• What wood (species) is the door made up of?

    Our door is made of E1 MDF + Durable PVC Lamination + Wood Sticks insides.

  • The label on the door states that I cannot use wax, teak oil or varnish…….why not?

    When the doors are manufactured it has a controlled moisture content, the above mentioned treatments will not seal the moisture content into the door, therefore allowing moisture ingress or loss to occur causing the door to either swell or shrink. Only a fully paint finish (primer, undercoat, gloss) or high performance wood stain should be used.


    Stock doors are commonly available in 2340 and 2040mm heights and widths from 520mm to 920mm, although some ranges have far more constrictive sizes. The sizes you require may severely restrict your design choices. Most sandwich panel doors can be trimmed no more than 5mm from any edge. Where unusual sizes are needed a solid core blockboard door would be required or custom joinery ordered. Where very large doors are envisaged, the limitations of plywood become restrictive and necessitates joints to be generally displayed where the size exceeds 2400 high or 1200 wide.


    Woodworkers manufactures joinery doors and imports its own range of engineered doors for internal applications. We do not manufacture sandwich panel doors. We resell product from Corinthian, Humes and other suppliers to provide the widest selection to clients over the complete budget spectrum.


    Usually external joinery needs to be durable enough to withstand weathering & temperature changes whereas internal doors have a much less stressful existence. Internal doors are frequently quite flimsy and may be constructed of cardboard, manmade woodpulp veneers and even polystyrene glued together in sandwich panels. Such constructions may last a lifetime internally but would disintegrate rapidly in external applications. Some manufacturers (e.g. Hume, Corinthian) supply external joinery using sandwich construction which may have a life expectancy of 5 years but, as they rely entirely on glue rather than actual mechanical joints (e.g.mortice and tenon), they are not a substitute for real joinery made from real timber. Internal doors are typically 35mm thick whereas external joinery should be 40mm.

  • Can I order Chrome,gold or black handles on DIY UPVC doors?

    Yes you can choose the handle colour

  • Can I have my UPVC doors in a different colours to white?

    Yes we can manufacture your UPVC  doors in a wide range of colours.

  • I just need a UPVC door panel rather than the door can you supply this?

    Yes we can supply just the infill panel please contact us 

  • im thinking of buying a DIY UPVC door and collecting it as you have as high price for delivery.

    Yes you can collect from our factory or one of our dealers

  • do you do low threashold for front residential doors with wide access for wheelchairs

    Yes you can select a storm guard threshold with ramps please advise the width of the clear opening you require

  • what is the door frame thickness 60mm or 70mm?

    The Door outerframe thickness is 70mm front to back

  • Do the DIY doors come with a frame thats fixed into the brickwork.

    Yes Your DIY UPVC Door comes with a UPVC door outerframe that is bolted into the brickwork

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