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Cottage Moulded Primed Woodgrain Internal Door £24 or two for £40.80 (£20.40 each) @ Homebase (free click and collect)
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Cottage Moulded Primed Woodgrain Internal Door £24 or two for £40.80 (£20.40 each) @ Homebase (free click and collect)

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Posted 7th Feb

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Cottage Moulded Primed Woodgrain Internal Door reduced from £31 to £24 plus there is a further 15% offer if you buy 2 or more, so works out at just over £20 each. Next best price I can see is B&Q at £30 and seems to get decent reviews. Dimensions are (H)1981 x (W)762 x (D)35mm, comes with a 10 year manufacturer guarantee and FSC certified. Free click and collect.



Cottage Moulded Primed Woodgrain Internal Door

This cottage style internal door is supplied primed and has a natural woodgrain finish. This door will complement either a traditional or contemporary dcor.

  • Material Manufactured using FSC Certified chain of custody certified timber from sustainable sources.
  • Dimensions (H)1981 x (W)762 x (D)35mm
  • Effects and finish Supplied primed ready for your final choice of paint finish
  • Guarantee 10 years manufacturers guarantee against defects included
  • Industry standards or certification FSC Certified

Also 15% off other internal doors when you buy 2 or more - link


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skyebluebirch07/02/2020 17:30

It says max trim height is 6 is that 6mm as in both ends or would you be …It says max trim height is 6 is that 6mm as in both ends or would you be able to trim more off


Yes these type doors are made of roughly 30mm x30mm timber on each edge to make a frame then a hollow egg box type interior. It means you can cut upto 20mm off any edge (possibly against manufacturer’s guidance). If more than 30mm is required off the bottom you can remove the mdf face off the offcut and stick it back in. I have had to do this when cutting doors to roughly 1860mm in basements
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So annoying - I'm the look out for x2 of these but 686mm and it seems they don't do them.
Thanx Chanchi
It says max trim height is 6 is that 6mm as in both ends or would you be able to trim more off
Could someone please advise if this is full solid wood, or corrugated honeycomb cardboard inside? I’m looking for solid wooden internal doors, need around 14 minimum
fatoosh07/02/2020 23:29

Could someone please advise if this is full solid wood, or corrugated …Could someone please advise if this is full solid wood, or corrugated honeycomb cardboard inside? I’m looking for solid wooden internal doors, need around 14 minimum


Yes these are the cheaper “eggbox” doors
Fire doors?
skyebluebirch07/02/2020 17:30

It says max trim height is 6 is that 6mm as in both ends or would you be …It says max trim height is 6 is that 6mm as in both ends or would you be able to trim more off


Yes these type doors are made of roughly 30mm x30mm timber on each edge to make a frame then a hollow egg box type interior. It means you can cut upto 20mm off any edge (possibly against manufacturer’s guidance). If more than 30mm is required off the bottom you can remove the mdf face off the offcut and stick it back in. I have had to do this when cutting doors to roughly 1860mm in basements
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Been eyeing these up on wickes. Are they basically the same or is there a quality difference?

Do the internals make them poor for soundproofing?
Edited by: "scott2c" 8th Feb
They are very light doors...does also make them less soundproof...can hear everyone round the house on them. However once painted and professionally fitted actually look decent. ..but not good for slamming if you have kids
Engineered, solid core, flat panels.
scott2c08/02/2020 00:32

Been eyeing these up on wickes. Are they basically the same or is there a …Been eyeing these up on wickes. Are they basically the same or is there a quality difference?Do the internals make them poor for soundproofing?


I’m after exactly the same info. Joiner wants me to get some at over double the price from a trade place, but the specs and amount max to cut off look the exact same, in my eyes from the same factory... but what do I know!?
Edited by: "Lanky01" 8th Feb
Holdsworth3707/02/2020 23:55

Yes these are the cheaper “eggbox” doors


Thanks, any idea where I can get solid doors from at a decent price. Just want better sound proofing etc
Would this be OK for a bathroom door? Or is it likely to bubble and warp?
fatoosh08/02/2020 09:44

Thanks, any idea where I can get solid doors from at a decent price. Just …Thanks, any idea where I can get solid doors from at a decent price. Just want better sound proofing etc


Consider removing the outer wood on one side, remove the cardboard eggshell interior, insert a slab of good Rockwool insulation, then put the outer piece back.

As you can see in the photo, there is a faint join line down each door on the left and right where the outer wood is stuck together. I've seen this job done with no obvious marks left behind other than these original join lines.

It's a bit of a faff, but if you're decent at working with wood and struggling to find what you want / your budget understandably won't stretch to c. £100 a door , this should give a big reduction in sound vs a hollow door.

You could give it a go with one door and see how you get on. If it doesn't work out, the leftover Rockwool could always be put to use in your loft and potentially pay back the cost via lower heating bills and reduction in noise from outside.

Alternatively, if you have a bit of headroom in your budget and don't feel confident doing this work, consider getting some quotes from decent joiners to do it for you (with you supplying the doors and the exact Rockwool you want, and a separate quote with them supplying to see which is cheaper).

A multipack of the really good Rockwool slabs (e.g. RW3, RW45) online should only be about £20-£30. You'll also need more than 2 standard hinges as you would for a solid wood door.
Edited by: "arCuThEDOWDr" 8th Feb
arCuThEDOWDr08/02/2020 10:22

Consider removing the outer wood on one side, remove the cardboard …Consider removing the outer wood on one side, remove the cardboard eggshell interior, insert a slab of good Rockwool insulation, then put the outer piece back. As you can see in the photo, there is a faint join line down each door on the left and right where the outer wood is stuck together. I've seen this job done with no obvious marks left behind other than these original join lines.It's a bit of a faff, but if you're decent at working with wood and struggling to find what you want / your budget understandably won't stretch to c. £100 a door , this should give a big reduction in sound vs a hollow door.You could give it a go with one door and see how you get on. If it doesn't work out, the leftover Rockwool could always be put to use in your loft and potentially pay back the cost via lower heating bills and reduction in noise from outside.A multipack of the really good Rockwool slabs (e.g. RW3, RW45) online should only be about £20-£30. You'll also need more than 2 standard hinges as you would for a solid wood door.


The problem is I need a minimum of 14 doors that need replacing, but have 17 internal doors in total. So naturally it’s going to cost me an arm and a leg to replace all of them
fatoosh08/02/2020 10:40

The problem is I need a minimum of 14 doors that need replacing, but have …The problem is I need a minimum of 14 doors that need replacing, but have 17 internal doors in total. So naturally it’s going to cost me an arm and a leg to replace all of them


I've just added another thought to my post about enlisting a joiner which might help? With that many doors, the savings made vs buying solid wood would really add up.

Would you want to do it yourself (maybe with a first go), or would you use a joiner?
Edited by: "arCuThEDOWDr" 8th Feb
fatoosh08/02/2020 09:44

Thanks, any idea where I can get solid doors from at a decent price. Just …Thanks, any idea where I can get solid doors from at a decent price. Just want better sound proofing etc


I always find howdens and magnet to be keen on pricing but it's trade so you need an account or to know somebody who doesn't mind you using theirs. If you want quite a few it's worth getting a quote from travis perkins but never just walk in to buy.

Re. Sound proofing, heavy doors absorb more sound but it's as important to have a door well fitted to stop sound leakage. Draught strips can make a big difference if you've got badly fitted doors/wonky frames.
jakelines07/02/2020 11:17

So annoying - I'm the look out for x2 of these but 686mm and it seems they …So annoying - I'm the look out for x2 of these but 686mm and it seems they don't do them.


Looks like they used to:
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I'm in the same boat, need 762's and a couple of 686's
jakelines07/02/2020 11:17

So annoying - I'm the look out for x2 of these but 686mm and it seems they …So annoying - I'm the look out for x2 of these but 686mm and it seems they don't do them.


Wickes still do a 686 which look exactly the same https://www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-Geneva-White-Grained-Moulded-Cottage-Internal-Door—1981mm-x-686mm/p/165805
warwick2008/02/2020 20:07

Wickes still do a 686 which look exactly the same …Wickes still do a 686 which look exactly the same https://www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-Geneva-White-Grained-Moulded-Cottage-Internal-Door—1981mm-x-686mm/p/165805


Thanks. B&Q too, think they have better reviews and slightly cheaper.


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Took 4 of these home in the car tonight very light.

Will see in a few weeks what the final outcome is like when they are fitted and painted
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