Doors come in all shapes and sizes and because everyone has their own preferences, and personal tastes, traditional timber doors can be in any number of styles or designs. Doors can be made from a variety of hardwood timbers, for external location fitting. They can be solid or partly glazed, and can have virtually any type of handle, knob, knocker, letter plate and key escutcheon fitted. However, when we think of the traditional timber door it’s almost always invariably the front entrance door that comes to mind.
What does a traditional timber door mean to you?
The front entrance door is traditionally a strong barrier between your home and the outside world. It does however need to look good, and reflect your personal taste. It’s most likely the first thing visitors will notice when they come to visit, so it gives you the opportunity of making an impression or a statement. For many people it will also need to be welcoming and friendly, as it can be the entrance to your personal sanctuary. Whichever way you see it, the traditional timber door has to also keep out the elements, and keep out the unwanted visitor.
Custom made traditional timber doors
Modern workshops and modern machinery together with highly skilled craftsmen can ensure your entrance door is everything you want it to be. Your door can be custom made to your own specification and fitted with door furniture of your choice. It can even be painted or stained exactly as you would like it, to match or contrast any surrounding colour. Our Traditional or Contemporary timber doors are fitted with modern security locking systems, and are thermally efficient too.
Chase Window Company has the facilities, the skills and experience, and a commitment to excellence, which goes into manufacturing your timber door to the highest possible quality. All our doors are fully guaranteed.
For help and advice about traditional timber doors, visit our showroom.