Internal fire doors add a level of fire protection and safety to your home. Installing one can help to protect an exit, keeping fire and smoke at bay. Whether you're looking for a glazed internal fire door or a black, white grey or oak fire rated door, we've got the right choice for you. All our 44mm internal doors are great value for money too.
Fire doors are specifically designed to stop fire and smoke spreading for a certain amount of time. This helps to protect the exit, allowing people more time to evacuate in the event of a fire.
When you think of internal fire doors you might conjure up images of heavy green steel or thick and unattractive gloss-painted jobs found in student homes or hotels. The reality of a domestic fire door is that they look just like your standard internal doors, just a little thicker. Our fire doors are 44mm thick internal doors, which is around 10mm thicker than a standard door.
Yes, glazed internal fire doors are available. A glazed fire door will still offer protection. An FD30 glazed fire door gives a minimum of 30 minutes of protection, just like the rest of our range. Internal fire doors with glass use specialist fire rated glass to provide the safety you need. A fire door with glass panel will help you create a light space whilst maintaining safety standards.
Our internal fire doors are available in a wide range of materials including oak and rustic oak, walnut, pine, and solid white primed. As mentioned above, we even offer a selection of glazed fire doors that allow light through room-to-room but will protect your family should a fire break out in your home. Oak fire doors are a popular choice that looks great in both modern and contemporary homes.
We are delighted to offer the majority of our internal doors as FD30 fire rated doors which are suitable for use in homes or light commercial use. All of our fire doors are 44mm thick and can prevent the passage of fire and smoke for a minimum of 30 minutes.
Local authorities recommend that fire doors be positioned between garages and kitchens and/or between kitchens and other rooms. They are also a necessity where risks of fire may be higher and to protect stairwells and hallways in commercial properties such as B&B’s.
So, please feel free to click around our selection of FD30 fire doors to find out more about each door. If you find yourself with any questions, just get in touch and a member of our team will be happy to offer advice, explanations, and even recommendations. We'll deliver your fire doors direct to your home, so you can get on with your project uninterrupted.