3 Professional Tips for Aluminum Door and Window Construction

Wooden doors and frames constructed from wood are the most common type of door and window construction. Wood has a natural tendency to expand and contract with changes in humidity, so wood doors and windows must often be allowed to air out for several days or weeks before being opened. This process is called seasoning

Wooden doors are often sealed with a varnish or oil finish, which helps protect the wood from moisture damage, reduces wear from rubbing against other parts of your home, and also adds color to the door. Wood can be painted as well; however, painting can dull the finish and stain will usually bleed through into other surfaces in your home

The majority of wooden doors have a single pane of glass that sits inside the frame above it. The glass pane is sometimes held in place by latches that slide down into channels cut into the frame around it. These channels help to keep rain out of your house while also allowing some light through when opened up all the way

Wooden windows often have multiple panes of glass layered on top of each other in various patterns depending on how much light they need to let in. They're sometimes painted or stained to give them more color or make them blend into their surroundings better than plain white ones would do

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