Choosing the right entrance door for your home is essential, your front door creates the first impression and the all-important kerb appeal.
Using a combination of coloured woodgrain uPVC with elegant door furniture, it is now possible to emulate most timber style doors. With the choice of tradition, contemporary or classic styles, many options for glazing design and colours you will have everything you need to create your desired effect.
Whether you are considering a front or back door, you should feel confident in the security. There have probably been more security developments on doors that most other products.
Depending on the opening height, your door can include as many as 14 locking points all around the door, easily surpassing regulations set by British Standards.
So after you have selected your preferred style and decided on the practicalities such as in or out, hinged left or right? You can sit back and feel safe and secure in your home.
Stable and Tilt & Turn Doors
A sophisticated mechanism allows you to open the top sash independently or both sashes together in a traditional manner. Security is not compromised as a multi-point lock is featured on both sashed and the door can be locked top and bottom.
Stable doors and Tilt & Turn Doors are available in a variety of colour options and glazing and as with traditional entrance doors, Georgian Bars can be added to suit your property.
French doors, often with full height glazing can provide additional light to a room. They are used both internally as a partition from one room to another or externally to provide elegant access to a garden.
These door styles will also provide a practical wide opening, particularly using when moving larger items to and from the property. When the opening is too narrow for a Bi-fold or Patio Door, French Doors can often be the perfect solution.
All of our French Doors include the same multi-point lock that is fitted to single doors with additional shoot-bolts fitted to the slave door.
Modern day comfortable living comes in a variety of forms. We all have our own individual taste and lifestyle and therefore have individual needs and preferences when it comes to how we utilise the space in our home.
Some enjoy ultra modern, open plan living where light and space is key. Large glass surface areas such as Sliding Patio Doors will help to bring in more light and provide that contemporary spacious feel. They are particularly suited to rooms restricted in size or space with the doors sliding horizontally.