Nov 05, 2007 9:55 pm
I wonder if a door expert can give me some advice here.
A few of the doors in my house have a easily identifiable criss cross pattern showing throught the paint. It is obviously the core of the door.
On some of the doors it is not noticable at all but on others it really stands out.
Carlsisle Homes are looking into the issue for me but I would like to know if it is a manufacturing issue, a painting issue or a non issue...
Any help is appreciated.
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Re: Corinthian Doors - possible problem...2
Nov 05, 2007 10:36 pm
Does it show up in photos, can you show us?
Obviously a light sand isn't gping to fix it then?
Corinthian are pretty good i would think. Hopefully you can get replacement doors and all is well. Except for the wasted time....
Re: Corinthian Doors - possible problem...3
Nov 07, 2007 9:14 am
Have you tried ringing them Matt, ask them the questions of what is the reasoning for this to show up... Also is it just a single criss cross - as in what some one might put on the door if it has faults compared to the norm?
Or is it more grain orientated that is just showing up because Carlsile hasn't prepeared the timber door properly..
PS I also know I spelt Carlsile wrong, this way no asterixs ****....
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Re: Corinthian Doors - possible problem...4
Nov 07, 2007 10:25 am
Hey Matt, i think i understand what you mean with the doors. We went through some more display homes yesterday and one of them had a door with the criss cross pattern that i think you are refering to....
Being the pedantic people that we are, hubby called me over to check it out and said that it was the internal re-inforcement showing through the outer panels of the door and that could be a fault with their assembly process..... possibly being pressed too tightly on the door's cardboard honeycomb like skeleton.
Of course then i told him about your problem and he mentioned it "might" be the same thing - without looking at them of course.
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