Exterior Door Range
From sleek and stylish patio doors to high-security front doors, turn your house into a home and make a statement with our range of exterior doors.
At Adorn Windows, we pride ourselves on quality products that are bespoke to you, so all of our doors are manufactured locally at our South West factory. This means fully customisable doors in whatever style, size, colour, or material you want. Our doors also come with a 10-year guarantee, so you can bank on both elegance and excellence.
Our products are approved by the Secured by Design initiative led by the national police service, which encourages security through quality doors and windows. You can rest assured knowing that your doors are built to keep you protected.
How do we do this? Not only are our doors equipped with multi-point locking systems, our composite doors combine materials that are fused together under high pressure, resulting in one of the strongest materials available for your door.
This doesn’t mean we sacrifice on style, however, and all of our doors are available in a wide variety of colours and finishes to complement your home.
Not sure what kind of door you want? Check out our range of french doors, bifold doors, sliding patio doors, and stable doors when you come by our showroom, where a member of our friendly staff can give you a comprehensive tour. We can help make sure you choose the best door for your home. Get in touch to arrange a showroom visit, a home visit, or simply discuss your options.
What is the most secure type of front door?
When it comes to choosing a door, security is one of the top priorities in your decision making. The most commonly chosen materials selected for their security properties are timber and composite doors. But that’s not the only element you should be considering, as a door material is nothing without a proper locking system! A Yale or mortice lock can only provide so much security, so a multi-point locking system is what you should be looking for. When combined with a strong material, this combination provides a sturdy, durable door that is hard to break into.
How do I protect my doors from burglars?
Your home protection begins with a secure front door made using durable materials and a proper locking system, but that’s not where it ends. As well as choosing a door that can protect your home, make sure there are no valuable items that can be seen through a window. For an extra layer of protection, installing security cameras around your front door is a huge deterrent for burglars, even if they are not functional. All of our doors adhere to the police-led Secured by Design initiative that works to reduce crime by improving security functions within buildings.
Is a new front door a good investment?
A new front door is almost always a good investment, increasing the energy efficiency of your home and protecting against cold and wet weather, as well as adding an element of your personal style to your exterior. Not only this, a quality front door adds value to your home when it comes to selling as it increases kerb appeal and provides added security. A new door will be one more thing that the new owners won’t have to replace when they move in, so they’ll certainly thank you for it.
Are front doors thermally efficient?
The most thermally efficient front door is a composite door, which has a legal requirement to meet a certain U-rating as of October 2010. A U-rating measures the rate of heat loss of a material, and the lower the number, the lower the heat loss. Under the new legislation by the British government, all new composite doors should have a U-rating of no higher than 1.8W/m2k. When investing in a new front door, you should also consider the energy scale, aiming for as close to A+ as possible — the most efficient. These factors not only increase heat retention, but also reduce noise pollution.
What is the best type of patio door?
It may be a little overwhelming when it comes to choosing a new patio door, as there are many options! Before you start, consider how often you use your doors; are they a main entrance, or an aesthetic addition? French doors are popular choices for a door that is opened and closed often, providing quick and easy access to the outside. On the other hand, bifold doors are chosen more for their aesthetic appeal, opening up completely for an unobstructed view to a garden, for example. For homes with less space for an opening door, sliding doors are sleek and minimal.
Do I need a fire door?
Fire regulations are an important consideration when installing new doors, and you should make sure you comply with the latest ones. If you own a home that has more than two storeys, each habitable room (e.g. bedroom or living room) off the stairwell should be fitted with a fire door. If you’re not sure about the details, get in touch today to ensure your new installations comply with fire regulations.
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