PRESS RELEASE – AUGUST 2020 – Front Door Design
Offering a vast range of contemporary and traditional window and front door solutions to suit all home improvement projects, budgets, tastes and property styles, Thames Valley Window Company prides itself on delivering excellence from start to finish, combined with the highest standard of customer service.
Crucial for enhancing curb appeal, and often value to a home, an entrance door from Thames Valley Window Company is guaranteed to add sophistication and personality to a property’s exterior.
Choose from cost-efficient Composite and uPVC front doors to durable, high-quality Aluminium or Timber options that offer enhanced thermal qualities and superior robustness, with each entry door style able to benefit from high-end security features.
Whether seeking a traditional or contemporary front door with glass panel, each option can be fully customised to suit the exact tastes of the individual and style of home, with a huge array of RAL colours, glass inserts and handles to choose from.
For a traditional farmhouse style choose a Timber front door, available bespoke with cutting-edge energy efficiency and security features provide an authentic and beautiful addition to the front entrance. Or choose a Composite door for a low-cost alternative to timber; made from high-quality materials, including polyurethane foam, which provides enhanced insulation, with glass-reinforced plastic for additional toughness.
For a more contemporary exterior door option choose from Timber or Composite in a minimalist style, or opt for an Aluminium double front doors for a striking front entry designed to grab attention. All made to the highest specification with enhanced durability, including robust multi-locking systems and some of the best security features on the market, including toughed and laminated plan or frosted glass options, each door available from Thames Valley Window Company is designed to the exact door size and is manufactured to be secure, practical, thermally efficient and long-lasting.
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