There are many options when it comes to office doors, but which one is right for you and your office.
The 32mm paint finish solid core door is the most cost effective type of door that can be hung in a Sydney office. We use solid core doors because they are the easiest to cut down on site as office ceilings are always at different heights and you would have noticed that unlike your home most office doors run from floor to ceiling. A solid core door also has a very good acoustic rating.
Prefinished doors are generally around 32mm to 35mm thick, they can be finished in a slightly dearer polished timber or even a cost effective laminate finish. The biggest advantage with the prefinished doors is that there is no painting on site.
Framed glass aluminium doors, whether they are sliding or hinged can add an element of sophistication to any office boardroom or workspace. They can help to make an office appear more open than it really is, however they are dearer than a standard solid core door.
Frameless glass doors offer a sense of style that is hard to match with other entry type doors if they are done properly. Whilst they are essentially the most expensive type of office door due to their toughened glass construction and cost of fittings and hardware, the look they can give to a reception or boardroom is stunning.
Special applications such as fire doors, security doors and sound rated doors, all designed to various Australian Standards to fit in with their intended application.
Most offices will incorporate many types of doors within the one fitout, the aim is to get the balance right and to use the right door for the right application.