The Doors & More internal door range includes all the standard types of interior door as well as a wide selection of fire doors. If you are a homeowner you should consider installing fire doors rather than just normal internal doors to certain areas of your home. Fire doors come in FD30 and FD60 standards which refer to the length of time they can withstand a fire. If you install an FD60 door to the room of a child or elderly relative you will be giving them up to an hour of protection which could make all the difference should disaster strike. It makes sense to install a fire door to the kitchen or to protect escape routes like staircases or hallways. With the use of modern materials fire doors come in a range of attractive designs which include glazing so your door can be safe and beautiful.
There are lots of different options for exterior doors. For simple front or back doors most of the door is usually wood or PVC (rather than glass) so the selection of material and colour, as well as design, will make a large difference to the appearance of your home. For that reason Doors & More stock a huge range of different exterior door styles from traditional to contemporary designs and everything in between.
The complete opposite design is a folding sliding door which is entirely composed of glass apart from a supporting frame. These doors are becoming increasingly popular because they can replace large sections of wall to let in huge amounts of light and make the most of your views. The mechanisms of bi-fold doors allow the entire door to be folded back against the wall to open out the room to the garden or terrace beyond. Doors & More supply a range of different designs suitable for any opening size.
The last category of external door is the Patio Door which is still an incredibly popular choice with homeowners due to the elegnace of the door designs. The Doors & More range includes some intricate glazing designs as well as more simple alternatives.