Exterior Door Range
From high security front doors to stunning statement bifold patio doors, our extensive collection will help to enhance your home’s aesthetic
We custom-build our doors to your specific requirements, according to your preferred size, colour and material. Customer satisfaction is a top priority here at Britannia, as we want to ensure you are completely happy with your new door and that it complements your home. We only sell products made from high quality materials and have them installed in your property by our expert engineers.
Your safety is extremely important to us and all our products comply with the UK Police-led Secured By Design initiative, which aims to reduce the number of burglaries through innovative door and window design.
If you’re looking for the highest level of security for your front door, our composite doors fuse a variety of materials together under high pressure to create one of the most robust doors on the market. All of our doors are manufactured with inbuilt multi-locking systems so that you can relax and unwind in your home knowing your loved ones are kept safe and secure all year round. With an impressive range of finishes to choose from, there is a style and design to suit everyone’s style and preference.
If you’re looking for a new entrance into your garden and to seamlessly transition from your inside space into your natural surroundings, then choose from our sliding patio doors, French doors, stable doors or bifold doors. We want you to pick a door that you’ll love and is best suited to your home and your lifestyle. If you have an idea in mind or want to find out more, get in touch with an advisor today to get a free, no obligation quote or visit your local showroom to see our doors in action.
If you’re looking for some inspiration, feel free to download our brochure or browse our collection on our website.
What is the most secure type of front door?
There are a number of different factors to consider when choosing a highly secure front door. Most important are the material used and the type of locking system it has. Timber and composite doors are most commonly used if security is a top priority. Even though the materials are incredibly strong, this won’t matter if the locking system is inadequate. Ideally, opt for a multi-locking system as they are extremely difficult to break into by an unwanted intruder, as opposed to a standard Yale or mortice lock.
How do I protect my doors from burglars?
Protecting your front door from unwanted intruders requires choosing a strong material and a multi-locking system. But there are other preventive measures you can take, like ensuring no electrical goods are on show when you leave the property, or removing flashy items from outside, leaving the lights on timers if you’re away on holiday and lastly, installing cameras outside your front door. Even a decoy camera might be enough to put a potential burglar off.
At Britannia, all our doors are manufactured to the highest quality and meet the standards of the Police-led initiative Secured By Design, that aims to reduce the number of burglaries in the UK.
Is a new front door a good investment?
Installing a new front door can add value to your home in a number of different ways. If you are wanting to stamp your personality on your forever home, then updating your front door is a great way to increase the kerb appeal. It can also increase your security and better protect your home from the elements. This will mean you will save on your energy bills but also feel more comfortable in your home knowing your family is kept safe and secure all year round.
Your front door is one of the first features noticed by visitors, and estate agents are aware of how a new, high quality front door can add value to your home.
Are front doors thermally efficient?
Our composite doors are normally the most energy-efficient front door, helping you to save money on your household bills. In October 2010, the British government brought in a new legislation that requires replacement composite doors to have a U-rating (heat loss rating) of no more than 1.8W/m2k. If you’re looking at the door’s U-value, you want the number to be as low as possible. Other energy scales used for front doors are from A+ to G, and you want to get as close to A+ as you can.
Installing in a new, high-quality front door is a good home investment to make, as you can reduce your energy bills and noise pollution simultaneously.
What is the best type of patio door?
If you’re looking to create an entrance into your outside space, then there are a number of designs to choose from. When considering what option would suit you and your lifestyle, it’s important to consider how much you will use the doors. If your patio doors will serve as one of the main entrances to your home, you should opt for a design that is easy to operate like a French door. Sliding doors are a good choice if you are working with a smaller space, as their mechanism means you don’t have to worry about any obstructions or a door frame taking up room in your home.
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