What is torus architrave?
Torus architrave is a contemporary design that will add the ideal finishing touch to your door frame.
What is the difference between torus and ogee skirting?
The most distinctive difference between both is the shape of the curves on their profiles. Where a Torus board features a semicircular convex curve, the ogee makes more of a ‘wave,’ which is not symmetrical. Design-wise, an Ogee skirting board looks more ornamented than a Torus one.
Are MDF door linings any good?
And yes, it was less durable than solid timber. However, advancements in technology mean that MDF is becoming a “solid” contender amongst doorframe manufacturing, making it a reliable and cost-effective alternative to its natural wood counterpart.
Can I glue architrave?
Position the Architrave and press into place. The advantage of using the Grab Adhesive over nails is that fine adjustments can be made, essential when positioning architrave. The Adhesive ‘grabs’ the timber and holds it firmly in place until set.
Can I use skirting board as architrave?
So in short there are no major differences between architrave and skirting boards except the end finish. This is great as in most cases you can match your skirting board and architrave to achieve a complete look that’s cohesive.
Do you glue architrave?
Apply PVA glue to your top architrave on the end that will touch the side architrave. Hold in place and nail as you did the side, making sure the two pieces are perfectly lined up and you have your 3mm gap. For the remaining side, repeat this process but start from the mitre and work your way down.
Can you use MDF for a door frame?
However, advancements in technology mean that MDF is becoming a “solid” contender amongst doorframe manufacturing, making it a reliable and cost-effective alternative to its natural wood counterpart. Now, this doesn’t necessarily mean that MDF is better than solid timber; it’s just an option you should consider.