Doors Glossary

  • Doors used in the interior of a building which are either made from antique materials or designed to look like they are antique.

  • Doors at the front of a building which are arched at the top.

  • Garage doors which are designed to mimic the doors of the old carriage houses.

  • Doors designed to conceal an area used to hang clothes or store other belongings.

  • Any door used in a place of business.

  • Doors which allow entry into a place of business.

  • All the doors within a place of business which do not open to the outside.

  • Doors for the outside of a building which are designed to have a very modern appearance.

  • Doors for the front of a building which are designed to have a very modern appearance.

  • Doors for the inside of a building which are designed to have a very modern appearance.

  • Doors designed and built to meet the personal specifications and taste of the buyer.

  • Doors which allow entry into a place, designed and built to meet the personal specifications and taste of the buyer.

  • Doors on the outside of a building which were designed and built to meet the personal specifications and tastes of the buyer.

  • Doors which allow entry in a garage, designed and built to meet the personal specifications and tastes of the buyer.

  • Doors inside a building which were designed and built to meet the personal specifications and tastes of the buyer.

  • Doors which are inside a building which have designs, patterns or unique hardware to make them more ornate or interesting.

  • The process of sanding, staining and / or painting a door to create its final look; may refer to the product used on the door, such as varnish, stain, or paint.

  • The hardware which is attached to a door in order to open it.

  • The process of coating a door with a colored varnish or lacquer to create a desired color and look.

  • The material which frames a doorway, attached to the adjacent walls.

  • Doors on the outside of a building which are comprised of two doors which open either inward or outward from the center.

  • All the different designs, styles and types of doors, including how they may be used or placed, for the outside of a building.

  • Any door which is on the outside of a building, usually leading into the building; exterior doors are typically designed to withstand weather.

  • Any French style door located on the outside of a building, usually leading into the building.

  • Doors made primarily from glass which are located on the outside of a building, usually leading into the building.

  • Doors made from metal which are located on the outside of a building, usually leading into the building.

  • Doors made from steel which are located on the outside of a building, usually leading into the building.

  • Doors made from wood which are located on the outside of a building, usually leading into the building.

  • Any door made out of fiberglass material.

  • Doors made from fiberglass which allow entrance into a building.

  • Doors made from fiberglass which are located on the outside of a building, usually leading into the building.

  • A type of safety door which is designed to keep a fire from spreading; these doors can usually withstand extreme heat from a fire anywhere from 30 minutes up to 4 hours.

  • Doors with sections which open by folding, rather than by swinging on a hinge.

  • Doors for the outside of a building which open by folding, rather than by swinging on a hinge.

  • A set of doors in which one large single pane or multiple panes of glass, set within each door frame, make up most of each door.

  • A door which provides entry into a garage.

  • Any door made primarily from glass.

  • Doors made primarily from glass leading into a building.

  • Garage doors designed with special materials inside the doors which help maintain the desired temperature within the garage.

  • Doors which are inside a building which are made primarily from aluminum.

  • Doors which are inside a building (i.e., they are not on the exterior wall of a building) typically the doors between rooms or between a room and a hallway.

  • A door (often a set of doors) inside a building in which one large single pane or multiple panes of glass, set within the door frame, make up most of the door.

  • Doors made primarily from glass which are inside a building (i.e., they are not on the exterior wall of a building).

  • Panel doors (also known as stile and rail doors) which are inside a building.

  • Doors which are inside a building, situated to open up to a patio area within the building.

  • Doors inside a building which slide open and shut on a track.

  • Doors inside a building which are made out of wood.

  • A set of hardware for a door which is designed to lock and provide security.

  • Doors made out of Mahogany wood.

  • Doors made out of Mahogany wood which allow entrance into a building.

  • Doors made out of Mahogany wood which are inside a building.

  • Doors made out of any kind of metal material, such as aluminum or steel.

  • Any type of garage door made out of metal material.

  • Doors which allow entrance into a building, designed to have a contemporary / up to date appearance.

  • Doors made out of oak wood.

  • Doors with multiple components or panels of wood or other material which are designed fit together within the body of the door; sometimes referred to as stile and rail doors.

  • Doors which conceal a pantry area, typically in the kitchen of a home.

  • Any door which opens out onto a patio.

  • Doors which slide along a track and disappear into an opening in the adjacent wall.

  • Doors which come already connected to the door frame, including the hinges; these doors are ready to be installed in a doorway.

  • All the doors inside a home, excluding any doors which open up to the outside.

  • Doors which open rather than folding or swinging open.

  • Roll-up doors inside a building.

  • Doors designed in a country or rural style which allow entrance into a building.

  • Doors designed in a country or rural style used inside a building.

  • Doors which have a mesh material attached to a frame which allows air to flow through; the mesh is usually made from fiberglass or aluminum.

  • Garage doors made in two or more sections which open separately.

  • A locking door made from a very strong material, such as steel, which is designed to prevent a break in.

  • Doors used for a shower in place of a shower curtain.

  • Doors made from steel which allow entrance into a building.

  • Doors which are installed in front of an exterior door, designed to protect against harsh weather.

  • Doors made from upvc (unplasticized polyvinyl chloride) which allow entrance into a building.

  • Doors made primarily from vinyl material.

  • Doors made from wood.

  • Doors made from wood which allow entrance into a building.

  • Garage doors made from wood.


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