flush door

flush door

A smooth-surfaced door having faces in the same plane as the surface and which conceals its rails and stiles or other structural features. See also: Dutch door
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flush door

A smooth-surfaced door having faces which are plane and which conceal its rails and stiles or other structure.
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The flush door format also includes many external hinges with internal/concealed fixings to meet security needs, many are also available in stainless steel for robust anti-corrosion performance in heavy duty situations.
Commercial construction accounted for 66% of the flush door market and 80% of the stile and rail market, with institutional construction accounting for 31% and 19% respectively, according to the WDMA.
LEDCO is an interior flush door manufacturer that specialises in moulded, veneer, mirror, pine and bifold doors.
What was new in the early 1900s was higher quality plywood, which became the chief component in a new kind of door construction after World War I, the flush door.