Laminate Door

A laminate door is a type of door that is covered with a layer of laminate material. Laminate is a composite material
that is made by bonding together multiple layers of paper or fabric with a resin. It is commonly used as a decorative
surface for doors, countertops, and furniture.

Laminate doors offer a cost-effective and versatile solution for achieving a wide range of aesthetics without
compromising on durability and ease of maintenance. They are a popular choice for those seeking both practicality
and style in interior design.

A laminated door is generally made of wood (MDF, strong plywood, solid mahogany or other timber) for stability,
compressed with another filling material such as cardboard or porous particleboard. The door is then finished with a
layer of laminated plastic which gives it the protective finish. The layers are fused together using high pressures and
temperatures in a man-made process. 
These layers create a strong product that’s built to last and can withstand high impact and high traffic environments
- perfect for hallways, living areas or commercial buildings. They still feel sturdy like heavyweight timber doors, but the c
ore is lighter than a traditional wooden door.
Depending on the structure and materials used, different laminates can also offer different levels of soundproofing and

-Man-made and ready to hang
-Durable and resistant to scratches and stains
-Waterproof and decay proof
-Easy to clean and maintain
-Huge amount of choice for colours and finished effects
-Cost-effective and easy to produce