J B Kind Rustic Oak Shaker 4 Panel Door Pair - Prefinished
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The Rustic Oak Shaker 4 Panel interior door pair is supplied fully decorated and ready to be fitted. Read more
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Note: These are two individual doors put together as a pair and as such we cannot guarantee a perfect colour match, also, they are real wood veneers and the grain will therefore vary, that is the beauty of wood.
This Rustic double oak doors would complement most traditional, farm or cottage style homes or indeed anyone desiring to have this style of home.
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The door pairs can be fitted with or without the extra "pairmaker" planted rebate for site fixing, using the pairmaker adds 7mm to the "tight" sizes listed and not using it means that the doors will just "butt" together where they meet, the doors can open away or towards you and with the left or the right hand as the slave door, this "pairmaker" item may need cut to height.
The pairmaker will be supplied oak veneered unfinished and needs to be varnished, painted or stained to match the chosen door pair.
We strongly advise that Dry Assembly checks are undertaken prior to installation of the doors, this is to ensure that you have received the correct goods as well as double checking that the goods are fit for purpose and are not damaged or faulty in any way before working upon them.
These are two individual doors put together to offer you more choice with regard to door pairs and any addition of the "pairmaker" items adds to the overall door width, veneered door colours will be the best match but cannot be guaranteed and natural grain will vary.
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