This page highlights our traditional door designs with the features offered in this style set. The door can be designed to match the period & style of the property, with consideration often taken to the theme of the local area.
Mouldings play a significant part in defining the style of the door. The bolection mould is typical of the Victorian period, whereas the versatility of the simple ovolo mould can feel modern or aged with the right selection of ironmongery.
Typically we use the ovolo mould on the inside of the door panels which provides extra security, thermal efficiency and draught proofing for your door.
Like the mouldings, panels form an important feature of any door. Our popular panels compliment most traditional door styles, but any bespoke request is available.
The structure of our panels feature solid timber panels either side of an insulated polyurethane core. This method of manufacture provides the door with excellent thermal efficiency
Need more light? All our traditional door panels can be glazed instead of solid timber. Page 10 illustrates the various glazing options available for your door.
For traditional painted doors, our timber of choice is Accoya. The ability of this timber to absorb moisture is restricted making it a durable and dimensionally stable option over tropical hardwoods. For unpainted doors we recommend Euro Oak for its great dimensional stability and durability.
We can manufacture the sill as part of the frame or without it to incorporate an existing stone sill. Each door is different, but for excellent draught proofing we usually use a stormguard threshold sill. To draught-proof a door with a stone sill, we use a mechanical drop down seal that is recessed into the base of your door.
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