Grace your front porch with the traditionally simple lines and warm oak tones of our exterior hardwood door.
Our External Dordogne Oak doors are a contemporary design that lets the beautiful wood colour speak for itself, making them a good choice for a modern exterior. The oak veneer is constructed from wood cut at two different angles to create different grain patterns for the central panels and the surrounding frame.
- Construction Material Oak Veneer
- Door Finish Type Unfinished
Dordogne External Door DXH26, Prices from
Colour Description - Oak
Construction Material - Oak Veneer
Core Material - MRMDF
Door construction - Dowel and glue constructionFinish With - Paint or stain
Glue/Resin - PVA D4
Lipping Material - KSK Hardwood
Material - Inserts made from local hardwood or American White OakNumber of Panels - 5
Surface veneer thickness - 1mm
Timber Species - Meranti
Veneer grade - A
Veneer timber species - American White Oak
Bottom Rail - 185mm
Door lipping thickness - bottom - 10mm
Door lipping thickness - sides - 10mm
Door lipping thickness - top - 10mm
Height - 1981mm
Height (Imperial) - 6'6"
Stile - 120mm
Thickness - 44mm
Top Rail - 117mm
Weight (Excluding Packaging) - 47.832kg
Width - 838mm
Width (Imperial) - 2'9"
Door Edging Maximum Trim Bottom - 5mm
Door Edging Maximum Trim Each Side - 5mm
Door Edging Maximum Trim Top - 5mm
Edging additional information
An equal amount of timber should be removed from each side/ top & bottom. Remaining within the parameters of the maximum trim instructions ensures the construction of the door is not compromised.
- Ready for finishing with recommended exterior varnish, stain or paint.
- Please refer to door instructions for all fitting information.
- For identification, the Howdens logo, SKU code and batch number is on the top edge of the door.
- The front of the door can be identified by the weather bar at the bottom of the door.
Lock Block Additional Information
A lock block is not included on this door as it is a solid construction. The lock can be fitted in any location on either side, avoiding mid rail joints as this can weaken the structure of the door.