Mr & Mrs Driscoll

Date: 6th May 2024
Categories: Timber, Doors, Entrance Door, Horndean

Located in the market town of Petersfield, Mr & Mrs Driscoll decided that they did not like their previous entrance door and instead wanted to create a bigger entrance to the property, which would also allow natural light to flood into their home via the gable window and sidelights.

Your front door is more than just an entryway; it’s the first impression your home makes on visitors and a key component of your property's curb appeal. Mrs Driscoll visited our Horndean showroom and instantly liked the timber Westonbirt entrance door that we have on show. 

Mr & Mrs Driscoll chose a beautiful traditional entrance door with sidelights and a gable window above, all of which are finished in Warwick Stone (RAL 7021). The entrance door features an envelope panel and bolection mouldings, the customers also opted for 27mm astragal bars on the sidelights to match in with the existing windows.

Using engineered timber keeps the beautiful and tactile qualities of traditional wood but avoids the innate expansion and contraction issues that can occur from using solid wood.  Engineered (multi-layered) timber is created by layering wood sections, with the grain of one section being layered in the opposing direction to the grain of its neighbour.  Cleverly layering in this manner ensures any movement caused by absorption of moisture is evened out.

This leads to stronger, longer lasting windows and doors.  Making sure they stay a perfect fit-just as the day they were installed.

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