, iroko, etc.
Aluminium threshold in the bottom part.
Installation depth of 68 or 78 mm.
Modern design available or historical one, with ornamental bars or additional profiles on the glazing.
Wide range for finishes.
Thermal insulation coefficient – U value
Uw up to 0.95 W/m2K (according to the essence of wood, configuration, dimensions and type of glazing)
Maximum space for glazing: 28-38 mm (double or triple glazing)
Wind resistance (according to EN 12211:2001)(deformations in the frame): Class C
Wind resistance (pressure test): Class 4
Water tightness (according to EN 1027:2001): Class E900
Air permeability (according to EN 1026:2001): Class 4