1920's Fire Doors
1920's Fire Doors are extremely popular in properties of that era or to provide a nostalgic appearance to newer properties. The Fd30 fire doors come with a solid hardwood core overlaid with A grade veneers. Also they have two layers of 10mm lippings. Engineered doors are very stable and limit warping, splitting and small changes in size with the seasons. 1920's and 30's doors feature a single panel at the top and three vertical panels below. FD30 fire doors achieve a fire safety of 30 minutes for areas requiring a greater level of protection.
With Online Door Store you do not need to compromise style for efficiency or safety. So, there are 1920's Fire Doors with an FD30 rating for thirty minutes barrier against the danger of fire. And they match the style and design of their standard and glazed counterparts. Also, this means that you will not have to compromise on the look and feel of a room. Perfect if you need a standard door in one part of the room and a fire door in another part. See our Blog and Help and Advice sections for further information.Read more...
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Whether or not you are inspired by the Art Deco period, with its bold patterns and fusion of traditional and contemporary styles, our 1920s doors will help to transform the look of any room. All of our doors are made using high quality timber and they are finished to an excellent standard. We’re so confident in the quality we provide that if you’re not satisfied with your door, we offer a money-back guarantee!
Do I Need a Fire Door?
Fire doors create a passive fire safety system, protecting both domestic and commercial buildings from the spread of fire by confining it to a specific area for a longer period of time.But they can be stylish too !! Take a look at the designs below, we’re sure you will find just what you are looking for.
Our 1920’s Fire Doors range comprises classic, period and contemporary designs. Equally suited to both modern and period properties, depending on your interior design theme. With Online Door Store you do not need to compromise style. in this way the fire doors match their standard counterparts so that you do not have to have different designs in the same area of the house.
Fire doors create a passive fire safety system, protecting both domestic and commercial buildings from the spread of fire by confining it to a specific area for a longer period of time.
But they can be stylish too !! Take a look at our designs , we’re sure you will find just what you are looking for.
Interior 1920’s Fire Doors
Whether you are refurnishing a property from the 1920’s era or are aiming to create a nostalgic feel, our 1920’s doors are designed to be high quality and durable. All of our 1920’s doors are engineered with solid timber to reduce the amount of warping or splitting which occurs naturally as the seasons change. These Fire door versions match their standard counterparts exactly, so your interior design style is never compromised. If you prefer to glaze, paint or finish your doors yourself we have a primed version too. This provides you with the freedom to experiment and create a more unique looking 1920’s door. We understand that safety is one of our customers’ main priorities. For increased fire safety, choose a 1920’s fire door. These are recommended for any area where there might be a source of fire. This could be a lounge with an open fire, a kitchen with an oven and hob or a boiler concealed in a downstairs cupboard.
Our made to measure service means that our 1920’s doors can be made to fit any opening size in your property. Just get in touch with our professional and experienced customer service team to discuss your door preference and sizing requirements. Please see our Blog and Help and Advice sections for more guidance on selection, sizing, styles and installation of Fire Doors.
If you’re looking to complete your home with a high quality 1920’s fire door, get in touch with our expert team to find out more about our products. Our phone lines are open Monday to Saturday 8 till 6 for enquiries and free advice.