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Weather Boards For Exterior Doors

  • Material Oak / Hardwood

From: £15.00

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Internal Pairmaker

  • Material Engineered Oak

From: £24.99

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Oak Door Lining - Internal

  • Material Engineered Oak

From: £47.99

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Internal Oak Architrave Pack

  • Material Engineered Oak

From: £55.00

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Oak Door Frames - Exterior

  • Material Solid Oak

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What are Door Frames

When framing a door opening it’s important to work carefully and accurately. If the frame doesn’t fit perfectly your door may jam, stick or become difficult to use. Conversely, a well-fitted door frame will help reduce drafts, keeping you snug and warm. 

Choosing A Door Frame

Our timber frames are made to match our doors, so you can create a consistent appearance throughout your home. Choose from internal door frames in oak veneered mdf, or select external door frames crafted from hardwood and oak. Prefinished wood is ideal if you want to install straight away but unfinished works well for those who want to paint or stain their frame to match a door with a unique finish or colour.

We stock a wide range of interior and exterior door frames at competitive prices. Our exterior door frames and kits are supplied flat pack complete with weather-seals and water bars. Mortice and tenon joints and are offered in sizes to suit most standard exterior door types. We’re confident that we can help you find a frame to fit whatever the size of your door, as our range covers sizes to suit all standard doors. Our door frames can be easily trimmed to the specific door size if necessary. We can also offer door frame screens up to 3052mm wide and up to 2360mm high, so please get in touch if you can’t see what you need online.


What Size Door Frame Do I Need?

To determine the size of frame you need, first measure the height of the brickwork opening at either side and in the centre. Next, measure the width of the brickwork at the top, middle and bottom of the opening. Take the average of each set of measurements as the size for the opening. Deduct approx. 10mm (0.4”) from the average height and width. This defines the height and width of door frame you will need.


More Than Just the Frame…

We stock interior door linings, skirtings, architraves and exterior weather bars so you can complete your door installation whatever your needs. Vestibule frame kits suitable for front entrance frames with sidelights are available too, and you can choose both door and sidelights for these frames from our range to create an entrance of your choice.

Whether you’re working on a self-build, renovation or just looking to give your home a makeover, we’re here to help. If you’d like to talk to an expert don’t forget you can visit our door showroom Mon-Fri or Sat by appointment. 

Help, Tips & Advice
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How To Frame A Bifold Door

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 ...

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Painting your Door and Door Frame

Whether you’re renovating old doors or you’ve just purchased new ones, painting the door and its frame is a great way to add character. Although upkeep on internal doors is minimal, over t...

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Everything You Need to Know About Door Frames

Door frames play an essential role when it comes to the usability of a door. They provide a cosy home for the door to sit in, prevent draughts, hide gaps between the wall and the door, and they improv...

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What Is the Difference Between a Door Frame and Door Lining?

A door frame consists of many elements. Parts, such as door lining/casing, architrave, and sill, all form to create a door frame. If you’re interested in learning more about the technical term...

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Door Frame FAQs

Door frames are an integral part of internal and external doors. Without them, brickwork and concrete will become damaged, your door won’t open and close as effectively as it should, and your ho...

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What Size is a Standard Door Frame?

The standard size for a door frame is 762mm in width. However, there technically isn’t a standard size - unlike the standard sizes for doors. Door frames are slightly different in that they&rsqu...

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What Does "Pre-hung Door" Mean?

A pre-hung door is the complete door package, consisting of a slab door, door frame, and hinges. For people who are new to door installation, purchasing a pre-hung door is ideal. All you need to do is...

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How do You Fix a Door Jamb?

Firstly, what is a door jamb? A door jamb is the piece of flat wood that runs vertically along the internal sides of a door frame. The door jamb provides stability and structure to the door and the d...

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What Are the Parts of a Door Jamb?

A door jamb is two pieces of wood that run vertically on the inside of your door frame. They’re what the hinges and strike plate for the latch are attached to. Although this is the only part of...

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What Is a Door Jamb

What Is a Door Jamb's Size?

Door jambs are and element of the door frame and play an essential part in the running of your door. They’re used to attach the hinges on your door and hold the strike plate for the door’s...

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What Is the Difference Between a Door Jamb and a Door Frame?

Believe it or not, a door jamb and a door frame are technically two completely different things. Us mere mortals will refer to the entire unit as a door frame, when in actual fact, there are many elem...

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Replacing Your Door Frame

We understand the inconvenience of a faulty or broken door frame. They can wreak havoc on your internal door, the opening surrounding the door, and the flooring that runs under it. If your door frame...

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Can You Make a Door Frame Smaller?

Making a door frame smaller isn’t a huge task. In fact, it’s one that you can easily do without professional help. However, we advise that you seek help if the difference between your door...

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Can You Move a Door Frame?

Whether your wall is load-bearing or not, a door and its frame can be moved.  It’s essential to establish whether the walls are load-bearing or not to ensure you have the correct tools and...

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