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2 panel Arched Primed White Woodgrain effect LH & RH Internal Door, (H)1981mm (W)762mm
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Provides a blank canvas for you to add colour to suit your personal taste, whilst providing privacy and protection from sound and draughts throughout the house
- 10 years
- Ready to paint
Features and benefits
This contemporary 2 panel arched door provides a perfect canvas on which to express the individual style of your home. It’s beautiful wood grain effect creates a stunning, quality assured finish that is ready to paint in the colour of your choice. This door is durable, great value for money and FSC approved ensuring that any timber used in its construction is forest friendly.
- Primed & ready to paint in the colour of your choice
- Made from responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber
Health and safety
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|Door construction||Hollow core|
|Door opening action||Left & right handed|
|Number of panels||2|
lovely when hung
Ranter01 - 2 years ago
I purchased these for livingroom they look amazing
Looks good painted
Davy58 - 3 years ago
Improve for the cost lite and very simple to fit and looks good
2 panel doors
poshman - 3 years ago
Bought 4 of these doors for downstairs, very smart looking doors, nice they come in almost exact size. Look nice with silver curved handles.
Tony Mac - 3 years ago
Excellent product only criticism being the limited width of wood infill in the bottom of the door.
Nice looking door. Undercutting? Read this
Mike the Pedant - 3 years ago
A nice looking door.
Be careful when hanging to observe the "Lock side" markings and put the hinges the other side.
Undercutting? The instructions say you can take off 6mm - useless for many applications. Beware the frame staples at each end if you don't want to blunt a good saw. I undercut one by 17mm with no problems, but the next one needed 20mm off and I found I was just into the hollow core, the frame batten was all in the offcut. The resulting door would crack if it got kicked open. Fortunately, you can easily recover the batten from the offcut (hammer off the end bits and pull away the hardboard faces), push the hollow core packing up inside the door by 20mm, and reinsert the rescued batten with some woodglue. Smart!