Pre-finished and unfinished doors available
Our extensive range of Deanta interior doors include both pre-finished and unfinished doors. Sealant, oil or paint is applied to pre-finished doors during the manufacturing process, meaning that they can be installed immediately. Unfinished doors, on the other hand, require finishing prior to fitting to ensure longevity and reduce the risk of damage. They are a great way to add an individual touch to the interior of a room. Unfinished doors can be found in our Deanta oak range. Pre-finished oak doors are also available.
The Deanta range is incredibly varied and features doors in a variety of different styles, sizes and materials. For customers looking for something minimalist, effortlessly chic and contemporary, we recommend the Urban Collection. This range was inspired by stylish city living and includes both glazed and panelled doors.
Searching for something more traditional? Exude rustic charm with the Oak or Walnut collection. Again, these collections include both glazed doors and panelled doors.
If your room is lacking in light, we recommend ordering a clear glass glazed door. Installing a clear glazed door is an effective, inexpensive way to increase light flow around your home and create the illusion of a more spacious property. All of the glass used in the manufacture of Deanta doors is double glazed. Double glazed glass is an effective insulator against heat and sound. If you're looking for something a little more private, try opting for a door with frosted glass.
All doors in the Deanta internal door range are available in a variety of sizes. Many doors are also available as fire doors.
Why choose Deanta?
With over 20 years of experience in the industry, Deana has built an enviable reputation as one of Britain's leading door manufacturers. They are committed to continuous innovation and pride themselves on their unsurpassed craftsmanship, forward-thinking and dedication to safety. Doors manufactured by Deanta feature an engineered wood core and a solid, natural wood veneer. They are durable, practical, versatile and stylish.
Deanta is committed to promoting sustainability. They are focused on reducing their carbon footprint and ensuring that their manufacturing process and products have a positive impact on society, the economy and the environment. They use solar panels, recycle 98% of onsite paper and wood waste, and are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).
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At Door Supplies Online, we have doors and furniture to suit any home! Check out our range of external doors, french doors, pocket doors and door frames. If you're searching for something more personal, we also offer a bespoke collection. Our ironmongery range features an extensive collection of door handles, latches and door accessories.
Deanta doors FAQs
Deanta doors feature a solid engineered hardwood core and a natural wood veneer. Engineered hardwood doors are designed to replicate the look and feel of solid wood products. It is slightly cheaper than solid hardwood, making it a great option for customers on a budget. It does not expand and contract to the same extent as solid hardwood and is not as prone to damage resulting from fluctuations in moisture levels and temperature. Constructed from different layers, engineered hardwood is also extremely durable and is arguably more environmentally sustainable than its solid wood counterpart.
Primed doors are pre-primed. This enables the customer to paint prior to hanging without the need for sanding and priming following delivery.
The cost of a Deanta door varies significantly, depending on material, style and size. The cheapest door in this collection is the Deanta White Primed Cambridge. This door is priced at £92.88. The most expensive door, in contrast, is the Deanta Light Grey Ash Montreal Clear Glazed Firedoor. This door is slightly thicker than non-fire doors and features four glazed horizontal panels. It has a crown cut veneer in light grey ash.