Grey Internal Doors

When replacing doors or choosing doors for a new home, why not choose a grey door? Grey internal doors are growing in popularity amongst homeowners and interior designers alike, and they can look stunning in your home. Internal grey doors give a great aesthetic to your home, and can provide a level of neutrality, blending into your home subtly without clashing with any of your furniture, or alternatively you can make them into a statement piece with glazing or grooves. Interior grey doors can completely uplift your home, and are designed to complement modern and contemporary homes. 

Choose from plain grey flush doors to blend into your home, or select an internal door with horizontal or vertical grooves to make your door a little different. Alternatively, a glazed grey door can provide you with a statement door that also lets natural light into your room. Our internal grey doors come pre-finished, ready to be installed immediately.

We also supply a range of fire rated grey internal doors, which comply with building regulations when fitted with fire rated hardware without compromising on style. All our fire rated doors have been tested to receive a FD30 rating, meaning they can withstand a fire for up to 30 minutes.

Have you considered a grey colour for you door? 

Internal doors come in a range of different colours, and choosing a colour you may not have previously considered could completely transform a room. Along with traditional interal doors in simple wooden or white finishes, there are other colours such as ash grey, light grey, dark walnut and more that are becoming increasingly popular. Once you've picked the colour of your door then you can choose which finish you'd like. Different finishes give you the chance to add your own touch to the door using DIY or asking a tradesperson to finish the door how you like it.

Which finishing option works best for you?

Doors come in a number of different finishes and options, depending on your time constraints, skills, desire to add a personal touch, and more.

Pre-finished doors have been completely finished, with stains or paint and protection, so that they are ready to be installed or hung. This saves a lot of time and labour costs as it does not need to be primed and painted or stained and left to dry out before hanging.

Primed internal doors have been treated and primed, but have not been painted, so this will need to be undertaken before hanging. This allows you to add your own finishing touches via paint or wood stain without having to spend time priming the door, which saves you time whilst also allowing you to customise your door.

The other alternative is to opt for an unfinished internal door. Often less expensive, unfinished internal doors provide you with the chance to completely customise your door. Add the primer, wood stain or paint before hanging, and you can also choose an unglazed unfinished door for complete customisation.

How to measure for a new door

  1. Measure the width inside the door frame at the top, in the middle, and at the bottom – the widest measurement is the one you want to buy, the narrower parts can be trimmed or sanded down for a good fit
  2. Measure the height from inside the door frame, from the floor to the top – do this once on the left side and once on the right side. Use the longest length as the height measurement (don’t forget to account for any flooring that isn’t laid yet)
  3. Use your widest width and tallest height measurements to select your door
  4. If your measurements are unavailable then buy the next size up, as the door can be sanded and played with to get the correct fit
  5. It’s important to note that it’s still important to measure and select the closest door size. Most doors can only be trimmed by a few mm and many fire doors cannot be trimmed at all.

Door sizes in the UK don’t have to be a specific size. If you’re unsure what size you need, take the time to measure up using this simple guide. Internal doors have to meet minimum height and width requirements due to building regulations but there’s nothing to dictate that all doors must be ‘x’ size. This can lead to some difficulty in finding a door that will fit, especially when you throw metric and imperial measurements into the mix. The industry hasn’t widely decided which measurement is king yet so these metric to imperial door size conversion charts should help you understand the size of an internal door. If in doubt, give us a call on 01752 422 501.

Where and how to store your new internal door before installation

Keep doors cool and dry if you need to store them before installation. If they aren't yet ready for installation make sure they're kept away from heat, specifically heaters and radiators to stop them from drying out. Bright sunlight can also dry out doors as well as bleaching them on one of the sides thanks to UV rays. Keep your new door away from moisture, which is not just damp rooms or rooms where clothes are left to dry, but this includes in newly painted or plastered rooms too. These areas often have high-levels of moisture that will cause the door to swell. 

Store your new door horizontally in the packaging it came with but without letting it touch the floor or another surface. 

4 ways to maintain your new grey internal door easily

Use these 4 easy tips to maintain your new door in order to prolong its life and keep it looking its best.

  1. Keep your door in good, clean order by regularly visually inspecting it and giving it the occasional wipe down
  2. Regularly inspect seals and hinges to make sure that tight or loose hinges aren't putting unnecessary stress on the door 
  3. Check handles and escutcheons for excessive wear and tear. Replace these if needed to keep the door looking fresh and functional 
  4. Address damp problems in your home as excess moisture will cause the door to swell

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