Internal Doors

Pages about Internal Doors.

Once you've hung your internal doors there are a few problems that you could come up against.
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Fire doors are not just any average door. They are specifically designed to stop fire from passing through.
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Generally, door hinges aren’t the first thing you think about in your home, in fact they’re very rarely considered.
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Whether you're moving in to a new home and are keen to put your own stamp on things, or are just giving your current home a little TLC with a fresh lick of paint.
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Hanging new internal doors is an easy way to quickly update the look of your home. Today we take you, step-by-step, through the process of fitting your brand new internal doors.
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For example, there’s the traditional four and six-panel arrangements, which have been popular in the UK for more than two centuries. Then there’s the more modern ‘Aston’ panel doors, which sees a trio of evenly-spaced vertical panels stretch across the face of the door. If you’d like to break from tradition entirely then you might consider some of our more forward-thinking designs, which combine all manner of strange and unusual shapes to create doors that are unlike any other. Think interlocking semicircles, overlapping squares and offset rectangles all combining to produce results that will get your house guests talking!

Included here are doors made from oak, pine, and walnut, just to name a few. They’re available in a range of different finishes; you’ll find fully finished doors, unfinished ones, and primed ones. That way, if you’re looking for a specific effect, you’ll be able to finish or paint the door yourself and achieve it.

You’ll also want to consider the sort of glass you use in your door – if any. Again, you’ll have a wide range of options to consider – for doors bridging different living areas and kitchens, glass can help to create the impression of openness and space. For bathrooms and other areas, frosted glass can allow for light to get in while preserving your privacy!

Many of the doors that you’ll find here come complete with engineered components whose role it is to combat the natural warping effect of a solid piece of wood. This way, you’ll be able to install the door without worrying about it changing shape over the years to come, letting in draughts and sticking to the edges of the frame.

Each of the manufacturers we deal with shares our commitment to great design, environmental responsibility and – above all – customer engagement. We know that with so many options available, making a choice that’s right for your home can be difficult. If you’re struggling to sift through the options, then why not contact us? We’ll be happy to clarify any confusion you have about the terminology around doors, and help you to make a decision that’s suitable for your home.