Timber Entrance Doors
In the design of our timber entrance doors we achieve beauty and exceptional levels of security and comfort. With multi-point locking and advanced cylinder locks as standard, all door designs can be specified with security laminated glass to meet Part Q requirements.
Whilst we offer a number of door styles and configurations, we can easily adapt these to provide a very contemporary looking timber entrance door. In fact most features, from paint and stain finishes to door furniture, offer high levels of customisation to meet precise project requirements. Stained glass can also be incorporated and can be crafted to provide an exact replica of an existing design.
To meet exact application requirements, whether for residential or commercial use, we offer three locking systems – standard, auto-locking and heritage. Pairing with electronic access control, including fob and magnetic card operation is also available.
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Multi-Point Locking (for High Security)
With a number of locking points distributed around the edge of the door, the multi-point locking system engages all bolts when either the handle is operated or when the door is closed (this will depend upon the choice of locking system).
Advanced Cylinder Locks (For High Security)
We only fit cylinder locks that meet the TS007 3 Star British Kitemark and the SS312 Sold Secure diamond standards (the highest rating in both schemes). We also offer a number of key options including ‘keying alike’ and ‘master keying’.
Security Laminated Glass (For High Security)
To meet the challenging standards of PAS 24 and the Building Regulations 2015: Security-Dwellings (Approved Document Q), all entrance doors can be specified with security laminated glass.
Concealed Gasket (Excellent Weather Performance)
Concealed gaskets between the door and the frame provide excellent performance against the elements.
Adjustable Hinges (For ease of operation)
To ensure that the door is perfectly positioned for easy operation, our timber entrance door designs incorporate adjustable hinges that allow the door to be set after installation. In addition, an adjustable lock keep helps to maintain the perfect balance between ease of closing and tight weathersealing.
Traditional Entrance Doors
Designed for renovation and traditional new build projects, our Traditional Range combines period-matching styling with exceptional performance.
Our Traditional timber entrance door options have been designed to be aesthetically compatible with properties of every period. All doors can be combined with fanlights and sidelights, with the option of leaded, stained and obscure glazing.
Historic Entrance Doors
To meet the needs of listed properties and those located in a Conservation Area, the Historic Range provides sympathetic replacement though accurate period design and original glazing methods.
Based on original period designs with heritage door furniture, our Historic entrance doors provide excellent protection from the elements at no detriment to authenticity. Putty glazed with the option of leaded, stained, hand and machine-drawn glass.
Contemporary Entrance Doors
Offering simple, clean, modern designs the Contemporary Range features large panes of efficient triple-glazing or acoustic double-glazing.
To deliver your most imaginative entrance door designs, the Contemporary Range offers a choice of configurations and an exhaustive collection of glazing, paint and stain options. Marine grade stainless steel furniture provides a sleek finish.
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