What Advice Can I Give My Customers Concerning The Correct Care And Treatment Of Timber Doors On Site?

3 April 2014

When supplying internal doors to a newly constructed building, it is advisable to instruct your customer in good practice that will ensure the good performance of the doors.  A major issue with new build is the amount of moisture that can be present due to all the wet elements such as floor screed and plaster.  It would be best to hang the doors late in the build programme, but often they are taken by the customer and hung in the drying building. Best practice is to supply joinery where the timber has a moisture content close to the expected in service conditions.

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