External doors installation gallery
You can see below some of our recent external door projects that we have done for our clients or are currently installing. Please remember that the photos you see are often 'work-in-progress' pictures and will obviously feature dust-sheets, tools and temporary fixings that we use to create the end result!
This external high security front entrance door includes a full steel core that is encased in timber leaving absolutely no steel on show. The intention for all of our doors is to make them look absolutely normal and hide the inner steel core, something our competitors don’t offer. Installed in Richmond, South West London, the Continue reading
The job was recently completed in the Central London area. This classic external high security door (pictured above) is a shaker style unit with elaborate mouldings. The customer chose a high end sprayed finished in RAL 5011 which we think looks superb. The internal door (pictured below) is a bespoke high security unit Continue reading
Fitted recently to a client’s property in Hertfordshire, this stylish horizontal panelled front security door has a rectangular glass inset panel and a contemporary stained oak finish. Notice the matching window frame also installed. All glazed panels use toughened security glass. We think this door looks great and the long bar handle on the outside Continue reading
Here we have some photos of client doors during the manufacturing and fitting progress. These double doors sport a beautiful Sapele finish with a fluted design, and are shown in their pre-lacquered stage and afterwards, fitted to the client’s house. Sapele is a hardwood that is similar to mahogany and gives a stunning finish. This Continue reading
Some work-in-progress photos here to show you what these stunning Accoya® double front entrance doors look like before they get treated with a superb, durable spray finish. Accoya® wood is the “new kid on the block” that is proving a popular choice as it’s sustainable and eco-friendly. Accoya® wood uses a patented ‘acetylation’ technology to Continue reading