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With a wide choice of front, internal and garage doors to choose from, Urban Front offers high performance, functional style and individual design. With doors made in their own workshops in the UK and are shipped all over the world.
Working very closely with architects and designers to achieve flexible design including flush doorsets, oversized doors up to 1.5m wide x 3m high, fully glazed doorsets and doors suitable for large and small developments. Urban Front's doors can be ordered to work with home automation, fitted into glass curtain walling and can be finished in a variety of hardwoods, RAL colours or metal finishes like Bronze and Copper. All designs are unique and design registered in the UK and Europe.
In the past year, Urban Front have passed vigorous security testing and have been awarded LPS1175 Grade 2 commercial certification for security and are also now ISO 9001. Their doors are used on schools, hospitals and apartment building main entrances, on dental surgeries and hairdressers and restaurants and are most known for the use of doors for private residences and homes.
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Various designs and types of doors include:
Our front doors are available as E80 hinged, E80 pivot and E98 Passiv with Uvalues as low as 0.89UV with steel reinforcement for stability, 5point locking as standard for security and double weather sealing for weathering with the possibility of sizing up to 1.5m x 32.m.
Our garage doors come in various systems including Side Hung, Counter balance, Up and Over and 2 by 2 Folding with automation, and match our front door range. Garage doors are available in sizes up to 2.4m x 6m wide depending on the application.
Our internal doors are available hinged, pivoted, sliding or bifold. They match all of the other doors we offer and come in a variety of finishes in addition to FD30 and FD60 and in oversized sizes up to 1.5m wide x 3.2m tall.
RIBA certified CPD are available in addition to workshop tours please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
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