4 years ago
Fitting a new composite front door at your home is a big moment and its installation shouldn’t go unnoticed by returning visitors. You want them to pass comment on the replacement entranceway, and with any luck, in the most glowing terms. The composite door also needs to outshine your old door from the point of aesthetics.
For it to do both of those things, it needs to be beautifully accessorised with some eye-catching hardware and gorgeous glazing.
Essex Door Composite Shop appreciates the importance of quality door hardware and glazing. It’s why we have a hardware range made up of a wide mix of handles, and a series of decorative glasses.
You should view a door handle as far more than just something that enables you to get in and out of the house. It will have an influence on the entire personality of the door, at least it will when it’s bought from us.
Our most prominent door handle would have to be our long bar option. This lengthy handle has a stainless steel patina and will give a door an up-to-the-minute look. To compliment it, you could add an Ingot knocker and stainless steel letterplate.
If that’s a little too “in your face”, you could just opt for a classic central door knob, or how about a completely handleless door to let your lock, knocker and letterplate take centre stage instead?
A fully solid composite door is another way of allowing your hardware to hog the limelight, but it’s hard to resist including some pretty pieces of glazing to make it dazzle.
We have glasses with different patterns, colours and effects. Your chosen glass can also be double or triple glazed, depending on how energy efficient you would like the door to be.
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