A timber front door emanates strength and resilience. They have a presence which radiates grace, refinement and give a naturally warm feeling, yet will secure and support your home. With an array of designs, styles and materials, your timber door will be a uniquely bespoke product, created and crafted by the finest of specialists.
Custom built for you, a timber front door can be manufactured to suit your exact requirements and desires, suiting any property type and its character using hardwood and Arris joints – to ensure a fuller finish.
Configure your timber front door
Timber has the advantage of being able to be manipulated in such a way that other materials cannot. For this reason, Cherwell individually create each door to specifically suit the size, shape and configuration, as well the essence of your home. Working with products which offer such flexibility allow our timber front doors to support walls of different types and glass of varying thickness, adding the finishing touches to your door.
Efficiency and security are key elements upon selecting the features of your door. With a multi-point locking system granted, combined with the latest technologies of energy saving glass, the practical advantages of timber doors speak for themselves.
Undeniably, the finish of your front door can be accompanied with fixtures and qualities to complete your home. You are able to personalise your timber door with a variety of colours, textures, wrought iron features, single or double side panels and finishes, including matte, gloss, satin or a natural looking finish.
We recommend you visit one of our showrooms to experience the product for yourself and speak with one of our experts who’ll be able to help you decide which window and door is right for you. Our showrooms are located in;
- Banbury, near to Oxford, Kidlington, Brackley and Bicester.
- Henley on Thames, near to Marlow, Wallingford, Reading and Watlington
- Beaconsfield, near to High Wycombe, Gerrards Cross and Amersham
Each material, both Timber and Timber Alternative (or looks like wood/timber), can bring benefits to your house in their own right so it’s impossible to say which one is better. From the beautiful warmth of timber to the low maintenance of timber alternative, we have created a guide to the each product.