Doors


Most of us have experienced a door that won't shut properly or one that sticks and swells. After a time it becomes annoying and the only way to address the problem is to repair it.

Fortunately for today's homeowner, timber doors aren't the only option. PVCu and PVCu clad composite doors are time enduring alternatives that successfully imitate the look of a traditional timber door but, unlike wood, won't rot or warp as the seasons change. As far as options go, full panel doors are ideal for entrances that open on to pavements, shared access passages, or for the utmost privacy. Semi-glazed styles allow more light into entrance areas and offer a suitable level of privacy for front door applications.

For rear or side doors that open on to more secluded areas, choose a style that is more "open" in appearance with less panels and a generous amount of glazing.

Find out more about our environmentally friendly PVCu frames.

Visit our Gallery to view our installations.

Visit the Door Designer to get creative.

Download a brochure displaying some of our traditional pcv doors.

Tougher Windows

Made a little tougher in the Highlands for the Highland weather.

We are proud to be recognised by the major accreditation boards for the various products that we offer.

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CE Marking

From 1 July 2013 it became mandatory for manufacturers to apply CE marking to any of their products which are covered by a harmonised European standard (hEN) or European Technical Assessment (ETA).

 

GreenGorm Windows

By installing our A Rated Windows, the average UK home could save money on their fuel bills, and save as much as 1704kg of CO2 per year, the equivalent of taking a Ford Mondeo off the road for a year!

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Cairngorm Group's sales and marketing manager, Martin Mitchell, joined the company in 2003.

Having previously worked in sales and marketing in the newspaper industry, he was attracted to the family-run Cairngorm Group which never puts its customers under pressure to buy. Martin is actively involved in the day-to-day marketing of the company covering both the Highland office in Inverness and the Caithness branch in Thurso.

 


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