Popular Interior Doors - DIY Tip 24
Interior doors are arguably the single most important aspect of any home (after the decor) and can provide various improvements to the quality of life for all occupiers.
The most commonly used Interior doors (nowadays) are probably the white primed interior doors. Could this be because of their beauty? Or maybe because they are so reasonably priced?
At the other end of the price range - but a close second in terms of popularity - are our interior oak doors. These interior doors are stunning; they provide better soundproofing and an obvious lift to the look of any home. Some thought should be given to the soundproofing qualities of interior doors when the time comes to improve your home.
Interior timber doors will give better sound proofing than hollow doors.
We have recently added - and continue to add! - new ranges of interior doors, including very traditional interior pitch pine doors for that 1930's look.
Other new styles include the pre-finished range of interior doors. They are not yet available in all sizes but are proving extremely popular.
Our range of interior doors covers most sizes including those awkward to find sizes for all homes built by the national house builders in the UK - such as 2040x526, 626, 726, 826 and 926mm. These odd sizes can be searched on the www.directdoors.com site by simply putting in the last three digits (eg; 726).
We are currently adding a fantastic range of Interior bi-fold doors for those areas of your home where space is at a premium.
The clear pine interior doors are very useful in that they are reasonably priced and offer good soundproofing.
New regulations on interior glazed doors has led to a contraction in some ranges. This has however been more than offset by the increase in other areas of our interior doors range. These new regulations - which were put in place to protect those who have to rent properties - has led to an increase in the amount of interior fire doors which we sell online.
The need to protect your occupants is becoming more onerous. We can help with advice and we currently have the facility to offer all aspects of fire potection that your interior doors may require, including Intumescent fire seals.
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