As the name suggests, external doors are doors that are installed on the outside of your home or to other outside spaces like your backyard or patio.
It's one of the very first things guests see when visiting your house as well as providing security from intruders and protection from the elements.
We supply external doors that we personally stand by and you can be assured of a generous warranty, excellent quality and competitive prices.
Our external doors come in a variety of sizes, faces and glasses:
- If you're looking for something with varying textures and grains with unique natural patterns, then our wood options such as Merbau or Tasmanian oak are fantastic options.
- Looking for a blank canvas so you can paint your door to exactly how you want it? A plain face door is a suitable choice.
In contrast to internal doors, external doors come with glass options, after all, it makes sense that you want to be able to look out to visitors and vice versa. Glass panelling also provides a statement piece to complete a beautiful outside look of your home.
Our glass ranges from clear to translucent and is presented in trendy shapes such as rectangular, squared and curved - perfect for modern or traditional homes.
External doors can be cut to almost any size so if you can't find the size you want, be sure to give us a call and we'll see what arrangements can be made.
What materials are external doors made of?
External doors consist of 2 key elements - the internal core and the face.
When it comes to the internal component, the most common builds are fibreglass, solid timber, MDF, glass and aluminium.
The doors that we stock consist of a solid HMR (high moisture resistant skin) MDF (medium density fibreboard) Core.
MDF is denser than many other types of wood, so it is more resistant to moisture and warping. It also has a smooth surface that can be easily painted and styled to match your home’s décor.
The second key component is the face of the door. Our doors come with several face options depending on the series of door.
They include Blackbutt, Merbau, Tasmanian Oak, SPM (sliced pacific maple) and DuraXP.
What is the bushfire attack level (BAL) rating mean?
The BAL rating is an important consideration when choosing your external doors.
Doors with a high BAL rating are more resistant to fire than those with lower ratings, which means they can help prevent the spread of fire through your home.
The external doors we list have a minimum rating of BAL 12.5 which means they are resistant to embers. We also sell doors that have a BAL rating of 29 which is suitable in higher fire risk environments such as burning debris.