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Hinged Doors

Hinged door is the most common door and has been in existence for a lot longer. A hinged door traditionally has 2-3 hinges on the vertical long edge of the door and is either left or right-handed. A hinged door can be fitted to swing inwards or outwards. The illustration on the right, shows a left and a right-handed inward swinging door.
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Hinged door is the most common door and has been in existence for a lot longer. A hinged door traditionally has 2-3 hinges on the vertical long edge of the door and is either left or right-handed. A hinged door can be fitted to swing inwards or outwards. The illustration on the right, shows a left and a right-handed inward swinging door.


Hinged door works on a force being applied to the free, outer edge of the door pushing or pulling the door open, allowing it to swing on its hinges up to 180 degrees to create an opening and allow people to pass through the doorway. This requires clearance space behind the door to allow it to swing open freely. Most hinged doors either swing either inwards or outwards, although hinges are available that allow them to swing both ways (for example, those used on the doors to kitchens in restaurants). The side of the door that needs to be pushed or pulled in order to open the door is referred to as the 'handing' of the door.


Advantage

·Mostly cheaper because they are more common

·Less maintenance

·Easier to install

·A greater selection of handles

·A greater variety of styles

·Cheaper to install

·Easier to maintain

·One side can be used for attaching robe hooks or belt & tie racks

·Greater range of locking systems


Disadvantage

·Less aesthetic if a sleek look is required

·Takes up more space

·Can be affected by wind if not restrained

·Can be a safety hazard if left ajar

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