Different types of doors are used in the construction of a house. And all of these types of doors have different characteristics, functions, and materials. During the construction of a house or any building, it’s important to know the type of door you’re getting installed. A flush door is one of the many types of doors usually employed for regular use. 

What Is a Flush Door? 

A Flush door is manufactured by sandwiching plywood or blockboard over a light hardwood frame and has perfectly smooth surfaces. Cardboard/hardwood is used to fill the space between these doors. Laminates or veneers might be used to finish them. These doors have excellent dust, heat, and noise resistance. They have basic facings on both sides of the construction and are simple interior and exterior doors. There are 3 main types of flush doors. 

The Three Flush Door Types and Its Advantages 

  1. Solid-Core/ Laminated Flush Doors  

This is the most popular flush door type. These are also referred to as laminated flush doors. Solid-core flush doors have solid blocks of wood inside, as the name implies. They are more durable and have excellent sound insulation. The stiles, top, and bottom rails of the laminated flush doors are all at least 7.5cm wide. Blockboard/Particle Board/Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF)/Laminated Core, cross band, face veneer, and other materials are used to make solid core doors.

Advantages of a Solid Core/Laminated Flush Doors 

  • Environmental changes do not affect solid-core flush doors
  • Environmentally friendly, waterproof, and sound insulators
  • More sturdy and can hold a lot of screws
  • Simple to clean and require little upkeep
  1. Hollow-Core Flush Doors

Hollow-core doors, as the name suggests, are hollow on the inside and have a honeycomb support structure. The stiles, top, bottom, and intermediate rails should be greater than 7.5cm wide, just like a solid core flush door. However, to fill space/gaps between stiles and rails, wooden battens are fixed to the rails.

Advantages of a Hollow-Core Flush Door 

  • Light in weight, making them simple to handle and install
  • Its surface can resist stains, scratches, and crashes
  • Comes in a variety of shapes and decorative coatings and are simple to install
  • Simple to make and inexpensive
  1. Cellular-Core Flush Doors

The cellular-core flush door frames are made up of plywood battens that are at least 25mm wide and are fixed together. The shutter is made by applying pressure on plywood sheets and facing veneers on both sides of the core. The plywood sheet thickness in this sort of door must always be greater than 3mm. These doors are heat and water-resistant because they have been chemically treated and vacuum pressed.

Advantages of A Cellular-Core Flush Door

  • Has a lockable space on both sides for ease of installation
  • Allows homeowners to modify their doors according to their needs and preferences
  • Has a lovely, warm, and historic look 
  • Demands less maintenance

There are numerous advantages of flush doors over standard doors. They have a slew of other features that set them apart from standard doors. They are attractive, traditional, and rich in appearance while also being affordable and low maintenance. If you’re looking to purchase flush doors from the best flush door manufacturers in Bangalore, reach out to a representative at AK Group’s Apple Plywood and we’ll deliver them to you! All our products are ISI, FSC and CVI certified!  Get a free quotation now!

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