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Thread: Front Doors

  1. #51
    So it does look costs overall have steadily increased.. then if that was how much you paid a few years back....

    thanks for the info though.

    cheers

    Matt

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    Problem is demand is high and there is plenty of surplus slush money floating about, so prices are insanely high across the board. I need a new drive installing but I've decided not to bother atm and come back later in the year/next year when demand has hopefully tailed off and normality returned.

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    We've recently had a Veka composite front door fitted and another to our garden office. While it is early days, they both look and function superbly so far.

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    A little bump for this thread, but has anyone any experience of Endurance Doors?

    https://endurancedoors.co.uk/

    When I spoke to a local installer and mentioned Solidor to him he said these were far superior, in that they're cross laminated and therefore do not warp.

    @Browners - I see you're also from Bristol are you still fitting doors and could we possibly have a chat?

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    No experience of that brand personally.

    But seeing as this thread is bumped I should probably update too and say thanks to this thread (and in particular eagletower) we did end up with the Origin front door. We had considered hard wood, but on feeling the Origin doors on display it was inevitable which way we were going to go. Very pleased with it so far.

  6. #56
    I also went with gfd homes who supplied and fitted a Spitfire door.

    They did a great job - very impressed with it so far 👍

    Cheers

    matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by badger1 View Post
    A little bump for this thread, but has anyone any experience of Endurance Doors?

    https://endurancedoors.co.uk/

    When I spoke to a local installer and mentioned Solidor to him he said these were far superior, in that they're cross laminated and therefore do not warp.

    @Browners - I see you're also from Bristol are you still fitting doors and could we possibly have a chat?
    Had an Edurance front door fitted recently. From what I can see it is very good quality.

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    To round off my question, we got our Solidor fitted this last few weeks and we’re very happy with it. Would absolutely recommend.

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