These are doors that are made from a core of laminated wood panels, which are then covered with a decorative veneer. LPD doors are known for their durability and resistance to warping, making them a popular choice for use in homes and commercial buildings. They are also often used as interior doors because they can be finished to match the decor of a room. Some benefits of LPD doors include:

  1. Durability: The laminated wood panel construction of LPD doors makes them resistant to warping, which can be a problem with solid wood doors.
  2. Sound Reduction: The multiple layers of an LPD door can help to reduce noise transmission, making them a good choice for use in noise-sensitive areas.
  3. Energy Efficiency: LPD doors can be insulated to help reduce heat loss, which can make them more energy efficient and help to reduce energy costs.
  4. Customisability: LPD doors can be finished in a variety of styles and colours to match the decor of a room or to meet the specific design requirements of a project.

With so many styles and sizes to choose from, you’ll be spoilt for choice with their latest collection. Internal cottage doors, glazed, pre-finished or unfinished, the options are endless.

For help and advice on which of our LPD doors to choose from, simply contact our friendly team on 01642 936 033 who are waiting to help you with your requirements.

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Common LPD Questions:

Can LPD Doors be trimmed?

Yes, as with most internal veneered doors, the lipping on those from LPD can be trimmed down to fit a door opening. However, this shouldn’t be any more than 5mm each side, as this can compromise the structure of the door and invalidate your 10 year warranty.

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What is an LPD Door made of?

Internal doors can make or break the finish of a room in your home; installing a high quality product from MODA Doors will add a sense of luxury. They can be used to separate different rooms or areas, or to provide privacy. There are many different styles of internal wood doors to choose from, including solid wood doors, panel doors, louvered doors, and glass-panel doors. The type of door you choose will depend on your personal preferences and the needs of your home or building. Wood doors can be painted or stained to match the decor of the room they are in, and they can be fitted with hardware such as handles and locks to provide security.