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DOORS Chapter 16
Objectives Distinguish among various types of doors by their appearance and method of operation. Describe the construction of a door List possible treatments for interior and exterior doors.
Doors Necessary for connecting one area to another Protection & Privacy Contribute to the atmosphere of a room and give balance & design to the exterior of a structure.
Door Types Based on architectural style, building codes, costs, personal taste Flush Stile-and-rail Swinging Sliding Folding Garage doors
Flush Doors Flush- Hollow Core Flush- Solid Core Solid-core flush doors (especially foam-core ones) are commonly used as exterior doors because they provide more insulation and strength.insulation
Stile-and-Rail Doors Strong heavy frame around perimeter
Swinging Doors Placed on hinges so it swings out from the wall Most secure Dutch door Why was the Dutch door created?
Sliding Doors Set on a track and are opened and closed by gliding
Folding Doors Fold back into a stack when open Bi-fold Multifold Accordion
Garage Doors Overhead sectional One-piece overhead Wood Metal Fiberglass
Door Symbols Standard door symbols are used on construction drawings to communicate the type and locations of doors in a structure. See on p.310 Reference Packet