We can create a range of styles to suit your needs
- French Doors
- Bifold Doors
- Feature doorframes
- Interior and exterior doors
- Stable doors
- Frame ledge and brace doors
- Side hung garage doors
Our French doors are available in almost any style of door and frame configuration, this allows our customers the freedom to design their own style.
Bi fold doors offer you the opportunity to blend your living spaces: outdoor and indoor become one with elegance and ease.
Our Feature door frames are available in almost any style of door and window frame configuration, to include side lights, opening or non opening.
An exterior door is your house’s smile. Welcoming, chic or quirky, as the first thing visitors see it can make an elegant difference to your home.
Stable doors can bring country charm to a modern house or enhance the traditional features of a cottage.
A well-made timber door can add an additional layer of beauty to your home. Although uPVC doors are produced in such a way as to mimic the look of timber doors, it doesn’t take a keen eye to distinguish the differences between the two. Aesthetics aren’t the only reason to choose a timber door over uPVC.
According to a BRE commissioned study into timber and uPVC windows, the lifespan of timber was in many cases as high as double that of uPVC. While timber will require more maintenance than uPVC, with the correct upkeep this can be reduced to something as simple as a new coat of paint every six-to-seven years.
While a uPVC door will in most cases be cheaper than a timber equivalent, they don’t add any value to your home, unlike timber. A timber door will in most cases also come with a longer guarantee or warranty than its uPVC counterpart.
Timber doors provide an excellent barrier to cold wind penetration from outside, keeping your house warm and insulated and allowing you to lower your energy bill in the process. A uPVC door will both expand and contract during periods of hot and cold weather, allowing air to transfer from the outside of your home to the inside and vice versa.
Timber has been found by the FSC to be a ‘limitless resource’, making it the environmentally friendly option when compared to uPVC. Once a uPVC window or door reaches the end of its lifespan it can’t be reused, nor is it biodegradable. Timber is vastly different, in that it can be repurposed in a number of ways, such as for fuel, and is completely biodegradable.
A Greenpeace report into the differences between timber and uPVC windows lists many of the problems with working with and using uPVC and also details the benefits of choosing sustainably-sourced timber windows. While this report deals specifically with windows, the majority of the same information applies to the manufacture of doors as well.
"The production and disposal of PVC-u windows leads to the release of highly poisonous chemicals which threaten health. PVC-u production involves no less than six of the fifteen most hazardous chemicals listed by European governments for priority elimination.
Timber is a sustainable resource. As long as the timber is sourced from properly managed forests and care is taken in the choice of preservatives, paints and stains, timber windows are by far the best environmental choice."