uPVC front doors are an integral part of your property's aesthetic and security. Your front door is the first thing you see when you get home in the evening and the last thing you see when you leave in the morning.
Henley Glass & Glazing supply and fit uPVC front doors for customers in and around Didcot, Henley-on-Thames, Maidenhead, Marlow, Wallingford and throughout Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.
uPVC Front Doors are maintenance free which means once fitted your new front door will require no external input to ensure its structural integrity is maintained. The materials used in the construction of the uPVC doors mean they won't fade or discolour, will not require painting and will not warp in damp conditions. The uPVC front doors that Henley Glass & Glazing supply and fit have a high resistance to weathering and won't react to seasonal changes like a singular material door would.
The uPVC front doors that Henley Glass & Glazing supply and fit use integrated reinforcing. This enhances robustness without the need for lead or steel reinforcement. Made from a variety of materials, including uPVC, wood, insulating foam and glass reinforced plastic mean your new front door will be very strong and secure.
All of our uPVC front doors are very versatile in their configuration and can be fitted fully glazed, half-glazed or full panel. They are available in a range of colours, so can be tailored to the style of your home and tastes.
A range of accessories is also available to customise your uPVC front door including letterboxes, knockers, cat or dog flaps, spy holes and a range of door handle styles and colours.
Please feel free to call our team now on 0800 222 96 96 to talk about your requirements and for your free no-obligation quote. Alternatively please fill in the form on the right and we will get back to you with more information.
We work in most areas around Reading and Oxford - just give us a call!
Mrs Judith Randall, Benson
Mrs. Shrimpton, Thame
Lorraine Hillier, Hot Gossip, Henley-On-Thames
B. Bedborough, Berkshire
Mr & Mrs Mills
Mrs Cooper, Newbury
B. Balborough, Bray
B. Balborough, Bray
M. B at The National Trust
Mrs. Harman, Maidenhead
Ms. J Williams, Woking