Upgrade to a more impressive new front door, patio doors or something a little more unique. Let us advise you on the best product for both your budget and personality.
View photo gallery >Create a stunning entrance to your home with a brand new front door or open up the view onto your garden with patio and french doors. We provide a friendly installation service for homeowners across Kent and East Sussex.
uPVC, aluminium, timber and composite
All of our doors are available in uPVC, aluminium, timber and composite material meaning that we can offer a door to suit a range of budgets and properties from modern to traditional. We can also match your energy efficiency requirements by combining either uPVC, aluminium or timber with our double or triple glazed units.
For the energy efficient conscious
If you’re looking to upgrade a uPVC door and neither aluminium or timber take your fancy, why not go for a composite door? They are strong, brilliant at keeping the heat in and very low-maintenance, keeping your home warm and safe with minimal maintenance fuss.
Composite doors are made to imitate the grain of timber, making them a great alternative to real wooden doors and are available in lots of different colours for you to choose from.
Something a bit different
Alongside our quality composite doors we also offer beautiful bifold doors in timber, aluminium or uPVC. Bifolding doors are a unique addition to any home and can be used in place of French or patio doors to open up a room onto an outside space.
If you are a homeowner in East Sussex or Kent and require more
information about front doors, composite doors or patio doors get
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Low-maintenance – No product is truly ‘maintenance-free’ but uPVC is close. It never needs painting or staining and can be cleaned simply using a warm, damp cloth.
Thicker frames – uPVC isn’t as strong as aluminium or timber. Windows and doors made from this material need thicker frames to support the weight which impacts the overall appearance.
Strength – Because it’s so strong, products made using aluminium feature slimmer frames than uPVC or timber, allowing more light to enter your home and offering a wider view to outside.
Aluminium is seen as a ‘cold’ material and has previously had a bad reputation when it comes to thermal insulation. Whilst older aluminium systems aren’t very energy efficient, modern advances mean today’s equivalents can meet, and even exceed, the thermal efficiency of uPVC.
Beautiful aesthetics – Nothing beats the traditional charm of timber, and no wooden window, door or conservatory is ever the same as the next, giving your home a completely unique style.
Higher maintenance – Although the horror stories of timber rotting after a few years are false, timber products do require more maintenance than uPVC or aluminium. But the end result is definitely worth it.