Synergy composite stable doors are just as at home in a modern property as they are in their traditional country cottage settings. This means that you’ll be able to bring something special to your home no matter your property style, offering a seamlessly complementary addition that is sure to satisfy across the board. With our design, you’ll be able to enjoy the best of both worlds.
Manufactured from the same core materials as our market leading 44mm Entrance Composite Doors, the stable door collection offers the same consistently high level of quality that you expect from all Hallmark door products. With this in mind, you’ll be able to rest assured that your stable door will be a worthwhile investment for your property that will continue to bring lasting value.
Stable doors are renowned for bringing the ultimate country charm to any property, comprising a signature dual sash design that allows you to operate the top and bottom parts of the door separately from each other. With this in mind, you’ll be able to increase ventilation and views without compromising on home security or the safety of your loved ones.
To ensure they offer lasting quality for your home, all of our stable doors are accompanied by a comprehensive 20 year guarantee. With this in place, you’ll be able to enjoy a door design that keeps on giving long after its initial installation. You won’t have to worry about our stable doors failing you over time or after long exposure to the elements.
To ensure their inherent structural integrity is maintained, all of our stable doors are manufactured using premium grade materials. When this factor is combined with their modern profile, professional installation, and high security integrated locking systems, you’ll be able to bring a contemporary standard of security to your home.
Due to their multi-chambered build, our stable doors are able to achieve an impressive degree of thermal efficiency for your home. Through this, the warmth from your central heating will stay in your home for a longer period of time, and you could find yourself saving money on your heating costs as a result: it could even help you reduce your carbon footprint!
Due to their modern design, our stable doors are able to offer you the ideal harmony between traditional function and modern form. They are available in a choice of 4 cottage slab designs, and can be complemented with a wide selection of decorative glass options. With this in mind, you’re sure to bring the ideal new addition to your home: whether it is new or old.
Our stable doors are fitted with a high performance Winkhaus 45mm backset multi-point locking system, which is integrated into the door frame to ensure it performs at the highest standard and does not offer easy access to would-be intruders. You’ll be able to protect your home to a standard that holds steadfast against modern burglary techniques
These doors outclass their traditional timber counterparts by requiring minimal maintenance to keep at their best. This means that you won’t have to cut, sand, or repaint these doors to make sure they both look and perform at their best. All you will have to do is give them a quick wipe with a damp cloth and you’ll be set to go. These doors enable you to enjoy traditional form with modern function.
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The main difference between double and triple glazing, besides the obvious, is the thermal efficiency standard that they each achieve. In short, a triple glazed window will keep the warmth in your home for a longer period of time. This is measured by something known as a 'U-Value', which is a measurement of thermal transmittance (the heat exiting your home). The lower the U-Value, the better the thermal efficiency. With this in mind, triple glazed windows have a lower U-Value than double glazed windows.