Hollow-core Door

Definition

A door made from two thin exterior panels with some structural materials holding the two panels together. The rest of the space between the two panels is empty.

Things you need to know

Hollow-core doors are good for interior use only. They are lightweight, however they don't block sound as well as solid doors.

Cost Considerations

Hollow-core doors are much cheaper than solid doors. They can be as low as $30. When considering how many interior doors there are in a home, using hollow-core doors is a good way to cut costs.

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