door. Wednesday , August 09th , 2017 - 06:19:15 AM
To give a neat finish to the vertical edges of the door and to protect the edges of the panels, a narrow strip of timber is fastened to the door by a tongue and groove, or by gluing and pinning. This is known as a lipping. It is essential on external doors to prevent water getting under the facings and makes it easier to keep a neat edge when you have to plane off a little to make the door fit. On veneered doors the lipping is the same timber as the face veneer.
There is various styles available right from basic to ornate. Depending on what the friction hinge is holding and the weight, various styles might be more appropriate than others for precise applications.
Try to choose a light door over a heavier one. Not only are heavier doors expensive they tend to make noise while being opened and closed which isn't ideal for interior doors.
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