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External Doors


The Front Door is an important component in setting the architectural style of a house, it is the door over which the most attention is lavished.  The entranceway provides a statement about what will be found within, it should combine function, maintaining security and keeping out the elements, with style and beauty. External doors usually have bolder moulding and often have heavy moulded.  External doors are usually made of pine, but oak and other hardwoods are not uncommon. We always have a good selection of reclaimed front and back doors, ranging from rare medieval studded oak doors, lovely Victorian doors with elaborate stained glass, utilitarian old plank doors from rural farmhouses and massive double doors from mansions and public buildings.

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