Our art-deco style, thermally broken aluminium door systems are ideal for period properties or for adding character to new-build and contemporary homes. The neo-industrial appearance is one of the latest trends in the glazing industry.
The neo-industrial appearance owes a lot to tradition, with the original style dating back to the 1880s before becoming hugely popular during the art deco era of the late 1920s and early 1930s.
Our heritage doors provide an aluminium alternative to traditional narrow-framed steel doors. Their elegance and style are ideal for any period home.
Unlike traditional steel windows and doors where the profile is a single piece of metal and therefore allows for cold bridging between the exterior and interior surfaces of the door, the frames of our Heritage Doors are manufactured from thermally broken aluminium with a polyamide thermal break between the inside and outside of the frame. As a result the system is able to provide vastly superior thermal performance, with low U-values from just 1.5W/m²K, exceeding the requirements of Building Regulations Document L.
Our Heritage Doors are independently tested to Class 4 (600Pa) air permeability and Class 9a (600Pa) water tightness to ensure superior protection from wind and rain compared to traditional manufacturing methods.
Predominantly utilised as French doors with a set of sidelights, the system can be designed and configured to meet your exact requirements. They can be installed as a single door or double doors, used internally or externally and can even be utilised as an internal room divider.
The design of our Heritage Doors is all about the aesthetic appeal and the narrow 59mm frames give the doors slim sight lines for the much sought-after look. Each panel can be up to 900mm wide and 2100mm high.
Choose from Anthracite Grey (RAL 7016) matt, Slate Grey (RAL 7015) matt or Graphite Black (RAL 9011) matt as standard or from more than 200 RAL classic or textured finish including Jet Black (RAL 9005) for the more traditional steel door appearance or DB703 textured for a really contemporary take on a classic.
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