Different Kinds of Exterior Teak Doors
You can use teak to create captivating and safe French doors, single doors, double doors, and even Dutch doors if this style fits the style of your home or meets a need you have in a door that opens only from the halfway point up. But teak also adds a gorgeous aesthetic to doors with many panels, whether they are wood or glass inlays that allow you to see out. You can choose from a variety of glass types that will allow in beautiful natural daylight while still delivering a private setting within your home.
The Incredible Assets of Teak Wood
Teak is uniquely qualified above many other exterior wood choices because of several naturally-occurring assets it offers. From water resistance to being able to handle all manner of temperatures without warping or cracking, teak promises to last for years to come. What's more, teak also is naturally immune to termites and wood rot, making it a wood choice for exterior doors that will truly last decade after decade — and with very little maintenance required. All it needs is regular polishing to keep its luster, but if you miss a month or more, resilient teak will still be there when you return to polish it.