Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 11:23:01 AM. . By Genevieve Rust.
Engineered wood is made by bonding together wood strands, particles and veneers of wood using adhesives. This composite nature is what makes engineered wood so much more resistant to warping and shrinking. One type of engineered wood, which provides better insulation than normal wood, is Laminated Veneer Lumber or LVL. LVL is made by gluing together multiple layers of thin wood. It is a fairly new technology and only a few manufacturers use this in their custom wine cellar doors.
Door Sweeps or Door Bottoms? As part of your wine cellar door's weather stripping process, it should include a threshold system. Thresholds seal the bottom part of your doors. Sweeps are commonly used since they're easier to install. Sweeps are basically strips of a certain flexible material, like rubber, that are screwed to the bottom part of the door. They tend to drag on the floor a lot which is a problem because they're easily subjected to wear and tear. Door bottoms might be the better choice since they're just popping up or down, therefore there's no dragging on the floor.
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