Until you actually have to select the door leaf yourself, all doors are just doors. They are supposed to close and open, and they might just as well look good while they’re at it. When you have to buy one, however, you are suddenly faced with many questions. One of them is: should I buy a modular door?
Modular meaning what, exactly?
As the name itself suggests, modular doors consist of modules. Doesn’t sound very neat? Reminds you of furniture from a regular chain store? Nothing could be further from the truth. Modular doors are designed for customers who want their doors to last many years. They are durable and offer good acoustic performance because of the way they are designed. They consist of two vertical stiles (which is why they are also referred to as stile and rail doors), the top rail and bottom rail and the infill. This adds up to 5 modules or parts, which is why modular doors are also sometimes referred to as
5-piece doors. With such a massive frame, the leaf is guaranteed to be very stable. You can see right away how strong, heavy and robust these doors are.
Modular doors are one of the most popular models, which is why they are regarded as a best-seller by many retailers. They are more expensive than flat doors, but the higher price means higher quality. We recommend them as the best choice for your dream home or apartment if you want to buy doors that will serve you for many years and continue to look good throughout this time, keeping you safe and effectively separating the individual spaces of your home from each other.
Modular doors = wide range of designs
Another advantage of modular doors (stile and rail doors, 5-piece doors) is that they are available in many different designs, which is why they are well-suited for the most demanding customers. That is because the glass and other forms of infill of modular doors are not installed using a glazing bead (which is less durable and not as elegant). Instead, they are installed already during the assembly of the remaining parts of the door. This significantly improves the durability and stability of the door leaves.
Just about any colour you want
The INVADO range has approximately 30 collections of modular doors available at all times. The frame of each door can contain several different models – solid doors or doors with partial or extensive glazing. This way, you can customise your door to match a specific interior, maintaining a consistent style throughout your home. Also, the individual collections are available in several types and with several dozen colours of veneer and various designs (from the classic look through modern, minimalist and Scandinavian designs to more rustic versions), presenting you with virtually limitless options to choose from to match your personal taste and the look of your dream space.