(excludes shipping and VAT)
A chrome like reflective finish.
Our entry-level kick plates are predominantly for decorative purposes. Whist they will still offer some level of protection to the door, they can only be fitted on a door with a low volume of traffic.
Standard-duty is our most commonly used thickness; it is typically the go-to choice for domestic doors and office buildings. Standard duty kick plates offer a great deal of protection while benefiting from good aesthetics. It is suitable for locations with moderate usage.
Heavy-duty kick plates must be installed where additional strength may be required—often used in locations with a greater footfall like public buildings, hospitals, and restaurant kitchen doors. These plates will also offer a great deal of protection against impact from trucks and carts.
Our thickest sheets are often used when the strength and impact resistance of the door protection plate is crucial. Servicing areas like industrial warehouses where the level of impact could be high would call for the extra heavy-duty option.
Pre Drilled Holes (Screws included) With this option, our Kicking plates will come pre-drilled and countersunk with matching fixing screws. We use countersunk Philips head wood screws which will sit flat on the kick plate once fixed. The size of the screw is 5/8 x 6”
Self Adhesive(Back of kickplate)
Screw Fix and self adhesive(Back of kickplate)
Magnetic Tape(Back of kickplate)
- Square Corners
- Radius Corners
Which grade of steel to use?
Budget 430 - Fit inside of building only
Standard 304 - Can be used inside or outside. RECOMMENDED
SHIPPING COSTSOur standard carriage charge to a mainland UK address is:
Standard Parcel (Up to 1000mm x 600mm) £7.95 +VAT
Wide Parcel (Up to 1200mm x 1000mm) £12.50 +VAT
Long Parcel (Up to 2000 x 200mm) £15.00 +VAT
Oversize Parcel (Up to 2000 x 1000mm) £24.99 +VAT
Normally our dispatch time is 4-5 working days but thic can vary depending on factory capacity. An estimated delivery date will be confirmed upon checkout.
Polished Stainless Steel
Routinely wipe the kickplate down with a soft cloth and warm soapy water. Try to avoid using an abrasive sponge, as this may result in scratching the kick plate and damaging the surface. Be sure to dry the kick plate after cleaning to avoid water spots emerging.
To finish off the cleaning process, you can also use a domestic glass cleaner on this item. Be sure to dry the kick plate after cleaning to avoid water spots emerging.
If the surface begins to age or tarnishes, you can apply a specialist metal polish such as 'Brasso,' which should rejuvenate the kick plate to its former glory.
Unfortunately, no stainless steel can guarantee against rust on the face; if this does happen, you should use a specialist stainless steel rust removal kit. These can be found at most good hardware stores.