Pros and cons of veneered doors

Pros and cons of veneered doors Doors made from natural wood are valued at all times. They are characterized with high reliability, ecological friendliness, high quality and perfect exterior. However, processing of natural wood and further manufacturing of door require implementation of complicated technological processes that lead to high price of such doors. That’s why veneered internal doors are very popular among customers because it is an excellent option of price/quality ratio.

Types of veneered doors

Made from artificial veneer

Artificial veneer is a special paper with pattern of door texture applied to its surface and treated with melamine resins. Externally such coating is very similar to natural wood, but service life and ecological properties are much inferior to natural material.

Made from natural veneer

Natural veneer is produced from thin cut-off of wood 0.4-1 mm in thickness and 15cm in length. Natural veneer is more robust and durable than artificial, that's why Varadoor company uses natural type of veneer.

Advantages of veneered doors

  • democratic price and excellent quality;
  • reliability and environmental friendliness;
  • resistance to variations of temperature and humidity;
  • use of veneer allows to produce doors of various colours and tints;
  • veneer of natural door has unique pattern that’s why the texture is not repeated on doors;
  • in case of mechanical damage these doors are easily repairable.

The only disadvantage

of veneered doors is that texture of coating is non-uniform. However, if professional and qualitative approach is applied to production, then this problem is avoided.