Door Styles
Choose from any of the door styles below we can discuss materials and their suitability to their intended use
Framed Ledged & Boarded (FLB) Door Style -

Vertically boarded incl. 'V' or 'Bead' grooves with head & stiles 'framing' the door. Optional braces on the reverse.

Ledged & Boarded (L&B) Door Style -

Vertically boarded incl. 'V' or 'Bead' grooves no head or stiles to the door. Optional braces on the reverse.

Pattern Ten Door Style -

Fully glazed door no glazing bars or rails, just head, stiles & bottom rail.

French Door (15,12,10 Pane etc.) Style -

Fully glazed door with glazing bars dividing into the desired pattern. O/all size dictates no. of Panes

Glazed & Panelled Door Style -

Rails & Muntins divide panels and glass, glazing bars divide glass into panes. Ply or Solid panels with applied moulds available.

Gunstock Door Style -

As per Glazed & Panelled doors but with stiles shaped to a Gunstock style.

Panelled Door Style -

Numerous options available with number of rails & styles of panels, ie Raised & Fielded, Flush Bead, or just Ply with applied moulds

Flush Door Styles -

Made from door blanks, sized & lipped with matching hardwood to suit 1/2 & 1hr design specifications.

Obviously these are standard door styles, as a specialist joinery manufacture we can create any style to any design, please contact us for further details.
Some Notes to Remember
1. A Pressure Impregnated Preservative Treatment can be provided with all doors to stabilize and prolong life.
2. We can also provide a 3 coat sprayed Primer to seal the doors. Leaving only the top finishing coats to be applied by others once installed.
3. Glazed doors in replacement as well as in new build situations may be subject to Building Control. Unless your building is within a Conservation Area or under Listed Building Control, then an application may need to be made. This service can also be provided.