Browse Our Selection of High-Quality Interior Doors
Interior doors are important fixtures, not only for practical reasons but for aesthetic reasons as well. An interior door is usually the first thing one sees before entering a room, and a quality interior door will operate seamlessly, provide decent soundproofing, and look visually attractive.
Interior doors are not exposed to the elements, which means they can be made of materials that are thinner and lighter. We sell a variety of interior doors at our showroom and online, and many of our interior doors feature solid wood, MDF, fused triplex glass, and other attractive materials.
Call us at +1 (347) 916-0835 to set up a private viewing at our showroom in Brooklyn. We want you to be able to see and feel our interior doors before you purchase them.
Why Solid Wood Is a Preferred Interior Door Material
Solid wood interior doors are often regarded as utilitarian, but solid wood doors can be used in homes to help create both rustic and noble atmospheres. A door that's made of solid wood can be left in its natural state to highlight the look and feel of natural wood, or a solid wood interior door can be stained or painted.
Solid wood interior doors are often attached to bedrooms, bathrooms, and other rooms where soundproofing is a priority. Some other attractive qualities of solid wood interior doors are:
- They last a long time.
- They don't get dented, dinged, or damaged easily.
- There are a lot of woods to choose from.
- Solid wood interior doors can be fireproofed.
- Repairing solid wood interior doors is easy.
Why MDF Is Preferred
Medium-density fiberboard, or MDF, is becoming more popular. A lot of MDF interior doors incorporate panels while retaining a modern look. There are so many MDF interior door styles, and our showroom has plenty to choose from. MDF doesn't dent easily like hardboard does, but it's not as strong as solid wood.
It's lighter than solid wood, which means these doors aren’t prone to slamming in the way solid wood doors are. On the other hand, an MDF door may be blown open or closed by a big gust of wind. And even though they're thin, they still provide decent soundproofing.
Why Fused Triplex Glass Is Preferred
Fused triplex glass interior doors are preferred because they help create open and flowing atmospheres in homes and offices alike. These interior doors also incorporate wood and MDF, and they feature a frosty finish to perfectly balance transparency and privacy.
These doors are on the heavier side, weighing about 70 pounds. Their thickness allows them to provide decent soundproofing and there are more than 70 different models to choose from. There’s surely a fused triplex glass interior door for every kind of interior space.
Getting Interior Doors From Us
When you want to make our fine interior doors a part of your home or business, visit our showroom in Brooklyn. Or, of course, you can order our interior doors online and enjoy seamless checkout as well as fast shipping.