Interior Oak Fire Door Charnwood
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Interior Oak Fire Door Charnwood

Product Code: kyjbk217a
£232.00
(£193.33 ex VAT)
RRP: £274.80  You Save: 16%
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10+ £222.72

Delivery Info

7 - 10 working days delivery

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£50.00 fixed delivery fee
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A beautiful, classic oak veneered door, featuring two raised panels in traditional third-to-two thirds proportion. Comes pre-finished in quality varnish -- simply choose handles to suit.

With a solid core construction, this fire door offers great value for money and is FD30 certified, to provide 30 mins of fire resistance in an unfortunate event -- which could prove life-saving.

Reproduces well throughout the home -- is also available as a standard door and as the 'Arden', featuring clear safety glazing.
Q: The centre panels on the door look lighter in the picture, than the border strips. Why is this?

A: This is a subtle design feature of the door.The centre panels have a more 'open woodwork' feel, whilst the surrounding borders have a more polished, uniform look. The subtle shade difference noticeable in the product serves to enforce this, adding an expensive looking definition.

7 – 10 day delivery. In most cases, products will be delivered within 7 – 10 working days. If you would like specific details on your product, please call 0844 488 0993 or email Ken’s Yard Customer Service
All deliveries require a signature – don’t get carded, let us know if your order can be left at a secure location. Job Done.

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    Fire Doors Information & Building Regulations

    Building Regulations have now made fire doors a compulsory part of many building projects and the manufacture and testing of fire doors is now stringently maintained. Ken's Yard offer a good range of high quality fire doors, tested and rated according to the British Woodworking Federation guidelines. For more information on fire doors and building regulations relating to the installation of fire doors, read on. 

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