At Alex Trade Frames, we supply high quality, handcrafted timber entrance doors from the Scotdoor Collection. Made from 100% sustainably sourced timber, Scotdoors are a stylish and eco-friendly solution for your customer’s entrance door upgrade.
The Scotdoor Collection: features and benefits
Scotdoor timber doors provide a wealth of benefits and have a number of high specification features. With a Scotdoor timber door, you get:
- Extensive choice of factory finished stains and colours
- Multi-point locking systems as standard
- Transparent or obscure decorative glass sections
- PAS 24 and Secured by Design accreditation
- Low aluminium threshold for easy access
- Wide range of attractive and durable hardware options (handles, letterboxes, knockers)
- Diamond Ultion lock cylinder
- A selection of traditional and contemporary styles
Scotdoor timber doors provide outstanding levels of energy efficiency. The interior of a Scotdoor is made from an extruded polystyrene rigid foam insulation plate, which dramatically boosts thermal performance capacity. A series of vertical and horizontal veneers provide strength, while an aluminium stabilising sheet enhances security and provides protection against moisture penetration.
Timber doors designed to suit any application
Whether your installations are primarily focused on modern properties or you often work on more traditional homes, there’s a Scotdoor designed to suit every installation. The Iona and Skye door styles emulate the designs of early 20th-century architecture and are perfect for tastefully upgrading large 1920s and 30s semi-detached properties.
For more contemporary properties, doors from the Islay range are sleek and stylish with a selection of small glazed sections to choose from. Their vertical panelling is sleek and elegant, creating a truly 21st-century door. If privacy is the priority for your customers, the Lewis door is made from a solid section of timber with no glazed areas. If you’d prefer a more bespoke door, we can combine several configurations to meet your customer’s expectations.
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