Ogee moulding are traditionally used to create a panel effect often seen on internal doors; it is an “S” shaped bead that runs inside the interior panels of the door and the frame.
Dowelled mortice and tenon construction
The mortice and tenon construction of doors comprises two components: the mortise hole and the tenon tongue. The tenon, formed on the end of a door panel, generally referred to as a rail, is inserted into a square or rectangular hole cut into the corresponding door panel. The tenon is cut to fit the mortise hole exactly. We then glue and dowel the tenon into place to achieve a sturdy and long lasting door.
Glulam is a type of structural timber product comprising a number of layers of dimensioned timber bonded together with durable, moisture-resistant structural adhesives.
By laminating a number of smaller pieces of timber, a single large, strong, structural member is manufactured from smaller pieces.
This ensures solid wood board is stronger, more durable and less likely to warp or change shape over time.
24" x 78" (610mm x 1981mm)
27" x 78" (686mm x 1981mm)
30" x 78" (838mm x 1981mm)
33" x 78" (838mm x 1981mm)
MTM (Made to Measure)
Please note that the made to measure prices are for doors no larger than 900mm wide x 2200mm high. If your door is larger than this then an additional cost will be charged.