Chester Glazed

The Chester features four small, inset obscure glazed windows that run down the centre of the Chester giving it an appealing welcome feel

STYLE:
Timber doors
USE:
Left/Right
CORE MATERIAL:
Radiata Pine
CORE TYPE:
Heavyweight
DOOR FORMAT:
Single Leaf
PAINTED/TREATED:
Unfinished
SURFACE TYPE:
American White Oak Veneer
SURFACE EFFECT:
Woodgrain
OPENINGS:
Light
LIGHT OPENING TYPE:
4 Light
GLASS TYPE:
Obscure
CERTIFICATION ENVIRONMENT:
PEFC
GUARANTEE:
5 Year Manufacturing

Key Features

Finish

A Stylish Addition

This door is made using striking American white oak veneer, providing that authentic look to your property.

JELD-WEN windows, doors and stairs are available through a wide range of retailers, builders' merchants and online retailers across the UK. Our where to buy page allows you to select between looking for your nearest JELD-WEN retailer by entering your postcode or from a range of selected online retailers. The stock held by suppliers can vary from store to store and remember, some retailers give our products own brand names, so the categories may differ from our website.

What type of security guarantee do you offer on your exterior doors?

Good locks are essential on any exterior door, which is why we fit the very best ERA multi-point systems as standard on our complete doorsets.

For added safety, you can upgrade any of our doorsets to meet the requirements of the police approved Secured by Design scheme and Approved Document Q of the Building Regulations. Our INSULUX exterior doorsets come with this as standard. 

You can view our range of exterior doors and doorsets here. 

Are handles included with my exterior doors?

Handles will be included when you order one of our complete doorset products. We don’t supply handles with our single (without frame) exterior doors such as our white oak doors. 

How do I maintain exterior doors?

This is a checklist we recommend you do a minimum bi-annually. For coastal areas and places where pollution is high we recommend a minimum of four times per year.

  • All joinery (including GRP composite doors) should be washed down a minimum of twice a year with a mild solution of soapy water and rinsed off with clean water to remove any surface debris. 
  • All hinges and locks should oiled with grease or neutral oil. All handles and letterplates should also be regularly cleaned to remove any environmental deposits – in coastal areas this might be required weekly
  • For timber doors once cleaned, lightly sand and touch up any areas of wear and tear with a matching microporous paint or stain. Any bare wood should be primed first. Your factory finished painted product should last in line with our guarantees up to 10 years for white painted under normal conditions and if kept clean and correctly maintained.

Always check fitting instructions supplied with the doors for full details.

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