7 months ago
Replacing an old front door at a traditional or period residence needs to be done with an element of sensitivity as any new replacement door must preserve the style and look of the property.
The usual tell-tale signs that it’s time you exchanged the front door at your quaint cottage or charming country house for something new are that it doesn’t open and close as smoothly as it used to, it’s lost its visual appeal or it fails to sufficiently insulate your hallway. You could attempt to repair the door, but the likelihood is that the same issues will resurface in the future.
For the right sort of replacement entrance for these types of homes and to get long-term assurance from your door, look no further than the traditional period-inspired composite doors sold at the Essex Composite Door Shop.
Each of our period-inspired panelled composite door designs will give your entire home a huge aesthetic lift and make people stand up and take more notice of it. While sustaining the original character of the entrance, they still somehow manage to inject an element of modernity.
Available in a very eclectic choice of colours and architectural styles, with the exception of our completely solid composite door solutions, several of them include decorative, patterned glass inserts that add rich and distinctive detail to each individual design. When the light of the sun hits these hugely attractive glazed sections, it creates all sorts of wonderfully colourful patterns internally.
You can also customise them to your taste by determining how the completed composite door is furnished – it’s entirely up to you what handles, hinges, cylinders and locks are affixed to the entrance.
When using our door designer to produce a period-inspired composite door, view it as an experiment in trial and error and keep playing around until you come across a design that you know will breathe new life into your home.
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