Whether you choose a PVC-u or Composite Front or Back door, a Composite Stable door, a Patio door or French door or even a stunning Bi-Folding door we are determined that you will be impressed throughout the whole process.
Pvc-u Front and Back Doors will grace any home. They are virtually maintenance-free and possess insulation figures up to six times better than timber. With a multitude of security features and accreditations including the Secured by Design, the official Police preferred security specification you can be sure of a safe & sound choice. Some options include Wood effect or grained features. In addition some have colour options! Popular at the moment are Cream Grained French Doors, Grey Bi-Folding Doors and Black Composite Front Doors.
Composite Front, Back & Stable Doors look and feel like traditional timer. A large range of colours, styles and glazing options give you a great choice. They do not require painting or varnishing and are designed to resist denting, warping or cracking. So smart.
Pvc-u Patio Doors, French Doors & Composite French Doors offer high style, high insulation and high security allowing the sunlight to brighten up any room.
Bi-Folding Doors. Contemporary, architecturally designed Bi-Folding Doors create a stunning feature for your home and they are an attractive alternative to French or Patio doors. These elegant, concertina doors add a real 'wow' factor to your home, seamlessly connecting your indoor and outdoor spaces.
Cornerless Bi-Folding Doors. Sliding Door Sets with Moveable Posts are becoming the latest design choice. Shuco, our preferred supplier have an amazing system that gives an uninterrupted view out of the corner of a building.
Read some of our customer comments;
"We would like to compliment you on the excellent service and a very good product. We are very pleased with our windows & doors along with your salesman and installation team." - Mr & Mrs W of Farlington
"I am so thrilled with the patio doors fitted, especially with the way the fitters carried out the work." - Mrs B of Purbrook