Wood has good sound insulation and thermal insulation capabilities, ensuring that the living space inside the house remains cool. This is because wood’s structure contains air pockets that inhibit the transfer of heat compared to other materials. Meanwhile, aluminum offers durability over many years without the need for maintenance.
Unlike architectural wooden door systems, wooden aluminum doors come in various frame thicknesses, including standard 65mm, larger 75mm, and a maximum of 92mm, which can be extended in depth along the aluminum panel to meet the specific requirements of different door systems for each project.
The outstanding advantages of wooden aluminum doors are as follows:
Using natural woods such as Oak, Walnut, Ash, and Teak to enhance durability and add elegance and uniqueness to the final product.
A diverse range of paint finish colors to meet all interior and exterior finishing needs.
Multiple color options for the aluminum panel.
The doors feature either standard toughened glass or double-layered glass.
Air-cushioned seals on the doors ensure complete coverage and smooth, quiet operation when opening and closing.
European standard accessories from leading global brands.
The wooden aluminum doors are made by treating and modifying wood in combination with aluminum, making the product highly versatile. It is typically used for entrance doors, windows, and balcony doors in projects ranging from small-scale residential buildings to larger establishments such as houses, cafes, restaurants, and resorts.