All doors used by service users come with 54mm thickness as standard, simplifying specification and ensuring the best fire and acoustic results. The only exception is non-service user doorsets, where likelihood of abuse is lower. In these instances, we recommend 44mm. To balance cost with strength and robustness, we supply Blankfort as minimum standard door core. On seclusion room doors, we use a solid hardwood core.
Our doors can be finished in timber veneer, PVC, and colour or timber laminate. to suit your project and design scheme. Choosing the right finish can aid recovery by helping to create a more soothing environment without compromising on robustness.
For high-abuse areas, we recommend PVC.
Veneer can be chosen to suit design. For the ultimate way of making a door less institutional, consider matching hinge and vision panel beading.
Available in a range of colours or timbers, laminate can be more robust than natural wood veneers.
The 2mm PVC skin is available in colour or timber finishes, ensuring maximum door robustness with no compromise on aesthetics. PVC also ensures the lowest maintenance in high-abuse areas.
Following a thorough selection process, we partnered with an established door manufacturer to supply and finish our doorsets. Based in North Devon, and with a commercial and manufacturing team with more than 400 years of combined doorset experience, they are one of the UK’s leading doorset manufacturers.
Working closely with our manufacturing partner is our own team of doorset managers. Covering the UK, they work closely with your design and construction team – ensuring your doors are manufactured, and fitted correctly and accurately.
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