What is a SLAB FRONT?
Slab fronts are types of doors used house fronts. These slab fronts range from those that are made from wood to those are made from metal and glass. There are various companies within the US now that concern themselves with the construction, design, and fitting of front slabs. Front slab related services have been there from time immemorial and the only thing changing is the techniques of construction and design due to the dynamic nature of fashion.
You should not remain stale and rigid to change. There is a wide variety of front slab designs to fit your house. You should however not wake up and at any given day pick a front slab for your newly built house without paying respect to some factors. You should consider the compatibility of your house with that given front slab you are choosing and therefore consulting would be necessary.
There are a number of factors to be considered before fitting a front slab to your house. These factors include the purpose of the slab, for instance, is it an interior or exterior slab. The second factor to consider is the material used in the construction of the house in question (brick, stone, timber etc.). Lastly, one should consider durability of the slab.
Slab fronts are therefore the front doors, and they should be strong to physical force and damage and also resistant to corrosion and all the wear and tear related to chemical compounds found within the ecosystem, water for instance. The compatibility of such doors should be seen in the light of how they march with the house in terms of color and patterns made within it. In regard to the material use in the construction of a slab front, this can be looked at in relation to aesthetics, strength, and usability. A usable and efficient door is on that is easy to open and close.
Care and Maintenance
Slab fronts need good care and maintenance for them to last longer and always remain adorable. We have noted that front slabs not only serve the purpose of locking us in or out the house but to also beautify the building. The color should then be maintained by regular painting done to keep the chosen colors in place. The patterns may have been engraved or stuck on the front slabs when these patterns are lost they should be put back in place as they have a purpose. Hinges and knobs need regular lubrication to avoid wear out through friction.