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6 Panel Moulded Door £10.39 @ Wickes

£10.39 @ Wickes
saw these today in colchester wickes store 6 Panel Moulded Doors cant see them on line, so might be just some store's, but worth a check if you are thinking of changing doors at this price
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
saw these today in colchester wickes store
6 Panel Moulded Doors
cant see them on line, so might be just some store's, but worth a check if you are thinking of changing doors at this price
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#1
Is there any code for the door?
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bikerjodie
Is there any code for the door?


No, there's just a handle ;-)
#3
hahahaha
#4
Ahhh crap, I just the other day spent £30 at B&Q on one of these.
#5
it says £26.99
#6
get a refund/?
#7
ACIDFORUMS
get a refund/?


If your talking to me, too late it's been planed to fit my frame, on the hinges and got a handle in it now. Oh well, you win some you lose some.
#8
crap door, moulded stuff... I am in the proccess of replacing them all in my house (6 done, 3 to go)
I saw very nice oak veneered doors in MK B&Q over weekend, only 24.99£, they were very nice, would reccomend without hesitation...
#9
bikerjodie
Is there any code for the door?


they where all stacked up just in the door-way as i went in,
few people buying them at them prices, just paided nearly £30 a door a few months ago my self
so was a bit sick to see them at that price now :-)
didnt realy take much detail of them apart been £10.39 a door
#10
just rang up wickes in colchester and its £10.39 a door
code 200604

and its in all the stores
#11
£17.99 online
#12
Save your money and get a solid oak one , but if u can get one for a tenner bargin
#13
What size are the doors? They have 5 different ones online and generally with these deals its just one specific door.
#14
SuPerNoVi
If your talking to me, too late it's been planed to fit my frame, on the hinges and got a handle in it now. Oh well, you win some you lose some.


Buy the one in Wickes and take that one back to B&Q with your receipt.


*As long as they're identical!
#15
This offer is only when you buy 5 doors & have a loyalty card.
#16
http://www.wickes.co.uk/pcat/dealOfTheWeek?WT.ac=SP10339
* Offer valid from Monday 13th July 2009 to Friday 17th July 2009 inclusive. Offer applies to 6 x Panel Moulded Doors 78" x 30" (sku 200-604) bought in a single purchase. Single price £17.99 each.

- Available whilst promotional stocks last.
- Only available to new and existing MyCard holders.

If you are not yet registered to MyCard you can register during your telephone order for Deal of the Week. Alternatively, visit mywickescard.co.uk and register now.
#17
thanks for posting this. i'll be down there tonight.
#18
Good price if you want them for spruce up job on a property you are selling. If youre intending to stay at a property I would buy something a bit better. I bought 9 of these last year for my house and paid £240 to have them fitted. I wish now that I'd spent an extra £10 to £15 on each door as these are lightweight and flimsy. The door handles are coming off already as they are screwed in to basically cardboard.
#19
Doors like these can't offer much fire or noise resistance. Solid are much better if you can afford them.
#20
Just love HUKD. Where elsse can you upgrade to Windows 7 and downgrade to Wickes doors??

Must agree with the previous posts on quality and weight. Best to choose a heavier door, one worth fitting.
#21
Bargain for a door..
#22
damn, I'm buying a house at the mo and have these doors on the shopping list. Problem is I've no where to store them and what happens if the house purchase falls through. Decisions decisions....
banned#23
SuPerNoVi;5755983
If your talking to me, too late it's been planed to fit my frame, on the hinges and got a handle in it now. Oh well, you win some you lose some.


1. Find your old receipt and take it to the store.
2. Purchase the same quantity you bought last time paying full price.
3. Then go to the customer service desk with the NEW doors you just bought and ask for a full refund using the OLD receipt.

Effectively you are returning like with like. I did this once at PC World when a laptop case was full price one week and massively reduce the following week. The shops do not actively promote this for obvious reasons BUT this is completely legit.
#24
I need to replace all the internal doors in my house as the previous owners didnt treat them very well plus they are dark brown so would prefer white. Any idea how much you would expect to pay someone to fit each one? I've been quoted £25-£30 per door does that sound reasonable?
I've got 13 to replace so need a deal!
#25
£25 - £30 is probably pretty good. Can't remember what the "Book Time" is for fitting a door, somewhere around one hour I think. Don't forget the hardware can add up too.
#26
seaspray
£25 - £30 is probably pretty good. Can't remember what the "Book Time" is for fitting a door, somewhere around one hour I think. Don't forget the hardware can add up too.


There is one small problem with “book times” – they’re nonsense. If you only spend one hour trimming, hanging, planning and fitting out a door, it will be very badly done.
#27
The question was, is £25 - £30 a good deal, and I thought it was.
I can't remember exactly what the "book time" is 'cos I lent my book to someone about 15 years ago and never had it returned.
Fitting a new internal door in a new house doesn't take long with todays kit, routers and jigs, electric planers. Whether it was done well or badly would depend on the craftsman.
#28
Before I looked into it I didn't realise fitting doors was such a skill but I guess if you want the job done well the got to get the pro's in.

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