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New wooden doors can compliment the aesthetics of a property in ways that uPVC doors simply can't. They offer a wider range of styles and shapes and can be made to match existing doors and windows perfectly. New wooden doors are also very secure and can provide increased protection against forced entry.

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There's nothing quite as aesthetically pleasing as wooden doors on homes and businesses. Their timeless appeal is something that never goes out of style, so installing a new wooden door will definitely be a worthwhile investment. Best of all, these doors can be painted or stained any colour you like, and their look can easily be changed whenever you grow tired of the old one.

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Wooden doors don't have to be extremely heavy or bulky to operate. Although they are very solid, today's wooden doors have a more streamlined appearance than ever to make them very easy to open and close. Some are even made from reclaimed wood, making them an environmentally friendly choice to consider. These doors are typically thick enough to deter break-ins, and can be outfitted with high quality locks that will help keep your family safe and secure once they are in place.

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Average wooden door costs vary based upon the species of wood used to make the door, its size, and type of special features. Oak doors are attractive and sturdy, but can cost more than ones made from maple, pine or cherry. Doors with raised panels and ornate trim tend to cost more than ones that have a very basic appearance. Standard-sized doors can easily be purchased at affordable prices, but unusual-sized openings may require a door to be custom made to fit it, which would increase the overall cost accordingly.

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Wooden Door FAQs

Q. How do I ensure my wooden door is safe?
A. If youíre concerned about security, when choosing a wooden door try to opt for one with solid wood. This will likely drive up the price compared to a cheap semi hollow door, but itís hard to put a price on safety. When installing the door, you can also make sure it swings outward rather than inward. Additionally, install a deadbolt as these are particularly tough against intruders. Lastly, make sure to reinforce your entryway with a cylinder guard, and ensure your hinges arenít exposed.

Q. Should I be concerned about a wooden door swelling when exposed to extreme heat or cold?
A. Some minor swelling is to be expected; however, it should not be enough to affect the way your door operates. If you do notice your door sticking, simply spray some lubricant on your hinges and tighten them if needed.

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19 Sep Repairs: We would like to keep the original bespoke wooden windows on our newly purchased house. Currently they are seized and a couple have broken seals on the glass panes. Please provide best quotes for the work.

19 Sep Doors: New UPVC front door wanted to replace our current wooden one. Would also like some information regarding prices and the possibility of including a cat-flap into one of the panels. Standard white finish needed.

19 Sep Doors: Front and back doors wanted for our bungalow. Already have uPVC windows fitted in a rosewood effect and would like matching doors. Security essential so would like quotes for a set of secure uPVC doors.

19 Sep Windows: Four replacement windows wanted for a small 2 up 2 down house. All windows are a different size, one needs to be opaque for a bathroom. One is also above a conservatory so that might need to be considered.