Door prices in North West England
Choosing your new door can be a tricky decision. The first thing visitors will see when they come to your home and a huge factor when it comes to curb appeal, it’s important that your front door – along with any other doors – not only matches the rest of your property and is durable, but reflects your personal style.
To ensure your new door delivers on the thermal performance, aesthetic and security level you hope for, you may want to personalise it with your individual choice of colour and door furniture and other upgrades. Read on below to find out more about how the look, performance and feel could affect the cost of your door.
What will affect the cost of my new door?
At Droylsden Glass, we choose not to display prices online. This is a conscious decision, as with the amount of options and bespoke service available to our customers, we feel it would be unhelpful. The quality of our products also means that each door requires a custom quote to ensure the best solution and value for your money.
With this in mind, some elements which can influence the cost of your door include the frame colour or finish, listed building requirements, amount of glass and type of glazing, the threshold required or the amount and style of hardware and hinges.