Solid Insulated Side Panel

From £300.00 +VAT (£360.00 inc. VAT)

Our solid side panel extensions are perfect to help extend the width of your door to fit your opening.

Manufactured on site, they are supplied in stock white or powder coated to match the colour of your frame. These panels and are also fully insulated using a Rockwool infill.

Available in a range of sizes to suit our stock door heights.

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Lead Times
Standard: 10 working days + delivery
Fast track options: Contact us for availability

SKU: SOLID-SIDE-PANEL Category:

Solid side panels are typically fitted to external doors and are a great way to extend your door width to fill a wide entrance.

Available in a range of heights to match our stock doors, and a wide range of widths, our side panels are powder coated to your chosen colour. This gives them a quality finish and allows for them to look like a natural extension of the door. Made from 1.8mm galvanised steel they are also fully insulated to help maintain the thermal efficiency of our doors.

Supplied in kit form, they are easy to fit and supplied with everything you need to install alongside your door.

Our side panels are also reversible so can be used on either side of the door, or both sides if required. They are also compatible with our expandable frames if additional width is required to fit your aperture.

PLEASE NOTE: Side panels are not suitable for use with high security doors (Ultra duty), or our fire rated and security certified door products as they have not been tested to the same rating.

Door Height (mm)

2020, 2065, 2095

Width (mm)

150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 400, 450, 500, 550, 600, 650, 700, 750, 800, 850, 900, 950, 1000

Steel Gauge

1.8mm galvanised steel

Infill

Rockwool

Installation

  1. Assemble the side panel frame
  2. Using the H frame, connect to the door frame
  3. With the fixings provided alternate between fixing from the door to the side light and the side light to the door
  4. Offer the assembled door and frame into the aperture
  5. Fix in place, making sure it’s fully plumb on the top and the sides
  6. Place the insulated panel unit in and use the metal fixing clips to secure in place
  7. Finish off by attaching the aluminium beading onto the fixing clips

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