Non-Fire Rated Maple Flat Panel Doors

Product Code: DOOR227

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Non-Fire Rated Maple Flat Panel Doors

Product Code: DOOR227

Excl. VAT: £801.00 Incl. VAT: £961.20

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Non-Fire Rated Maple Flat Panel Doors


Non-fire rated flat panel doors can be manufactured in a wide range of timbers and finishes; ideal for bespoke doors. There are no limitations to the size of glazed panels that can be incorporated where required. This door is for internal use only.


Here at Boardland, we offer a unique service to all our customers and can help you with your door requirements, whether you want it to include frames or linings, vision panels, glazing and Ironmongery. Prices displayed are for doors up to 2100mm high x 950mm wide. Larger doors can be supplied if required. Please contact us for a quotation at info@boardland.co.uk with any enquiries or phone us on 01933 449373.


Lead Time 14 Days

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Veneer Species Crown Cut Maple

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Non-Fire Rated Maple Flat Panel Doors

Non-fire rated flat panel doors can be manufactured in a wide range of timbers and finishes; ideal for bespoke doors. 

Maple

Maple is eminent for its even tones of light tan or a light red-brown. Fewer knots are present giving this hardwood style. It is medium strength but good for steam-bending. Working with Maple isn’t always easy as it has a tolerable blunting effect; pre-drilling for nails and screws is recommended to keep its quality. This piece of wood can be finished with oil, lacquer, staining, or varnish. Perfect for internal doors, skirtings, architraves, mouldings and specialist joinery. For internal use only.

Finishes

Clear Lacquer

If you choose your product to have a clear lacquer finish, it will come with a hard coating with a 30% sheen. This surface is very durable, perfect for lots of use. The process consists of:

  1. The product is sanded ready for polishing.
  2. It is wiped down and 2 coats of lacquer is applied.
  3. Then, it is lightly sanded, which breaks down the grain for a smooth finish.
  4. A further coat of lacquer is applied to seal and create the hard top.
  5. Quality checked by our QA manager.