Pine ledged doors are a great option for cottages and barn conversions where you plan to paint or varnish the doors. Heritage pine ledged doors are made to the same high quality standards as our oak ledged doors, and we believe that they are by far the best quality pine ledge doors on the market.
The Stable pine ledged door is great to allow a visual path between two rooms whilst still creating a barrier for pets as an example. The door is available with V Grooved profile vertical boards to match our pine ledged doors. V Grooved doors tend to give a subtle and clean look to the door and work particularly well in period cottages or barn conversions.
All of our pine doors are handmade in our factory in Sheffield using a Vths grade of redwood (pine) sourced exclusively from northern Scandinavian mills to ensure we use slower grown pine for better stability. We start with wider 5″ raw material to make the vertical boards and ledges, unlike the doors made with 4″ material that are normally found on the market. This makes for a much better looking and stronger door.
Every door is handmade and checked prior to despatch. Ledges are glued, pinned and then hydraulically pressed on, just like on our oak doors. We do not simply staple the doors together as you will see on most mass market pine ledged doors. This process makes our door by far the strongest and most durable available in the UK.
All Heritage pine ledged doors are manufactured using Scandinavian Vths redwood. Timber is sourced from northern Swedish and Finnish mills, typically in the northern 3rd of the Gulf of Bothnia. This ensures that we are only using pine from these colder northern regions which makes for a slower grown, denser timber with smaller knots. This helps to keep the door more stable in use.
We typically use 5" wide raw material in our pine ledged doors, rather than the more common and cheaper 4" wide pine. This makes for a much better looking more robust door. We've designed and sold this door as a true interior door.
We also manufacture the door with 20mm thick verticals. Most cheaper doors on the market use 15mm thick verticals. Again this helps add to the robust nature of the door.
Standard and Custom Sizes
Pine ledged doors are available in the following sizes: -
2'0'' x 6'6''/610mm x 1981mm
2'3'' x 6'6''/686mm x 1981mm
2'6'' x 6'6''/762mm x 1981mm
2'9'' x 6'6''/838mm x 1981mm
All the doors are made to a standard 40mm thick.
We can also make these pine ledged doors in custom sizes should you require this service. Once you have select either oversized or undersized on the drop down option, you can give us the sizes you require in the basket.
Custom Undersize - Doors under 2'9'' x 6'6'' in BOTH dimensions
Custom Oversize - Doors over 2'9'' x 6'6'' in EITHER dimension
Note: We'll make oversized doors for the quoted price up to a maximum size of 2100 x 950. If you need something even larger than that, please give our sales team a call and we'll quote accordingly
Please note that custom doors will take around a week to manufacture. Custom doors are non returnable so please check your dimensions very carefully
We do not currently offer a prefinishing option for pine doors.
The door is supplied with a smooth moulded finish. Where the ledges are pinned to the verticals there will be small nail holes that you may wish to fill. Pine is quite soft and often you can find there are small indentations from general handling. Again if you wish you can blend these with a sander. When finishing your door you will need to give the door an overall light sanding to key it for primer and paint.
You should also apply a knotting solution to knots. This prevents sap bleeding through your finish and stops discolouration. Knotting solution is generally clear in appearance so it can also be used under varnishes. The door is then ready for painting or varnishing
Doors are carefully packaged before being shipped with a national courier.
For smaller orders, each door is wrapped in a sturdy cardboard carton and shipped individually. Larger orders (typically 12-15 doors+ will be palletised)