Browns oak or Accoya stable doors are constructed using a framed ledged and boarded method. The stiles and rails of the door are mortised, tennoned and wedged together to form a frame as the basic foundation. This frame provides a stable network of timbers skilfully machined to house the vertical planks. These planks are tongued with a bead mould or chamfer for decoration and are screwed and pelleted to hold them in place.
These beautiful doors allow you to bring the outside inside and are particularly popular in kitchens.
Our stable doors can incorporate any glazing options to suit your needs, such as a diamond window pictured in our gallery, to a small square up to a completely glazed top or bottom.
New solid oak door frames are also available, most commonly 95 x 70mm in section, rebated to house the door with modern weather seals. Thresholds can be solid or suitable for mobility access (Part M Compliant)
If you have the luxury of a wide opening, glazed or solid oak side panels can be added to your door frame to create more light.
Doors come finished in a base coat of Osmo UV Protection Oil, requiring two further coats or our full factory finished in a choice RAL colours.
Browns Carpentry & Joinery Ltd
Unit 6-8 Brierley Way
T: 01568 614053
Opening Hours: Mon - Fri 7.45am - 4.30pm