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The existing uPVC door at a property in Westcott, Surrey was over 15 years old and had been damaged in places. The locking mechanism had broken and we were unable to source a replacement.

We supplied and fitted a white Liniar uPVC front door in white with bevelled framing and beading.

The letterbox and pad/lever handle were both in chrome, and the door had Mayflower obscured toughened glass. It also has a sidelight with opening fanlight and a 2000 trickle vent.

 

White Liniar uPVC front door

Our customer who lives in Reigate, Surrey had been granted planning permission to convert her garage into an office for her accountancy business.

She wanted high quality, thermally efficient, secure windows and doors with minimal maintenance. It was also specificied to make sure the front door opened outwards to maximise the useable internal floor space in her new office.

We supplied three white, Liniar profile, A-rated, double glazed, uPVC windows with chamfered framing and beading and a brown darkwood GRP composite front door, with white uPVC outerframe glazed with clear toughened glass.

The outerframe glazing helped to maximise light in the office and the toughened glass gave extra peace of mind and security.

Darkwood GRP composite front door with white a uPVC outerframe glazed with clear toughened glass. (2)

White, Liniar profile, A-rated uPVC windows with chamfered framing and beading.

The customer was extremely pleased with the finished result:

“I would like to say a big thank you to the boys. They were quick, efficient, professional, tidy and clean. They have done a wonderful job.

The finishing of the door and the windows look really good. Even the 12 bricks are matching to the existing brick work which makes another difference.

Thank you for a fantastic job done!

I am very, very pleased.”

The existing door was a modern GRP composite door installed about 11 years ago. The door was installed badly to start with and our customes had always had problems with it. The locking mechanism had broken and needed replacing so the customer decided to put the money towards a new, more secure and easy to maintain front door.

The end of terrace Victorian property was fitted with a black GRP composite front door with fixed top light glazed with sandblasted (satin) glass. The fixtures of ponytail knocker, letterbox the number 1 and handle are all in a chrome finish.

Black GRP composite front door with sandblasted (satin) glass in top light and a chrome pony tail knocker, letterbox and handle.   (2)

 

The customer’s comments:

“We are very pleased with our new front door.”

The existing front door at this property was single glazed and was draughty, cold and was not very secure.

The property was turn of the century and the brick opening was very small. The customer wanted something similar to the original door which was painted blue.

Unfortunately, GRP fibre glass front doors are not available in such small door widths so a coloured woodgrain uPVC door was the only option.

We supplied and installed a blue woodgrain uPVC front door with crome handles and a white uPVC outer frame.

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This home was a new build in the last 12 months and had two entrance doors that were poorly installed and of a very low quality.

We supplied and installed new white composite front and back doors. Both doors had rosewood colour uPVC external cills.

The new doors are more secure and provide the owners with greater peace of mind and a warmer home.

White composite front door Rehill Surrey

White composite front door Redhill Surrey

White composite back door Redhill Surrey

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