The door can be as individual as you like. Three new door colours; Poppy Red, Duck Egg Blue and Black Brown, have added to our existing ten; White, Black, Blue, Red, Green, Oak, Darkwood, Cream, Grey and Chartwell Green. We also offer colour all round options, and 9 frame colours – white, mahogany, cherrywood, oak, white grain, brown–black, grey, cream and chartwell green – to compliment your new door colour. All of which can be configured with gold, chrome, black, white and contemporary hardware; it’s easy to see how there are over 900 billion types of Door-Stop door.
Internal colour choice
Double the colour choice – Providing the composite door market with even more choice, we are pleased to announce the expansion of our product offering with a new option that allows customers to specify a colour on both sides of their chosen front door – Available from 5pm on Wedneday 20th February. With the same stunning range of 13 colours to choose from, the new option allows customers to mix and match shades to suit the inside and outside of their home. One colour can be selected for the external side of the door and a completely different colour for the interior, allowing the door to truly reflect the homeowner’s personality and complement both the building’s character and internal design. Available on all door styles as standard.
The hinge edge of your door has a PVC edging. Then we cut through the edging so that whichever hinge you selected sits neatly inside the edge of your door. To make the door super-strong, the lock edge has been fitted with a full length of 4mm thick, powder coated aluminium lock strip. Then your preferred lock sits flush inside your door.
Making a door to just hold the glass is easy. But have you ever thought about what happens if the glass unit breaks down in that composite door you fitted? You will want that door to have been a Door-Stop door. Our unique and patented glazing cassette can be removed from the inside to let you simply change the glass and reuse the cassette. You won’t need a new door because it has been damaged whilst trying to follow impossible deglazing knacks and techniques! All of our doors are reglazable except for FD30s Fire Doors.