Published at Thursday, May 31st, 2018 - 18:18:55 PM. . By Khaleesi Rinehart.
Door bottoms work by using a special mechanism that pulls the rubber bottom up when the door is opened. The rubber bottom then pops right back down just as soon the door is totally closed. It's the perfect choice especially when you have a carpeted floor on the swing side. Door bottoms combined with thresholds can form quite a good airtight seal. But if you don't want to see any transitions on your flooring design, door bottoms can perform well on its own.
Another attractive cellar door option is the glass door. It can be plain, etched or stained. Glass etching is the roughening of a piece of glass in selected areas to create a permanent design on it, thus creating an elegant look. Doors with stained glass are also attractive and can blend with any existing decor you have. Insulated glass compared to regular glass is ideal for doors because of its improved binding capacity and ability to control climate in a cellar.
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