The purchase and assembly of internal doors are - especially in residential construction - an investment estimated for several years; therefore, the selection of door leafs and frames in a well thought and conscious manner is very important. While selecting door leafs inside a room, you should take into account some essential criteria: visual appeal, colour pattern, and design pattern adjusted to the interior design, the structure of a leaf, opening pattern, and surface coating. The design patterns of internal door leafs are extremely rich and, therefore, it perfectly fits into both avant-garde interior arrangement trends as well as classic and timeless styles. Our offer features several models of glazed leafs with a different structure and glass transmittance; therefore, they can be fitted into any room. Glazing is not only a visually appealing feature, but also a very functional feature of door leafs; they let more natural light enter a room, giving them a proper look and nice feel.
The leafs of the internal doors are currently manufactured in several design variants and functions, and also from various materials - hence, it is where an essential division of interior doors stems from:
One-leaf doors remain the most often designed types of room closure, both in residential buildings and public utility facilities. Whereas double-leaf doors are used in the passageways of public utility buildings, and they are also installed in places like: conference rooms, restaurants, lecture halls, sports gyms, and auditoriums. In modern apartments with a proper square area, double-leaf doors are an interesting design choice, improving the optical perception of room spaciousness. They look very attractive in large apartments with a kitchen and a dining room, a hall and a living room, or as a separation of a room from a cloakroom. Most models of door leafs on offer can be manufactured in a double-leaf version – when it comes to side-hung doors, the opening side is important. The intermediate (active) leaf is the leaf that is opened first and is equipped with a handle and a lock, and the inactive leaf that is opened as the second one bolted to the ground and a doorframe crosspiece with shoot bolts and is additionally equipped with a strike plate to the active leaf lock. The interesting part is that sliding and folding doors can also be ordered in a double-leaf version (when it comes to folding leafs, these are four-piece doors). The offer of interior doors allows you to combine door leafs with various dimensions in any manner.
Users usually choose classic side-hung leafs, but more often, folding door leafs are mounted (often called cloakroom leafs). Leafs in sliding systems are also commonly used: both wall systems, as well as those hidden in the wall.
In terms of leaf edge finishing, we distinguish rebated and non-rebated doors. The edge of a non-rebated leaf is flat, and when it is closed, it completely gets into the door frame rabbet surface, owing to which the leaf front surface; after the door is closed, it is aligned with the door frame surface. Rebated door leafs along their vertical edges and the upper horizontal edge have a distinctive notch overlapping the door frame rabbet, and this causes that the door leaf front surface at the hinged side after it is closed protrudes from the door frame surface by the thickness of a rebate.
Some door design solutions require the use of non-rebated door leafs; these include sliding, folding door leafs, and leafs of side-hung doors with hidden hinges. Apart from the above cases, the choice between rebated and non-rebated door leafs is a matter of a person's taste; most models of door leafs found on offer are currently manufactured, both with and without a rebate. Particular interest should be paid to doors with a rebate manufactured in a non-rebated design, in which a leaf rebate after the door is closed gets into the doorframe rabbet.
Panel framed door leafs enjoy timeless popularity as a classic and universal structure. Such a door leaf comprises vertical and transverse elements forming a frame, in which filling is mounted as a door panel or glass pane.
Panel door leafs are designed on a wooden frame, forming a frame covered with HDF board on board sides finished with varnish, a proper scale board or veneer. Panel doors are currently more often chosen by investors due to their lower price and opportunity to choose a leaf filling in several models.
Full internal doors dominate in hotel facilities, offices, and educational buildings; whereas apartments are often equipped with glazed leafs, ensuring a proper inflow of natural daylight. The glazing of door leafs optically enlarges an apartment space. They do not only bring more light to a house, but also owing to their colour pattern and structure model, natural daylight gives rooms a unique atmosphere. As the filling for glazed door leafs is laminated, toughened glass form pieces are used and ornamental glass panes ensure both intimacy and an attractive design. Our interest should be focused on a frame door leaf with glass panes glued along the entire leaf height – the glass used in such models is subjected to the toughening process before it is glued into the door leaf structure. Currently offered filling types ensure not only a huge selection of colours, but also a degree of glass transparency; whereas fully transparent glass panes guarantee the highest light transmittance, and the feeling of intimacy are ensured by ornamental and tarnished glass panes mounted in doors.