Location: Binfield, Bracknell, Berkshire
The owner of this property in Binfield near Bracknell in Berkshire wanted to replace the dated, rosewood front door for a new front door that not only looked more attractive but was more secure.
They chose an Apeer 70 front door in Pebble Grey (RAL 7032) inside and out, with chrome lever/lever handle and letter plate.
The glass is triple glazed, as standard for an Apeer 70 front door, which offers a low u-value of just 0.7 w/m²K. The door is 70mm thick (hence its name) and is double rebated to allow room for adjustment and heat expansion as well as adding extra draught protection. The Apeer 70 is the most secure composite front door on the market and features police-approved Secured by Design anti-bump, anti-drill, anti-pick and anti-snap cylinder lock barrels and large steel hinge bolts.
The original front door can be seen in the gallery above. The new door looks stunning!
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