- Internal use (depending on timber species)
- External use (depending on timber species or treatment)
- Door frames
- Renovation projects
- New build projects
- Joinery projects
- Internal fit-out
Door linings, also known as door frames or jambs, are the structural components that surround a doorway and provide support for the door itself. At Premier Forest Products, we offer various sizes and profiles of wooden door linings to fit different types of doors and architectural styles. We manufacture door linings in-house and produce them in volume for both small and large projects; a selection made by our carpentry workshop are shown above.
Door linings are used in both residential and commercial settings, including homes, offices and public buildings. They are commonly installed during the construction or renovation of a building, and they are essential for providing a stable and secure frame for the door. In addition to supporting the door, door linings also provide a smooth and even surface for the door to close against, which helps to prevent drafts and noise.
One of the key reasons to use door linings is to enhance the overall appearance of a doorway. They can be customised to match the style and decor of the room, and they can be painted or stained to complement the colour scheme.
Door linings can also improve the energy efficiency of a building by providing an additional layer of insulation around the door, which helps to reduce heat loss and lower energy costs.
In summary, door linings are an essential component of any doorway, providing support, security, and aesthetics. Whether you are constructing a new building or renovating an existing one, installing door linings can help to improve the function and style of your doors.
Various sizes are available in stock or can be manufactured to your specification; please contact us for details
FSC® certified option available
PEFC certified option available
We offer a range of door linings in various species, including:
Hardwood: American White Ash, Oak
MDF door linings