Published at Friday, 28 June 2019. Cabinet Knob. By Ame Koch.
Size matters, so measure the opening very carefully before ordering to avoid a costly mistake. Standard off-the-shelf wooden doors, the most economical option, are available in a range of widths (usually between 30 and 36 inches), and most of them can be trimmed to fit – but check first, as this is not always the case.
Instead of ordering double glazed bifold doors and then adding blinds as an afterthought it is wiser to order such doors with integral blinds for a neater, smarter and ergonomic solution that looks neat as well. Manufacturers of quality bifold doors incorporate the blind into the glazing, fitting it neatly inside the frame so that it does not become an obstruction when one opens the door or gets in the way or gets tangled up and damaged in the process. The blinds are cut and precisely fitted inside the sectional frame to conform to the size of the glass glazing and the mechanism is neat and integrates well with the overall structure. Such integral blinds work smoothly and never get in the way of closing or opening the bifold doors.
While buying wooden flush casement windows and front doors, it is also important to consider their thermal qualities. The ones that have heat mirror and Argon gas may be preferred over the ones that have low E coating. The performance and quality rating may also be evaluated. These properties of doors and windows offer good insulation and hence help in lowering the electricity bills.
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