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.
Coniston is a town and civil parish in the Furness area of Cumbria, England. Historically part of Lancashire, it lies in the southerly part of the Lake District National Park, in between Coniston Water, the 3rd lengthiest lake in the Lake District and also Coniston Old Man; concerning 25 miles (40 kilometres) north east of Barrow-in-Furness. Coniston is found on the western shore of the north end of Coniston Water. It sits at the mouth of Coppermines Valley and also Yewdale Beck, which come down from the Coniston Fells, traditionally the area of ore as well as slate mining. Coniston's area therefore developed as a farming village as well as transportation center, offering these areas. Coniston was located in the really north-west of the historic county of Lancashire, with Coniston Old Man creating the county's highest point. Today Coniston creates part of the Lake District National Park, the management county of Cumbria as well as the city government district of South Lakeland. Coniston belongs to the selecting ward called Coniston as well as Crake Valley. The overall population of this ward as taken at the 2011 Census was 1,575.