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.
Much Hadham, formerly called Great Hadham, is a village as well as civil parish in the district of East Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire, England. The parish of Much Hadham includes the hamlets of Perry Green and Green Tye, along with the town of Much Hadham itself. It covers 4,490 acres (1,820 ha).  The village of Much Hadham is located midway in between Ware as well as Bishop's Stortford. The population of the church was recorded as 2,862 in the 2011 census, a rise from 1,994 in 2001. The village is linear extended along its mile and also a half long high road (High Street, Tower Hill and also Widford Road) which leaves the river Ash. It is positioned in between Bishop's Stortford and Ware, regarding 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) from Hertford and also about 40 kilometres (25 mi) north of London. The village had a train station on the Buntingford solitary track branch line, which closed in 1965 under the Beeching Axe.