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Why choose a traditionally made solid lumber door over one with an engineered core? The average manufacturer’s response can be distilled to this: It’s an affair of the heart. Some consumers simply won’t settle for less than the “Real McCoy,” and they’re willing to pay extra to get it. As a builder, you’re likely to assist with the task of interior door selection. Consider that these doors are not only a focal element of interior design, but also a tactile, constantly used, hard-working feature of a home. In the case of an upgrade remodel, replacing inexpensive hollowcore doors with new solid-core doors makes a notable difference. A solid-core door feels more