We had a particularly tricky problem with our door – our 1934 house is not level and true and our existing front door was so out of plumb I could put my finger in between the door and the frame in parts. A friend had recommended Front Door Shop as she’d seen one of their doors at someone’s house. The process of choosing a door was quite straightforward and of course a bespoke door costs significantly more than a stock door shown on their site. My door took quite a bit of craftsmanship to fit it into the frame which was integrated into our house and curved in parts. Brian and his colleague did a very good job of creating a quality, solid feeling door which fits our space perfectly and now lets in light from the glass panel in the top. He was happy to re-use the old hardware from our old door which has matched well. We were given good quality locks and I am very happy with the door. I would recommend if you have a specific installation date in mind that you specify this very clearly at regular intervals as I have my door now when I really didn’t want it until September at the end of my build. It is so lovely and I am worried it will get damaged between now and the end of our project, so if you have a specific date in mind you will need to be VERY clear about this rather than just mentioning it at the outset as I did. Having said all that I would still recommend this company as the quality of the work is excellent and follow up service appears to be very good – Brian popped in today to attend to a minor issue which had not been spotted on the installation day. We have a variation of the Tuscany door with plain leadlight glass, painted matte black on the outside and natural oak on the inside, and it looks beautiful.

Taken from Google Reviews

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