Of all the doors in your home, external doors are the most important. Entrance doors impact the appearance of your whole house and can improve kerb appeal. Older back and front doors tend to be less secure and can deter potential buyers when you come to sell.
Investing in new back and front doors could help you save money on your energy bills too. Recent energy price increases mean there’s never been a better time to invest in a new external door and keep your home warm.
An entrance door should provide the right balance of appearance and practicality. All the modern doors we supply are the perfect meeting of aesthetic appeal and functionality.
Here at Doors & More, we understand the importance of finding the right exterior door for your home. Your new external door will face the world, present the right impression and provide security for your family.
What you want from a new front door could be completely different from any other external door, like back, side, and garage doors. Therefore, we’ve got a huge range of external doors in different styles, materials, and finishes, so you can find the perfect fit.
Let’s start with arguably the most important exterior door of your house – the entrance door. Choosing the right one adds some serious kerb appeal and can create a lasting first impression.
We’re confident that whatever your style, we have the a door to create the right first impression. What’s more, we believe that investing in the perfect front door shouldn’t cost the earth, that’s why our full range represents excellent value for money.
Frome traditional to contemporary styles, we have plenty of choice. With so many options to choose from, you might struggle to pick one so take a look at our guide to choosing a new front door if you need more support. Alternatively, phone or send an enquiry into one of the team and we can help match up your requirements to the right door in our collection.
Getting the right back door to fit your space can often be difficult with so many choices available. From sliding patio doors to bi-fold doors and traditional single leaf options, as well as side panels and top panels available, it seems the choices available are endless.
Often it is best to consider what style you like, the style of your property, and any practical considerations like if space is limited. Would a sliding door be more appropriate than one that opens in or out?
With external doors, your choice of material is always important. You need something that is secure, stable, and robust enough to stand up to all the elements the British weather system can throw at it.
Solid wood has been used to construct doors for centuries. It is tried and tested, able to withstand the pummelling of winter rain and starching of the summer sun.
Many of the external timber doors we stock feature an engineered solid core. This helps prevent the warping or swelling that can happen with a solid wood door, keeping the door attractive and functional for years with only minimal maintenance such as varnishing or repainting necessary.
Our range includes quality hardwood doors, such as external oak doors and softwood doors, including external hemlock doors. Whether you’re looking for a sturdy and solid new front door, or a wallet-friendly side or back door, we’ve got plenty of options to choose from.
When it comes to a new front door, picking one from our range of highly secure composite doors is probably a no-brainer.
Composite front doors are engineered out of plastic, wood and other materials to make a door that is incredibly strong and impressively durable. They get the benefits of all the materials they’re made from, including unbeatable thermal efficiency to keep your centrally-heated air inside and the bitter winter air outside.
Perhaps the best thing about composite doors is that they look great too. Available in a whole rainbow of colours and shades, they also have a hardwearing woodgrain textured veneer that looks fantastic. Even better, the colours of these veneers can easily endure direct sunlight without fading.
In fact, our composite doors should stay looking as lovely and functioning as brilliantly as the day they were installed for up to 35 years.
Our patio doors are also available with aluminium and uPVC frame options. Choose the right material or colour to match your existing windows, or select a stylish design to make the most of your garden.
With an external door material picked, you still have plenty of design flexibility from our choice of doors.
If you want the ease of a door that is ready to hang as soon as it arrives, we stock plenty of prefinished doors. All our composite doors and many of our timber doors are fully finished, so you can install them straight away on the day of delivery.
If you’d rather add your own stamp to your external doors, we also have wood doors available unfinished. After adding paint, varnish, or stain, you will have a door that suits your own style completely.
Many people prefer external doors with glazing to let the natural light flood into their home. Within our collection, there are both clear and frosted glass options to choose from to suit your style.
All of the glass in our external doors are designed to not only withstand the everchanging weather, but also to protect your home from anyone breaking in. All of our glazed external doors include either double or triple glazing and have toughened glass as standard. Therefore you can enjoy all the natural light flooding into your home, whilst having total peace of mind that your home and family has the protection it needs.
As well as stocking a huge number of exterior doors, we also have a selection of quality locks, frames, hinges, mouldings, and door furniture that are suitable for the installation process. Be sure to browse our door accessories and find everything you need to securely fit your new door.
With so many factors to consider, and such an extensive range of external doors to choose from, deciding on the door that’s right for your home can sometimes be a little confusing. Fortunately, we’re on hand to help – so, if you have any questions, want further information, or you’d like some terminology explained, or you’d simply like a recommendation for your property, then be sure to get in touch with us using the details on our contact us page.