6 panel internal doors £10 each this weekend only @ B&Q ! down from £17.98 (£8 with Quidco) possible £4.50 with offer. - HotUKDeals
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weekend offer 6 panel internal doors only £10 each
ends monday so be quick!
you might get them even cheaper with discount cards!
offer available online too!
£8 with quidco reserve and collect.

Someone towards the end of the thread has managed to get the doors for £4.50 each using quidco and the buy 5 doors deal!

im ready for a barrage of comments such as 'there not as good as solid doors', yes we know, go buy a solid door and pay twice as much!
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#1
a door is a door at the end of the day!!!!
#2
Just over 1.50 a panel - great value. Hot from me. :)
#3
just bought 4 on line collect from store
#4
Are these the pre-painted ones, or ones that need painting ?

Thanks

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Just found it myself:
"Supplied base coated in white, ready to paint."
#5
hot but the size I need two of -

B&Q Broadland Plus Pre-Painted Door NAT23BTNHW White Woodgrain Effect (H)1981 x (W)686 x (D)35mm EAN: 0000003625798 in storeAvailable for reserve & collect
Only £49.98

OR
B&Q Broadland Woodgrain Effect Internal 6 Panel Moulded Door NAT23CLN White (H)1981 x (W)686 x (D)35mm
EAN: 0000003163412
£25.98
Guess that's why we never did the last two doors before
#6
BARGAIN!

Got one - thanks!

Edit - so they do need painting? :(
#7
just fitted a few of these on a property i own, well worth the money in my opinion.
#8
Good deal..
#9
I ordered mine online, pleased I did as when i got to the store they had sold out, so I would advise you to get in quick!
#10
sorry if i am being a bit blonde here but how do you know what size? or are most doors standard :oops:
#11
hot price
#12
wulshaz
sorry if i am being a bit blonde here but how do you know what size? or are most doors standard :oops:


online it says the width. these fit the new part of our house but not the old part which has narrower doorways.
#13
I saw these today. Good price, but...

Very hollow, and very light. They will feel cheap to use.
Remember, you have to buy the handles and go through all the effort or cost of getting them installed. Are these doors really worth the effort? Not in my opinion.

My b&q were selling knotted solid pines for £20 if you buy 5. Although there is a high chance of getting a warped door with these cheap solid timber doors. Basic good quality doors cost about £70 each from proper timber merchants using the decent bits of wood.
#14
wulshaz
sorry if i am being a bit blonde here but how do you know what size? or are most doors standard :oops:


Measure your doors in metric.
#15
78"x30" is most typical. But check first.
banned#16
dlee
a door is a door at the end of the day!!!!


I guess so, as long as you don't mind the kids hearing you at it :w00t:
#17
these doors are (H)1980 x (W)762 x (D)35mm
#18
Good price, but as others have said the build quality is ***** so you get what you pay for.
#19
For those going through quidco for the £2 cashback. Put NAT26CLN in the B&Q search box.
#20
Are these doors made in the UK or are they from overseas? The reason I ask if they are made overseas and I fitted one when I open it, where will it lead?
#21
Silly question, but why do panels make a difference, exactly?
#22
Make sure you don't have to shave anything from the sides or they will fall apart. The paint is the only thing that is holding them together.
#23
he6rt6gr6m
Silly question, but why do panels make a difference, exactly?


Huh?
#24
he6rt6gr6m
Silly question, but why do panels make a difference, exactly?


Its a design thing

More panels don't equal better door
#25
I saw these instore today , my little brother would damage them by sneezing , they are rubbish quality .

Good price though if you don't mind how poor they are .
1 Like #26
brianfj1200
Are these doors made in the UK or are they from overseas? The reason I ask if they are made overseas and I fitted one when I open it, where will it lead?


I think you'll find your padded cell is locked from the outside, so opening the door isn't really a concern :p
#27
bridge house
Make sure you don't have to shave anything from the sides or they will fall apart. The paint is the only thing that is holding them together.


WRONG .. i got 3 last time they were on and took approx 5mm from 2 sides of 1 door with no probs well worth the money to replace old battered doors ..voted hot
#28
wulshaz
sorry if i am being a bit blonde here but how do you know what size? or are most doors standard :oops:


Measure your doors width. There's a few standard size doors, 27'' , 30'' and 33'' wide. New (pre 1998 houses) tend to ahve 33'' wide doors.
#29
mummyto2boys
Measure your doors width. There's a few standard size doors, 27'' , 30'' and 33'' wide. New (pre 1998 houses) tend to ahve 33'' wide doors.


Do you mean post?
#30
Great price for a new door
#31
I heard that these can't be used as bathroom, kitchen or toilet doors as they are water soluble.
#32
Bogroll Warlord
I heard that these can't be used as bathroom, kitchen or toilet doors as they are water soluble.

:whistling::whistling::whistling::whistling::whistling:
1 Like #33
rockerfella, do you manufacture these or do you go into B&Q and look at them regularly or something? :-D You posted the same deal about 2 months ago. http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/460684/6-panel-internal-doors-10-each-this?p=6024483#post6024483

I ain't gonna comment on them either way this time I'll just wish good luck to anyone buying them...














you'll need it!

Sorry rockerfella, I couldn't resist. :-D No hard feelings mate.

Oh can I just say though, seriously (sorry I know I said I wouldn't comment either way but I couldn't live with myself if I didn't let people know this), anyone looking to buy these doors, both rockerfella and I both agree these doors are very cheap. They won't last long, that's just my opinion but it is based on experience but the main thing I wanted to say was that the 'Fire Rating' of these doors is very low ie they will burn down very quickly in the event of a fire. However, if you leave your doors open at night (internal doors), then any fire within the building will spread very rapidly. Please, whatever internal doors you have, close them at night, it might give you vital seconds to escape in a fire.

Sorry again rockerfella.
#34
Some fair comments to be honest. As pointed out solid is the way to go. I have looked at these before and they seem very flimsy and cheap. The moneys in the fitting and door furniture anway, personally for saving a tenner a door I think its a false economy.

I got some of the cheap solid pine B & Q doors when we moved house we couldnt decide what we wanted (I wanted stripped reclaimed the mrs didnt) so I just got the cheap ones to match what was there in the interim - they are still there 3 years latter and look ok after a couple of coats of egg shell.

If you check them carefully before buying and make sure they are laid flat where they are going before fitting you can get ones that are not warped I ended up with 1 bad door out of 10 in the end, I paid around £20 each for them.

Even the cheap solid ones b&q do are not great quality you get what you pay for at the end of the day. For a rental house thats going to get trashed these might be ok for a couple of years but they look like they will fall to bits before long.
#35
brianfj1200
Are these doors made in the UK or are they from overseas? The reason I ask if they are made overseas and I fitted one when I open it, where will it lead?


Narnia ????
#36
Good stuff, I have a stack (9 if I remember right) of these at the back of my house to replace the current crappy brown hollow things..

they can't be any worse then the shoddy orig fitted jobbies falling apart.

Shhhhhh they've been there a year now, errrr..(or is it a bit longer?? hmm). never fitted a door before , I think they shall remain until I can find a cheapo friend style fitter for the load of em..

In my defense my dad said get them and he will fit them and not to try and do it myself as it's a bitch.

Cheers dad :thumbsup: hehehe... I should have expected it really. :-D but thats oookk..

my sons two this thurs by the time we get around to fitting them he may be able to do it for me. :w00t:
#37
Blasphemous
rockerfella, do you manufacture these or do you go into B&Q and look at them regularly or something? :-D You posted the same deal about 2 months ago. http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/460684/6-panel-internal-doors-10-each-this?p=6024483#post6024483

I ain't gonna comment on them either way this time I'll just wish good luck to anyone buying them...


ha, no i saw them in the paper yesterday and thought i would let anyone know who didnt catch them first time round, some good advice with regards to the fire safety but with regards to the doors, just like last time, anyone who wants cheap internal doors wont beat these for price and quality (against other hollow panelled doors)











you'll need it!

Sorry rockerfella, I couldn't resist. :-D No hard feelings mate.

Oh can I just say though, seriously (sorry I know I said I wouldn't comment either way but I couldn't live with myself if I didn't let people know this), anyone looking to buy these doors, both rockerfella and I both agree these doors are very cheap. They won't last long, that's just my opinion but it is based on experience but the main thing I wanted to say was that the 'Fire Rating' of these doors is very low ie they will burn down very quickly in the event of a fire. However, if you leave your doors open at night (internal doors), then any fire within the building will spread very rapidly. Please, whatever internal doors you have, close them at night, it might give you vital seconds to escape in a fire.

Sorry again rockerfella.
#38
I know there is a big debate over these doors V solid...but

I've hung a lot of doors (though strangely not many people..) and I've had no end of 'solid' pine doors warp on me.

I've never had ANY of these warp on me. Granted, many of the above comments are accurate, but I have had some of these take some fair stick (not a boot through though) and still look fine.

If you're looking for a solid door, I wouldn't pay under £40. Especially not for the ones that are 'strips of pine'.
#39
manbearpig
I saw these today. Good price, but...

Very hollow, and very light. They will feel cheap to use.
Remember, you have to buy the handles and go through all the effort or cost of getting them installed. [I][COLOR="Red"]Do solid doors fit them selves?[/[/COLOR]I]


Are these doors really worth the effort? Not in my opinion.

My b&q were selling knotted solid pines for £20 if you buy 5. Although there is a high chance of getting a warped door with these cheap solid timber doors. Basic good quality doors cost about £70 each from proper timber merchants using the decent bits of wood.

[COLOR="Red"]I have 10 internal doors, if i were to replace them using yours this would cost me £700 (for doors) if i use these it will cost me as little as £80[/COLOR]
#40
brianfj1200
Are these doors made in the UK or are they from overseas? The reason I ask if they are made overseas and I fitted one when I open it, where will it lead?


I think there made by a company called jeld wen who are uk based and have a good reputation for quality.

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