Our Pre-Hung Front Door Sets comprise of the following items:
Era Britsih Standard Insurance Rated Nightlatch
Satin Stainless Steel Ballrace Hinges 4″x3
Letter-Plate & back plate( if required)
Era British Standard Deadlock
Standard Hardwood or Oak Frame
Aluminum, Black or Brass Lowline Cill or Mobiltiy Cill.
TOTAL PRICE: £449.00 inc vat (Custom-Sized)
All Available in either: Brass, Chrome, Brushed Stainless Steel or Wrought Iron Finish
**A Sashlock & deadlock only is fitted if a Backdoor ordered Pre-hung**
Then Add Price of Chosen Exterior Door
Door Set Examples
CONTACT: 01702 469681 to complete your order with regard to choice of door ,whether door to be hung left or right,opening in or out. Doors can be rebated into pair if required
See bottom of page Re: Pre-Finishing Service Available
ERA CHROME NIGHTLATCH
High security double locking nightlatch, Insurance rated & recommended by the Police, Automatic deadlocking function from outside, lockable inside handle for extra security & anti drill plates to keyhole. 3 Keys.& built in cylinder pull
3x Stainless steel 4″ hinges with 2 ballrace to ensure smooth operation. Available in :Brass, Chrome, Brushed Stainless Steel & Wrought Iron
Victorian Letterplate size:254x76mm with letter aperture 185x45mm, with an inner flap included. A clean flat style plate available in all finishes.
10 year guarantee,2 Keys, High security deadlock kite marked for quality, Insurance rated & recommended by the Police. Fitted towards the bottom of door.
The threshold at the bottom of frame is 150x40mm with a drip groove & can be cut to size
Standard Frame: Hardwood or oak frame with threshold & neoprene rubber Draught excluder which fits into the thin groove around the frame i.e. the 2 sides & top.
To comply with Part ‘M’ which is wheel-chair access, 2 Rubber draught excluders built into the Aluminium Extrusion. Available in either Brass, Black or Aluminium finish. The cill sits on the threshold at bottom of wooden frame
All our locks are high security ERA products as recommended by the Police & insurance rated
If required our team can pre-finish the door & frame for you. The door is undercoated & it
is then given 3 top-coats, (remembering the top & bottom of door) of Sikkens extra durable light oak coat finish
(For Oak Doors). The door & frame is sanded down in-between each coat.
PRICE: From–£160.00 inc vat ( Door Frame & 1or2 sidelights please add £55.00 per sidelight)
PRICE: From-£ 50.00 inc vat To Just undercoat the door. Gives extra protection before top-coating & being hung
If you are staining or painting the door yourself please coat as instructed above &
remember to coat the top & bottom, sides & in the letterplate apperture, also in the
locks housing & behind the hinges.
Sikken information: Sikken Exterior clear satin finish is a unique formulation which
offers the performance characteristics of a wood stain with minimal pigment content.
Sikken works with the wood & provides a flexable barrier that protects your wooden
door from damaging effects of rain ,moisture & sun /UV light. Sikken finish will work
with the wooden door expanding & contracting significantly preventing blistering & flaking. Waterproof protection & double UV technology.
PLEASE NOTE: Never use the following to coat a wooden product:
1. Natural Oil (i.e. Danish Oil , Ronseal)
3. Varnish (i.e. Yatch Varnish)
4. Water based paints
There are numerous brands on the market & we fear many are formulated to achieve a low market price rather than quality. Be sure to select one to provide a lasting seal between component parts. Avoid the use of water based finishes, using only good quality solvent based finishes that have recognised sealing properties, ensuring that it is fit for purpose for the situation and conditions in which your door is to be fitted. Follow the manufacturer,s instructions carefully and we recommend keeping a copy of the claims made for the product in the event it fails to perform. It is vital al m finishing systems are appliedequally to both sides and edges at the same time. Rapid changes in ambient moisture are extremely detrimental especially when unbalanced. Danish oil is not suitable for use as a finish on any of our products. The application of a base coat stain or a paint primer alone is not deemed to form a seal.
How to Measure Up for a new door:
For a door to fit well in its frame careful measurement is vital; there is an old craftsman,s expression, “measure twice cut once” which is useful to bear in mind. If the door is to be a replacement- do NOT measure the existing door as frames in older houses are often out of square & it is better to tailor your new door to fit the frame
Measure the width of door
Take three maesurements at the top,midle & bottom of the frame rebate. The widest measurement determines the width of the door
Measure the Length of the door
Measure down each vertical side of the frame, again within the rebate, & the longest length determines the length of the new door. Remember to make allowance for any floor covering.
Door size adjustments
Remember that if your door frame is,nt square, that when you are buying a pre-finished door you may need to re-finish any planed edges
If a new frame is being fitted try to ensure that the frame is square- because fitting the door will then be so much simpler without having to plane first