We have years of expertise and experience in fitting external door
It is vital that this type of installation is carried out properly, and complies with any relevant regulations. Especially external wooden doors.
Bespoke external doors
External doors that make a statement
When we say we have an external door for any property, we mean any property! This is thanks to our exceptional range of custom sized doors for external use – this includes front and back single doors, as well as outdoor gates.
The exterior architecture of a building can provide a revealing insight into how the owner or occupant would like to be seen. This powerful form of self-expression is not limited to bold architectural statements; as subtle detailing is also used to great effect. A bespoke front door offers the perfect opportunity to make such a statement, and a great way to shape the first impressions of everyone passing and entering the building.
composite External doors
Our low maintenance GRP Doors provide both Enhanced Security and High Thermal Efficiency along with stunning modern or more traditional designs, and therefore are a preferred choice for Homeowners.
Doors remain a remarkable “new timber door” appearance over many years, even when under extreme weather condition.
Standard external doors
When it comes to doors, external doors are an essential part of any property. Without them, your home would be open to the elements, as well as unwelcome visitors. Just because they’re a crucial part of your home’s infrastructure doesn’t mean that they have to be unsightly, though.
Why use a professionals to fit external wooden doors?
Many thanks, love the doors and great service, would recommend you without hesitation.
My doors have now been hung and look really great. Was very pleased with the finish also. Very polite and extremely tidy person and I would recommend and will be using him again.
Professional fitter with great skills, Thank you very much Philip.
External Door Experts
All new doors have perfectly straight edges. But a door frame can become ‘cupped’ or ‘bellied’, making the edges uneven and bowed.
A ‘cupped’ edge is when the door frame bows outwards, making parts of it wider. And a ‘bellied’ door frame bows inwards, making parts of it narrower.
This can happen when the foundations of the building move (as all foundations do), causing the walls and door frames to move with them. The older the building, the more likely it is that the door frames will become seriously cupped or bellied – or both.