Doors .

Residential Doors

Residential doors are quite deceptive, even though they are lightweight, they are robust, strong and secure with excellent insulating properties. These doors make excellent front or rear entrances and are tough enough to cope with busy, family homes. Being impact resistant, residential doors are easy to clean, won’t rot or swell in damp conditions. Steel reinforced frames provide strength and rigidity and top-quality locking systems to keep your home secure.

  • Full panel, half panel or fully-glazed styles
  • Range of panel designs
  • Double and triple glazed options
  • Secured by Design
  • Toughened glass
  • Advanced, multipoint locking systems
  • Excellence sounds and thermal insulation
  • Practically maintenance free.

Patio Doors

Homes are so much nicer to live in when there is plenty of natural light. Patio doors offer the benefit of floor to ceiling glass in a very practical design that can be configured to suit your home. Sliding patio doors open without disturbing your furniture – popping outside doesn’t have to be a hassle. They’re brilliant for making smaller rooms feel much larger and more open, but are equally at home in conservatories, orangeries, garden offices, porches or even as internal room dividers.

  • 2,3 or 4 panel options
  • Slim-line profile for maximum daylight and improved views
  • Combine with side panels to create a “wall of glass”
  • Easy-glide tracks and rollers
  • Low threshold option
  • Energy-efficient glazing.

French Doors

Looking to transform the look of your home? Then look no further than a set of French Doors. The classic, two-opening pane styling is very practical as it gives access to the garden which provides an airy, open feel to your home (especially on a warm summer day).

These doors can be styled to suit traditional homes with Georgian bars or leaded glass, or can be more contemporary in appearance with bold-coloured frames and modern handles. They can be built to open inwards or outwards, depending on your available space. You can choose from a smart bevelled or a graceful ovolo shaped frame, and there’s a full choice of glazing options.

French doors can be installed almost anywhere:

  • Entrance doors
  • Kitchens
  • Patio, deck or garden access
  • Conservatories, orangeries and sunrooms
  • Porches, summerhouses and garden offices.

Bi-Folding Doors

There is no doubt that bi-folding doors look amazing but they’re also fantastic for opening up your living space to the great outdoors. Bi-folding doors can have between three and seven panes. Depending on the size of your home, they can be combined with fixed panes to create even larger features. They can open externally to your living space or internally, and there are low-threshold options to make access easy.

  • Draught and weatherproof
  • Insulating frames and glazing
  • Fully configurable layout
  • Choice of colour
  • Top-quality secure locks
  • Steel reinforced frames
  • Meets all UK building regulations.

Composite Doors

Composite doors are made from a very smart material called glass-reinforced plastic, or GRP. This is a particular type of plastic that has been reinforced with fine glass fibres. The result is a lightweight material with incredible strength and resilience. Perfect, in other words, for a strong, hardwearing door that combines good looks and elegance with all the protection you need.

  • Superior quality
  • Highly insulating
  • Tough and secure
  • Optional side panels
  • Double or triple glazed
  • Choice of colour
  • Modern and traditional styles.