We recently installed a Chartwell green door from the Apeer 70 composite front door collection into a detached house in Blackwater, a small village near Camberley. Our clients had heard positive things about Thames Valley Window company in the local area, so had decided to get in touch and visited our showroom in Bracknell.
Our clients had been looking to replace their front door, they had their current entrance door for many years, and it was starting to let in draughts. The time had come to install a new front door.
Our clients was an elderly couple, and their priority was warmth and security. A member of our design team spent time discussing the various range of front doors we have on display in our showroom. After narrowing down the choices, they were extremely interested in the Apeer Composite Door Range. They liked the durability of the composite door frame with woodgrain effect to give the look of natural timber but having the benefit of being virtually maintenance-free and the resilience of the locking mechanism fixed to the design.
They opted for a high performing and stylish composite front door from the Apeer 70 collection as they are the most secure composite front doors on the market. They are 70mm thick, triple glazed and have an A rating for energy efficiency. A double rebate offers extra protection against draughts. The composite door benefit from anti-bump, anti-drill, anti-pick and anti-snap kitemarked cylinder lock barrels that are fitted as standard. The large steel hinge bolts ensure maximum security at the weakest point.
Shortly after the order was placed with our manufacturer, an installation date was agreed with our clients. On the day that the front door was fitted the installation team arrived on time and were very respectful to limit any mess created, they put dust sheets out to protect the hallway furniture and carpet. The front door was installed within a day, and the team swept up inside and out after the job was complete leaving our clients home tidy and spotlessly clean.
The Apeer 70 composite door was finished in a tranquil Chartwell green on the inside and white on the inside and features two obscure glazed sections in a mayflower design in the upper half of the door which admit a wealth of natural light into the hallway in the property.
Chartwell Green is a beautiful subtle colour choice for a front door; it gives a touch of country charm to both modern and traditional homes.
Chartwell Green takes its name from the family residence of Sir Winston Churchill, Chartwell House a country home near the town of Westerham in Kent. Churchill and his wife Clementine were renowned for painting the garden furniture in this shade of colour. The vintage colour is more subtle than other greens in the colour palette and has a tranquil aesthetic to its appearance that signifies harmony. It is also similar in tone to the ‘ Dulux Colour of the Year 2020’ – Tranquil Dawn.
Our clients are delighted with the improved thermal performance and are now feeling safe and secure in there home.
We showcase many styles of the Apeer Front Door range in our showroom in Bracknell, and they can only truly be appreciated by getting up close and experiencing the quality and functionality in person. Contact us If you would like to arrange an appointment to come and view our massive range of front doors.
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June 2020 Guildford, Surrey