The cambridge white primed 2 panelled interior door has a contemporary two block design and is sound reducing.
- Contemporary two block design
- Sound reducing
- White primed finish, ready for final finishing coat
- Smooth finish
- Traditional and contemporary design option available
- Manufactured under the BWF-CERTIFIRE scheme
- 10-year guarantee
- FSC Certified
- BWF-CERTIFIRE Rated
Please note: Create a door pair when you purchase the Jeld-Wen pair maker along with these doors – Pair makers allow you to put two doors together to created a pair, perfect to create a statement feature in bigger spaces.
Material composition: The standard core is hollow with one lock block to one side of the door for lock or latch fixing. This product is generally used in domestic situations. The weight is approximately 13kg.
Installation: Internal doors should not be installed in areas with recent plastered, screeded or wet sites. All of our doors including those pre-finished, should not be exposed to inappropriate damp site conditions.
Trimming: There is a 4mm trim option along the two long edges, 6mm on the bottom edge and no trim allowance on the top edge. All doors are supplied with unfinished edges.
Storage: When receiving door, it should be laid flat fully supported off the floor in a dry and fully ventilated area with protective packaging intact. Doors must be stored flat in cool, dry conditions avoiding direct contact with sunlight before the door has been finished.
Finishers: Be sure to select a finisher with a lasting seal between component parts. Please avoid water-based finishers, using only good quality solvent-based finishers. Danish oil is not suitable for use on any of our doors. It is essential that the door is completely finished on the two faces and all four edges plus any cut-outs for locks, handles and hinges etc. Prior to finishing or sealing, lightly sand any handling marks. Usually 3 top coats are satisfactory, but we strongly recommend you that you treat this door in accordance with the paint manufacturer’s instructions. A light sanding between coats will provide the best finish. Adequate drying time must be allowed between each coat. Failure to seal the doors accordingly will invalidate any claims.