noun: back door; plural nouns: back doors. 1. a door at the back or side of a building
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Understated, stylish and secure, a perfect addition to your home!
A perfect addition to the side and rear of any property, our single timber backdoors designs are simpler and feature more glass than entrance doors. Similar to our entrance door designs, high levels of customisation can be achieved with a number of paint, stain, glazing and door furniture options.
Featuring multi-point locking and advanced cylinder locks as standard, our timber back doors are designed with security in mind. Security laminated glass can be incorporated to meet Part Q requirements.
Two types of locking systems are available – standard and auto-locking. With only one handle located on the internal facing side for the auto-locking system, the multi-point locks are automatically triggered when the door is shut which makes this system is perfect for those timber back doors that open onto a public or communal area.
Discover the benefits
Tested to exposure category 2000 – the highest classification
A rated as standard; Triple glazed options available
Security laminated glazing
For improved acoustic performance and safety
Environmentally friendly designs,
materials and processes
Great performance as standard and extensive test data to guide specification for optional enhanced acoustic performance
Tested to PAS 24 and to meet the requirements of Secured by Design
Finest adjustments to ensure optimal fitting, closing perfectly all year round.
Draught proofing (Wind load)
Dual seal design provides excellent draught proofing
Inspired to discuss how timber windows and doors can enhance your project?
Founded in 1884, George Barnsdale is a family run business manufacturing high-performance timber windows and doors in Donington, Lincolnshire and offering a nationwide project management and installation service.