Our UPVC residential doors are designed with the installer in mind. We aim to produce a product that can be adjusted accordingly on site. This will then require no return visits for the installer due to problems such as a door sash catching. We achieve this by using products that adhere to our internal quality standards. These products though not the cheapest when first purchased are the most cost effective when examining the life cycle and more specifically the guaranteed period of the UPVC residential door.
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Composite doors are made up from a variety of materials, including PVC, wood, insulating foam and GRP (glass reinforced plastic). The combination of materials result in a door that is very strong and secure. Composite back and front doors have a high resistance to weathering and will not react to seasonal changes like a singular material door. Composite doors have a higher thermal resistance than wooden doors, due to the insulating foam core. A composite door is designed to appear as a wooden door, with an attractive wood grain, but thanks to the materials used, it won't fade, discolour or require any maintenance beyond wiping with a damp cloth if it gets dirty.
In short, composite doors are exceptionally well-designed modern doors made from several materials. Their superior quality sets a new high standard within the door industry.
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Bi-fold doors often connect rooms to an outdoor area, such as an entrance to a garden or conservatory, but they can be used for a variety of purposes. Typically, a bi-fold can have anything between two to seven panels that are connected with hinges and attached to rollers at the top or bottom. Often a bi-fold will feature a traffic door. This is a door at one end of the bi-fold that opens like a standard entrance door, allowing continued use of the bi-fold throughout the colder months without having to push all the panels back. One of the ‘deal clinchers’ of bi-fold doors is that they offer spectacular views to outside. Aluminium frames support large glass panes and offer slim sightlines for an unimpeded view, compared to traditional patio doors.
Manufactured inhouse, our doors are custom made to a high specification and available in many sliding and bi-folding configurations.
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Patio doors are one of the most popular features of any home. They provide convenient access while creating unimpeded views that flood interior spaces with natural light. While old-style patio doors were notorious for heat loss, leakage and poor security, modern doors offer significant improvements. Frames and glass are more energy efficient, many products incorporate multi-point locking mechanisms for better security and sophisticated flashing packages prevent leakage. As with any window or door today, there are many choices when it comes to choosing a patio door. With this guide, we hope to help you make the right ones.
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A French door is a door style consisting of a frame around one or more transparent or translucent panels (called lights or lites) that may be installed singly, in matching pairs, or even as series. A matching pair of these doors is called a French window as it resembles a door-height casement window. When a pair of French doors is used as a French window, the application does not generally include a central mullion (as do some casement window pairs), thus allowing a wider unobstructed opening. The frame typically requires a weather strip at floor level and where the doors meet to prevent water ingress. An espagnolette bolt may allow the head and foot of each door to be secured in one movement. The slender window joinery maximizes light into the room and minimizes the visual impact of the doorway joinery when considered externally. Often, the doors of a French window open outward onto a balcony, porch, or terrace.
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Prices from: £399 plus VAT