2 visitors on line

klein1.jpg
klein2.jpg
middel2.jpg
groot2.jpg

Date & Time in Bali

CURRENT LOCAL DATE AND TIME IN BALI:

Thursday, 9th April 2020
12:09:12 am

Previous page

NOTE: The article below is solely intended for our visitors who wish to buy one of our prefabricated houses. We do not sell the doors separately

 All of our windows are made from properly kiln dried genuine tropical Camphor hardwood. On special request we may use different materials such as Bangkirai, Merbau, Teak, Mahogany or Meranti.


DUTCH STYLE DOORS 

A Dutch door, stable door, or half door is a door divided horizontally in such a fashion that the bottom half may remain shut while the top half opens. The initial purpose of this door was to keep animals out of farmhouses, or keep children inside, while allowing light and air to filter through the open top. And when the top half was open they also allowed the breeze, but stopped the wind from blowing street and lawn dirt into the house. This type of door was common in the Netherlands in the seventeenth century and appears in Dutch paintings of that period. They were also commonly found in the Dutch cultural areas of New York and New Jersey before the American Revolution. 

The Dutch door has no standard sizes but is made in accrdance with the required dimensions (custom made).


DOOR OPTIONS (both exterior and interior). 

 DU-1  DU-2 DU-3 DU-4a DU-5  DU-6
DU-1 DU-2 DU-3 DU-4 DU-5 DU-6

 

We also produce doors in accordance with your own design or picture.

 

Reviews from Bali Prefab World

"Stunning web site............".
Review from: Mr. Hans Schroeder, S-Africa
Project: Wine tasting kiosk + cafetaria for Stark-Conde winery at Stellenbosch
Date: 28-10-2014
Rating: 5 out of 5.

Read more testimonials from Bali Prefab World: click here
Dear Visitor, In order to show proof and evidence that these testimonials are genuine you may send us an e-mail with a request to provide the e-mail address of the publisher of the testimonial. We will forthwith send you the information so that you can contact the person.
Ask a question
Read our copyrights
X

Right Click

No right click allowed