1930’s Six panel front door with top panels glazed

1930’s Six panel front door with glazing in the top panels.   Traditionally six panels designs of door were most common in the Georgian period.   However it is common for design features to be revisited.   This 1930’s house has an exposed doorway with a Georgian portico and a classic Six panel front door.   The white paint is complemented by polished brass door furniture to create stylish front entrance.

  • Superb quality of joinery and service, developed over 40 years of experience
  • 12-Year Manufacturing Guarantee
  • Carefully designed specification for longevity, security, strength, insulation and beauty
  • Advanced draught-proofing and weather-proofing
  • FSC-certified timbers
  • Highly durable Accoya wood used for doors and frames
  • Advanced Teknos Accoya paint finish with an 8-12 year re-coat time
  • Wide range of glazing options, including bespoke designs
  • Installed by our skilled carpenters, backed up by our after-service
  • Free design surveys

Description

1930’s Six panel front door with glazing in the top panels.   Traditionally six panels designs of door were most common in the Georgian period.   However it is common for design features to be revisited.   This 1930’s house has an exposed doorway with a Georgian portico and a classic Six panel front door.   The white paint is complemented by polished brass door furniture to create stylish front entrance.

  • Superb quality of joinery and service, developed over 40 years of experience
  • 12-Year Manufacturing Guarantee
  • Carefully designed specification for longevity, security, strength, insulation and beauty
  • Advanced draught-proofing and weather-proofing
  • FSC-certified timbers
  • Highly durable Accoya wood used for doors and frames
  • Advanced Teknos Accoya paint finish with an 8-12 year re-coat time
  • Wide range of glazing options, including bespoke designs
  • Installed by our skilled carpenters, backed up by our after-service
  • Free design surveys