Victorian Oak Four Panel Internal Fire Door
Victorian Oak Four Panel Internal Fire Door. Four panels in the classic Victorian layout are?flat with ornate mouldings.?This fire door version (FD30) is Un-finished and ready for your choice of decoration. It features four recessed panels with mouldings, two elongated at the top and two smaller ones at the base. Certified for fire safety of 30 minutes for areas requiring a greater level of protection. Furthermore this deluxe fire door is up to modern Building Regulations Standards for all interiors.
It is also an FSC certified door.?Your new classic door comes with a manufacturer’s 10-year warranty.
Suitable for all locations;
An FD30 Fire Door for all locations; dining room, living room, kitchen, bedrooms and bathrooms. Again, the classic, simple design offers a rich style to both period and contemporary designer interiors. With a distinctive Victorian look. So the edge down into each panel is surrounded with ornate mouldings.?Engineered doors are very stable and are designed to limit warping, splitting and small changes in size with the seasons. Un-finished it comes in preparation for your choice of topcoats.
An unfinished, engineered door which is ready for your choice of final decoration . A period door with an engineered, hardwood, solid core (weight up to 40kg). It is 44mm thick. Also with two layers of 10 mm lippings all round. You can make adjustments on all sides up to 3mm on Fire Doors. So making it a perfect fit for new and existing door frames. You should not remove more than 3mm as this invalidates the fire safety certification on the door.?It comes with a manufacturer’s 10-year warranty.
This model is also available as a standard (35mm) door and has two glazed counterparts. Please see below.
We can supply hinges, door handles, frames and intumescent strips separately for the installation of your Victorian Oak Four Panel Internal Fire Door. We recommend a minimum of four hinges for this door. Seek specialist advice on which areas require fire doors. Also, your architect or local building control officer will offer advice.
Always have your doors installed by a professional joiner. Please see further guidance and installation information in our Blog section.