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Period Doors

Let light flood in, but keep the cold out. Our period house doors are available as heritage French doors or single timber doors.
Let light flood in, but keep the cold out. Our period house doors are available as heritage French doors or single timber doors.

These are often the optimum replacement door choice for listed buildings or heritage conservation projects, and they beautifully complement high-spec designs.

All TRC doors fulfil current acoustic and thermal containment demands. Not only are they an aesthetically pleasing addition to your home, they also bring additional practical and cost-saving benefits.

So whether you’re looking to source doors for a restoration, a new construction, or to simply replicate and replace existing doors, we’ll match you with the best.

Specifications

Product guidance - as standard
Frame
60 x 90 mm – Standard
Sash
100 x 68 mm - Standard
Mullion/transom
12-19%
Glazing beads
External Traditional putty glazed
Product specification
Material
Frame+Sashes Engineered redwood, Bottom Cill in Solid Hardwood - Standard. Engineered hardwood, Accoya, European oak.
Perimeter spacer bars
White perimeter spacer - Standard. Black spacer optional.
Finish
Three coat spray applied factory finish using water based micro-porous paint/ stain.
Colour
White - RAL 9016 - Standard. Any RAL - from RAL classic range. Stain - from TRC stain range.
Glazing
Double slimlight glazed, 4/6/4 Low-E top sash – 4toughened/6/4 toughened bottom sash – Standard. Single Glazing of 4 mm or 6mm thick toughened - Optional.
Solid bars
Ovolo 24 x 68 mm.

Our French doors and
period single timber doors

French doors originated in the 17th century during the Renaissance period and were initially intended to allow as much sunlight as possible into poorly lit properties. They were often placed in rooms that led out onto small Juliette-type balconies, and incorporated full-length windows.

Modern French doors (or balcony doors) provide the same benefits. They flood light into rooms and allow for the seamless connection of indoor and outdoor space.

We offer timber French doors in hardwood and softwood options, with single- or double-leaf-style doors, either inward or outward opening. Original design touches include traditional putty for the optional glazing panels.

A period timber door is classic and elegant. Our bespoke styles and designs have high-quality finishes, and the materials we use ensure a final look that complements the aesthetics and history of your property. They can be designed to suit classic, period and traditional styles, often combining panels and mouldings associated with the Victorian, Edwardian and Georgian eras.

Yet, historic doesn’t mean low-tech. Our full range of period doors include the very latest in door technology, allowing us to offer greater home security, better insulation and enhanced energy efficiency.

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