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Oak is a beautiful material that brings warmth and nature to your home. The natural wood grain makes each oak door unique. Our selection of pre-finished engineered oak doors includes a number of stylish flush, panelled and glazed doors ready to hang in your home, and we also have a selection of unfinished doors that you can work with on-site.
We have internal oak doors in both metric and imperial sizes, and some FD30-rated fire doors to choose from as well. We have doors to suit all tastes and budgets. Choose from flush, glazed, and fire doors, with matching glazed options for rooms where you would like a brighter and lighter feel.
If you want an oak internal door that is ready to hang when it arrives, we stock a variety of pre-finished engineered oak doors with a high-quality finish that will look beautiful and last years. A pre-finished door provides a factory finish that's second to none.
But if you’d rather have the flexibility of a door you can finish yourself, we have plenty of unfinished door options too.
If you’re looking to make life really easy, why not try our interior doorsets which make installation a breeze!
We have oak internal doors in a range of classic door styles. From traditional country cottage style internal doors to the timeless, minimalist flexibility of a shaker-style interior door, we have options to suit any design style. Our flush and oak panel doors are both really popular. There's something for you whether you're looking for a traditional or contemporary internal door. Oak fits neatly into most interior design styles, which adds to its charm.
We offer both solid oak and solid core internal oak veneer doors so that you can bring the beauty of oak woodgrain to your home regardless of your budget.
Our solid oak doors are thick, and sturdy and are excellent insulators against sound and heat loss. They are also stunning additions to your home, bringing a sense of character and quality.
However, if your budget won’t stretch to solid wood, we also offer a number of different solid-core oak doors as well.
With an engineered solid core you get all the practical benefits of solid wood. A robust, heavyweight door provides impressive insulation. A high-quality oak veneer means they look great too.
Our doors are supplied ready to hang, but without hardware, we supply hardware separately. We know that the majority of our customers prefer to choose their own hardware, to enjoy a consistent finish from room to room. By not supplying basic hardware, we are able to keep the prices of the doors as low as possible.
Our FD30 fire doors are made to comply with UK building regulations and are suitable for use in habitable upstairs rooms, stairwells, and other areas where a fire-rated door may be required. Some of our glazed doors are offered in FD30 options, and we always use tough safety glass. Be sure to check the description before buying, to get the right door thickness, size and rating.
All our oak doors are available to purchase in all standard door sizes.
The solid wood lipping on our engineered solid core oak doors means you can also trim down up 35mm off each door to help it fit into awkward doorframes.
Alternatively, if you need an internal door in a particularly unusual size, we are also able to offer bespoke door sizes in some of our range. For larger openings, we also offer a range of French doors and sidelights.
If you would like to know about ordering a bespoke internal door, please do not hesitate to contact us. We offer free delivery (over £750) as standard and rapid shipping on stock sizes. There is a longer lead time on bespoke doors.
Questions about Oak Internal Doors
Oak internal doors are renowned for their exceptional durability. Oak is a hard, dense wood that can withstand daily wear and tear effectively, maintaining its robustness and beauty over many years. It is highly resistant to warping and shrinking, ensuring the longevity of the door. Its natural grain also provides strength, which makes it less likely to split or crack compared to softer woods.
However, like all wood products, the life span of an oak internal door also depends on how well it is maintained. Regular cleaning and occasional treatment with suitable products can enhance its durability and ensure it remains in good condition for a longer period.
Oak internal doors do not require special maintenance, but following some general guidelines can help maintain their beauty and durability for a long time.
Installing an oak internal door can be a moderately challenging task. However, if you're comfortable with DIY projects, you can certainly accomplish this yourself. Here are general steps to guide you through the process:
To read a more detailed explanation on how to hang an internal door, check out our more comprehensive article about How To Hang Internal Doors.