Modern stable doors are becoming more and more popular with homeowners. Window companies within the UK are seeing a strong increase in the number of doors now being sold in the replacement market. Why are these doors traditionally associated with more rural properties now turning up in the city or urban homes as an alternative to the standard rear door replacement? here are just a few reasons why:
A stable door opens three ways, the normal way you expect any door to open, the top half of the door opens on its own with a further third option to tilt the top of the door using the tilt mechanism.
As they are made by modern manufacturers the doors are fully reinforced and carry the latest security devices such as the latest locks and designs to stop unwanted guests entering a person’s home.
With stable doors becoming very popular an element of keeping up with the Jones’s can be seen within the market.
Modern materials are employed within the manufacture of all doors with UPVC and the latest composite stable doors all giving low maintenance and the homeowner the peace of mind that their new purchase will never need painting and with the minimum of looking after, their investment will last for a considerable length of time.
Heat Retention. With the awful weather and prolonged winters now expected in the UK, the stable doors are highly energy efficient with modern manufacturing providing doors that keep energy and warmth in with draft excluders and gaskets fully deployed in higher quality stable doors.
In the summer months, the doors come into their own often a housewife will be cooking in the kitchen desperately in need of fresh air, with both the tilt mechanism and the ability to open the top half of the sash with the bottom half firmly locked in case any children are walking about the stable door does have huge benefits over its traditional counterpart.
The stable door continues to be a popular choice with homeowners and with so many benefits to a homeowner will certainly be a top-three choice for a replacement door in the years to come…