6 Panel Moulded Internal Door Broadland Woodgrain Effect White. £13.50 @ B&Q - HotUKDeals
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B&Q Broadland Woodgrain Effect Internal 6 Panel Moulded Door NAT26CLN White (H)1980 x (W)762 x (D)35mm
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#1
voting cold?? why just find me cheaper!!!
1 Like #2
good find..heat added :thumbsup:
#3
Tikkas
voting cold?? why just find me cheaper!!!


The problem is you cannot get any cheaper.

This is the type of door they put in low end newbuilds.

When you see them in real life they look extremely cheap.

Its white plastic moulded to look like its a panel door -and even has 'grain' that looks so fake too.

If its a door for someplace you rent out - it will do its job - and you wont care when it gets darts holes in it or kicked in occasionally. But for your own house - don't do it.
#4
last year I saw them for £9.99 at B&Q
they're [email protected], even at this price, about as much fire resistance, and as sturdy, as a cardboard box

don't current building regs say doors should have 30 minutes fire resistance (may be wrong there) ?
you'd be lucky to get 30 seconds with these 8(
#5
Its a good price for these. My flat had been fitted with these on all doors bar one so I just replaced the final door with one of these. They are not great quality and I would choose a different door if/when I come to replace the doors, but if you don't have the budget then they are perfectly fine. Voted hot for the price.
#6
Good find.

Ibiza - I don't think it's plastic

Soweezy - With regard to fire resistance, it depends where you are putting the door. For new builds you don't need fire doors into bathrooms & ensuites etc. I'm not sure what the regulations are regarding existing properties but my guess is it won't apply as they would have no way of enforcing it.

Voted hot - may not be the best doors but if you're after a cheap door you'd be hard pushed to find one better at this price.
#7
Ghosthunter
....Ibiza - I don't think it's plastic



:thumbsup: It's not


There's 20% off all wooden interior and exterior doors.
#8
How hard are these to hang?
#9
If its not plastic - when you see it close up it looks like plastic - with a fake grain running over it.

The edge of the panels reminded me of the corrugated lines on a plastic cup from a drinks machine.

They look really bad.
#10
turdburglar
How hard are these to hang?


I think they would be better hanging the people who make these.
#11
turdburglar
How hard are these to hang?


Harder than a very well hung man.

I would rate then as average difficulty for most.
#12
They're fine for most people who don't like old ****** wooden, overpriced stuff and you want everything to look painted and modern in your home. They're better than the standard new build plain ones!
#13
Don't chop off more than 30mm off the bottom other wise you will end up with a BIG hole + the faces caving in :whistling:
#14
turdburglar
How hard are these to hang?



.........easy



zermattbusby
Don't chop off more than 30mm off the bottom other wise you will end up with a BIG hole + the faces caving in :whistling:




haha ya learnt the hard way :roll:
#15
zermattbusby;2780237
Don't chop off more than 30mm off the bottom other wise you will end up with a BIG hole + the faces caving in :whistling:



Actually YOU CAN.

Just need to trim the glued 'n stuff off the wood and re-glue back in place with a couple of pins.

Bigger problem is hinges on wrong side of door i.e. on the lock side.:)

Easily done.

Thanks anyhow Tikka.

Need a few of these to match exisiting.

WD THX.
#16
These doors are in every doorway of my house. Reason being that I bought my house in a poor state of repair and have spent the last year doing the place up alone and had a not so big budget to work with. I'd say off my head ive bought 7 or these doors. Im looking to move on in a couple of years dependant on the housing market and think once these are hung and glossed they look fine.
Takes me about an hour or 2 to hang a door plus drill the lock out etc.
One thing i will say is dont buy them and leave them leaning up against a wall for weeks in the heat as they warp and dont fit the doorway, which i have found out. I will be buying 2 more of these to replace the warped ones.
They do the job peeps :thumbsup:
#17
zermattbusby
Don't chop off more than 30mm off the bottom other wise you will end up with a BIG hole + the faces caving in :whistling:


yeah, that's kind of obvious isn't it? cut it equally or if it won't fit and you don't know what you're doing to make it fit, don't buy it! :whistling:

most of us don't live in a dream house, they do fine!
banned#18
not bad
#19
ibiza
The problem is you cannot get any cheaper.

This is the type of door they put in low end newbuilds.

When you see them in real life they look extremely cheap.

Its white plastic moulded to look like its a panel door -and even has 'grain' that looks so fake too.

If its a door for someplace you rent out - it will do its job - and you wont care when it gets darts holes in it or kicked in occasionally. But for your own house - don't do it.


Wrong (IMO). They don't look cheap. They simply sound cheap when u tap them.
And as far as I know, it's not made of plastic. Its a realy thin sheet of wood. Ideal for anyone who doesn't need a fireproof door, or custom size one, and someone who is not after the more expensive range.
And btw, I am a law degree student as well ;-)
#20
ibiza
I think they would be better hanging the people who make these.


Okay!! Whatever that means...
#21
I'm after one narrow one of these, 27 inch instead of 30 to complete a job of 5 doors upstairs - anyone seen any narrow ones cheaper?

I've got 4 of these from B&Q at £10 'when its gone its gone' promotion in the spring.

Watch B&Q - our local one were selling another one with only four panles at £10 instead of the Broadland
#22
good find..heat and rep added
#23
nice one, I need a cheap door, after my tenant left me with a missing door.
#24
ibiza;2778251
....Its white plastic moulded to look like its a panel door -and even has 'grain' that looks so fake too.

vbnmu;2780779
....And as far as I know, it's not made of plastic. Its a realy thin sheet of wood.
The panelled faces of the doors are made of a preformed (pressed) mdf that's about (from memory) 5mm thick. The face of the mdf is coated in a very thin sheet of white plastic rather like sticky back plastic that will chip and peel slightly if your tools aren't sharp. This isn't really a problem because the marks will be hidden once the door is painted.

I recently hung a bunch of these doors for a customer who I'm sure only paid £10 each. He had started to fit one and had cut too much off the top exposing the hollow interior. When I looked inside the door I could see that the mdf had been moulded into the shape of the panels rather like an eggbox is moulded into the shape of the eggs, if that makes sense.

The doors weigh hardly anything which makes the hanging process less of a maul than a solid door.

They're perfectly good doors if they're fitted correctly. They're also quite stable and don't warp too easily (unless stored against a wall as mentioned earlier). Not one of the doors that I fitted was too twisted to cause me any problems when fitting. Unlike the cheap "knotty pine" doors usually sold by DIY stores which are much more prone to warp.

Obviously, due to their construction, they're not as robust as a solid wooden door i.e. they won't take a steel toe cap quite as well! But as a previous post mentioned, they look clean and modern when painted.
#25
Anyone know of anywhere to get some cheap beech coloured internal doors??????????????????

cheers x
#26
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And btw, I am a law degree student as well ;-)[/QUOTE]

and????? :whistling:
#27
when does this expire?
#28
vbnmu
Wrong (IMO). They don't look cheap. They simply sound cheap when u tap them.
And as far as I know, it's not made of plastic. Its a realy thin sheet of wood. Ideal for anyone who doesn't need a fireproof door, or custom size one, and someone who is not after the more expensive range.
And btw, I am a law degree student as well ;-)


Taxdodger
#29
soweezy
last year I saw them for £9.99 at B&Q
they're [email protected], even at this price, about as much fire resistance, and as sturdy, as a cardboard box

don't current building regs say doors should have 30 minutes fire resistance (may be wrong there) ?
you'd be lucky to get 30 seconds with these 8(


Sorry but you are wrong. Even the cheapest door on the market is required to give 20 minutes of fire protection
#30
thanks, i am going to go 4 these today and take mil with me 4 10% off! i had these in my last house and they are fine.
#31
dazco
Taxdodger


yup :thumbsup: still living off parents and us taxpayers i spect :whistling:
#32
Alchemy
nice one, I need a cheap door, after my tenant left me with a missing door.


so you can't afford a decent one with his deposit you kept? lol
#33
Thanks for this, i got one, great timing as we are adding an extra room to house this week.

Great price after extra 10% wednesday oap discount !!

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