Designed to be long-lasting, our doors are heavy and solid, made of engineered timber. A strong, well-made front door increases security, creates a very important first impression and enhances the kerb-appeal of your property.
Sliding doors are a fantastic way to open up your home to the outside world bringing fresh air in throughout the year. Connecting the garden to your living area to draw the outside in creates an amazing space for day-to-day living and entertaining. We offer single sliding doors and multiple sliding doors to match the individual requirements for your home or project. The multi-point locking system will keep your property safe and conforms to current insurance regulations. We also offer extra large sliding doors as an alternative to bi-folding doors, providing uninterrupted views with easy-glide openings. The sheer scale of these extra-large doors gives them the "wow" factor that anyone looking to improve their home would desire.
Our timber double-glazed bi-fold doors make a unique design statement. Break down the barriers between home and garden with doors that fold, slide and stack to the side of the aperture, opening up your garden into the living space - perfect for enjoying a summer’s day or when entertaining. The door panels are argon-filled which minimises heat exchange for improved energy efficiency and thanks to modern double glazed glass units the room is usable all year round, whatever the temperature.
Classy and sophisticated. Typically French doors refer to large casement windows that can also serve as doors. Originating in France during the 17th Century, French doors traditionally led out onto small balconies and whilst their use has become more varied over the years, their style still proves popular with those wanting to create a continental feel by opening their home to the garden letting in the maximum daylight enhancing the room and feeling of space. French doors can be custom-sized and can fit any opening as well as . Inward openings are available to make the most of your patio space or outward opening to maximise your indoor area. Though they typically lead to the exterior, French doors can be used internally as room dividers.