Finding the right company for help and advice on what is best for you and your property is always difficult.
HRG Services do not only offer you sound advice, but also supply you with various costs so you can choose the option that best suits you.
HRG Services provide a bespoke period door service. We offer two options, one to restore and retain your original door, or manufacture a new door to match your original.
All our work is carried out by our skilled team, our testimonials speak for themselves and the office team are always on hand to answer any questions you may have.
HRG Services provide a free site survey for the works and can provide various costs so you can choose the option that best suits you and your property.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for a free no obligation survey or for further information.
If you are looking for a company to restore or supply and fit your new period doors then contact HRG Services 0800 246 1947
Typical Georgian door would of been a simple six panelled design without glass. The two smaller top panels may of been changed to glass in the later Georgian or Victorian period.
Victorian houses tended to have narrow hallways and entrances. The front door was often made of softwood and painted, stained or grained to look like hardwood. The doors would have been panelled, divided into four or six sections with some panels filled with glass. A beautiful front door would have been very important to the Victorian home owner so it would have been well maintained with gleaming brass furniture.
Edwardian houses were often built on wider plots so a side window sometimes flanked the main door letting in more light to the hallway. The front door was often large, panelled and painted with Art Nouveau or Neo-Georgian glass. It was popular to paint the doors red or green. By the Edwardian period most householders no longer had maids to scrub the step and polish the brass knockers so door furniture was finished with a maintenance free black coating. Steps were made of stone or covered with a simple sheet of metal.
Many customers love their properties original features, so we are often asked to restore the original doors at there homes. Whether that be a entrance door or internal doors in your period property HRG Services can offer services to save these features.
Our team can fully restore your old doors removing years of paint where needed, making adjustment and minor alterations, changing broken glass or installing slim double glazing into it.
Full restoration including preparation, removal of rotten timbers and the application of resins and the installation of discrete thermal improvements.
Call HRG Services today to book your free no obligation site survey on 0800 246 1947
If we can be of assistance or you would like to discuss your project or book us in to carry out a site visit please call.
We specialise in customising and manufacturing bespoke doors to match your original. All details will be taken of your existing door before your new items go into manufacture. From one front door through to your whole house, HRG Services provide a high standard period door supply and installation service. Our doors can come in a variety of timbers, glazing options and furniture all installed by our friendly and tidy team.
Victorian doors, Edwardian doors, Georgian, softwood and painted, stained or grained, hardwood, panelled, various glazing options, beautiful period front doors. We can also supply and fit eye-catching polished period door furniture.
If your doors need changing and you would like something to match the era of your property with a supply and fit service, then please give HRG Services a call today on 0800 246 1947
For more information about any of our services, please contact us using the form below, or call us on 0800 246 1947
At HRG Services Ltd we cover all Dorset, Hampshire, Somerset and Wiltshire areas offering a dedicated bespoke service tailored to your needs.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss your project with us, then please don’t hesitate to call us on 0800 246 1947.