Would you buy uPVC doors? If you’re put off by stories you’ve heard before then we’d like to put forward a few of the benefits of internal uPVC doors
Why should you invest in sliding wardrobe doors? I mean, what’s so special about them? Apart from their sleek, minimalist and stylish look, they offer you the option of a clutter free environment. Here we spell out the distinct advantages to having sliding wardrobe doors for bedrooms, so that way you can make an educated decision about whether or not to have them.
We believe that here at The Replacement Door Company we have a really fantastic and versatile range of quality external and internal doors. We try to make sure we have a wide a range as possible, so all our customers have a wider choice. This means they can match the design and style of their homes, both inside and outside perfectly.
We all know that first impressions count and that the first thing visitors see when they come to visit is the front of your house, unless of course they come around the back! You naturally want your home to look as good from the outside as it does on the inside, you’ll paint the front, the windowsills and make sure there is suitable window coverage throughout, but what about the doors?
If you’ve decided on wooden doors then you may be lost between two types of wood, more specifically oak or pine. Oak or pine are extremely popular with internal doors so we can understand your dilemma. Today we’ll talk you through the advantages of both, so you can make an educated decision on what’s right for you.
Why would you want to invest in internal hardwood doors? The answer is simple, it’s a matter of choice and although they’re little more expensive, they are long lasting giving you years of pleasure. We’re going to talk about the benefits of hardwood doors today and there are many, but our focus will be on internal hardwood doors, so we hope you enjoy it!
Thinking about replacing your kitchen cabinet doors? Well, you’ve come to the right place today because we’re going to be talking about kitchen cabinet trends for 2019. We’re halfway through the year, but there’s still time to take note of the styles and colours that are currently holding sway in kitchen interiors right now.
What are the top five front door colour trends for this year? If you’ve never really given your front door much thought up until now perhaps it’s time you did. You must have heard of the saying ‘first impressions count,’ well they do, because it’s the first thing people see when they come to your house.
Here’s the thing, you want your home to exude charm and style, but the little things get in the way. Not all the time, but every now and again you’ll find you get stuck when it comes to something like the interior doors and matching them to the flooring. We’re going to discuss this now, and hopefully we’ll help you get over that hurdle if you’re planning on changing the doors or flooring, or both.
If you have a door that keep sticking, then as well as being extremely annoying, you’ll be wanting to get it fixed. As well as the noise, it’s also inconvenient, because you want it to open and shut normally, not stick constantly. The question is what can you do about it?
Yes, we’re looking at popular front door styles today and giving you all the information on what styles there are for you to choose from. After all, first impressions count and you need to know that what your visitors see first when they turn the corner into your lane is pretty good, not an eyesore! We’ll be looking at a range of doors, listing their unique benefits allowing you the knowledge to make an informed decision on what type of door you’re interested in purchasing.
Today we’re going to be talking to you about walnut doors and their benefits, both from an aesthetic point of view and one of functionality. We are biased when it comes to walnut doors because we have such an impressive range here at The Replacement Door Company, and because we’ve seen how amazing they look once they’ve been installed, and that’s inside and outside.
Today, we’re talking about doors, more importantly bespoke doors. Why would you want to invest in one? Well, we believe they’re well worth the investment and we’re going to be talking about that today. If you have plans for your home and you’d like to do something special with it, and that’s externally as well as internally, then why not invest in a bespoke front door?
Oak doors are always on trend, they’re just cut a different way, shaped to match the interior zeitgeist of the moment. It’s one of the most versatile, flexible, reliable materials there is, as well as being sustainable and good for the environment. It’s no small wonder then that so many choose oak as their internal oak door of choice. It’s a simple decision based on the facts – it’s one of the most versatile materials out there.
If you sense something is wrong with your door or doors, then it may be time to replace them. However, to err on the side of caution and avoid unnecessary replacement, there is a series of tests you can carry out to see if yours really need replacing or if they just need some routine repairs. We go through some of the little signs you can check out for today.
If you’re considering giving your shop a redesign, then we hope you’ll be taking a look at our fantastic range of doors and coming to the shop floor to see them for yourself. We believe in the power of the high street and that retail still has a chance to shine. But in order to compete with online shopping your shop has to really stand out – for all the right reasons. You need to make it attractive enough to tempt people in, but not garish enough to drive people away. So, what are the first few important details to remember when designing your shop front?
We’re talking about the mistakes which are made regularly when fitting internal doors, and we’re also going to be showing you how you can avoid them. Fitting a new door can be a frustrating exercise and if you’ve never done it before it can be littered with potential problems. Today however, we’re hoping to iron out most of them for you, so you can have a seamless fitting.
It would appear that the most popular colours are bright when it comes to front doors, and that’s great, but remember, any bright colour is going to have an overall impact on the rest of your home. Just make sure then that the colour you choose has been thought through and that it goes well with the general design, shape and look of your home.
Today we’re talking about the importance of using sustainable timber for your wooden doors – why? Because we believe it’s important we all play a role in contributing towards protecting the environment. We all know that trees play an integral role in capturing Co2, and this is important because it’s Co2 that’s causing all the problems with an increase in the atmosphere. Co2 emissions are one of the biggest causes of global warming.
If you’re installing doors yourself you may find the right hand and left-hand doors thing a little too hard to work out, but it doesn’t have to be that way. We’re always here to help, and in this post, we’re going to talking about the right way to get it right first time.
You need doors but perhaps you’ve only been thinking of timber external doors. There are alternatives to wood and composite is a more than excellent one. If you’re yet to be convinced, then today our post might make you feel differently about this versatile material. We’re going to be talking about the benefits of composite doors so read on and hopefully you’ll be convinced by the time you’ve finished reading.
Today we’re talking about oak doors, and with good reason, for they are the perfect door for your home. Classy, with a touch of traditional, oak can transform your home from average to superior. Read on to find out how oak doors can make all the difference to your home and add a touch of class to any room.
You’ve heard that first impressions count a million times before, but are you aware that it applies to things as well as people? Let’s say for instance you decide to sell your house; the potential buyers arrive and what do they see? A battered door, and a rather dilapidated entrance to the house is what welcomes them, and while the inside may be an oasis of calm with tasteful décor and beautifully painted walls, the impression left with buyers is the first thing they see as they approached. And it sure wasn’t pretty. So, if your front door is looking a little like it’s seen better days, what can you do?