Traditionally, doors have always been about wood. From the largest cathedral to the smallest of homes, wood has always been the material of choice. Then eventually, wooden doors begun showing drawbacks. Apart from being expensive, wooden doors also have the tendency to absorb moisture which can affect the quality of the wood. Depending on the type of wood used, it can also bow, warp, twist, bubble out, and fade as time passes by. On top of that, wooden doors also require regular maintenance, which adds up to the expenses already incurred by the rather costly purchase. This has been the situation for many centuries and wasn't really challenged until the emergence of new materials.
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