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 Standard Door Size
 Croft Part L triple glazed
  Croft stable Part L triple glazed
 Code
 Price
  Code
  Price
 838 x 1981 x 44mm
  (2' 9" x 6' 6")
  81900
  £860.00
   81902
   £970.00
  * Discontinued from 31st December 2018.
Due to limited stock availability, some of these product lines may be out of stock and therefore already discontinued.
                              Exterior croft oak Part L
  Croft Part L triple glazed
u 1.80
Croft stable Part L triple glazed u 1.80
Available in two different, yet attractive, designs, the timeless croft style door is also available as a Part L compliant option. Suitable for new build developments, the croft
is available as a one light glazed option or in a classic stable design and exploits a traditional dowel joint construction, ensuring maximum strength and heat retention.
• Dowel joint construction ensures maximum strength between the stiles and rails.
• Solid engineered construction and grooved panels maximise heat retention allowing the door to meet current Part L Building Regulations.
• Design incorporates real American White Oak veneers.
• Supplied unfinished ready for staining or painting.
• Doors feature a single 20mm triple glazed unit with obscure glass in a lead and bevel design. Toughened in accordance with European Standard BS EN 12150.
• U-Value = 1.8 w / m2k
• Veneers are natural products and variations will occur.
• FSC® chain of custody.
• For matching internal doors, see page 80.
Croft Part L detail
Glazing detail
             Exterior entrance doors for use in all new build and as replacement doors are required to have a thermally efficient “U” value. The “U” value required for a particular
application will be given in the local building regulations. The “U” values quoted in this Range Guide are manufacturer’s calculations based the door leaf being hung in a timber frame to produce a doorset size 1000mmx2000mm. These values should be low enough to meet the requirements of Part L of the building regulations for England and Wales. Please check that these values are low enough to meet the requirements in the area where they will be installed prior to ordering.
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