Keen to add a touch of jazz to your home? Then our premium range of Heritage style doors may be just what you’re looking for. Synonymous with the Art Deco era of the early 20th century, and having never really gone out of style, industrial steel look doors have had somewhat of a renaissance in recent years, and it’s easy to see why.
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Whether it’s external or internal Heritage doors that you’re looking for, our comprehensive range of steel look doors has everything you need - from bifolding to French doors to single internal doors, you can keep a consistent look right the way through your home.
As the name suggests, heritage style doors are all about bringing old world character into the now. Regardless of whether you have a period property or a modern new build, the sleek black slimline frames and expansive glass panels that are typical of the style, can really make a statement, both to the exterior and interior of your home.
Originated in Essex, UK in the late 19th century, this style of steel door was reserved for industrial buildings such as factories and public buildings such as the Houses of Parliament where natural light played an important role in illuminating the space.
The difficulty lay in the fact that large single glass panes weren’t a possibility, so structured steel frames were required to add stability. As a result, the industrial style doors that we know and love today were created.
Nowadays, the heavy steel frames of external heritage doors have been replaced with much more lightweight and much more long lasting aluminium, and internal heritage doors are made from premium grade engineered solid oak.
Aluminium heritage style doors replicate the style perfectly, taking all the good bits of steel doors and removing the faults.
Not only is aluminium a much more environmentally friendly product to manufacture, it’s also naturally resistant to corrosion and warping, and much more energy efficient.
All Climadoor external aluminium heritage doors are of the highest quality, using the latest manufacturing methods and durability tests. With thermally broken frames and low E toughened double glazing as standard - they not only meet but exceed the UK building regulations standard.
The lightweight nature of aluminium steel look doors also means that exterior heritage doors are available in a range of styles, sizes and configurations to perfectly suit your house. Whether it’s a heritage style bifold door system you're looking for or you’d prefer steel look French doors, the choice is yours.
Want to carry on the industrial doors look throughout the rest of your home? The great thing about the heritage doors style is that it’s flexible enough to work both internally and externally.
Steel look doors can really make a statement and become a major focal point in your interior design, whilst still offering a number of practical solutions and flexibility when it comes to the rest of your décor colour choices.
With a solid engineer core, all Climadoor internal heritage doors are made using premium grade oak with a smooth black primed finish, and are designed to compliment the rest of our steel look doors range.
In the range, you can choose from heritage style internal bifolds, heritage style internal French doors and our innovative range of heritage style Frenchfold doors - combining the best of both worlds.
If black steel look doors are something you’d like to flow through the rest of your home, then our range of black internal single door range offers you complete flexibility, with both solid and glazed door options available in the heritage collection.
Questions about Heritage Doors
The term Heritage door refers to a style of door that harks back to doors and windows that were typically found in early 20th century England, particularly in factories and public buildings.
As industrial buildings got bigger, the need to generate as much natural light flow as possible meant that large windows and doors were required, both internally and externally. The ideal solution came with doors and windows made up of a number of square steel frames that would support large glass panels.
Over time, this design filtered into homes and living spaces, and quickly became a favoured interior design feature that typified the elegance of the Art Deco era and the Modernist movement. As the trend progressed, the heritage door was born.
Very much yes! The classic steel door look, with slim black door frames and large glass panels, has long been a favourite among designers and architects.
Despite their colour, this is especially true in those period properties where the need to increase natural light is a must, as this is exactly what they were originally designed for.
By comparison to traditional steel doors, no, heritage doors are not expensive. Steel is an expensive material to produce, therefore making steel doors a pricey option. On the other hand, aluminium steel look doors are much cheaper and the composition of aluminium means it’s also recyclable, more lightweight and corrosion resistant.
Likewise, choosing wooden steel look doors for internal use is much cheaper, as again, timber doors are cheaper to manufacture, easier to maintain and also have better insulating properties - while their appearance still offers all the aesthetic benefits of traditional steel doors.
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