The classic stable door is available in white only

Bevan Stable

Blake Stable

Da Vinci Stable

Flint Stable

Van Gogh Stable

The Stable Difference

The Cottage Look

Beauty is in the detail, that’s why the grain effect skin has been handcrafted from a real timber door to provide the most authentic appearance. It looks just like a real timber door, but with all the properties of a composite.

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Other Key Features

Designed to Perform

The Stable door is built to perform, constructed with a full through coloured UV stable UPVC facing, making it stronger and more durable to take everyday usage.

Laminated Frame

Built with strength in mind, the Stable's back bone is constructed from a cross laminated timber inner frame for maximum rigidity and strength.

Rear / Side door extras

As a purpose built rear or side door, we've made sure that a selection of components are available to suit your lifestyle.

Made to Measure

Every door is bespoke and made to measure each time; never simply cut down to fit. This ensures that each door you purchase is personalised for you.

Security for your home is paramount

All our multi-point locks meet the requirements of PAS 23/24, are 100% tested in accordance with BS EN ISO 9001 Quality Assurance and have been approved by the Association of Chief Police Officers to meet ‘Secured by Design’.

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Eco friendly energy efficient doors

Keeping heat in your home and money in the bank is paramount. The core material in our doors have been designed to achieve both high security and the best U-value insulation properties. Remember, your door insulation is just as important as your windows so check what core materials are being used.

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Passive Fire Protection and Fire Doors

Fire doors form an integral part of a buildings Passive Fire Protection (PFP) system, which in turn is a key part of the overall Structural Fire Protection (SFP) system. A system which is essential in keeping people, the building and surrounding areas safe in the tragic event of a fire.

‘Bon Voyage’ to the Kellett brothers

In January this year Britdoors Group said goodbye to Anthony and Paul Kellett after 45 years of service at JCK Joinery. The well-loved joinery was first started in 1830 by their great, great, great, grandfather, John Cornelius Kellett. Since conception, JCK Joinery (then known as J C Kellett) has been constructing quality timber masterpieces with […]