By Michaela Sorenson. Wine Cellar Door. Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 08:37:08 AM.
A wine cellar door comes in many different styles, colors and sizes that would fit your wine room and needs. There a lot of varieties you can choose from the market, from a wood door that would give your home a European feel or go for a clean and contemporary look using those glass doors or be creative enough and create your customize cellar door if you feel like giving your home the feel of antiquity.
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.
A great way to compare door types is to use a tip often employed by those seeking to get a new front door. Take a picture of your cellar opening and then substitute the doorway image with various images of wine cellar doors. You can easily find various images of them online. If that doesn't work for you, simply talk to a professional. Tell him about your home and the kind of ambiance you hope to gain through a good wine cellar door. He or she should have some great suggestions for you.
A pre-hung wine room door comes to you installed into a frame which you install into the entryway. Pre-hung doors speed up the installation process if you are doing the work yourself, but you may desire an extra pair of hands to help get the door in position and correctly attached. Some wine room doors contain optional wrought-iron attachments which are installed on top of your door after it has been installed in the opening, but these don't have anything to do with climate control issues in your cellar; the wrought iron add-ons are always decorative. If you add these ornamental designs, it is essential to fasten them safely to the door to eliminate the potential for damage to the finish of the wood.
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