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Wickes Lincoln White Grained Moulded 6 Panel Internal Door (1981mm x 762mm) for £25 click & collect @ Wickes

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Not a bad price for a moulded inner door, now down £5 to £25 with free click & collect. Not a crazy saving, but even a fiver is worthwhile.

10 year guarantee too, which is helpful.



Wickes Lincoln White Grained Moulded 6 Panel Internal Door

Lincoln grained moulded doors feature a six-panel grain effect design that gives a welcoming, traditional appearance.

Features
  • This six panel grain effect moulded door combines a traditional appearance with excellent value for money
  • Mixed material construction combines one piece grain effect facings, timber and man-made materials
  • Moulded panel doors are highly durable and more resistant to warping, twisting and splitting than solid wood doors
  • Supplied primed ready to paint. These doors are not suitable for treatment with any type of oil, varnish, wax or polish. The lock block is located on one side of the door, the location is highlighted by ink jet printing on the top edge of the door
  • Door may be trimmed by up to 10mm in height or width. Any reductions must be removed equally from each edge
  • FSC certified
  • Glazed, fire door and bi-fold door are also available in this range
  • Door furniture is sold separately
  • 10 year guarantee against manufacturing defects. This does not affect your statutory rights
  • Previously known as 'Woburn'

Specifications
  • Height: 1981 mm
  • Thickness: 35 mm
  • Width: 762 mm
  • Door Height Imperial: 6 ft 6 in
  • Door Thickness Imperial: 1 3/8 in
  • Door Width Imperial: 2 ft 6 in
  • Dimensions: 1981 mm x 762 mm x 35 mm
  • Weight: 12 kg
  • Material: Moulded
  • Colour: White
  • Style: 6 Panel
  • Finish: Primed
  • Opening Direction: Reversible
  • Trimmable: Up to 10 mm
  • Glazing Type: Unglazed
  • Lock Block: Yes
  • Range: Lincoln
  • Years Guaranteed: 10
  • Certifications Met: FSC® Certified
  • Type: 6 panel door
  • Brand Name: Wickes



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    I'm a joiner by trade. I bought a couple of Wickes doors last year and all of them warped. This I imagine was down to how they were stored and the moisture content in them. While I normally buy this kind of stuff from my local Timber merchants due to supply issues I bought from Wickes on this occassion.

    I'm interested to know if anyone else experienced the same problem or it was just a one off?
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    Argyll6814/04/2022 10:04

    I'm a joiner by trade. I bought a couple of Wickes doors last year and all …I'm a joiner by trade. I bought a couple of Wickes doors last year and all of them warped. This I imagine was down to how they were stored and the moisture content in them. While I normally buy this kind of stuff from my local Timber merchants due to supply issues I bought from Wickes on this occassion.I'm interested to know if anyone else experienced the same problem or it was just a one off?


    I'm only a diyer and I replaced 3 of my doors with these last year. Bought from Wakefield shop.
    All were fine, would buy again.
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    DopeyDunker14/04/2022 10:10

    @Argyll68 I could use your experience. I've just bought a new place and …@Argyll68 I could use your experience. I've just bought a new place and need new internal doors but everytime I'm about to click-and-buy I read stories / reviews about warping, etc. What should I be looking out for when buying? Obviously I know you get what you pay for but unfortunately I haven't got bottomless pockets. Any advice much appreciated. Thanks.


    I don't have much experience buying from big box stores. As I said I normally buy from my timber merchants. I've fitted a few from B&Q where the customer has supplied them and not heard anything back from them so I guess they must be okay.

    It's how they are stored and the moisture content in them. If I were you I'd buy them and store them in the same room you're fitting them for a few days. Check with a straight edge before fitting to make sure they're still straight.

    slimy3114/04/2022 22:58

    I doubt these particular doors will have caused you an issue.


    They did that's why I mentioned it :/

    It must have been the way they were stored or they got wet and thought no one would notice. The timber frame around them is 20mm thick so enough to cause warping if the moisture content is too high. (edited)
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    Argyll6814/04/2022 10:04

    I'm a joiner by trade. I bought a couple of Wickes doors last year and all …I'm a joiner by trade. I bought a couple of Wickes doors last year and all of them warped. This I imagine was down to how they were stored and the moisture content in them. While I normally buy this kind of stuff from my local Timber merchants due to supply issues I bought from Wickes on this occassion.I'm interested to know if anyone else experienced the same problem or it was just a one off?


    @Argyll68 I could use your experience. I've just bought a new place and need new internal doors but everytime I'm about to click-and-buy I read stories / reviews about warping, etc. What should I be looking out for when buying? Obviously I know you get what you pay for but unfortunately I haven't got bottomless pockets. Any advice much appreciated. Thanks.
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    Argyll6814/04/2022 10:04

    I'm a joiner by trade. I bought a couple of Wickes doors last year and all …I'm a joiner by trade. I bought a couple of Wickes doors last year and all of them warped. This I imagine was down to how they were stored and the moisture content in them. While I normally buy this kind of stuff from my local Timber merchants due to supply issues I bought from Wickes on this occassion.I'm interested to know if anyone else experienced the same problem or it was just a one off?


    Also only a DIY guy but got 3 of these last year and 4 of the fire door variety and all were fine. My door frames on the other hand are as straight as a roundabout!
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    teddybeers15/04/2022 17:12

    There is no deal in here. £25 - £30 is a common price for this type of a p …There is no deal in here. £25 - £30 is a common price for this type of a primed door.


    Well the deal is £5 off, so you are saving a fiver. The common price is the £30 now £25. Lol
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    Wounded. Bought one at £30 a week ago.
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    They are terrible quality, got the replacement from B&Q and these were bad as well. They are made of poor quality filled inside with paper.
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    I think I better to get solid core doors. I recommend Todd's Doors but they are significantly more expensive
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    SupeR13014/04/2022 10:35

    I think I better to get solid core doors. I recommend Todd's Doors but …I think I better to get solid core doors. I recommend Todd's Doors but they are significantly more expensive


    Similar 6 panel at Todd's Doors is 63.20£
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    Argyll6814/04/2022 10:04

    I'm a joiner by trade. I bought a couple of Wickes doors last year and all …I'm a joiner by trade. I bought a couple of Wickes doors last year and all of them warped. This I imagine was down to how they were stored and the moisture content in them. While I normally buy this kind of stuff from my local Timber merchants due to supply issues I bought from Wickes on this occassion.I'm interested to know if anyone else experienced the same problem or it was just a one off?


    I doubt these particular doors will have caused you an issue. They're cardboard core and hardboard face, with a small edge of softwood round the edge. They're not actually solid enough to warp, unless as you say they were particularly badly stored.

    Now the Wickes solid doors are far more likely to turn into boomerangs.

    As for these doors, I've fitted maybe half a dozen of them so far, the complete lack of weight actually makes them quite easy to fit but don't expect a substantial amount of soundproofing. The texture is quite attractive, we use a satin interior paint and they come out looking quite nice. This is a nice discount on an already cheap door. Next time round we'll be going for solid doors but I'll get someone else to fit those (and they won't be coming from Wickes!)
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    DavidTaffJones14/04/2022 08:37

    Wounded. Bought one at £30 a week ago.


    Buy another set and take back with old receipt
    I think they give 28 days
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    Howdens normally have similar priced moulded doors on sale often. I find stock from them is less often damaged than wickes/b&q. People complaining about quality especially pro’s should know you get what you pay for. If they’ve warped you can try claiming against warranty
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    There is no deal in here. £25 - £30 is a common price for this type of a primed door.
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    montana7815/04/2022 05:05

    Buy another set and take back with old receipt I think they give 28 …Buy another set and take back with old receipt I think they give 28 days


    £5 delivery for me, so would only break even
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