White Upvc Flat Door Panel Plastic Infill Replacement Insert 20mm 24mm 28mm

White Upvc Flat Door Panel Plastic Infill Replacement Insert: 750mm x 750mm(ready to trim to size)

Our replacement Upvc flat panels are a perfect cost effective solution for replacing damaged or broken double glazed units or panels.

Our door panels consist of a sandwich of two outer layers of white PVC sheet with a filling of polystyrene foam insulation offering excellent impact resistance. This means the panels are not only incredibly strong but also offer excellent thermal and sound insulation. The PVC is UV stable so will not go pink over time. Each square panel measures 750mm in width by 750mm in height and is ready to cut to size using a simple hand or jigsaw.

These panels are ideal when you need to take out an old pet door, or maybe a double glazed panel need replacing to give you extra privacy - whatever the reason, you can be sure that these panels will last for many years to come.


Also available - Reinforced UPVC door panel


  • Panels are foam filled for outstanding thermal insulation and impact resistance.
  • Available in three different thicknesses 20, 24 & 28mm
  • 1.5mm UV stable Upvc Skin, will not go pink.
  • Flame retardant Polystyrene Infill Supplied in a standard white colour finish
  • Easy to cut and fit

What's in the pack?

1 x 750mm x 750mm UPVC white door panel

How do I Measure & Fit a Upvc Flat Panel?

  • Starting in the middle of one of the longest lengths, remove the beading the holds the glass or Upvc panel in place.
  • The beading can be removed by pushing a stiff putty knife or similar into the beads leading edge, gently easing the bead out. It's often a good idea to mark the beads top, bottom, left and right as the bead sizes can vary slightly.
  • With the beading removed gently remove the glass or panel (this can often be a two person job).
  • Measure the panel thickness; this should be either 20mm, 24mm or 28mm thick.
  • Measure the height and width of the panel you wish to replace
  • Order your panel making sure to order the correct thickness from the drop down menu above.
  • Once your panel arrives you will need to trim the panel to the size measured earlier.
  • Mark the panels width and height with a pencil, cut to size using a hand or jigsaw (use a fine tooth saw or blade to prevent chipping and remember panels should be cut in temperatures above 12 deg C.).
  • Important: before fitting remember to remove the protective film on both sides of the panel.
  • Once cut, the panel can be pushed into place and the beading clipped back into place using a soft headed hammer (remember to fit the long lengths first).

Important Postage Information:

Due to additional charges imposed by our couriers for deliveries to the Scottish Highlands, offshore islands and Northern Ireland, a surcharge will have to be levied to cover carriage to these postcode areas (listed below).

For areas listed below please contact us for a final postage fee before finalising orders. AB31 to AB38, AB41 to AB45, AB51 to AB56, BT, FK19 to FK 21, HS1 to HS9, IM, IV1 to IV28, IV30 to IV32, IV36, IV40 to IV49, IV51 to IV56, KA27 to KA28, KW1 to KW3, KW5 to KW17, PA20 to PA49, PA60 to PA78, PH1, PH5 to PH10, PH15 to PH26, PH30 to PH44, TR21 to 23, GY & E1 to ZE3.