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Internal and External Doors

Internal and external doors serve distinct purposes in building design, each tailored to specific functional and aesthetic requirements.

Internal Doors: Internal doors are primarily used within the interior of buildings to delineate spaces, provide privacy, and enhance sound insulation between rooms. They come in various styles, materials, and designs to complement the overall interior decor. Common materials for internal doors include wood (such as oak, pine, or mahogany), composite materials, and sometimes glass panels for a more open feel or to allow light transmission between rooms.

External Doors: External doors, also known as entry doors or exterior doors, are designed to provide security, weather protection, and aesthetic appeal for the main entry points of buildings. They are constructed to withstand outdoor elements such as rain, wind, and temperature fluctuations. External doors are often thicker and more robust than internal ones, commonly made from solid wood (such as oak or mahogany), fibreglass, steel, or aluminium. These materials offer durability, security features (such as reinforced cores and sturdy locks), and insulation properties to maintain energy efficiency within the building. External doors may feature decorative elements, glass panels for natural light, and weatherstripping to prevent drafts and water ingress.