Oak Ready to Glaze Flat Panel Victorian
- Material: Oak
- Application: Internal
- Glazing Type: Ready To Glaze
- Finish Type: Ready to finish
About this door
The Oak Ready to Glaze Flat Panel Islington is part of a traditionally styled range with a distinctly traditional flavour.
In a similar style to the previously available pitch pine doors, these are ideal for those striving to give their home an authentic look.
These desirable qualities are beautifully accentuated by the use of fashionable White Oak, a distinctive timber boasting a characteristic warmth, both enduring and eminently pleasing to the senses.
Featuring flat panels rather than the more commonly seen raised and fielded, this door offers a great look for both traditional and more modern properties.
With two glazing apertures, this door will allow light to flood between rooms and give a greater feeling of space.
A choice of glass options allow you to create the perfect look and add visual interest.
Please Note: These doors are on clearance as they are a discontinued line, they are in perfect, as new condition. Grab a bargain while these last, once stocks are exhausted this offer will not be repeated!
This door is supplied ready to glaze with various glass options, allowing you to customise the door to your tastes. Two glazing panels will allow lots of natural light to brighten up your hallway and the glazing is complemented with two engineered clear pine panels for a classic overall look.
These doors are manufactured using laminated veneered lumber (LVL). LVL or more commonly known as “engineered timber” is a modern method of construction that is economical with the use of natural timber resources.
The main parts & rails of the door are usually constructed using solid strips/blocks of timber (some internals may contain a laminated board and/or particleboard), which are then glued and then clamped together.
They are then faced with a veneer and edged with a solid timber “lipping”. The benefits of using engineered construction doors over more traditional methods are that it is far more unlikely to twist or split (we do not get problems with panels splitting) and possibly the most important reason is that it is much more eco-friendly!