One of our first installations this year was a beautiful Painswick Coloured Solidor Composite Door, in the Conway 3 style for Gardinia customer Mr Bellwood.
This door was glazed with the reflections design and has individual pains of glass traditionally assembled using chrome lead, due to the nature of this design been very delicate, it is encapsulated between two other pains of glass to create a triple glazed unit which protects the design from any possible damage.
Needless to say I think you will agree the stunning end result speaks for its self:
The light coming though the glass in to Mr Belwoods home looks fantastic also:
Below is an old photo from before we installed the new Solidor Composite Door, needless to say the difference between a modern Composite door and an old Upvc door is quite staggering:
Mr Bellwood thought so too and wrote this great review on Google about his experience using our services:
“Just had a composite door fitted by Gardinia. I’ve been a bit apprehensive because I usually do everything to the house myself. The installers turned up dead on time and were absolutely superb. They went above and beyond what I expected, even trimmed up and fixed a bit of my flooring that had pre existing damage. I couldn’t be happier with the job. Not the cheapest around, but you really do get what you pay for.”
Like what you see? then why not explore our extensive range of doors? from Upvc, Composite and Aluminium to Bi-Fold and French Doors, Gardinia has you covered. Feel free to contact Gardinia today and arrange a free no obligation consultation.