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As the materials we use for our doors are unique, so will the doors be but there are some standard sizes that optimise efficiency for material recovery and labour costs. Generally 36mm, 46mm, 60mm and 95mm are standard thicknesses. Standard widths range from 760mm up to 1200mm for Flush Panel doors and up to 1650 for Panel Doors. Heights start at 2040 and can go to 3300. There is a table at the end of this section which gives a range of sizes weights and fitting options.
Listed Below are the typical types of doors that we make and how we describe them. We have yet to find a door design that we can't make, so if you have something a bit special in mind, don't hesitate to ask.
Barn Doors is the name we give to simple "ledge and brace" (traditional name) doors as pictured below. Barn Doors are usually installed on Black Open Rail sliding systems as also pictured below, but can be installed on hinges for use as Gates/ Storm shutters or partition walls. These are solid timber doors and where added to the range to take advantage of the ready availability of old hardwood fence palings that would otherwise go to landfill or be burnt.
Image below is an Industrial/ Rustic Barn door. Wire-brushed and finished with matte Oil.
Typically Internal Use, but with appropriate timbers and finishes can be used externally
Typically 32mm thick, Solid timber frame with 10mm thick timber panelling and bracing
Weight Hardwood = 20kg/m2
Weight Softwood = 13kg/m2
Maximum weight per door for Open Rail Tracking 115kg
Maximum Width per door 1600
Maximum Height per door 2700
Price Guide Barn Doors only
Hardwood Raw (no finish): Rustic $240/m2, Scandi $350
Softwood Raw (no finish): Rustic $220/m2, Hampton $450, Scandi $300
Flush Panel Doors
Flush Panel doors (FPD) have planks of solid timber faces fixed to a Cross Laminated Core that depending on application can be solid or incorporate recycled cardboard to reduce the weight.
Our standard FPD's are suitable up to BAL 19 bushfire Zones and with Solid cores can be used up to BAL 40 Bushfire Zones but are very heavy.
Flush Panel Doors come in;
The image below is an Exterior Vertical Flush Panel Door, in blonde timbers with V-Grooving and Rough Sawn with Osmo Oil. With custom Jambs and Side light.
Base Price $2,700
Glass Inserts doors is a great way to bring light into the entry way of a house. Glass insert doors means the door and Jambs can be too full opening size. We do not supply the glass, but we do organise it all for you and fit it onto the door. There is no stranded glass size, the only constraint to the glass doors is the size of the timber frame, which is figured out by how big the opening is and how big the pieces of glass is.
There is Three types of glass insert doors we do;
Glass Insert Doors come in;
Base price $2,700
Shaker Doors have recessed panels or otherwise known as 'framed profile'. Essentially a Shaker door is a 3 piece door (or a 5 piece door). Each piece being a component of the door, i.e 3 piece door would be made up of 1x outer frame, 2 x flat panels.
Shaker doors come in;
Image below is a 7 piece shaker door - 1x outer frame, 3x glass panels, 3 flush panels, 6x sets of trims. This door was Hampton styled door, Wire-brushed and left Raw.
Same Door but opening Finished
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