With a vast range of styles to choose from there is something to suit all tastes from the more traditional Oak Collection to the cutting edge bespoke doors. Combine this with the door fitting experts craftsmanship that goes into all of services and you can be sure of a product that will look like new for years to come.
Oak Internal Doors
Oak doors can add a stunning look to any home. Our internal oak door range covers an extensive spectrum from ultra-modern to traditional interior doors meaning there is a door style to suit any home. All of our oak doors are manufactured to exacting standards and come sustainably sourced, including FSC® certified doors, ensuring they are sourced from sustainably managed forests.
Whether you choose a modern flush finish or a more traditional look, our range makes finding the perfect door even easier. All our oak doors are 35mm thick, except for metric which are 40mm and are available unfinished and pre-finished. Fire doors are 44mm thick.
WALNUT Internal Doors
Rich and warm
The natural beauty of an interior walnut timber door can create a warm and inviting atmosphere. Add a touch of elegance by framing them with white skirting and architrave. Find out more below.
Rich and warm or stylish and sleek, walnut is a beautiful, versatile finish that we offer in various designs. All our walnut doors are pre-finished and are 35mm thick, except for metric which are 40mm. Fire doors are 44mm thick.
Interior White Primed Doors
Simplistic and timeless
Traditional, bright and timeless classics.
When we think of internal doors we always imagine a traditional white, 4 or 6-panel door. Their finish brightens any home from the inside and is a must for both contemporary and traditional styles buildings.
We offer a varied range of white primed internal doors suitable for any home. From modern flush internal doors to glazed alternatives, our white internal doors are ready to finish the moment they arrive at your door.
Interior Fully Finished White Doors
CLEAN, CRISP STYLING
White internal doors introduce character and a neutral style to inside spaces. They provide an effective way to section off rooms to control the room’s flow while also helping retain heat for a cosy and welcoming interior. The neutral white colour makes it a versatile option that is flexible enough to blend into any home scheme.
Fully finished white doors will ensure a timeless look for any interior. From fully flush white doors to the more traditional styles with beading, white sliding doors to classic fit.
The variation of colour doors we offer will allow your home to follow the latest trends. From bold black to silk, soft grey we cover a vast range of colour and design perfect for enhancing your living areas. Choose between solid and glazed options, we really do have something for everyone.
Pocket Door System
CLEAN, CRISP STYLING
Our pocket doors and pocket door kits can provide the perfect solution where space is tight such as en-suites, bathrooms or kitchens.
A pocket door system that enables your doors to slide conveniently into a wall cavity, save space, whilst looking incredibly stylish!
Available for both single and double door situations in a selection of sizes.
Why use a professionals to fit external wooden doors?
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INTERNAL 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.