Further information about Internal Doors
Internal Doors: Unfinished, Primed & Pre-Finished
You want to make sure your new internal door looks perfect in your home which is why we offer various finishes, design and glazed options.
Unfinished internal doors
Pre-finished doors don't have any type of finishes, such as lacquer or paint, so you can fully customise your door to match your home. They require some additional work but offer you the most flexibility when choosing a new internal door. Unfinished doors are available across our range of interior doors, such as the Affinity Unfinished bifold door and Unfinished Oak 1 Light single interior door.
Primed internal doors
Primed internal doors are professionally primed ready to be painted by you, such as our Vision White Primed french door. This takes some of the work away and means you can simply choose which colour will best suit your new interior doors.
Pre-finished internal doors
A fully finished door is the most convenient style as your door is ready to hang as soon as it arrives, such as the Affinity Fully Finished bifold door. Pre-finished doors have a professional quality finish, with either paint or lacquer, so they don't need any further treatment.
Bi-fold Internal Doors: How Do They Work?
Our range of interior bifold doors has two separate methods of operation. The Repute Range has a bottom track whereas the Visions Range does not. Each door style has its own benefits. By not having a bottom track, there is a truly seamless connection from room to room. Your flooring can run from space to space without any interruptions.
A door with a bottom track means there will be a track fitted along your floor. The door is then pulled along the track when opening and closing. It does create a less seamless appearance, however, it will mean your door has greater stability and a smoother movement. If you go for the bottom-tracked Repute, you can always opt to recess the sill and track into the floor for a near flush join between each room.
There's no right or wrong choice when deciding on your internal door. It's all about finding the style and functionality that best suits your home.
What is an engineered wood internal door?
Traditionally, solid timber doors have been favoured for their aesthetic and use of natural materials. However, solid oak material requires a lot of maintenance and is prone to warping and bending. Using engineered oak as your door material allows you to enjoy the aesthetic benefits of a solid oak or pine door without the high maintenance. This is why many of our customers prefer engineered wood when deciding on a material for their internal door.
Created by bonding together small strips of oak to create a solid core, the door is then coated in a layer of solid oak. This means your door will look exactly like a solid oak door but with plenty of additional benefits.
You'll find plenty of styles to choose from as well, from contemporary choices like the White Primed 4 Light to the traditional Vision French Door.
Why choose Aspire Doors range of interior doors?
We pride ourselves on our commitment to providing offering high-quality doors for every single customer we work with. We try to make our online shopping experience as simple as possible, with a wide number of product sizes and designs available at the click of a button.
All of our products offer 5 working day delivery to mainland UK addresses. For delivery outside of the mainland UK, contact us for a tailored delivery experience. You can find more information on our delivery page.
Read more about Internal Doors
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Whether you’re replacing old internal doors, installing new doors, or you simply want to spruce the place up a bit, painting your internal doors is a great choice. External doors need a lot of maintenance compared to internal doors; however, internal doors take a look of abuse from foot traffic – maybe even more so […]Read More
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Hardware for internal doors is just as important as the door itself. After all, how are you going to open the door without a handle? The hardware that you choose for your door needn’t be expensive, but good quality hardware far outweighs the cheaper options. You can save a few pennies by purchasing an inexpensive […]Read More