The Romula collection received its name from the entrance doors of the legendary Temple of Romulus in Rome. The temple doors are made of fine bronze and decorated with a simple but bold geometric design. Different variations of the gate are available, which allows them to fit into any interior.
The doors of Romula are made of 100% oak wood and are very popular. Oak products are the most durable because this tree is famous for its hardness and excellent sound insulation. Purchasing doors from oak guarantee you to invest in the future. Given the modern finish, you get an interesting interior detail that adds a certain gloss.
Door construction: 100% solid oak, 0.13-inch plate, solid oak panel.
• wooden oak solid beads with 5-layer coating, water-repellent coating, and landscaping,
• each door has its own unique number that can be seen on Icon at the end of the door and in a separate product certificate to the Eye.
Satin Glaze - Milling Simulation is a transparent polymeric coating applied to the satin glass. Stained Glaze - Simulated Stained Glass Filled is a contour of the polymer coating and the filling layer. Facet Glaze with Rails - Facet is a technology of decorative edging. During the procedure glass or mirror facet of certain width are cut at an angle. Graceful lines of glass products with facet look particularly noble and give doors a unique appearance.
If the product is suitable it will rise smoothly, without any gaps, but not so tight that it would be difficult to operate it - even a child should be able to open and close the door. It is easier to work with pre-deployed doors because they built into the doorway and a frame installed around the door, unlike the door of the plate. But, in any case, such a design must meet the requirements. Usually, a 1/2-inch distance is required on both sides for the gaskets between the jamb frame and the rough hole, so that it could be possible to adjust the door during operation. In order for the door installed correctly, contact the manufacturer.
Matching Jamb and Casing
The finish of the door, or what usually called a carpenter, is a flat part that closes the doorjamb and space between the divider and the doorjamb. To each door, we have a restrictive appearance of the frame, and we select them considering the way that the completed look would be in agreement with the inside outline. The width of the body of the door is 3 feet and is usually less than 1 9/16 inch. In most cases, it is 8 11/16"long, which corresponds to the length of general interior doors.
The width of the body of the door is 3 feet and is usually less than 1 9/16 inch. In most cases, it is 8 11/16"long, which corresponds to the length of most doors.
Extension Jamb Set
A more noteworthy number of contemporary houses have a specific thickness of dividers, while in more seasoned houses thicker dividers likewise tend to change the thickness from one end to the other. For those cases, there are entryways with an isolated joint, the profundity of which can be marginally controlled. Another alternative is to make an augmentation of the doorjambs: hold one side of the doorjamb and measure the separation important to bolt the support from the contrary side. Then use a table saw to cut them to the required width, and attach the strips to the edges of the doorjamb.
Completing brightening adornments, for example, a rosette, a plinth, and a head molding give the door an entire extravagant look. The cast head additionally incorporates an assortment of beautifying, completing components and is made of wood or MDF. The head part plays out an only enriching capacity and can be in varieties of shape and string.
Packing & Shipping
delivery set: polyethylene film, foam pads on the perimeter, corrugated box molding package: set in a polyethylene film, corrugated cardboard
Product's SKU: romula1-chestnut
|Design||Mirrored, Glazed, Framed|
|Size||36"x 80", 32"x 80", 28"x 80", 24"x 80"|
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