UPVC and Composite Stable Doors
We manufacture and install both UPVC and Composite Stable Doors. Both provide independant operation of the two halves
and are both fitted with high security locking systems. The top half is operated by the handle, and incorporates
a hook, a roller, latch and deadbolt, whilst the bottom half contains a hook and deadbolt that is operated by using a key in the
bottom lock. Together these provide a high security door that combines traditional appearances with the modern benefits
a UPVC or Composite Door can bring.
All our stable doors can switch between two modes of operation, one where the two halves
operate independant from one another, and the other
where the two halves are locked together and open and close as one door. This provides tremendous versatility as the bottom can be locked shut
to keep children and pets secure whilst the upper half can be left open to provide ventilation.
In addition to the above, the doors can be configured to open inwards or open outwards.
Composite Stable Doors
Composite stable doors are a variation on our composite doors. They are available in
10 standard colours, with additional custom colours available on request.
Composite stable doors provide outstanding strength and security whilst
maintaining the traditional look of a timber door.
For an instance quote on a composite stable door, or to see the full range of composite doors available, check out our
online composite door quoter.
UPVC Stable Doors
UPVC doors are available in White, Oak, Rosewood, Oak on White or Rosewood on White.
Numerous combinations exist with the option of having either the bottom or top glazed with either a panel