When decorating a home, few of us will pay particular attention to the doors which separate the rooms. As already built in, we take them for granted. That it doesn't have to be that way at all a large selection of forms, types, colours and shapes of interior doors shows this as well as ideas on how the interventions in this field can affect the entire interior. A good selection of doors is a necessity that brings major changes in functionality and style inside the building. Most of us after moving into a new space in which the doors are already installed do not pay the least attention to them and ignore the important role they have in the functioning of the entire building, primarily functional and then aesthetic as well. Style, materials, sound insulation or sound they produce are just a few of the points which are worth the attention. Each interior carpentry in its specification has a coefficient of the amount of sound that it leaks. This, of course, depends primarily on the material and the way they are made and for the rooms of special purpose it is desirable for this coefficient to be greater than the standard as is the case in business or commercial facilities, where it is desirable to separate areas or certain rooms and to sound isolate them so the work runs quite smoothly. In their form, there are several types of doors and the selection depends on many factors such as the user desires, space management, price and other characteristics. Sliding doors are usually made of wood, glass or they even string with mirrors. Many of them are used for closets which are already installed. That way they take up less space because the doors do not open into the interior of the room but slide along the walls.

In order to comply with the time, by which we mean the development of civil engineering, architecture, climate change, the need for sustainable development, environmental protection, long term solutions and lower costs, there was a need for the development of wood-aluminum carpentry. In fact, many studies have shown that wood not only has the highest thermal and sound insulation but it is a natural material which gives the most beautiful and the most pleasant interior atmosphere of residential or business premises. As such, the wood makes the perfect raw material for the production of carpentry. However, time has shown a major drawback of wood- its sensitivity to external conditions. Of course, proper maintenance can extend the product life. The example of this are numerous historical buildings. Only it should be noted, all this costs money and the question is how much it is worth. On the other hand, aluminum is a material that proved to be very resistant to weather changes, light and easy to use for all demanding architectural solutions, it seems ideal for modern and contemporary residential and commercial buildings. However, although a solid material, aluminum is a very bad insulator. Specifically, a large thermal conductivity leads to leakage of heat in summer and cold in winter, leaving doors and windows made of this material absolutely without their purpose. It is for all these reasons, experts have come up with the idea to combine these two materials and extract their best features. Due to the needs of modern society, in order to create better and more economical living conditions as well as the need to be in line with the times, this type of carpentry was created. A perfect combination that took the best from both materials. Endurance of aluminum and thermal conductivity of wood. Since in practice we very often make mistakes, it is important to emphasize that in the market there are: alu-wood and wood-aluminum carpentry, which are two different types of carpentry. Although they both have the same materials in their composition, alu-wood carpentry as the base (the profile) has aluminum, which is only coated with wood on the inner side. On the other hand, wood-aluminum carpentry as the base (profile) has wood, which is coated with aluminum on the outer side. When you are buying a product, you are buying it in order to perform the function for which it is intended and to last as long as possible. For this reason you should choose wood-aluminum carpentry. Excellent resistance to corrosion, high and low temperatures as well as the impression of being new regardless of the long period of use. Once you install wood-aluminum carpentry, the next two generations will be grateful to you. In other words, you will be remembered for good. Easy and simple maintenance on the one hand and the ability and availability of profiles in a variety of colours, contribute to easy integration with the surrounding architecture. You will not stick out in the surrounding but you will stand out by good.
Wood was for a long period of time the standard for the production of exterior carpentry. It was used both for the production of window frames and for the doors. In recent decades, in line with the development of architecture and building techniques and technologies, the need for other types of carpentry such as metal or PVC carpentry has appeared and wood has been pushed into the background for a certain period of time. However, in recent years in the world and in our country as well a striking trend of return of wood carpentry can be seen. There are many reasons to use wood carpentry. Wood is a natural material and if treated and maintained in a good way, it will reward their owners with a significant longevity and durability. Window frames and doors made of wood have always looked very attractive and this attractiveness in time endured so the wood carpentry is still a striking visual element on each facade. One of the advantages of wood carpentry is that different types of wood can be used for the production of carpentry and different wood types have different appearance. Fir, spruce, larch, mahogany and oak - all these types of wood have different color and texture that differs greatly. In addition to the natural colour and texture of wood, the possible carving and painting in various preservatives or coloring in a specific colour will provide the carpentry with a distinct look, which is its great advantage. Today's technology of wood carpentry production often involves factory protection of elements from which the carpentry will later be put together. This factory protection consists of special coatings and treatments that make wood more resistant to external influences. These additional layers of protection do not imply that it is not at all necessary to maintain wood but greatly affect the durability, strength and good appearance of wood carpentry over a long period of time. Another very important reason for the use of wood carpentry is the fact that wood has natural features which are extremely important for carpentry elements: it is an excellent thermal and sound-insulating element. Given the fact that wood is a natural material, it has the ability to "breathe" and thus wood carpentry plays an important role in maintaining optimal humidity in the house and makes a stay in the area enjoyable. Another great feature of wood is that there is no formation of cold bridge on the element of carpentry which means that a condensate, an unpleasant phenomenon often accompanied by the formation of mold will not form on the wood carpentry, which significantly affects the hygiene of premises and health of those who use that space. Wooden windows and doors are a classic that leaves no one indifferent. For traditional homes wood carpentry will be the only choice if you want to preserve the original character of the building and since they are extremely durable and if regularly maintained, they can last a lifetime. The advantages of wood carpentry are clear - it is aesthetically versatile, extremely durable and long-lasting, it can represent significant energy savings and what has increasingly come to the fore in recent years - wood carpentry is an environmentally superior choice. Wood lures with its natural characteristics - colour, pattern and texture, the feeling of warmth when looked or touched but also exceptional thermal insulation characteristics and environmental dimension.
Towards the warmer weather and the unstoppable arrival of the summer the time comes to think about unpleasant accompanying phenomena that go along with this time of year - mosquitoes and summer heats. During summer, mosquitoes and summer heats can impair enjoyment in this period in many ways. However, there are elements that can help to relieve the unpleasant effects of both summer "nuisances". In the fight against mosquitoes we can get great help from mosquito nets. These nets are hardly a modern invention, we all know them - we've seen them on the houses and the windows of our grandmothers and many of us have had the mosquito nets at our own homes, whether it was a house or an apartment. Classic mosquito nets were draped over a wooden frame and placed on the windows or doors. The ones on the windows could usually be opened and closed as needed but there were also those that were fixed and, once set, they were not taken off until it became necessary to repair or replace them. At that time nets were usually handmade by order and their appearance was dependent on the skill of the master. One of the most popular and most practical nets imitates the shutters. This mosquito net is installed like the shutters, above the window and, if necessary, can be put on the window or rolled up. This is very convenient because in our climate mosquito nets are needed only during summer - they are used seasonally. These roller mosquito nets can easily be rolled up during winter or on any occasion when we do not need them and left on the window until the next season or the following need - without having to be disassembled or stored for the period when they are not used while traditional nets often need this in order to preserve the element for the next season because if exposed to elements and weather conditions, they irreversibly deteriorate. With these roller mosquito nets this is something that you do not have to think about because when you do not use the mosquito net, it is safely stored in its roll-box. In addition to the roller mosquito nets in our market you can find more and more popular pleated-sliding mosquito nets. With these mosquito nets, the net is in the pleated form and slides on the upper and lower rail. This type is a lot easier to use, especially with the balcony doors where the pass frequency is high. Shutters have a dual role, which in summer becomes very apparent: their task is to protect interior spaces from the sun and weather conditions such as heat or wind. Sun protection can be important in order to achieve comfort in the area for two reasons: the sun does not wake up the users of the space and the interior is protected from excessive insolation and thus from the high temperatures during summer. When talking about other weather conditions, shutters which are placed on the outside of the window can provide significant protection against wind and storms and often against the rain. Shutters can provide protection against mosquitoes and other insects but often their efficiency in this case is not great and it is recommended to use mosquito nets even with the shutters on your windows.