Composite doors have either a solid timber core and thermoplastic skins or a polyurethane core with GRP skins. In both cases, they are very low maintenance and can last for a long period of time. Our composite doors are available with an optional side panel and also in a french door style combination.
These doors are durable and have the appearance of a traditional timber door, using modern-day technology and contemporary design features. They are also highly efficient and are available in a wide range of colours, glazing options and finishing touches including handles, post boxes and door knockers to complement any home.
Give our office a call today to ask about the full range of composite doors we offer.
Sliding patio doors are a brilliant addition to any home as they let the sunlight flood into your living space, whilst also providing a handy access point to a patio or outdoor space. Available in 2,3 and 4 pane designs it is easy to find some new doors for your patio that fit in perfectly with the existing decor and style of your home.
These types of doors are very easy to maintain and very user-friendly too. Patio doors can easily be made safe and secure with the addition of state of the art locking systems and with the use of double glazing your patio doors will help to keep your home well insulated throughout the seasons.
Contact our friendly team today for more details on our range of sliding doors and let us help you find the perfect solution for your home.
Stable doors are basically doors that have two sections; a top and a bottom part. The top part can be opened leaving the bottom part closed. They are ideal for keeping pets or young children where you want them, let in some fresh air and to meet and greet visitors, whilst still adding a layer of security to your home.
The upper part (leaf) has a lever handle/lever used to independently operate the top part of the door. The lower leaf has a lock operated by a concealed lever that allows the bottom part to open. Our stable doors can be designed to open outwards or inwards depending on your requirements. Additionally, they are available in profile colours and designs to match your windows, and they are very easy to maintain.
Make a choice from a wide range of decorative glass and panel designs to create the perfect look for your home.
French doors are a popular choice for providing an attractive yet functional opening to a garden or patio area and are particularly suited to a period home that has a more conservative or traditional look. They are typically constructed from smaller glazing panes arranged within a larger frame. Many customers prefer this configuration as it provides a greater feeling of privacy when compared to a large single pane of glass.
French doors are hung in symmetrical pairs and open outwards or inwards, depending on your preferred choice. Typically, a pair of doors will fit a smaller doorway and as such are more suited to smaller properties or to rooms opening to a smaller garden area.
The main advantage of this type of door is that when fully opened, they allow the use of the entire doorway unlike sliding patio doors and even when closed, they allow a welcome flood of natural light.
Short of space? Then why not consider bi-folding or multi-fold doors for your property, offering you the convenience of full-sized functionality with flexible concertina-style panels. From a traditional wooden bi-fold to a larger scale contemporary glass design that leads to an outdoor patio, these doors can offer a range of added security options to ensure total peace of mind.
Our experienced staff can discuss various options with you, making sure you find the perfect choice for your individual needs, without compromising on style, quality or choice. We are able to work with different budgets and cater to both domestic and commercial customers, taking pride in providing a professional service with a minimum amount of disruption to you.
Contact our friendly team today for more details on our range of bi-folding doors and let us help you find the perfect solution for your home or business.
We are a FENSA APPROVED installer
What does this mean for you?
A fensa approved installer will ensure that:
- Complies with building regulations.
- Is engergy efficient.
- Registered with the local council.
When the job is done you will recieve a FENSA certificate. Proving that the job has been done correctly.