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Suffolk Oak Internal Doors

Suffolk Oak Internal Doors

Internal Doors

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Price Range: £89.93 - £359.39

Size (H x W x T)
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Price
1981 x 457 x 35mm
✓ In Stock
£91.50
1981 x 533 x 35mm
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£89.93 £95.61
1981 x 610 x 35mm
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£89.93 £95.61
1981 x 686 x 35mm
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£89.93 £95.61
1981 x 711 x 35mm
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£89.93 £95.61
1981 x 762 x 35mm
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£89.93 £95.61
1981 x 838 x 35mm
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£89.93 £95.61
2032 x 813 x 35mm
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£89.93 £95.61
2040 x 526 x 40mm
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£97.50
2040 x 626 x 40mm
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£97.50
2040 x 726 x 40mm
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£97.50
2040 x 826 x 40mm
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£97.50
2040 x 926 x 40mm
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£97.50
1981 x 610 x 44mm FD30
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£145.50 £153.24
1981 x 686 x 44mm FD30
✓ In Stock
£145.50 £153.24
1981 x 711 x 44mm FD30
✓ In Stock
£145.50 £153.24
1981 x 762 x 44mm FD30
✓ In Stock
£145.50 £153.24
1981 x 838 x 44mm FD30
✓ In Stock
£145.50 £153.24
2032 x 813 x 44mm FD30
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£145.50 £153.24
2040 x 626 x 44mm FD30
✓ In Stock
£152.50
2040 x 726 x 44mm FD30
✓ In Stock
£152.50
2040 x 826 x 44mm FD30
Back Order: 13 Jun
£152.50
2040 x 926 x 44mm FD30
✓ In Stock
£152.50
1981 x 762 x 54mm FD60
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£359.39
1981 x 838 x 54mm FD60
✓ In Stock
£359.39

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Product Information

The Timeless Charm of Suffolk Oak Doors: Exemplifying the Oak Internal Doors Collection

Central to the Suffolk Oak Door's appeal is its engineered construction. This innovative design technique enhances the overall strength, stability, and performance of the door, ensuring it stands the test of time while maintaining its aesthetic charm. The door is supplied unfinished, providing the opportunity for personal customization with paint or stain, aligning it with your unique property style.

A key characteristic of these doors is the A-Grade American White Oak Veneer. This high-quality material not only intensifies the robustness of the door but also enhances its visual appeal with a rich, warm grain. The door's unique texture and nuanced color palette are a testament to the oak's inherent qualities, reflecting the perfect fusion of beauty and durability.

Ensuring environmental responsibility, the Suffolk Oak Doors are FSC Certified, demonstrating the commitment to sourcing materials from responsibly managed forests. The full chain of custody certification also underlines a transparent, traceable supply chain that ensures customers receive an environmentally responsible product.

One of the Suffolk Oak Door's most distinctive features is the deep u-groove design adorned with real oak inlays. This style imbues the door with depth and texture, further enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal and capturing the true essence of rustic elegance. A noteworthy feature of these doors is the real Oak Lipping, allowing for 15mm to be trimmed off each edge. This design attribute provides a certain level of flexibility in installation, accommodating slight variations in doorway dimensions without compromising the door's structural integrity or appearance.

The Suffolk oak range is impressively extensive, with the inclusion of glazed, fire, and bi-fold doors available in multiple dimensions, thereby accommodating a variety of needs. Each door's features underscore the incredible craftsmanship that goes into the creation of these pieces.


Technical Specification
Category
Brand
Material
Oak
Glazing
No Glass
Finish
Colour
Oak
Construction
Engineered Solid Core (Heavyweight)
Lipping
20mm on 686mm and higher / 10mm on 610mm and lower
Average Weight
34.0kg
Average Fire Door Weight
37.0kg
Suitable For
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Questions about Suffolk Oak Internal Doors

How can I finish an unfinished internal door?

Finishing an unfinished internal door allows you to add your own personal touch to your living space, enabling the door to fit seamlessly into your home’s decor.

  • Preparation: Start by sanding the door. You should use a fine-grit sandpaper (120 or 150 grit) to ensure the surface is smooth and ready for finishing. Remember to always sand in the direction of the wood grain to avoid scratches. Once sanded, remove all dust with a vacuum or a damp cloth.
  • Apply a Wood Conditioner (Optional): Depending on the type of wood your door is made of, you may want to apply a wood conditioner before staining. This is especially important for woods like pine that can absorb stains unevenly. The conditioner will help to ensure a more uniform finish.
  • Staining: If you choose to stain your door, use a high-quality brush or cloth to apply a wood stain in your chosen colour. Always apply the stain in the direction of the grain, and make sure to wipe off any excess stain with a clean cloth. Allow the stain to dry completely, which could take anywhere from a few hours to a full day depending on the specific product and environmental conditions.
  • Applying a Clear Finish: Once the stain (if used) is completely dry, you can apply a clear finish to protect the door and enhance its appearance. You can use a polyurethane finish for durability. Apply it using a good quality brush, again in the direction of the grain. Allow it to dry, and then lightly sand the door with a fine-grit sandpaper. Wipe off the dust, then apply a second coat.
  • Re-Sanding: After the first coat of clear finish has dried, lightly sand the surface again with fine-grit sandpaper. This helps to ensure a smooth final finish.
  • Final Coat: Apply a final coat of your chosen finish. Once this is dry, your door is ready to be hung.

Remember, each product (stain, paint, or finish) may have specific instructions, so it's important to read and follow those for the best results. Also, ensure that you work in a well-ventilated area and protect surrounding areas from spills or drips. Always test a small area or a scrap piece of the same wood before applying a finish to the entire door.


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