External oak engineered doors

 

Oak is a by-word for strength and durability but this should not be confused with the fact that this is the most vulnerable of timbers and can be easily degraded if constantly exposed to rain or hot sun. To preserve the beautiful appearance and to guarantee long, trouble-free service, it is essential to provide adequate shelter from the worst elements of the weather. Position the doors well back from the face of the building or fit a canopy or open porch projecting not less than 1500 mm.

 

2XG clear glass 3-panel-oak23 panel (Discontinued)

Aberdeen

(Discontinued)

Acacia byron glass
ArtaArta frosted double glazed Balmoral jade  black camed glass with clear bevels.

Chancery black caming

(Discontinued)

see Cottage or Thames

Chancery onyx
Chancery stable Chateaux-ElegantChateaux elegant Chateaux-RegalChateaux regal CheadleCheadle
CheshamChesham ClevelandCleveland zinc double glazed Colonial raised mouldings Colonial-6PColonial 6P
Colonial-4PColonial 4P Cottage-Stable-4L-ClosedCottage 4 light Cottage-Stable-1L-ClosedCottage stable 1 light Malton BurnsMalton burns glass
Croft Dalston obscure glass Danielle-Elegant-Danielle elegant Danielle-RegalDanielle regal
Derby-ZincDerby Zinc Derby Edwardian diamond Elegant-SidelightElegant sidelight
Epsom sidelight glazed bevel edged acid etched Epsom glazed bevel edged acid etched Colonial Modena obscure glass
Modena Padova obscure glass Pattern 10 clear glass Pattern 10 sidelight obscure glass
Siena obscure glass Suffolk Trieste obscure glass Turin obscure glass
Granada-OakGranada bronze IncaInca Coniston Ullswater
Windermere Arundel Fontwell Norfolk

Perth

(Specially made)

Pulborough Richelieu

Stirling

(Discontinued)

Symphony Universal KnightsbridgeKnightsbridge London raised mouldings
Tuscany-UnglazedTuscany unglazed Danielle-UnglazedDanielle unglazed Chateaux-UnglazedChateaux unglazed

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