A modern grey front door and side panel has recently been installed into a semi-detached property situated within a highly desirable location in Finchampstead, Wokingham.
The perfect blend of contemporary and traditional made this Apeer 70 modern grey front door the ideal choice against the existing Georgian windows.
We were approached by our Wokingham clients to provide a quotation for a new front door. They were unsure of the material, but the entrance door needed to be secure, energy-efficient, low maintenance and a good guarantee.
Our clients had waited a long time to give their home in Wokingham a new entrance door, so we’re keen to find the perfect solution.
Our Wokingham customer found our company website from an online Google search, and after downloading our front door brochures, they called our office us to discuss their requirements.
An appointment was made with our designer Rob Legge at our Bracknell showroom, to view the range of composite, uPVC, aluminium and wooden doors we have on display.
After considering several different styles from contemporary designs to modern front doors for their entrance, Rob talked through all the front door offerings from security features, energy efficiency and colour options to finishes for each range of external doors.
They were drawn to the Apeer composite entrance doors and just kept going back to one of the display composite front doors in pebble grey, so they knew it had to be that colour.
Impressed by our professional product knowledge, our Wokingham homeowners choose an Apeer 70 Dunrobin door from the traditional front door collection. Finished in a dual colour with white internally and RAL7032 pebble grey externally and is complemented by a high end polished chrome bar handle, and letter plate to add the finishing touch.
The glazed side panel is double glazed and made from toughened glass and coupled with aluminium bar for greater security, rigidity and stability.
Apeer front doors are also the most secure composite door available they feature ‘secured by design’ anti-bump, anti-drill, anti-pick and anti-snap kitemarked cylinder lock barrels and large steel hinge bolts.
Every Apeer 70 door comes with high strength from within, 70mm thick, with high-density polyurethane foam that has an expanded mesh inserted inside and sits alongside a full vertical steel bar for extra strength. Providing a stable, strong and insulating entrance door that far exceeds all Police-approved security standards. Double rebate system adds additional draught protection to keep you home warmer.
Stunning doors made to measure to your specification and are triple glazed as standard for added security and insulation, with a centre pane u-value of just 0.7 W/m²K and A-rated for energy efficiency. They provide exceptional levels of weather, acoustic and security performance.
They are designed with a bespoke lifelike wood grain to give an authentic ‘timber alternative’ look and come in a range of standard and premium colours, finishes and accessories.
Wide range of premium quality door furniture available, including door handles, letter plates, spy holes and latch pulls from traditional rustic to contemporary polished chrome.
Apeer composite doors are ideal for all styles of properties from contemporary to period properties including, Victorian, Edwardian and Georgian.
The combination of timeless style and modern high performance also makes them the ideal choice for new build projects.
The finished result is breath-taking; the modern grey front door with four glazed squares and full-length glazed side panel truly transforms the Wokingham property, adding character and charm.
The opal glazing provides privacy as well as filling the hallway with natural light. The Low-E reflective coating will help block ultraviolet rays, whilst the argon fill gap between the panes will provide thermal insulation.
If you are looking to replace the front door for your home, please do get in touch for a few no-obligation quote.
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