Timber Doors

Timber is one of the strongest materials on the market. Designed to meet the demands of 21st century living, timber doors are manufactured from the highest quality hardwoods offering high levels of performance and security. Also, due to its natural insulating qualities, timber can help reduce your energy costs whilst at the same time enhance the appearance of your property and add value to your home for years to come.  

Solid timber doors are 10% thicker than traditional doors which means they are more resistant to warping and more secure. 

Timber Doors Residential Timber Door

Timber Door Specifications

Solid hardwood doors are available in range of designs and styles ranging from classical to contemporary as well as a range of wood types to compliment the look of your property. 

Different door types include:

  • Residential Timber Door

  • Traditional Sliding Patio Door

  • Lift & Slide Patio Doors

  • Stable Doors

  • Bi Folding Doors

Glazing Options

Available with standard energy efficient glazing, traditional timber door are also available with triple glazing and argon filled units to help boost your homes energy efficiency. 

Consumer Benefits

When you enter into a contract with a member of DGCOS to install glazing products at your home in England, Scotland, Wales or the Isle of Wight, you should receive the following.

  • Consumer advice line 
    We are on hand to answer any questions you may have once you have entered into a contract with a scheme member.
  • Deposit and stage-payment protection insurance
    This covers up to 25% of the contract value (maximum limit of £5,000) for 120 days, once your installation is registered with us.
  • Insurance-backed guarantee (IBG)
    An IBG provides protection if your installer ceases (stops) trading and cannot honour the terms of their written guarantee. You will receive an IBG once the member has added in a date on our system to show when they completed your installation.
  • Alternative dispute resolution 
    Our expert mediators are always on hand to help resolve any disputes you may have with one of our members.
  • Access to an ombudsman 
    You will have free access to an ombudsman if we cannot settle your complaint.

Please read the consumer advice section to understand the protection you may receive and the obligations you have. Click here to visit the consumer advice section.

Recent Installations of Timber Doors
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