Do you want to add a touch of class to your home? The Deanta Coventry oak fire door is a beautiful, contemporary oak veneer door with sleek, elegant clean and simple lines. The perfect internal fire door to add a contemporary look with a fresh elegant appeal at an affordable price. This shaker style fire door is a contemporary style, with its four large flat oak panels, it perfectly showcases the beauty of natural oak. Suitable for both modern and traditional properties, whether it's for a commercial property or the modern home, this oak door is sure to be a perfect addition.
Manufactured by Deanta Doors, this fire rated door is made to the highest quality using high grade materials and manufacturing, delivering a door that grants not just the fire protection but also long lasting durability. All fully backed up with a 10 year manufacturer's warranty. The door is made from a solid fire resistant core, surrounded by an above standard solid oak trim and covered with a American white oak veneer.
This shaker fire door comes in seven popular sizes all of which can be trimmed on each side by a maximum of 15mm. Thus giving you a total adjustment of 30mm to the height and width of the 30 minute fire doors allowing easy installation into most homes. These interior fire doors are supplied unfinished and will require finishing with a suitable oil prior to installation of this FD30 fire door.
With it's FD30 rating, it is fully tested and certified meaning it has a 30 minute burn time, which allows valuable time and protection against fire, thus this door is perfect when your home needs to comply with building regulations that require you to install a fire rated FD30 door. Though you will need to check with your local authority for any additional requirements when installing FD30 rated doors.
What is a fire door?
Fire Doors (FD30 fire rated doors) are doors which are suitable for use in homes or light commercial use. All Express Doors 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.