An engineered wooden door is a door made out of multiple pieces of wood. This is opposed to solid wooden doors that are made out of one piece of wood.Engineered wooden doors are usually covered by veneer to make them look like they are made from one piece of wood. They tend to be sturdier and straighter than solid doors.
Ambleside is a community in Cumbria, in North West England. Historically in Westmorland, it is located ahead of Windermere, England's biggest all-natural lake. The community is within the Lake District National Forest. Ambleside is administered by South Lakeland District Council as well as forms part of the Lakes civil church but from 1894 to 1935 it was a different city district council. Ferries (still called "cleaners", although now diesel powered) go to Bowness-on-Windermere as well as Shore providing fine sights of the lake and surrounding hills. Ambleside is a base for treking, mountaineering and hill biking. It has a variety of hotels, guest houses, bars as well as dining establishments in addition to stores. In particular, there are a number of shops selling tools for walkers as well as climbers in the town. Ambleside is a prominent starting factor for the Fairfield horseshoe, a hillwalking ridge walking. Ambleside is also house to the head office of Brathay Exploration Group, a young people charity based simply past Clappersgate when driving to Hawkshead. The cd CSI: Ambleside, by Birkenhead-based band Fifty percent Male Fifty percent Biscuit, is called after the town.