solid-core door

solid-core door

A wood flush door having a solid core of lumber or particle-board, or one consisting of mineral composition. See also: Dutch door

solid-core door

A door having a core of solid wood or mineral composition, as opposed to one of hollow-core construction.
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Needless to say, I've installed a new solid-core door.
The workbench counter is made from a solid-core door. Driving home one night, we spotted a stack of short 2-by-4s.
* Specify a single, solid-core door held tight to its threshold and jambs to reduce sound transmission rather than using the gap under the door for passive air return.
A solid-core door makes for a stiff, flat work surface.
Such a door will operate just fine, most manufacturers say, but a basic hollow-core door doesn't add much visual appeal and provides few to none of the sound-blocking benefits of a solid-core door.
Fazio specified a 3-foot, 6-inch-by-8-foot solid-core door and then had a craftsman fasten strips of the maple wood flooring material to both sides.
You can turn almost any hollow- or solid-core door into a handy work surface or extra table with STRUTS the New Sawhorse.
The drawer can be opened through a cutout in the solid-core door. For contrast, the drawer front is made of Honduras mahogany, while the door is lighter sycamore.
Buy a solid-core door rather than a flimsy hollow-core door for the top.
31 Cut the window opening from a solid-core door and nail thin stop inside the cutout to support the window sash.
Look for a flush, solid-core door with the jamb attached, A heavy, sturdy solid-core door provides a strong attachment base for the bench legs and is tough enough to take a pounding.
(1) Install a solid-core door with vinyl weatherstripping and a bottom sweep and threshold.