Often overlooked, internal doors add the finishing touch to a room. Consider the age of your home and the skirting and moulding in your home, this is often a great starting point when it comes to choosing your door. It is also worth thinking about whether you need sound proofing from room to room, and whether your home is draughty.
One of the biggest differences between doors is its internal core. The composition of a door will determine the insulating quality and soundproofing of a door. It also has a big impact on price, with solid doors being sturdier but more expensive.
Hollow Core Doors
With a core usually made from paper, cardboard or plastic in a honeycomb pattern and thin veneer of higher quality wood, hollow core doors are a great choice for internal doors.
- Easy to hang
- Lesser soundproofing
- Less insulation
Solid Core Doors
With a core of composite wood such as HDF or particle-board, solid core doors have a veneer of higher quality wood, they are a good middle ground between solid doors and hollow core doors.
- Durable and strong
- Excellent soundproofing
- Good insulation
- Better fire resistance
- Higher price point
From traditional to modern, we have a wide range of different styles of doors to suit your home and your decor.
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How to guides
Once you've chosen your new door, it will need to be hung. Our handy DIY guides will help you install and fix any door issues. Hanging a door can be tricky though, consider getting in a professional if DIY is not your strong suit.
How to hang an internal door
Our guide will show how to replace a standard internal door, trimming the door to size and finding the perfect hanging position.Learn more
How to change door furniture
In this guide, you will learn how to replace common types of handles on wooden internal doors.Learn more
How to fix door problems
Here we will show you how to fix a loose hinge, ease a sticking door, pack out a hinge and move a doorstop.Learn more