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OBURPF-GB-726 • 2040 x 726 x 40mm • Internal Oak Bury Prefinished Door (Clear Bevelled Glass)

OBURPF-GB-726  2040 x 726 x 40mm  Internal Oak Bury Prefinished Door (Clear Bevelled Glass)

OBURPF-GB-726 • 2040 x 726 x 40mm • Internal Oak Bury Prefinished Door (Clear Bevelled Glass)

GBP134.4

Internet Price: 134.40 (161.28 Including VAT at 20%)

  • 10 Year Guarantee
  • FSC Certified
  • Not Fire Rated
  • Up to 32mm Height and Width Reduction
  • Prefinished
Construction : Superior quality veneers are applied to an engineered core to create an exceptionally stable door with very high resistance to warping and twisting • Deanta offers the largest lippings available in the UK internal door market • All of our doors have 18mm lippings around the entire door meaning that a total of 32mm can be taken off the height and width of all our standard doors ensuring they will fit into any size opening
Finish : Prefinished American White oak
Fire Rating : None
Dimensions : See options • Height x Width x Thickness
Glazing : Bevelled clear single glazed
Maximum Permissible Size Reduction : 16mm from any single edge (32mm total)
Guarantee : 10 year replacement only against manufacturing faults and defects in normal use

Details
Details

Construction : Superior quality veneers are applied to an engineered core to create an exceptionally stable door with very high resistance to warping and twisting • Deanta offers the largest lippings available in the UK internal door market • All of our doors have 18mm lippings around the entire door meaning that a total of 32mm can be taken off the height and width of all our standard doors ensuring they will fit into any size opening
Finish : Prefinished American White oak
Fire Rating : None
Dimensions : See options • Height x Width x Thickness
Glazing : Bevelled clear single glazed
Maximum Permissible Size Reduction : 16mm from any single edge (32mm total)
Guarantee : 10 year replacement only against manufacturing faults and defects in normal use