Without any doubt, the right kind of wood always adds worth and value and definitely uplifts the mood of the place. If you have your interior designing cap on, you can get very creative with different kinds of woods and how to use them all around your house and get just the perfect looking home. The character it brings out in unmatched, period. When thinking about your good front door and home entrance, nothing can add more look and beauty to your entrance than timber door. The natural wood grain is what brings out the mood and feel instead of the usual paint job. However sold you may be on the idea of getting a timber door installed as your front door entrance, we gathered few pros and cons for you to read first and then make your decision.
Pros of getting timber door installed:
The most standing out feature of timber doors Dandenong is definitely the wood grains, given the kind of wood you are using, you get a certain way of wood grain and hence, from achieving a sleek modern look to something teak, rustic, traditional you can get it all from timber doors. While these are two extreme ends of the kind of look you can get from timber doors, this doesn’t mean there isn’t an in between design for you when it comes for wood doors, you can get mahogany, knotty pine and anything else too! Furthermore, timber doors also comes with flexibility of customization and let’s be honest, we all dig that. You can get door panels or any kind of molding done in timber doors as well. In addition, when it comes to giving the finishing to the door, you are not limited to the natural grains, but can get it painted or stained, however you prefer, but if you follow the rule of thumb, we suggest you to stain it!
Cons of getting timber door installed:
Well, it is wood. It requires care and maintenance to keep it looking sharp, and maintaining its look, and obviously, with the right maintenance, the wooden doors also perform good. First and foremost, make sure as soon as the timer doors have been installed you immediately seal them, as wood tends to absorb moisture very quickly and if you miss out on this step, well, your door is gone as eventually the wood will swell up. In every few years you will have to get the stain or paint job redone so retouching the look, and similarly, you will have to retouch the seal of the wooden door as well. Doing so will avoid the wood being chipped off. And if you find your door being saggy, it should be a problem, as this can easily be catered through routine maintenance.