Introduce a rustic touch to your outbuildings with these tongue and groove Ledged and Braced Wooden doors.

The traditional tongue and groove design gives this door a country look that is great for garden entrances or outbuildings. The “ledged and braced” part of the name comes from its construction: the rear has horizontal lengths of wood known as ledges and diagonal ones called braces, giving the door stability and strength.

  • Construction Material Softwood
  • Door Finish Type Unfinished

Ledged and Braced External Softwood Door DXC06, Prices from

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  • Colour Description - Pine

    Construction detail - Redwood board and braces loose pinned

    Construction Material - Softwood

    Core Material - Redwood

    Door construction - Solid timber construction

    Finish With - Paint 

    Glue/Resin - PVA D4

    Number of Panels - 8

    Timber Species - Redwood
     

    Product Measurements

    Board thickness - 18mm

    Bottom Ledge - 152mm

    Height - 1981mm

    Height (Imperial) - 6'6"

    Ledge thickness - 94mm

    Ledge/Brace thickness - 20mm

    Thickness - 38mm

    Top ledge thickness - 152mm

    Weight (Excluding Packaging) - 15.5kg

    Width - 686mm

    Width (Imperial) - 2'3"

     

    Timber certification - FSC

     

    Installation

    Door Edging Maximum Trim Bottom - 10mm

    Door Edging Maximum Trim Each Side - 10mm

    Door Edging Maximum Trim Top - 10mm

     

    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.

    Fitting Instructions

    • 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.

    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.

 

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