Solid Hardwood doors
This type door is made from solid hardwood throughout, including rails, stiles, and panels that fit inside them. These doors are often the most costly, but they also last the longest.
Hollow Core Doors
These aren’t hollow, but they do have a honeycomb center that’s glued onto the exterior of a frame. The honeycomb provides some rigidity and allows for surface veneers.
These doors can be made from wood, MDF (medium density fiberboard), molded composites, foam, plywood or a combination of materials. These doors are often fire-rated to conform to building regulations. They can also be equipped magnetic locks, electrified locks or panic hardware.
A prehung doors manufacturer is one that comes ready to hang in the frame, and is already fitted with a strike plate and doorknob. It can be a more affordable option, especially when you compare it to slab doors that need to be hung from the jamb and painted or finished with drywall.
Panel doors are a traditional style of door that is often found in older homes. They can be made in solid wood or hollow core. They are an excellent choice for homeowners who want to give their home a country or rustic look.
They can be made from a variety of wood species, from inexpensive species to the finest hardwoods. Some of the most sought-after woods include maple, cherry, maple, and black oak.