Make a statement with your front door! There might be more options in entrances than you imagined and custom designs are possible. All our door panels are stable, solid and secure, being made from aluminium, and won’t swell or warp from the damp. All except for all-glass doors have a solid foam inner core to minimise loss of heat from the inside. Surface options vary from tongue-and-groove effect to clean smooth panels for a choice of traditional or modern looks.
We also give you a choice of dual colour panels – you can have different colours on the inside and outside, including the durable, low-sheen Mannex powder coat finish that is resistant to marking and scuffing.


The traditional-style hinged door comes with options of locking devices, multi-point locking, and co-ordinated sidelights. Top and bottom rails can be widened for a more traditional deep-rail appearance. All our hinged doors feature superior strength and stability.


French or double doors are ideal where wide access to decks or gardens is needed. All feature a clean, neat overlap where the pair of two hinged doors meet and close together. Your French doors can mirror the good looks of the hinged door and bi-fold systems for a unified appearance.


Bi-fold doors bring the outside indoors by opening up the full width of the door frame – or even a whole wall! The door panels stack out of the way outdoors, flush against the wall, to one or both sides. The bi-fold set can include one free-swinging hinged door for easy exterior access without having to open the full set and the look can be co-ordinated with your other hinged or French doors. There are configurations of two, three, four and six panels and options of stacking to the left or right.


Sliders are a versatile and economical door type for seamless wide access to deck, patio and garden areas. Standard sliders open up half of the frame width and have one panel that slides and stacks over the other. 
Duo-sliders are an excellent choice where extra-wide openings are needed as they open up two-thirds of the frame width, having two panels that slide in the same direction to stack over a third panel. Duo-sliders also offer a double-size six-panel configuration, with two panels sliding in one direction to stack while the other two slide and stack in the opposite direction.

A pair of duo-sliders can be used to meet at a 90-degree corner without the necessity of a corner post. This allows the whole corner of the house to be left open for unimpeded views and access.

The best sliding doors feature a flush-line sill inside and out for sleek good looks, and easy-glide mechanisms to effortlessly slide the heavier, modern double-glazed doors.