Veneer Fire Doors

Veneers are popular for those seeking a classic, natural look for their fire doors, ensuring that your doors blend seamlessly with their environment.

Veneer fire doors offer the warmth and feel of natural wood without compromising safety and performance.

Veneered doors can be supplied with complimenting hardwood frames to give an aesthetically pleasing look and feel to a high-performance doorset.

We offer various wood veneer options, including oak veneer fire doors, ash veneer fire doors, and beech veneer fire doors.

Wood veneer fire doors

Natural finishes

Smoked and silvered finishes

Dyed finishes

Rough cut finishes

Fire door finishes

From wood veneer options to laminated and painted finishes, our doors provide exceptional functionality while enhancing the overall design of your building or space.

Wood veneer fire doors.

Wood veneer fire doors

A classic, natural look for fire doors. The warmth and feel of a natural wood without compromising safety and performance.

Veneer fire doors

Laminated fire doors.

Laminated fire doors

Laminate doors are a versatile choice for any project. They can be manufactured in hundreds of different colours.

Laminated fire doors

Painted fire doors.

Painted fire doors

Painted fire doors offer the flexibility of colour and consistency coupled with a high-standard factory finish.

Pre-painted fire doors

PVC postformed doors.

PVC postformed doors

Postformed doors are manufactured in a wide range of colours. Fully encapsulated, impact and abrasive-resistant.

Postformed fire doors

Types of fire doors

A fire door has a fire-resistance rating that determines how long it can withstand fire, usually between 30-120 minutes. These doors are specifically engineered to slow the spread of fire in a building so occupants can evacuate the building safely.

FD30 fire doors.

FD30 fire doors

Fire-tested to provide fire protection for 30 minutes. Suitable for low-rise residential properties and office spaces where a quick evacuation is possible.

FD30 fire doors

FD60 fire doors.

FD60 fire doors

FD60 fire doors are common in commercial and industrial settings. These doors are designed to stop the spread of fire and smoke for 60 minutes.

FD60 fire doors

FD90 fire doors.

FD90 fire doors

FD90 fire doors provide 90 minutes of protection from fire, allowing occupants to evacuate safely. These doors are rigorously tested to meet stringent fire ratings.

FD90 fire doors

FD120 fire doors.

FD120 fire doors

FD120 fire doors are designed to provide up to 120 minutes of fire resistance, effectively containing the spread of fire and smoke in buildings.

FD120 fire doors

Veneer fire doors certified by BM TRADA

Traynor Williams is proud to hold third-party fire door manufacturer certification under the BM TRADA Q-Mark fire door manufacture scheme.

BM TRADA is a UKAS-accredited certification body that provides independent third-party certification services for the manufacturing, installation, and fire safety industries.

This certification ensures that the certified fire doors produced by Traynor Williams meet the highest quality standards.

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UKCA Marking Mirror Certificate
BM Trada Q-Mark Timber Fire Door Manufacture.
PEFC
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20 years in business

Since 2004, we’ve been supplying high-quality fire doors and architectural ironmongery to construction companies, architects, and interior designers throughout the UK.

Simon Traynor - Traynor Williams

Simon Traynor, founder of Traynor Williams

About us

Gleneagles
R&A
Cameron House
Grand Central Hotel Belfast
NHS
Buchanan Wharf
Ministry of Defence
SPS
Historic Environment Scotland
True Student

Fire doors by style

Flush fire doors.

Flush fire doors

A flush fire door is a paint-grade, unfinished version with a smooth, unadorned surface that can be finished on-site.

Glazed fire doors.

Glazed fire doors

Glazed fire doors are popular for those seeking to introduce a vision panel or natural light into a space while maintaining fire protection.

Panelled fire doors.

Panelled fire doors

Featuring multiple panels on the door’s surface, panelled fire doors are an ideal choice for those seeking a more traditional aesthetic.