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Earlier, porcelain was associated with pottery. Indeed the first use of this concept and ceramics was in the field of pottery, where kilns were used to fire (treat with intense heat) and re-fire objects of clay that had been treated with glaze. The simplicity and cheap nature of this entire operation has led to a considerable advancement of ceramics. Porcelain is a ceramic that is made by firing clay in the kiln, with the heat rising as high as 1,400 degrees Celsius. This extreme temperature, successfully leads to the formation of glass and tough mineral mullite on the surface of fired object. The final appearance is translucent, glassy, and tough. These characteristics make the object durable and also attractive.
Re-facing is a cheaper and faster option compared to pulling down everything and starting fresh. It involves covering up your old cabinets with new ones and is completed in a day or two. The downside to this option is that though the kitchen gets a new look, the appliances and the cabinets still remain the same.
The door frame is generally made of hardwood coupled with UPVC (Unplasticized polyvinyl chloride) which makes the door frame rank high on durability. The hardwood composition is meant for the outer door frame, whereas for the inner door frame, the material that is employed is called galvanized steel. The composite door thermal efficiency is enhanced due to the polyurethane foam consistency and the use of Glass Resistant Plastic. GRP has the capacity to retain its color and enhances the appearance of the door, thereby giving a grainy wood-like effect. It has a highly resistant fiberglass available in variegated colors, together with galvanized steel that aids the door in sustaining the weather conditions preventing it from warping, expanding or contracting. Thus, the insulation that the door provides is par excellence. Due to the chlorofluorocarbon content in the door composition, the door keeps the interiors of the house warm during winters and pleasant during summers.
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