Hardwood and oak weather board options which attach to your external door, preventing wind and rain driving at the seal of your door.
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Looking for the finishing touch for your Exterior Door? We have weather board options in both Dark Red hardwood, or Oak which can be attached to the bottom of your external door, to prevent any wind driven rain driving at the base seal of the door. These weather Boards, otherwise known as Weather Bars are supplied unfinished as standard in a standard length of 915mm which you can cut down to suit your door.
Help, Tips & Advice
Internal bifold doors are a little trickier to install than the other sorts we might find in our home. Not only do they require rails, runners, and other extra components, but they come in a r...Read More
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Firstly, what is a door jamb?
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Although this is the only part of...Read More
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If your door frame...Read More
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It’s essential to establish whether the walls are load-bearing or not to ensure you have the correct tools and...Read More