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Masonite® molded panel interior doors are the industry benchmark for all composite wood doors. These doors utilize a composite wood construction that results in a more durable door, resisting warping, shrinking and cracking better than a solid wood door. Masonite molded panel doors come primed and ready for painting with either a smooth or a textured finish and are available in either hollow core or solid core construction for weight and feel of solid wood. The door facings are constructed with by-product wood chips reflecting Masonite's commitment to environmental excellence. Choose from traditional designs in the Masonite® Molded Door Series, updated classics in the Masonite® Anniversary Series, or the ultimate in composite wood door design in the Palazzo® Series. [url=]composite door panel[/url]

The Plasway Composite Door is available in White, Red, Blue, Green, Black as well as two wood grain finishes – Light Oak and Rosewood and fitted to a quality Rehau 70mm fully reinforced White, Light Oak or Rosewood outer frame. All Plasway composite Doors are complete with a Paddock multipoint locking system and a choice of entry thresholds including the Part M compliant Low aliminium wheel chair friendly options.

Specialising in bespoke doors for the home improvement market supplied to an ever growing list of customers through out the UK Plasway Composite Doors are becoming recognised for the quality and service the company has founded its reputation on since 1986.

The development of these twin web sites for Composite Doors and Door Panels is to open a wider level of market penetration for Plasways Door Panel and Composite Door products and encourage the use of the Internet for instant access 24 hours a day to the frequently asked requests for information the office receives on a daily basis.

Woodshades Composite Fencing comes in distinct colors. Slight color lightening over time is a normal occurrence due to exposure to ultra-violet (UV) rays from the sun. Woodshades fencing contains UV inhibitors that limit this lightening so your fence maintains that rich woodshades multi-chromatic look. [url=]composite fence panel[/url]

Qizhen composite fencing has been around for about 7 years. When they first decided to make composite fencing they consulted contractors around the country to get their input on design. Together they came up with the design for Qizhen Seclusions. It's made to mimic a wood privacy fence. It uses the top and bottom and top rail design, the interlocking panels, and other features common in a traditional wood privacy fence.

The interlocking panels also give Qizhen its unbeatable strength. When your fence has an impact or faces high wind, the panels distribute the weight evenly to avoid individual panels chipping or breaking. You can see evidence of what high winds can do to a lower quality fence by looking at vinyl fences after a windstorm. They'll have holes, nicks, or in some cases be completely blown over. The final thing that the interlocking panels does is make it a "neighbor friendly" fence. Basically, this means that the fence is the same on both sides. This feature qualifies Qizhen composite fencing for installation in many HOAs across the country and it makes it perfect for government projects, private businesses, or anyone looking to add curb appeal to their property. Also, other composite fence companies use a traditional dog ear model for their fence. If you want your fence to have this look you will have to pay extra.

Another feature is the strength in the bottom aluminum rail. This rail provides strength against warping and twisting. Traditional, dog eared wood or composite fences do not have the reinforcing aluminum rail. This makes them much more prone to warping. It also adds even more strength to the fence. Because of the aluminum rail and the interlocking design Qizhen Seclusions has been rated to withstand constant winds of 110 MPH and gusts up to 130 MPH. This makes Qizhen the strongest composite fencing available.

One of the biggest complaints about composite fencing is that it fades in color. Other companies address this by putting in UV blockers into the pigment, however, this often leads to the color flaking off. It also doesn't completely stop the fading process, it only slows it down. Qizhen brings a unique solution to the problem of color fading. They intentionally overpigment their fence color. After a few weeks the sun has bleached the color as much as its going to and you are left with the color that was intended by Qizhen. [url=]anti slip tiles[/url]


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