Wooden oak doors antiqued




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For manufacturing doors of natural oak trees of the age of 150-200 years are chosen. The preparation of wood play an important role to build doors and the method of gluing solid oak is no less important. After assembling the array of oak is primed and polished with a special solution. Then, it is etched by stain and is painted with clear lacquer. Thus the natural beauty of the material is emphasized and pattern of a leaf becomes brighter. The main advantages of such doors can be shown.

Doors made of natural oak are very resistant to mechanical influence.Ecological cleanness of materials. Oak is an ecologically clean product that does not emit any toxic substances, which is very important when installing interior doors, both at home and at hospitals, schools and kindergartens.Long period of use. Doors made of oak will last a very long time, and in the operation they practically do not lose properties such as reliability and durability.Improved sound insulation. Unlike other types of wood oak is much denser than the rest by the composition, so sound passes through it much worse. Due to this quality, they are well suited for installation in bedrooms, children’s rooms, as well as in offices that require peace and quiet.Elegant appearance allows them to fit perfectly with the surrounding decor.

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