Why choose our Internal Fire Doors?
Nothing is more important than safety, and with Doordeals, all our internal fire doors come with official fire ratings of either FD30 or FD60. On most new builds there is often a requirement for at least some of the doors to be fire rated.
All of our fire doors look fantastic and will help make your home safer at a price suitable for just about any budget. They are also available in a versatile range of materials and sizes, making them as practical and design friendly as they are effective for their core purpose.
Types of Internal Fire Door
Doordeals stock a first-rate range of fire door types, including a wide selection of materials and glazing choices. These include solid, pre-glazed and ready-to-glaze doors, in a variety of styles.
Whatever your budget and style preference, there is an internal fire door for you. They all offer excellent protection and look fantastic while they do it.
Glazed Fire Doors
Glazed fire doors are becoming increasingly popular in offices and other commercial spaces. We offer various styles of internal glazed fire doors (fire doors with glass), as well as ready-to-glaze options.
We also offer a wide range of standard internal glazed doors in similar styles that will complement your chosen fire door.
Internal Fire Door Materials
The internal fire doors available at Doordeals come in a range of attractive woods, including Sapele, oak, walnut, clear pine, beech, and more. You can rest assured that all fire door we sell are rated as either FD30 or FD60.
Internal Fire Door Ratings: FD30 & FD60
A door’s fire rating specifies how effective it is at slowing the spread of fire throughout the home. The number represents the minimum length of time a fire door can be expected to prevent the spread.
An FD30-rated fire door is the most common internal fire door type, which will resist the spread of fire for at least 30 minutes. In comparison, an FD60-rated fire door is designed to provide 60 minutes of fire protection.
Internal fire door requirements generally depend on where it is positioned in the building, the use of the room, and the building type. You must also make sure the door’s surroundings are up to fire safety standards too.
Internal Door FAQs
For more information on the wide range of internal doors we have in stock, please see our Internal Door FAQs.