Empress External Oak Door - Zinc Clear Tri Glazing
Frame Packages (required)
As these frame sets are bespoke the delivery schedule will be approximately 2-3 weeks including the individual door delivery timescale.
All frame prices include for hanging the door in the frame, fitting the multi point lock system, handles, hinges, letter plate, draught excluders and delivery, the door will be removed from the frame for delivery purposes, this will leave you to put the door back in the pre-formed hinge positions, any glass for the frame will be supplied loose.
Make sure you advise us if there are any requirements for disabled access whether for personal or planning purposes.
If you have chosen a purpose made door we will make the door size to suit the inner frame sizes regardless of the door size you have chosen to put on your order, we will contact you first to advise.
Glass Type for Frame Packages (required)
A no cost addition to allow you to choose whether your chosen door frame has clear glass or one of three obscure styles as shown.
A simple addition to allow you to personalise your chosen frame style to suit your home.
|Delivery; 48 - 72 Hours and free anywhere on the UK mainland, Islands and exports by arrangement.|
The Empress oak exterior door with bevel clear zinc (lead work) tri glazing is a visually stunning looking door, a really impressive oak heavy duty door ideal for any main entrance.
The timber itself is an undecorated real American white oak veneer for your paint or stain over a solidly constructed engineered core.
This Empress oak exterior doors would primarily suit traditional homes but could also be used for new builds and like all of our doors is delivered free to anywhere on the UK mainland.
|Normal Availability for our Delivery Service||48 - 72 Hours and free anywhere on the UK mainland, Islands and exports by arrangement.|
|Construction||Heavy veneer on a solid core. Full Mortice/Tenon or Stub Mortice/Tenon.|
|Adjustment||You can safely reduce each of the four edges by 12mm.|
|Special Note||This door should be protected by a porch and protected from direct sun or rain.|