Primed doors are essentially pre-prepared doors that have been factory-primed, ready to receive a final coat of paint in the color of your choosing. This priming process involves applying a layer of primer paint, which creates a smooth surface and helps ensure a better adhesion of the final paint. These white internal doors can be made of various materials like solid wood, composite materials, or hollow core, with each type offering a unique balance of cost, weight and acoustic properties. If you're looking to maximise sound insulation between rooms for example, you can look at our solid core options.
One of the primary reasons people choose primed white doors is the ease of customisation they offer. Since these are pre primed doors, they're ready to be painted in any color that suits your interior design scheme. This can save time and effort during installation and ensures that you'll get a uniformly painted surface.
Furthermore, primed doors tend to be more cost-effective when compared to pre finished doors. They cut down on labour and material costs, as the priming process has already been completed by the manufacturer. Additionally, if you're confident in your DIY skills, you can finish the paint job yourself, saving further on installation costs.
With an variety of styles, designs, sizes, and core types available, white internal doors are a perfect choice, as they cater to a wide range of aesthetic and functional requirements. From traditional doors to contemporary flush designs, there's a door for every style and every home.
The choice of door material depends largely on your specific needs. If you're after a lightweight door that's easy to install, hollow core doors might be your best bet. For a more solid feel and enhanced soundproofing, solid wood or solid core doors would be more appropriate.
While this might seem obvious, the design of the door should align with the overall aesthetic of your space. Consider the style, the number of panels, and whether or not you want any glass inserts to maximise natural light. Remember, your white internal doors can act as a significant element of design, setting the tone for the rest of your interior - with the different styles on offer, you'll be spoilt for choice.
Searching for the perfect internal door is made even easier when you opt for a primed door. Here are just some of the benefits of shopping with us:
Out white internal doors come with various options when it comes to glazed panels that assist with a natural light flow. Choose from:
We also have timeless white internal doors consisting of 4 panel and 6 panel door styles.
Whether you are looking for modern doors or a classic style, when you shop with us you know that you're buying an internal door from recognised and trustworthy brands such as XL Joinery, Climadoor and Deanta to name a few. Your white doors will be of the highest quality, acting as a blank canvas, waiting for your finishing touches before being hung.
When you shop with us, you can rely on our ten-year manufacturing guarantee and price match promise. If you spend more than £750 on your white primed doors, handles or other door furniture, you'll also enjoy free delivery.
If you have any questions about our collection, feel free to reach out to our sales team for help and advice.
Questions about Primed Internal Doors
When shopping for new internal doors, you've given the choice of three finishes: unfinished, primed and fully finished.
Primed doors (sometimes referred to as pre-primed) have had a base coat of primer (a protective seal) already applied, meaning all that's left for you to do is lay a few coats of paint on your white doors in your chosen colour, apply a final top coat as a finish, wait for it to dry and hang it.
You can paint your internal door with just one colour or get really creative with patterns, the world is your oyster! Changing the colour of white internal doors door can mean that you have a wider choice of styles and can switch from traditional to modern (or vice versa) with the flick of a paintbrush.
If you're wanting to stain your internal doors, we don't recommend that you invest in a primed door as the primer acts as a seal. That means that the wood won't be able to absorb the stain. Not to worry though, if you want to stain your doors, we have an extensive range of unfinished options to choose from, too.
Primed doors are a fantastic way to make simple decor changes that enhance the interior decor of your room. The type of paint you use on your white doors will depend on whether you want a matte or gloss finish. Our recommendation would be to use semi-gloss paint as it is incredibly easy to maintain and clean. However, the choice for your white doors is ultimately yours.
To keep your internal doors looking pristine, we recommend cleaning them ahead of painting using a degreasing cleaner. Following painting, you can easily clean your new door using mild soap and warm water. We don't recommend using any harsh cleaners or solutions that contain vinegar, as this can damage the door.