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Decoration Advice

So you finally got the door you wanted but now you are unsure what to do next? Well our Decoration Advice page has all of the information required on how to care, store, install and generally just look after your new door(s).

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Doors need to be maintained, treated and well looked after, they are a natural timber product and therefore it can be hard to know exactly what product to use to treat your new door(s) with.

We are here to help and guide you every step of the way and with all of our treatment advice just a click away, we are here to make sure your door(s) last a long time.

As we have a wide range of doors from different manufacturers, the recommendations differ for each and every door, both internal and external however, to make it nice and easy for you we have advice PDF’s for each manufacturer to help narrow it down.

We have the following Decoration Advice for the manufacturers below, simply click the link to the one you are after: 

The PDF’s will provide all the information you need regarding your new door, this will have your warranty details as well as installation instructions.

We also have a wide help and advice section on maintaining your doors, which include advice on how to trim your door, how to fit hinges to your door and much more. You can find all of our maintenance information here

You may have already purchased a door which is pre-finished but as our PDF's provide installation and care advice, it may be worthwhile downloading just in case. If you intend to trim down a pre-finished door, please remember you will to re-decorate the edges. 

If you are unsure what manufacturer your door(s) are from, then please do not hesitate to contact our customer service team for clarification and we can help guide you to the correct PDF. You can find our contact details here.


*We strongly recommend that you follow the manufacturers advice/recommendations on treatment. Should you wish to opt for your own, then you risk invalidating your warranty/guarantee, you do this at your own risk. The information provided is subject to change and manufacturers may change their advice without any prior notice, these PDF's are up to date as of 22/10/2020 please feel free to contact us for a more up to date version.