Westminster Black GRP Partially Glazed RH Front Door & Frame (H)2055mm (W)920mm

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This westminster black right hand hung four panel GRP front door & frame has two glazed decorative leaded panes. It comes with a multipoint locking system to improve the security of your home. It's ready to hang straight away; there's no need to paint, stain or varnish.

  • Guarantee - 2 years
  • Door lock - Multipoint

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Features and benefits

  • GRP (glass reinforced plastic) doors match the classic appearance of timber doors, but the material means they don’t need any treatments to avoid discolouration, fading, flaking or warping.
  • Right-hand hung means that the hinges are on the right hand side, as you look at your door from outside your home.
  • Glass finish - Decorative leaded
  • Fully adjustable hinges
  • Accessories included: Reinforced PVCu frame
  • Toughened safety glass

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Westminster Black GRP Partially Glazed RH Front Door & Frame (H)2055mm (W)920mm
Height 2055mm
Width 920mm
Thickness 60mm
Weight 30kg
Number of panels 4
Number of glazed panes 2
Door/window design Right hand
Standard BS EN 12150:1
Uvalue 1.5W/m²K

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