Thanks to advances in design technology and architectural trends, a variety of door sizes are available to homeowners right across the country. Offering a snapshot into an owner’s unique sense of style, security and thermal efficiency go hand in hand with high-quality door systems of today.
Once you’ve picked the style and type of door, what’s next?…
What is the standard front door size in England?
Set out by the International Residential Code (IRC), primary doors in England are required to be at least 2032mm tall (80 inches or 6 ft 8”) by 914.4mm (36 inches or 3 ft).
What is a standard internal door size in England?
The average internal door size in England is often referred to as a 2’6” door, which is 1981mm x 762mm x 35mm.
What is a standard fire door size in England?
Escape routes should be no less than 750mm wide or no less than 900mm where wheelchair access is required. The most commonly used fire doors are FD30 (30-minute fire resistance) which must be at least 45mm thick and FD60 (60-minute), which are normally 54mm thick.
Full information on fire door safety is available via the Fire Safety Advice Centre.
Transform your Hertfordshire or Middlesex home with a stylish new front door
At Chase Windows, we are not confined by size which allows us to create a wide range of bespoke front and back doors in a variety of proportions, materials and styles. We’re also very aware that different era’s of property will feature doors that vary in shape and size. From timeless timber to efficient uPVC and contemporary aluminium to durable composite doors, we have styles and designs to suit all South East homes.
Notably heightening kerb appeal, by giving your homes’ exterior a new lease of life you can even increase its value by up to 10%. With this in mind, we invite you to visit our local showroom to get a feel for our high-quality door products, get an instant online quote or request a callback to discuss your options further.
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