Entrance door designs
The entrance to your property helps to create the first impression of your home. With inward or outward opening doors, double door leafs and split stable door options available, we keep first impressions in mind by creating contemporary or traditional front door designs that cater for a variety of configurations, requirements and personal tastes.
Designs are able to integrate side panels or fanlights, and are hung with adjustable hinges, creating a secure fit over the entrance to your home. Additionally, since our doors are manufactured from durable engineered timber and fitted with high-security locks as standard, we can ensure that our doors are not only beautiful, but also safe.
Stylish and secure entrance doors
Our team of window and door designers are expert at creating designs that are both secure and stylish. Whether you are looking for a traditional front door, or a more contemporary appearance, our team is sure to be able to design the perfect entrance to your home.
Why choose Timbertherm for entrance doors?
Our team in Essex are experienced in designing stylish and secure entrance doors without compromising on quality. Get in touch for a free quote today.
The best windows and doors
Timbertherm’s traditional and contemporary entrance doors are designed in Essex and made from durable engineered timber.
Frequently Asked Questions
Wondering how to choose the right entrance door for your home, what security features you should look for or how to tell if it will meet safety regulations? Read on…
Which Is More Important For Entrance Doors – Quality Or Price?
The price of our entrance doors is dependent on a number of factors, for example: the opening size, your choice of materials and insulation. We can offer you a free, no obligation quote that lasts for six months, which takes these variables into consideration.
Should I Choose Traditional Or Contemporary Front Door Designs?
It is wise to choose a door style that matches your property’s architectural style. Contemporary front doors often lend themselves to a variety of colours and ironmongery options, where as traditional door designs lean more towards primary colours and brass fittings. Unless you live in a listed building or conservation area, the design choices of your entrance door is mainly up to you.
Why Choose Engineered Timber For My Entrance Door?
At Timbertherm Windows, we only use engineered timber to manufacture our products since the material is strong, durable, low maintenance and offer extra security for your front door. We are able to create door designs that include concealed espagnolette locks and adjustable hinges to that your entrance door fits securely.
Are Timbertherm’s Front Doors Weather Tested?
With a growing interest in environmental factors, we have noticed an increase in the need to create air-tight door designs as clients look to decrease their energy bills and carbon footprints. Therefore, to achieve the highest possible performance from our entrance doors, we make sure that all of our designs are weather and air tested before they are manufactured and use engineered timber to produce our products.
Which Security Options Are Important?
We always manufacture our entrance door designs to high security standards, including concealed multi-point espagnolette locks. Your choice of door furniture will also assist in increasing your door’s security, with options of door viewers and limiters available, and letter plates that are difficult to push through with a single hand. We can also include smart security features such as doorbells, locks and fingerprint entry, however we recommend traditional security options over these since the technology is still in its infancy.
How can I make an order?
Download our brochure or contact us for more information on how we can help you with your request. We can survey your property and provide you with a free, no obligation quote that will stay valid for six months.
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At Timberthem, our in-house team based in Essex has developed their own unique design of french doors.