Plaut Redwood Framed Ledged Braced Door 1981 x 838 x 44mm
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Doors are unfinished and require fully finishing on site to protect and prevent the ingress of moisture, which can cause warping.
A modern reproduction of the traditional cottage door, with an attractive boarded appearance and comes with top and bottom rrails
The door comes complete with an exposed frame, ledges and braces on the reverse side
Engineered construction for added strength, stability and performance
Supplied unfinished and must seal and finish with minimum 3 coats of a quality external paint or stain
It is recommended that 3 hinges should be fitted to all doors weighing more than 20kg and doors where large differences of temperature or humidity on opposing faces can be expected. Recessed furniture and locks must not be placed within 76mm (3") of any r
A natural timber product, a variation in texture, colour and grain can be apparent
These look like a bargain at first glance. However, when you take a close look they are chock full of knots and splits and held together using staples. Worst of all they are twisted out of plumb i.e., if you lay one on a level ground they will seesaw. So, when you offer them up into a plumb frame, one side will sit true and the other side is poking out. Stubborn as I am, I tried to force them to self correct against the stops but 2 years later, 7 out of the 8 doors are still warped (and that's after I returned 5 because I could see through the plastic covering they had peepholes). It's a shame because the doors are solid and with mountains of shellac and gloss they look nice. Also, ignore the staff advice of laying them out flat for a week or two to correct the warping, it won't.
4 years ago
Richie from Williton
Type of purchase: Trade
No, I would not recommend to a friend
The description overview tells you :
" Recessed furniture and locks must not be placed within 76mm (3") of any r "
Make sure you do!