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Door and Doorframe Protection


With many doors and door frames being installed during the build process, it makes sense to avoid the extra cost of replacement caused by damage by using door and door frame protection.

Whether you need door edge protection, door protection panels, door protection sleeves, sill protection or door hinge protection, Protec stocks a range of temporary door protectors for doors which are suitable for many different types of environments, including construction work, redecoration, and refurbishment. You can see more products in our door protection and door frame protection category pages.

Our range of temporary door protectors and door frame protection products includes both Flame Retardant LPCB Approved and Non Flame Retardant grades.


Recent Door and Doorframe Protection news from our blog

How to Prevent Adhesive Tape Damage on Veneer Doors

Ever experienced a problem with adhesive tape damage to veneer doors?There is a way to protect to your veneer doors from damage adhesive tape can cause; Protective Door Sleeves.What are they and how do they work?Protective Polyethylene sleeves sealed on one long edge and across the top and bottom, with an open long edge on one side for quick installation. Protec Door Sleeves are white in colour to prevent light transfer issues associated with translucent/opaque alternatives.The sleeves are also available as a Flame Retardant, LPS1207 certified (FR) option or as a non FR version. The FR door sleeves measure 2.2m x 1.1m  and are manufactured…

Protect Doors & Carpets While Decorating & Painting

1. Protecting Doors While Painting Door Frames.Door frame protectors are essential as they often get discoloured and need re-painting. Protec's Door Protection Sleeves slide over doors and protect from various damage such as paint but we've found it is also great for protecting from scratches when moving furniture through doorways.Buy a pack of 25 Door Sleeves2. Protect carpets from paint!Whether you will be painting a room with hard wooden flooring or decorating a living room…

Protect Stairs, Carpets, Floors And Doors

Stair ProtectionStair Banister RailsHandrails and balustrades are also some of the most often damaged points of the home when a house move is underway! Carrying furniture downstairs can be very tricky and one slip or drop can mean it will put a huge dent in your handrail or balustrade. Simple foam handrail protection can be applied and you don’t have to worry about your stair fixings and can concentrate getting that wardrobe around that corner stair landing!<iframe src="" width="560" height="315" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen"></iframe>CarpetsTo ensure carpets aren’t damaged while moving or…

Guide to Protecting Your Joinery

Door JambsFoam Door Jambs can be used to safeguard your door frame fixtures and prevent costly replacements or repairs as doors are often exposed to tools and equipment which leads to door frame damage.Door SleevesOnce your door frame protectors are in place, Door Sleeves can be used to slide over a door and provide complete temporary door protection without the need for fixing with tape etc. Cover your timber

Guide to Preparing for a Kitchen Renovation

How to prepare your kitchen for a renovation projectIf you are planning a new kitchen, you should probably read Which?'s fantastic guide to get a good idea of what you need to know to make a kitchen renovation a success. However, one thing Which?'s guide does not cover is which temporary protection materials you will need in order to protect the parts of your kitchen you either are not changing or once they have been changed, to finish off the work around it.New kitchen and bathroom installations can be very costly. An architect was referred to Protec International Ltd because he had…

Why protective materials are essential when you’re moving home

When it comes to moving home, at first it seems like the actual buying is the most difficult part of the process. There’s all the solicitors and mortgage to sort out, dozens of forms to fill in, lots of back and forth and lots of hassle.So when you finally get a moving day, it seems like a relief. But then you look around.It’s only then, when you start planning the actual logistics of how you’re going to move, that you realise just how much stuff you have. You think you don’t have much, and that the move is going to…