Flush Veneer Internal Doors

Premium real wood veneered doors

Fully finished veneered flush doors that are unrivalled in the industry. Not to be confused with alternatives, which have an inferior specification and performance rating.

JB Kind’s veneered flush doors are constructed with a full timber frame and are manufactured to a higher standard, For more information on the construction click here.

Available as standard core and solid core for FD30 fire doors.  If these versions are not stocked for your preferred veneer, they can be made to suit your requirements. For added peace of mind and reassurance, fire doors are supported by CERTIFIRE accreditation.

FD30 Glazing Service: our veneered flush fire doors can be adapted into apertured fire doors. Find out more about our in-house service here FD30 glazing service,

Please note: The Veneered Flush product range does not appear in our main Door Collection brochure, please contact us or one of our Suppliers for more information.

Our Veneered Doors

What is a flush veneer door?

A flush veneer door is completely flat without any panels, grooves or inlays. The veneer is a thin slice of timber – for example, oak, walnut or sapele – that is fixed to the face of the door.

What are the benefits of having veneered flush doors?

Veneered flush doors are ideal if you want to achieve a simple, no-fuss look. JB Kind’s veneered flush doors are often fitted in commercial projects and the fire-rated versions can be apertured by our in-house joinery workshop to offer Certifire-approved glazed fire doors.

Which is better laminate or veneer doors?

This is really down to personal preference. Timber veneer doors offer a real wood finish with natural graining, whereas Laminate doors offer a finish that mimics woodgrain, so each door looks exactly the same.

Is veneer better than solid wood?

You are unlikely to find solid wood doors available on the market, as they do not cope well in centrally heated homes, plus they are very expensive. Doors constructed with an engineered core and faced with a timber veneer are more structurally stable.

How are veneered flush doors constructed?

JB Kind’s Veneered Flush doors are constructed with a full timber frame (unlike similar alternatives on the market). Standard veneered doors have a pine framing, hardwood lippings to both long edges, a lock block, honeycomb core and wood veneered MDF facings. Our Veneered Flush FD30 fire doors have a solid flax board core, a double pine framing to leading and top edges, hardwood lippings to both long edges and wood veneered MDF facings.

What’s the difference between real oak veneered and real sapele veneered doors?

Oak and Sapele woods are sourced from different tree species. Oak veneer tends to have a paler more yellowy colour, whereas Sapele veneer has a red brown tone.

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