The Front Door is a showcase of your home and the main entrance. The right choice can make your building look special and stylish. More importantly they have to protect you and your family against intruders.We produce a wide range of timber doors made to order.
Combine style with security!
Horizontal and vertical glazing bars are used to continue a uniform pattern where mullions or transoms have been fitted, it is also used create a Georgian style window by using a cross within each unit of glazing.
Leaded, 18mm, 20/26, mm60mm
Obscure glass is used for front doors, French doors or bathroom windows that need a little privacy, patterned glass offers just that whilst retaining the natural light in the room.
Various finishes are available
We can supply iron mongery to meet the needs you may have.
More information coming soon.
Softwood – Engineered Redwood
Hardwood – Engineered Meranti or Engineered European Oak
PROFILE AND CONSTRUCTION
Frame thickness IV68 for lipped doors / 56 for flushed doors
FLUSH=frame and leaf at the same level
LIPPED = overlapping
Opening inward / outward
COLOURS AND FINISH
High performance coatings in any standard RAL colour paint finish
Preservation micro porous, Paint / stain micro porous flow coat applied, 3 coats
Choice of twelve different stains
Dual colour option
Glazing D.G.U 24mm, 4mm Toughened/16mm gap swisspacer/4mm Toughened soft coat Low E, Uvalue 1.1W/M2k
Glaze gap Argon gas filled
Patterned (obscure) glass – optional
Laminated ot toughened (safe) and anti –burglary glass – optional
Colour availabe: RAL 7035 Standard
Optional: RAL 9016, RAL 9005, RAL 8003, RAL 8016, RAL 7035, RAL 7040
18mm, 20mm, 26mm, 60mm, lead bars
Internally beaded to prohibit removal of the glass from outside with concealed glazing pins
Silicone continuous neutral cure seal both sides
Q – Lon by Schlegel
HINGES AND LOCKS
3 or 5 point locking systems
High security, multi-point perimeter locking with cams and bolts to guard against jemmy attack- optional
Optional 90 degree egress friction hinges
Low aluminium threshold
Falling threshold – optional
Timber cill – optional
Generally 7 – 8 weeks unless otherwise specified
Manufacturer has the right to introduce technical alterations without notifying.