This stunning black Georgian front door has recently been installed into a beautiful Charles Church detached Mock Tudor house situated in a much-desired location in a popular leafy residential road in Bracknell.
Thames Valley Windows had previously designed and installed double glazed windows into the Bracknell homeowners last two homes. Being a family run independent company, we strive to deliver a personal service to all our customers, so we were delighted that the Bracknell homeowners returned to us for a free no-obligation quote for either a uPVC or wooden front door. Our customer advised:
We have used TV Windows before, and we were very pleased with the product and service.
Having previously designed architectural glazing solutions for his customers, our designer Ray contacted them to provide a quote for a bespoke door. He also arranged for them to visit our Bracknell showroom to view the range of front doors we showcase.
The Bracknell homeowners choose the six-panel Georgian style ‘Beatrice’ timber door with glazing finished in black RAL9005 on both the inside and outside.
This classic Georgian front door was constructed from high quality engineered European Redwood and featured four raised and fielded panels and the top two double glass panels contain Satinato glazing.
For the door furniture, they selected a black escutcheon plate finger pull for their slam shut door with a matching letter plate. All the timber door come with high- security German locking mechanisms as standard these locks are made by a company called Winkhaus.
Our range of period timber front doors are elegant and designed with authentic features and offer modern optimum energy efficiency and insulation performance.
They are robust with a door thickness of 60mm, hardwood in the sills, lower jambs, and high-density polyurethane foam to achieve outstanding thermal efficiency levels and exceptional weather and security performance.
Factory finish with microporous paint, with any colour from Teknos, Farrow and Ball or Dulux Heritage range.
The end result is stunning; the black Georgian front door is beautifully finished with authentic features of the Georgian era. The black wooden door preserves the Mock Tudor house’s character and complements the iconic black beams and black frames of the leaded windows. And adds warmth and a quintessentially English feel to the Bracknell property.
Our Bracknell homeowners are delighted with their new Black Georgian front door and advised:
TV Windows help and support in choosing and designing our new front door was excellent. Their experienced design consultant recommended the best product to maximise the smaller aperture on the installation. His experience supporting decisions on the colour, design and fittings were invaluable to ensure it matched perfectly with the house and the windows you designed 12 years ago.
We are extremely pleased with the new front door; it is exactly what we wanted. TV Windows design, products and installation team were great, and we would definitely recommend them.
As architectural glazing specialists in period properties, listed building and homes in a conservation area. All of our period timber door designs are carefully researched to each era to ensure all the features will look authentic and remain sympathetic to the property.
Whether you want an Edwardian or Victorian front door, a timber double door or even a wooden panel door with a painted finish and polished chrome furniture, we can offer a bespoke design and installation service from start to finish.
Would you prefer a Georgian front door without glazing? View our non-glazed six-panel Georgian front door we installed in Winkfield, Berkshire.
Are you interested in upgrading your front door and installing one of our bespoke timber front doors? Please call us on 0800 161 698 or contact us online.
You may also be interested in reading the following blog; ‘What is the Difference Between Engineered Timber and Solid Timber?‘
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