Traditional Flush French Doors
Over the past year, we have developed a door system that perfectly complements our Timberlook flush casement windows. We were careful to match the look and feel of our traditional uPVC window system, and have made it available with the same colour palette. These open-out doors are fitted with a discreet hinge and the heritage aesthetic is finished with handles and furniture to mirror those in the standard and premium regency ranges.
Timberlook Flush Sash Doors are made for older and new properties alike. They bring period style and character to contemporary and new build homes – especially useful for developments in conservation areas. They are used to replace old wooden french doors that cost too much in time and maintenance.
The minimal and understated flush exterior gives way to more curved, sculptured ovolo detail inside. Just like our windows, they are hand-built from modern, thermally-efficient materials, but with details that add authentic charm and style.
Timberlook flush sash doors are can help you sympathetically renovate and restore buildings with period charm and character. They can also add traditional style to contemporary and new-build homes.
Your mind’s eye accepts the balance and proportion found in original 19th century windows and doors. We are simply re-designing the wooden door for the 21st century. Thermally efficient and secure, they are the ideal solution for renovators, self builders, property developers or housing developers.
As a perfect match for our heritage flush sash windows, and alongside a comprehensive catalogue of uPVC and Aluminium glazing, we can offer a complete package for all sorts of projects.
A new flush door system
The manufacture of the Flush Door differs slightly from that of the window, as we have to use a discreet diagonal weld that provides the extra strength required by larger glass unit sizes.
Every effort has been made to ensure that this does not detract from the overall style, making Timberlook the ideal option for your whole project.
All doors must open out, but can be fitted with astragal bars, while taller apertures may have a fanlight.
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