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Oak has been used for centuries and is highly desirable for its aesthetic qualities and for its strength and integrity. Oak has a fine close grain that sands down well to a lovely smooth finish, whilst retaining a beautiful natural colour. Although most people want to retain the grain and the colour of oak, it can be finished in a number of ways and will take paint and staining wonderfully.

Oak tends to be more expensive than other woods, but that is a reflection of the outstanding beauty, and longevity of the wood. Oak lends itself very well to french doors, as it slots well into most interior designs and adds warm and character to a room. Both modern and traditional interiors are enhanced when oak internal french doors are a feature.

Internal french doors made from oak have much better insinuating properties than this made form lesser quality timber. Oak has natural thermal insulating properties, keeping warm in during colder weather, and keeping cool during warm weather. Oak can also contribute to noise reduction in closed doors - an excellent plus point if there are children in the home.

Pages about Internal French Doors.

This thorough guide details everything you need to know about installing your internal french doors properly. Adjust, repair and paint tips also.
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Are you looking to buy internal French doors but have some unanswered questions? Check out our Internal French Doors FAQ page
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French doors are a brilliant addition to any home. Ensure you've taken measures to make your doors safe if you have pets or small children.
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Like anything, your internal French doors over time become old and can start to age. Here's how to solve any problems your internal French doors develop.
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French doors create the illusion of more space, by allowing light to flood the room. Here are some of the best places in your home to use them.
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Make sure your internal French doors look their best by choosing the right handles. Learn to fit & fix them with ease.
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