We sell a lot of doors, which have integral glass panels, as they are very popular. Glazed, internal doors will allow the available light into rooms and a door set using glazed doors will maximise light between adjoining rooms. Many customers enquire about the safety aspects of using doors with glass panels; all our glazed doors comply with the relevant BS certification (British Standard). The glass used is toughened safety glass usually fitted during the doors manufacture.
You will find that many of our door styles in Pine, Oak, Walnut or White are obtainable in both a solid panel and glazed versions, allowing choice for a variety of rooms. When privacy is required then a solid version will be appropriate for bathrooms, bedroom or utility rooms, which you prefer not to see in to.
Types of glass
In addition, some of our door style will offer a choice of glazing i.e. clear or obscure glass when privacy with light is required.
You will notice that many glazed versions state bevelled glass, this type of glass is often used within Traditional and Classic door styles, the bevelled technique presents an attractive effect as the bevelled edges or additions refracts available light which gives a sophisticated look.
Glass Fire Doors
If Certified Fire doors are required for your interiors scheme then many door styles have a glazed Fire Door option within their range offering a flow of styling throughout the property. Gone are the days of fire glass with an integral metal mesh, nowadays clear glass is available. Our custom door ranges are designed to provide versatile options of solid panel in Standard and Fire Doors with glazed options also in standard and Fire Certified qualities. Some of Kershaws Bespoke Fire Doors also offer 60-minute certification.
When choosing timber doors make sure you consider areas where a glazed door can be used, as there are so many options available now. Letting the light in to properties in the UK is an necessary thing to do.