Our timber doors are available in different styles and specifications to help you make the right choice. All our doors can be customised with various timber, glazing and ironmongery options.
We offer a range of timber doors:
Choosing a timber door
When choosing a new door for your home you will find a huge selection and it may be hard to make a decision. There are many advantages to timber doors. They are attractive, strong, secure and offer a wide range of styles.
Types of timber doors
Whatever kind of door you need, we can offer a solution. We create bespoke timber doors, tailoring the door to meet your specific needs. Be it a classic timber stable door, a straightforward front door, double doors for a larger entrance or bi-fold doors that open onto your garden, we can make your perfect door.
Peace of mind
When you order bespoke timber doors, you can be sure it will suit your situation. Our doors feature high security locking systems with kite-marked cylinders and locks that are anti-pick, anti-bump and anti-drill. We use 58mm thick door leaves for added strength and security. We can combine security with ease of use, with features such as keyed-alike cylinders so you only need one key for all doors at your property and thumb turn exits so you don’t need a key to open the door from the inside.
Timber door features
When choosing timber doors there is a wide selection of options. If you have an older property and want to match your door, we offer traditional hardware, a Georgian lock option with external key access and no lever, and the option to integrate the door with other products to create a grand entrance.
There is a huge range of door designs available, both traditional and contemporary. Hardware and letter plates can be chosen to your specification, insulated panels that can be either grooved or raised, and of course, you can choose the colour you want.
Long-lasting doors and cills
Our timber door cills are made from hardwood that is strong and long-lasting, oiled for a natural appearance and easy to maintain. Cills can be made Part M compliant for wheelchair access. The timber doors are made from engineered hardwoods, making them strong and long-lasting.