|Height||1.8 ~ 3 meter|
|Width||45 ~ 120 cm|
|Thickness||35 ~ 60 mm|
|Panel||Plywood/MDF with natura venner, solid wood panel|
|Rail & Stile||Solid pine wood|
|Solid Wood Edge||5-10mm Solid wood edge|
|Veneer||0.6mm natural walnut, oak , mahogany, etc.|
|Surace Finishing||UV lacquer, Sanding, Raw unfinishing|
|Swing||Swing , sliding , pivot|
|Style||Flat, flush with groove|
|Packing||carton box , wood pallet|
What does a solid-core door mean?
Solid-Core Doors are made with a composite core and a veneer. They generally cost somewhere in between hollow doors and solid wood doors, and are a good compromise of budget and quality. The composite material in the core of these doors is super dense and offers superior sound reduction.
How can you tell the difference between laminate and veneer?
Here's a quick explanation of the difference between the two: Wood Laminate is a manufactured layer of plastic, paper or foil that has been printed with a wood grain pattern. ... Wood Veneer is a sheet or thin layer of 'quality-natural-hardwood' that is adhered to a lesser quality wood surface.
A wood veneer door is a cost-effective design that provides the same texture and appearance as solid wood doors. Our veneer interior doors include thin layers of wood that can fit your specifications.
Learn more about the common veneer doors we offer to find the right product for your inventory.