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Door Companies in the UK

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  • Kloeber UK Ltd are manufacturers and suppliers of high performance bespoke timber and aluminium solutions such as doors, windows, entrances and gable...

  • Guardian Industrial Doors design, manufacture & install industrial doors, fire shutters, energy efficient sectional doors and ancillary equipment. Our...

  • Mongers Architectural Salvage offer a wide and varied stock of architectural salvage, consisting mainly of reclaimed goods or items manufactured from...

  • Marvin Architectural supply and install wood, aluminium/composite wood and fibreglass/wood windows and doors. We offer a wide range of windows including...

  • Doors of Distinction supply predominantly timber doors but U.P.V.C. composite and aluminium options are always considered when the customer or location are...

  • Directdoors.com is a supplier & manufacturer of interior & exterior doors, fire doors, door frames and door accessories to trade, joinery & DIY customers...

  • We are a premier manufacturer & installer of traditional timber windows and doors in London and the SE, offering a supply only service for the rest of the...

  • Offer a full range of standard designs, styles and sizes, as well as a totally bespoke service, which includes special sizes, designs and bonded bar...

  • Westbury Windows and Joinery Ltd have been supplying bespoke joinery to homeowners and specifiers for over 25 years. Each bespoke item, from a classic...

  • LPD Doors is a UK market leading importer and distributer of internal and external doors including a wide range of solid and veneered hardwood doors in a...

  • Modern Doors Ltd produce and supply an extensive range of internal and external classic and contemporary wooden doors and frames. Customers can choose from...

  • Urban Front are designers & manufacturers of natural hardwood contemporary doors, steel reinforced security doors, pivot doors, garage doors & insulated...

  • Todd Doors Ltd offers a comprehensive range of high quality doors and complementary door linings, architrave and skirtings along with a wide...

  • Door Stores Online supply a wide range of interior and exterior doors, fire doors, frames, door furniture and hinges. Our external doors, including oak and...

  • Round Wood of Mayfield are joiners and specialists in manufacturing bespoke oak frame buildings including ready to assemble traditional oak framed garage...

  • The Ahmarra Group offers bespoke and general joinery manufacture, together with multi-skilled installation services, catering specifically to the UK...

  • Experienced in the specification, design and manufacture of steel lintels and galvanizing, and offering a wide range of residential doors combining great...

  • Online Bathroom Warehouse where you can buy the latest top brand Bathroom Products such as shower enclosure, bath, toilets, bidets and bathroom accessories at...

Types and Uses

We all go through doors dozens of times a day without giving them a second thought. It is generally only if PortholeBigger.jpg something goes wrong, like a door sticking, that we pay attention to such a useful component of public and private buildings.

An open door allows in light and fresh air as well as people. When closed, doors define areas, help to keep rooms warm or cool, cut down noise and can be locked to keep out unwanted visitors. They have an important role to play in preventing the spread of fire and special fire doors are available that meet legal requirements for resistance to a blaze.

Door choices are vast. Categories include external or interior; single or double; solid or glazed; hinged, sliding or bi-fold. They can be made of timber, aluminium, PVCu or composite. Each material has its advantages and drawbacks.

Safety needs to be taken into consideration. Solid timber doors are often preferred for aesthetic reasons but a visibility panel is essential where there is a chance of employees or visitors to a building trying to approach a door from both sides at once.

Where to buy doors

  • Kloeber UK Limited - St Margaret's Way, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 6EU, 01487 740044
  • Guardian Industrial Doors - 45 Progress Rd, Leigh on Sea, Essex, SS9 5PR, 0800 783 6602
  • Mongers Architectural Salvage - 15 Market Place, Hingham, Norfolk, NR9 4AF, 01953 851868
  • Marvin Architectural Ltd - Canal House, Catherine Wheel Rd, Brentford, Greater London, TW8 8BD, 0208 569 8222
  • Doors Of Distinction - Unit 2 Birchwood Business Park, Maidstone Road, Swanley, Kent, BR8 7QD, 01322 667525
  • Directdoors.com - Bay 5 Eastfield Industrial Estate, Penicuik, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH26 8HA, 01968 671 681
  • The Sash Window Workshop Ltd - 4 Kiln Lane, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1NA, 01344 868668
  • Benlowe Doors - Park Road, Ratby, Leicestershire, LE6 OJL, 0116 239 5353
  • Westbury Windows and Joinery Ltd - 46-52 Cutlers Road, Saltcoates, South Woodham Ferrers, Essex, CM3 5XJ, 01245 326 510
  • LPD Doors - Midland Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS10 2RJ, 0113 271 5151
  • Modern Doors Ltd - AJP Business Centre, 152-154 Coles Green Road, London, Greater London, NW2 7HD, 020 8438 6329
  • Urban Front - Unit 4, Chesham Business Park, 33 Townsend Road, Chesham, Buckinghamshire, HP5 2AA, 01494 778 787
  • Todd Doors Ltd - 112-116 Church Road, Northolt, Greater London, UB5 5AE, 0800 633 5050
  • Door Stores Online - Unit 5 Headlands Trading Estate, Headlands Grove, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN2 7JQ, 01793 610396
  • Round Wood of Mayfield - Newick Lane, Mayfield, East Sussex, TN20 6RG, 01435 867072
  • Ahmarra - Unit 20 Fitzherbert Road, Farlington, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO6 1SD, 023 92 389 076
  • Birtley Building Products Ltd - Mary Avenue, Birtley, County Durham, DH3 1JF, 0191 4106631
  • QS Supplies - 72 Forest Road, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE5 0DG, 0116 251 0051
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We are planning to build an energy efficient home using SIPs and high performance Alu/wood doors/windows. We need to install a catflap - is this best in the wall or in the back door (our preference).

Which type of door should we specify and which manufacturers supply with catflaps already installed (rather than having a glazier do it post delivery)?

Which is the most energy efficient catflap?

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