Pine trees grow at fantastic rates, and as such they provide an affordable and sustainable source of timber. Growing so quickly, the wood fibres aren’t as densely packed as they are in other timbers, and thus the material is lighter and ‘softer’.
It’s commonly used in doors thanks to its excellent shape-retaining ability; it won’t warp in the same way that other, inferior, timbers might. This means that you won’t have to put up with cold draughts creeping through the ever-expanding cracks between the door and the frame, and you won’t need to worry about the door catching against the floor as it changes shape.
But the greatest strength of the material is undoubtedly the way it looks. Properly finished, a high-quality pine door of the sort you see here is sure to provide class to just about any building – and it’ll do so without compromising on functionality. By applying a coat of paint and primer, or a suitable polish, you’ll be able to match your door precisely to your tastes and existing décor.
If you’re shopping for fire doors, and you aren’t quite sure whether pine, oak, walnut, or white primed is the right choice, then why not get in touch? Our team is friendly and incredibly knowledgeable, and they’ll be happy to address your concerns, and point you toward a door that’s right for your property. Contact them, either via our contact form, or by phone.
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