Interior Wood Doors
Interior Wood Doors can add style and value to any home's interior.
The beauty of interior wood doors is undeniable. These doors can really enhance the look of your home's interior. Whatever your taste or budget may be, you can find the door that is right for you. They can range in price, hollow core doors are less expensive than hardwood doors. If expense is of no importance to you, go with the solid wood doors. You can find them in your favorite type of wood, mahogany, pine, oak or maple.
Interior Wood Doors have some advantages that you should consider.
Hardwood interior doors are energy efficient. Because of their excellent insulation qualities rooms can stay as warm or as cool as you need them to be.
A good quality door can withstand the tortures of everyday use. It's strength is one of its best qualities.
Wood doors are great for keeping unwanted noise or sound to a minimum. For example you can actually continue to get some work done in your home office while the kids play in the hall. What's good about this is that the noise will not be too distracting but you can still hear well enough to know what's happening on the other side of the door.
They are excellent at keeping intruders out of your rooms, or at least giving them a very hard time getting in. Paired with a good lock they would give them a really hard time.
However, like all wood doors they do need some maintenance. A good stain or paint should be applied to help them last a long time. You may not have to maintain them as much as an exterior door because since they are not be directly affected by the weather outside.
Types of Interior Wood Doors for you to consider
There are basically four types of interior doors you may be looking for, interior solid wood doors, hollow core wood doors, interior glass doors or louvered doors.
The first three types you may be familiar with. Louvered interior doors are doors that are made up of horizontal wooden slats. The best example I can give of this is your closet door. Louvered doors can be vented or false. Vented doors allow air to flow through them, false louvered doors do not allow air to flow through them. They are best use when you want the look of a louvered door but still want privacy.
If you browse the internet you can find many reliable companies that make their own product and sell direct to customers. I've found that most of them can customize their interior wood doors to any size or width that you may need.