Newbury Satin Double Glazed Oak Door
U-Value of 1.8W/m2K
The Newbury Satin Double Glazed Oak Door is a sleek, vertically-boarded door which has a vertical pane of Satin Double Glazing positioned off-centre within the panel of the door.
The central panel is divided into several vertically-grained sections to give the effect of traditional Tongue and Grooved Boards, with the door looking the same inside and out.
The Newbury Satin Double Glazed Oak Door is pre-fitted with one tall Satin Double glazed unit which is toughened and obscure. The beading framing the glazing is raised with a contemporary square edge.
If you require a fully panelled version to match with this inviting door, it coordinates seamlessly with the Farmhouse Full Panel, with both incorporating a sleek, vertical-panel effect wood graining, bringing a traditional touch to a modern and stylish door.
- Supplied with toughened satin double glazing
- Raised mouldings around glass on both sides
- Note: The glass is obscure satin
- Note: The Satin side of the double glazed unit may be inside or outside depending on how you orientate the door
- Actual U-Value of the door itself is 1.72 W/m²K with a declared U-Value of 1.8 when supplied as one of our pre-hung door sets.
When fitting the door it is normal to place the glass opposite the hinge side, close to the handle side. We will do this if you order the door pre-hung. The image shown above would apply if the hinges were on the left when viewed from outside.
Letter plates should be installed in the bottom rail. This is to stop any water ingress on the V Groove panel details.
Pre-Hung Door Option.
Order this Newbury Satin Double Glazed Oak Door door as a pre hung door set including Multipoint lock, Handles, Frame, Hinges, Weatherboard and Cill.
Trimming allowance: -
12.5mm (½") each stile
12.5mm (½") top and bottom
Lipping size: -
20mm (0.8") on all 4 edges
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Non of our doors are made from solid timber. They are all engineered and veneered. Click here to view modern construction methods to enable sustainability along with producing a more durable and stable product.