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I want to buy 5 internal doors but we usually need the slightly more expensive ones (the last we bought was £26.99 from B&Q - then obviously will need to buy new handles and fittings and then pay a fo… Read More
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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
I want to buy 5 internal doors but we usually need the slightly more expensive ones (the last we bought was £26.99 from B&Q - then obviously will need to buy new handles and fittings and then pay a fortune to get them fitted (someone said best not to tackle them yourself?).

Anyone know where I can buy white internal panelled doors relatively cheaply? We want to move but the old doors look a bit naff and not sure just painting them white would be enough.
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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Hi,

I have the problem that the doors we needed were larger than normal. I searched all the stores with no luck unless I paid about £60 per door.
In the end I found a chap on ebay with brand new doors of all sizes. He charged me £15 per door plus £30 postage for the lot. I had 10 doors delivered for £180. The doors were white panelled and brand new and sealed.
We fitted them ourselves, looked it up on the internet as to how to do it. They look fantastic! We bought some really nice modern stainless steel door handles for them from Aldi at £4.99 a pair. They have exactly the same looking handle in B&Q for £28.78 a pair.
If you would like to speak to the bloke I got my doors from to see if he has the sizes you want and can deliver to you then pm me and I can give you his telephone number.
Hope this helps
#2
Great, thanks for that, will PM you
#3
Sound like you got a great deal there Caz1cool (cat?) Puurrrr....

I have tried to find doors myself with pretty much no avail - mine are too small.... (More like cat flap!) LOL

I have tried to hang a door in the past, and to be honest, I wouldn't want to try it again.... I would rather pay a kool cat to come out and fit it for me... Fanx for the tip on door furniture though... I'm off to e-bay too! Rep left.


Purrrrrfect!
#4
caz1cool
Hi,

I have the problem that the doors we needed were larger than normal. I searched all the stores with no luck unless I paid about £60 per door.
In the end I found a chap on ebay with brand new doors of all sizes. He charged me £15 per door plus £30 postage for the lot. I had 10 doors delivered for £180. The doors were white panelled and brand new and sealed.
We fitted them ourselves, looked it up on the internet as to how to do it. They look fantastic! We bought some really nice modern stainless steel door handles for them from Aldi at £4.99 a pair. They have exactly the same looking handle in B&Q for £28.78 a pair.
If you would like to speak to the bloke I got my doors from to see if he has the sizes you want and can deliver to you then pm me and I can give you his telephone number.
Hope this helps


How hard was it for you to fit the doors we need new doors and living in London its not cheap for a carpenter to come out and fit the things so was thinking about doing it myself but bottled out in the end any advise mate.
#5
yes, I was told not to try to fit ourselves but we paid £40 for someone to fit just one door and we have 6 to do upstairs!
#6
It was my husband and friend that fitted ours, I think they just googled fitting internal doors and found some helpful websites on there. It took them about 40 minutes to fit each door. I tend to not get too involved in the DIY stuff, I just cheer them on from the sofa lol!
#7
fruityloops
yes, I was told not to try to fit ourselves but we paid £40 for someone to fit just one door and we have 6 to do upstairs!

Yes works out at alot of money i have 5 doors that need doing.

caz1cool
It was my husband and friend that fitted ours, I think they just googled fitting internal doors and found some helpful websites on there. It took them about 40 minutes to fit each door. I tend to not get too involved in the DIY stuff, I just cheer them on from the sofa lol!
Thanks
#8
bod emrys
I need 4 new internal doors, and each one is a different size (the joy of old cottages). I've looked at numerous panelled doors but have failed to find any that are suitable (I'm willing to cut them to fit, but with all the ones that I've found I'd be cutting into the pannels). Am thinking that I'll have to give up and get some made :-(


I thought that I would have to have some made as ours were all odd sizes and each door was a different size, but then I found this man on ebay.
Not one of the doors had to be cut at all, they were all a perfect fit. I just emailed the measurements of each door to the man and he emailed back to confirm that he had them and to arrange delivery. Pm me for his email address, it's worth asking him before you pay a fortune to have them made to order.
#9
i would say if you got someone to fit it for £ 40, stick with them. most carpenters can earn double that per day on site
#10
pcfairs
i would say if you got someone to fit it for £ 40, stick with them. most carpenters can earn double that per day on site


They were saying the carpenter charged £40 for fitting one door. It only took my husband who is an IT Contractor, not a carpenter 40 minutes to fit each door. This works out at £1 per minute, which is £450 per 7 1/2 hour working day. Pretty expensive in my book!
#11
caz1cool
I thought that I would have to have some made as ours were all odd sizes and each door was a different size, but then I found this man on ebay.
Not one of the doors had to be cut at all, they were all a perfect fit. I just emailed the measurements of each door to the man and he emailed back to confirm that he had them and to arrange delivery. Pm me for his email address, it's worth asking him before you pay a fortune to have them made to order.


ill pm you im after a couple of 25 inch doors
#12
What size are the doors you're after?

£20 a door for fitting is about the average, but not that hard to diy if you've got the tools.
#13
owlass
What size are the doors you're after?


before i put the frame in the space was 27 inches wide and 78 inches high, havent measured up the space yet as the frame only went in last night, at work at moment. I assume the space left is now about 25" by 76".
#14
An inch here or there makes a big difference MANJ :whistling:

Kaybee Doors in Liverpool have some decent doors, used them before with no problems.
UK delivery is £20 for first door and £10 for each one after.

Internal doors,
http://kaybeeshop.co.uk/osCommerce/index.php?cPath=16&osCsid=8bed5bca6b42da04cb50e82057195f57

Special offers including hardwood internal,
http://kaybeeshop.co.uk/osCommerce/index.php?cPath=78&osCsid=8bed5bca6b42da04cb50e82057195f57

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