for interior doors
Options for mounting internal doors
Flush or rebated – how your doors are installed defines the effect they have! The mounting position defines the character of a door: Should it be mounted flush with the wall or in the centre? Should the frame encase the edge of the wall as with a door frame with lining, or be set into the wall as it is with the door frame with a post? Do fire prevention factors need to be considered?
Rubner Doors offers a wide range of mounting options to provide the ideal solution for the specific requirements of each situation.
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Things to consider
Requirements of the installation situation
In a rebated installation, the door extends above the panelling of the door frame. Flush-mounted doors, as the name implies, are mounted flush or level with the panelling of the door frame. If the door should be set exactly in the centre of the wall, the best choice is a symmetrical installation of the door frame with post. This makes the door appear to be set equally deep in the wall from the inside and the outside. When installing a door frame with lining, one side of the door appears to sit deeper inside the wall than the other. This also applies to an installation that is flush with the wall: Here the panelling of the door frame is level or flush with the wall on one side of the door. You can find examples in the image gallery and our catalogues, which you can download.
Doors that are rebated or in the centre of the wall break up the monotony of the wall more than flush-mounted doors, which is why they are particularly suitable for livening up long wall fronts. A flush or centre-of-wall installation appears cooler and more modern and thus fits best into contemporary homes. Download our catalogues for examples!