Spliceply

Solid Panel Doors

Splice Panel doors are, and have been, very popular for quite some time. Their name essentially tells you what they are – the door is crafted not of one single piece of wood or other material, but instead is comprised of panels. Each of these panels will fit together in order to create the finished door. For example, a six panel door will be made up of six inset rectangles or squares within the door. You have likely encountered dozens, if not more, panel doors in your lifetime. These squares or rectangles can be raised or recessed in the door, which can have a solid wood core, or be comprised of wood and other materials in order to help the door be lighter. The panels are often surrounded by either simple or more complex stiles, rails, and mullions.

A door can have one panel, or it can have several. The door can also have glass panes, or lites, set into the wood as well in case you want to allow light through the door.  Typically, panel doors are used for exterior doors, but if you want a heavier door that can better deaden sound then you can have panel doors installed as interior doors as well.

Splice Panel doors are popular due to both design and the fact that their construction makes the door more rigid. If you choose a panel door, make sure to work with a good company that uses high quality wood, craftsmanship, and other materials to give you a door that will last for years to come.

Key Features

Crack Resistant

Impact Resistant

Abrasion Resistant

Scratch Resistance

Heat Resistant

Easy Maintenace

Moisture Resistant

Colour Fastness

Resistant to burns

Resistant to chemical

Solid Panel Doors

Splice Panel doors are, and have been, very popular for quite some time. Their name essentially tells you what they are – the door is crafted not of one single piece of wood or other material, but instead is comprised of panels. Each of these panels will fit together in order to create the finished door. For example, a six panel door will be made up of six inset rectangles or squares within the door. You have likely encountered dozens, if not more, panel doors in your lifetime. These squares or rectangles can be raised or recessed in the door, which can have a solid wood core, or be comprised of wood and other materials in order to help the door be lighter. The panels are often surrounded by either simple or more complex stiles, rails, and mullions.

A door can have one panel, or it can have several. The door can also have glass panes, or lites, set into the wood as well in case you want to allow light through the door.  Typically, panel doors are used for exterior doors, but if you want a heavier door that can better deaden sound then you can have panel doors installed as interior doors as well.

Splice Panel doors are popular due to both design and the fact that their construction makes the door more rigid. If you choose a panel door, make sure to work with a good company that uses high quality wood, craftsmanship, and other materials to give you a door that will last for years to come.

Key Features

Crack Resistant

Impact Resistant

Abrasion Resistant

Scratch Resistance

Heat Resistant

Easy Maintenace

Moisture Resistant

Colour Fastness

Resistant to burns

Resistant to chemical

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