Our extensive residential range of energy-efficient uPVC external doors offers a variety of benefits at a competitive price. Stained glass or decorative panels can be included to enhance an attractive front entrance door, or you can choose to keep it plain and create a simple utility or rear door.
A durable and hard-wearing material, uPVC provides security for your home while being great for low maintenance. It won’t rust, rot or weather, and you get an extensive ten-year manufacturer guarantee for further peace of mind.
On top of all this, our uPVC door prices are more affordable than composite doors, making them great value for money.
The previous door and window timber frames were old and extremely draughty. So, they were removed from their original holdings and replaced with a new uPVC panel door and window, both with obscure glass. Secured by high-quality fixings, insulated, and rendered to keep within with original aesthetics, they prevented the outside elements from getting in and were much more energy efficient.
A cottage extension required an additional entrance to allow the homeowners direct access to their back garden. The original window was removed, the brick and block work cut out to the damp course, and then French doors were installed with high-quality fixings and insulated. Finally, to finish off, the frame edge was rendered on the outside, and the inside was trimmed.
The new owners of this commercial building needed customer access to the outside patio area, converting a window to French patio doors. The original window was removed, and the brick and blockwork were cut out to damp course. So the new uPVC doors were in keeping with the black barn; the owners chose ones with a black wood grain effect which were installed with high-quality fixings and insulated. Finally, the frame edge was trimmed with timber to finish it off.
Set back into the bricks, this uPVC door in a ‘Chartwell Green’ colour matched the rest of the windows in this Edwardian residence perfectly.
As a coat and boot area, this small porch and door were incorporated into the front of the house to provide a bit more space before entering the lounge. Its small size also meant that no planning permission was required.
This old Victorian house in Norwich needed a new door with an added glass panel to fit a traditional tall door frame. Made and installed as one complete unit, this gave the house kerb appeal but was still in keeping with the house.
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