If you’re looking for new front and back doors for your property that are durable, look great, and don’t break the bank, then pine might just be the material that you’ve been looking for.
Pine is a softwood that’s often consigned to playing second fiddle behind it’s cousin, oak. Pine, however, is an incredibly versatile material which boasts both strength and a level of elasticity not often found in other woods. These qualities prevent the wood from warping and shrinking when exposed to the elements. If you like the sound of what pine has to offer, be sure to take the time to browse our selection of pine external doors below.
Pine is an easily recognisable wood due to its delicate yellow hue and distinctive knots and growth rings. Despite its pale colour, pine is actually a variety of redwood that is found predominantly in Scandinavia. The pine trees found in the UK are mostly referred to as Scots pine, to distinguish them from those found throughout Europe.
Pine is a popular material for both building and construction as well as furniture and is often used in the manufacturing of composite wood materials. It boasts a considerably cheaper price tag than oak and, as we mentioned earlier, possesses strength and elasticity that make it easy to work with, and sturdier than many of us expect. In fact, a solid pine door tends to offer better insulation performance than an engineered one, which makes it perfect for controlling noise pollution. It’s also lightweight, and easily worked with machines, making it suitable for carving extra-fine detail in to, and great for DIY projects!
Pine is also very quick to grow, making it easy to harvest while still maintaining a healthy population of trees. If you’re looking for a solution for your home that’s environmentally-conscious, a pine door might be just the thing you’re looking for.
If you’re unsure of your options, then why not get some advice from someone who knows what they’re talking about? Our sales team are reachable on 01205 363 999 – they’re knowledgeable and friendly, and more than willing to provide the advice you’re after. Alternatively, why not use our online contact form to drop us a message. We’ll get back to you with the answers to your questions and queries as soon as possible.
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