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- Why (And How) You Should Improve the Kerb Appeal Of Your Home When Looking to Sell
People selling or searching for a new home sometimes come across the phrase ‘kerb appeal’. Initially coined by American realtors, it’s now beginning to pop up more frequently in the UK. But, what is kerb appeal? Continue reading
- How Secure Are Your Doors: Burglar Proofing Your Home
We all associate our homes as our safe place, once we close the front door, we can block ourselves from the world and recharge and relax for a new day.
- Six Frequent Errors to Avoid When Installing Internal Doors
No matter whether you're restoring an old property, building a brand new one or just looking to give your home a much-needed makeover – there are numerous reasons why you might be looking to get some advice on internal doors. Taking the time to choose specific styles and designs, is the easy part – the hard part comes when you come to hang the doors.
- Looking ahead to 2018 interior trends
In the world of interiors new trends come into existence every season. We've read what the leading experts have to say and in this blog we're looking ahead to the new interior trends we can expect to see in 2018 and the best choice of oak internal door to match.
- 5 Reasons to choose Internal Oak Doors
When it comes to choosing interior doors for your home or business, there are any number of choices available – solid materials, hardwood veneers, or hollow flush laminates; uPVC, oak, or MDF; new, or refurbished; plain, or moulded – the list goes on. And yet, the most popular kind of door, particular in the home, but also creeping into the workplace, is oak. So, just why are internal oak doors so popular? Well, to give you all the reasons would be a list almost as long as your selection of doors, but here’s a handful to get you started.
- What are Interior Designers Saying About Wood in 2016?
When it comes to interior design, it's often hard to know which trends will work in your home. After all, what looks great in a glossy magazine often isn't quite so practical in a busy home environment. But don't despair - we've hand-picked some of your favourite interior designers trends for 2016 and found some great, practical ways for you to incorporate them into your home.
- UK Oak Doors - Solid Oak Door Oiling Service
All of our solid oak door are supplied pre-sanded and unfinished. This offers you the opportunity to choose your desired finish and treat your new doors accordingly with a suitable wood treatment. But what if you’re not exactly a DIY whizz and simply want to sit back, relax and admire the elegance and beauty of your new oak doors? Our in-house oiling service makes it possible for you to save time, effort and a whole lot of mess by letting us do the hard work for you. Our trained oiling specialists use tried and tested methods along with industry leading oils and specific oiling equipment to create a finished product which will leave you breathless and your visitors envious.
- Horrible Halloween Doors
We’ve been searching Pinterest to find some of our favourite Halloween door finishes and you can find some of the best below. Hopefully these will provide you with all the inspiration you’ll need this Halloween but if you’ve done something completely different, we’d love to see it!
- Factoring In the Budget with Solid Oak Doors
As a homeowner, one of the first things you’ll want to be aware of when putting together a new home improvement plan such as updating your internal and external doors is the overall cost of the entire job. When you start out it can be easy to see the cost as something to worry about later, but when you need to buy 4-5 solid oak doors for just one area of the house (or a room) then the entire bill that you expected to be paying can shoot up quite dramatically. This is why budgeting is a super important factor and why here at UK Oak Doors we make every effort to pass across savings to our customers, by offering free delivery on all orders over £500 for example.