We have a wide range of internal doors, in a selection of styles, to suit any home or property. Whether you’re looking for solid oak doors, white primed doors or glazed interior doors with glass window arrangements, you will find something to suit you.
A new single leaf internal door is a great way to make your home look brand new. A single internal door is made of a single panel which sits inside your door casing. This is the most common type of internal door and can really help set the tone of a room!
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Our interior doors range come in both unfinished and prefinished options. Our unfinished doors give you the option to paint or stain them according to your preference. This is useful if you want to match them to existing doors within your home. You are still able to paint your prefinished doors if you like but they have already been primed to save you some time and effort.
All of the doors in our internal bifold doors, internal french doors and internal single doors are made from wood. We choose only the highest quality materials for our products and believe wooden doors award you with longevity, energy efficiency, and a versatile range of aesthetics options.
The doors in our range come in a variety of sand-coloured finishes or are white primed. We have internal glass doors with an oak trim and various glass window designs. The internal glazed doors are particularly favoured in terraced style homes, as they're perfect for boosting natural light between rooms, can make rooms appear bigger and remove the need for a transom window or fanlight above the door.
Our solid internal oak doors are ideal for closing off rooms and improving privacy within the home. We recommend their use for bathrooms or bedrooms, although they can be used downstairs too. If you did want to install interior glass doors upstairs, we offer frosted glass options too. A glass interior door with frosted glass will let the light flow whilst still retaining a sense of privacy.
Our engineered oak internal doors such as the Mexicano doors range, come from a wide range of sources worldwide and are offered in standard sizes, giving you the ability to complete your project with a quality oak look. Whether unfinished or prefinished, all of our doors are solid core and heavy in weight; giving stability, durability, and real finesse.
All of our internal single doors have matching internal bifold door counterparts, so if you’re looking for matching styles throughout the house then please make sure you check out our full bifolding range too, where you'll also find our exclusing range of folding French doors which offer all the classic styling of French doors with a modern bifolding twist.
Remember, we aim to have all orders delivered to your UK home within just 3-7 working days. So if you are looking for solid core engineered oak, or white primed doors, you’re unlikely to find interior doors with faster delivery than that anywhere else online!
We have a variety of styles in our range so whether you’re looking for an inside door for your home or commercial property you will be sure to find something to suit. If you do have any questions about any of our interior doors then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Questions about Internal Doors
The most popular types of internal doors would be single leaf doors, internal French doors and internal bifold doors. Each of these have different characteristics and practicalities.
Single internal doors are what you might consider a "normal" interior door that can be opened inwards and outwards, if you're looking for a simple transition between rooms where opening space isn't an issue, but wall space is, these are the perfect choice. Available in both solid wood and glazed varieties, with a number of different styles and finishes to choose from, they're a flexible choice when designing a room as where you choose to position them isn't as limited as it is can be for other styles.
Internal French doors are a great choice if you're keen to create an open plan feel between rooms but still like the aesthetic of an inward/outward opening door. Internal French doors are more traditional in design, so are particularly suited to older style homes. They also offer a sense of symmetry where other door styles don't.
Internal bifold doors are a modern choice. Often referred to as room dividers, internal bifold doors are designed to neatly fold away to one side of the door frame, making them a perfect style of door for anyone that wants to completely open up a wall between rooms but still have the flexibilty to close them off for privacy if needed. Internal bifold doors are great for those that have limited opening space for a door to "swing" out, so are a particularly good choice for things like walk in wardrobes.
At Climadoor, we also have our exclusively designed range of French folding doors, offering design features of classic French doors as well as the modern functionalities of internal bifolds, giving you the best of both styles.
If your current internal doors are looking tired, then replacing them is a good move. If you're renovating a property, it can be tempting to try and reduce costs by keeping the doors that are already in, but there are a few reasons why you might replace them.
Firstly, energy efficiency. Internal doors can warp over time due to things like central heating and damp, meaning they may not fit in their frames as snuggly as they once did, this can cause gaps, leaving the room suseptible to drafts, which can make it difficult to get all warm and cosy when you want to.
Internal doors that have warped can also start sticking and if you've recently repainted the door frames, the last thing you want is for the door to scrape it all off! Likewise, misshapen doors can also cause problems with new flooring, so that's always worth checking too.
Another thing is safety. There are a few areas of the home where internal fire doors are appropriate, such as one that leads to an integral garage. You may also wish to add an extra layer of protection between the kitchen and the rest of your home.
On top of these things, it's worth considering the aesthetics of old, worn out doors too. If you've gone for a chic, modern feel, old doors are likely to stick out... and not for the right reasons!
The cost of internal doors can vary widely depending on the style, design, size and finish that you choose.
At Climadoor, our single leaf internal door prices start from just under £80 for a solid core shaker style panel door to just under £600 for a full length glazed fire door. The same applies to internal bifold doors and French doors, too.
The cost of internal bifold doors is hugely dependent on the number of panels you choose and whether you go for glazed or solid options, with a starting price of just over £450 for a two panel solid bifold door, to just over £1350 for a 6 panel full length glazed bifold door set.
Though pricing varies depending on the previously mentioned factors, the difference in price for internal French doors doesn't vary so widely as it does for folding internal doors, this is largely down to the fact that there are fewer individual panels. Here at Climadoor, they start at just over £350 for a set of slim white internal French doors, up to just over £900 for a solid oak glazed French door set with side panels.
Interior doors shouldn't be used externally. External doors are manufactured to specifically withstand much more wear and tear, are usually thicker and are designed to create a seal within the door frame to protect against harsh weather and cold drafts. Interior doors are unsuitable for external use from a security point of view, too.
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