Need internal fire doors but want to finish the look of your home with style? Then look no further! Our large range of fire rated doors includes pre-finished oak, walnut, hardwood and pitch pine. Our varied finishes include white, natural stained wood, ash grey, chocolate grey and light grey.
These stylish Glazed Oak Fire doors, are a really popular choice, given their quality finish and style. Manufactured with 4 panes of clear fire rated glass for more light flow, with a mixture of horizontal and vertical Oak Veneers, set into a V groove pattern.Price Range: £479.99 - £529.99
From £144.99 inc VAT.
£120.83 ex VAT
From £169.99 inc VAT.
£141.66 ex VAT
Our range includes FD30 rated oak panel and glazed styles, as well as pitch pine and hardwood materials to suit almost any setting. We offer a variety of finishes, including white, natural stained wood, ash grey, chocolate grey and light grey. We also have a selection of unfinished products that are supplied ready to treat and paint on site to match the rest of your décor.
We have options in most imperial and metric sizes to fit standard door openings. Most of our products come with generous lippings that will allow you to trim the door down to size to fit difficult openings. The size of the lippings vary, and details are provided on the product description page.
Questions about Internal Fire Doors
Fire doors are made with a specific fire resistance rating to reduce the spread of fires between rooms. In Europe, they are manufactured to comply with a new standard called EN 16034, which means they have achieved a specific rating and will withstand a blaze for a set period of time.
Internal fire doors are rated with an FD30 or FD60 specification. The number correlates with how long they will prevent a fire from spreading. The British Woodworking Federation Fire Door Alliance certifies fire rated doors if they meet the required standards.
Fire doors are designed to stop a fire from spreading from one room to another. They are made of materials that do not catch fire easily. They have a closing mechanism and should offer a minimum of 30 to 60 minutes of protection from flames, smoke and extreme temperatures.
A fire-resistance rating is the difference between a standard door and a fire door. A fire door is typically made from a solid core that's engineered to withstand a blaze for a certain amount of time.
In the UK there are strict regulations which apply to the use of fire rated doors in both new and existing buildings. The rules differ between commercial and domestic properties. In general, if a property is divided into ‘compartments’, then a fire rated door is required to protect escape routes such as staircases and corridors.
A fire door is specially designed to keep a blaze at bay for a minimum of 30 minutes. In residential buildings, this is usually ample time for the household to evacuate the buildin...