Their old front door was an original 1930s door and was damaged. Mrs Easton thought it would be impractical to try to repair it although she was worried a new door would not be in keeping with the style of house. After seeing the offer online, she decided it would be worth the risk for the affordability factor. They chose to change their old white door to a more modern anthracite grey PVCu door with a white interior to maintain the brighter interior.
The Easton’s were also looking to have the original 1930s French doors at the back of the house converted to a fixed window as they didn’t use the doors for access and they were finding them to be draughty. They chose a large white PVCu fixed pane glass to floor window with 2 openers at the top. To maintain the period feature of the property they selected to have a Georgian astragal design.
They had a full Oak hardwood internal surround for the door and the window.