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  • How Energy Efficient Are Your Doors?

    Energy efficient doors are a way to make your home more efficient and even greener. If you’re aware of the latest developments in climate change and global warming, you know that we need to reduce our carbon footprint and become more sustainable if we want to save the planet. You can kickstart your efficient, green journey with your doors! Continue reading

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  • Christmas Door Decoration Ideas

    If you’re the type to put together some last minute Christmas decorations, we might just be able to help! Whether you’re wanting to make a good, very festive impression with neighbours or people who pass by, there are various things you can do to the exterior of a home in order to spread the Christmas joy. Continue reading

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  • The Difference Between Pre-Finished & Unfinished Doors?

    When it comes to looking for new internal and external doors to be installed in our homes, we require full specifications, door styles, materials, types of finishes and pretty much any other information that could help us before making an informed decision. Continue reading

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  • How to Repair a Rotten Door Frame

    Most exterior door frames are made of wood, and this means that they are vulnerable to damage from the elements. You can prolong the life of your door frames by treating them with a weather proof paint or varnish periodically, but even frames that are well cared for will eventually start to rot or decay. Read on to find out how to repair a rotten door frame in your home.

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  • Veneer Snobs Take Note. Introducing Paulownia.

    Solid wood doors are considered to be the top of the tree, pun intended, when it comes to choosing the best build for hard wearing, stylish doors. However, discounting veneered doors is to discount any consideration for what materials the door may be constructed of behind the veneer.

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  • How To Hang A Door

    Hanging a door is quite straight forward, but getting it wrong will cause a lot of problems when using the door forever after. Large gaps between the door and frame will allow drafts when shut but a fit that’s too tight will prevent it shutting at all or will cause it to stick when closed. And if it isn’t lined up properly the door will not latch or lock properly so it’s a job worth getting right first time.

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  • How Engineered Doors Are Constructed

    The construction technique for engineered doors is no small thing, they are produced on a mass scale using large precision engineering machines. Due to the recent advances in technological process and machinery, production of engineered doors has become easier and quicker for many manufacturers.

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  • Modern Front Doors

    Modern Front doors are a popular choice for many homeowners. These contemporary doors come in various styles and choosing the right one for your property can be confusing at times, with so much variety.

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  • Top Things to Consider When Buying a New Front Door

    Buying a new front door for your home is not a frequent purchase, so before you replace the old door, choosing the new one should be done thoughtfully.

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  • What's The Main Difference Between Solid Oak & Engineered Oak (Veneered Oak)?

    This is not a new question - or a new innovation - in fact, the ancient Egyptians take the credit for the first evidence of veneered construction techniques. The manufacturing techniques for engineered oak have developed

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