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UPVC Bespoke Single Door
REHAU’s UPVC Total 70c doors have been priced to suit all budgets and designed to resonate with all tastes.
• REHAU’s T70c Chamfered Profile
• (W) 400mm – 1200mm (H) 1800mm – 2400mm
• Internationally trusted locks, handles and hardware
• Fully Reinforced Strong, Secure, and durable
• Thermal values up to: 0.9 W/m2K
• A+ Energy Rating
The standard aluminium security front door handle has a 243mm long backplate, and is made from aluminium. Contemporary and modern in appearance, the standard aluminium front door handle has been cleverly designed to offer a very comfortable grip when operating.
- High quality designed handle
- Tube handle gives a very comfortable grip when operating
- Handles are made from Aluminium
Outward or Inward Opening?
Provided that we offer a bespoke service either opening is available. An outward opening is the most desired option for doors opening into an external area. The outward opening system has 2 main benefits, furniture does not get in the way of opening and closing of doors, and if the weather has been wet the water from the doors won’t drip inside the house when opened.
Most people base this choice on whichever best suits their space. Doors are designed to be either wholly Open In or Out and there is no key benefit from choosing one over the other. It remains a matter of choice only. There are some minor differences:
Normal glass, that is clear and durable. However, when it breaks it will break into large irregular shaped shards.
Stronger than standard glass. It is specially curated to increase strength and safety. When broken it shatters into smaller shards.
Strongest than both standard and toughened glass. Laminated glass has a laminated layer within the sealed unit which also helps prevent damages and increases security. The laminated layer makes it increasingly difficult to break into compared to standard and toughened.
Clear A Rated (Double-Glazed)
Clear A Rated (Triple Glazed)
Pilkington Active Solar Control Glass Grey Tint
Pilkington Active Solar Control Glass Bronze Tint
Pilkington Active Solar Control Glass Blue-Green Tint (Self Cleaning)
Pilkington Active Solar Control Neutral (Self Cleaning)
UPVC Solid Panel
Aluminium Solid Panel
What are trickle vents used for?
If this is for an extension, please read below;
All habitable rooms require 5000mm sq. of equivalent air.
If you have no other means of venting your room (i.e. a brick vent, mechanical ventilation or another door or window with a trickle vent fitted) then a trickle vent will need to be fitted to your door or window.
If this is for replacing an existing door or window, please read below;
If you are replacing an existing door or window and not changing the structural width of your opening then building regulations do not apply.
If the door or window you are replacing has trickle ventilation already fitted, then it is a requirement that a trickle vent is fitted on the replacement product.
You may choose to have a vent fitted regardless of it being a requirement, to aid background ventilation.
If you choose to have trickle vents on your door or window it will be cut out into the opening sash that you choose e.g. if you choose a window with an opening sash and a fixed sash the trickle vent will be placed on the opening sash.
For all doors and windows under 2000mm one trickle vent is fitted and for all doors over 2000mm two trickle vents are fitted.
Which threshold is right for you?
The threshold is effectively the bottom track of the door. We offer the option of standard threshold (weathered) and low threshold (non-weathered). For external doors, we recommend our standard threshold as this has a small upstand lip which creates a weather tight seal. The low threshold has no lip and can be used to create a flush floor finish. They are recommended for internal doors or doors that are in sheltered areas.
95mm Sub Cill
The drainage sub cill is found at the bottom of the frame. It protrudes out to allow the water to drip away from the brickwork. When fitted in line with the back of the frame there is a visible overhang of 25mm.
150mm Sub Cill
The drainage sub cill is found at the bottom of the frame. It protrudes out to allow the water to drip away from the brickwork. 150mm Sub Cill is the most standard and common sub cill used. The standard size for a normal brickwork aperture is 150mm. When fitted in line with the back of the frame there is a visible overhang of 80mm.
180mm Sub Cill
The drainage sub cill is found at the bottom of the frame. It protrudes out to allow the water to drip away from the brickwork. When fitted in line with the back of the frame there is a visible overhang of 110mm.