Highly Rated Internal Doors At Great Prices
Contemporary Fire Doors
Contemporary Fire Doors

Secure Payment Guaranteed

Free Delivery Over £1000

14 Day Money Back Guarantee

  1. Mexicano Veneer Oak Fire Door
    Mexicano Veneer Oak Fire Door
    Rating:
    100%
    £135.00
    View Full Details
  2. Pamplona White Primed Fire Door
    Pamplona Primed Fire Door
    £150.45 Regular Price £177.00
    View Full Details
  3. Idaho 3 Panel White Primed FD30 Fire Door
    Idaho 3 Panel White Primed FD30 Fire Door
    £155.25 Regular Price £172.50
    View Full Details

Contemporary FD30 & FD60 Fire Doors

Our fantastic range of contemporary fire doors give our customers the ability to select the exact style and material they need. This gives the option to style their home without compromising on the safety of their internal fire doors. Our range of modern fire doors include a huge variety of styles such as shaker styles, mexicano, palermo and many more!

What is an FD30 fire rated door?

Fire rated doors are a great way to achieve style and safety within your home. An FD30 rating on a fire door, means that the door can withstand flames for a minimum of 30 minutes. This provides reassurance, in the event of a fire, that your doors will protect your home and family from the spread of fire for enough time to escape.

Contemporary fire doors are designed to suit a more modern interior decor, but they are not exclusive to this style. Modern fire doors can provide a stylish blend of old and new, offering a unique contrast in decor. Fire protection is an essential element in the home, so make sure you’re thinking of fire safety when picking one of our contemporary doors.

Fire Door Accessories

Fire door accessories are a crucial part of internal door fire safety. Most people don’t think of the details when a fire door is being installed, but fire regulations often include other items. Intumescent strips are essential when installing modern fire doors. This is to prevent the spread of smoke between the gaps in fire doors, which we know is the number one cause of death in fires.

TO TOP