Greet your guests with the unique four-window design and warm oak tones of our Dordogne glazed front door.
Thanks to the popularity of Scandinavian design, the timeless appeal of oak has returned to modern homes. Our External Dordogne Oak Glazed doors embrace this trend, with welcoming wood tones and four glass panels. The beautiful grain can be enhanced with varnish or stain, and the double-glazed panels are frosted for your privacy.
- Construction Material Oak Veneer
- Door Finish Type Unfinished
Dordogne Oak Glazed External Door DXH29/DXP29, Prices from
Colour Description - Oak
Construction Material - Oak Veneer
Core Material - Engineered Timber
Door construction - Dowel and glue constructionFinish with - Paint or Stain
Glazing - Supplied with toughened frosted glass
Glazing Fixing Method - Cramp Glazed (Glass cannot be replaced)
Glazing Stamp Details - Visible on each pane to comply with legislation
Glue/Resin - PVA D4
Lipping Material - 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 - 20mm
Door lipping thickness - sides - 20mm
Door lipping thickness - top - 20mm
Glazing Height - 241mm
Glazing thickness - 18mm
Glazing Width - 202mm
Height - 1981mm
Height (Imperial) - 6'6"
Stile - 120mm
Thickness - 44mm
Top Rail - 117mm
Weight (Excluding Packaging) - 45.869kg
Width - 838mm
Width (Imperial) - 2'9"
Glazing certificate available
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.