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The Amdega Timber Door Collection

  • Natural, timeless and elegant
  • Expertly crafted to keep out draughts
  • Ideal for period or listed buildings
  • Range of finishes to suit any home
  • 30-year guarantee

The Amdega Collection

Since 1874, Amdega has been producing the finest hand-crafted timber windows, doors and conservatories in the UK. Their quality and craftmanship makes them a perfect fit for us, and why we're proud to announce The Amdega Collection is now exclusively available from Everest.

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Why choose Timber Doors?

Whether you’re considering an external wooden front door, wooden back door or French doors, nothing makes a more natural and elegant statement than the classic beauty of timber.

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The benefits of solid wood doors

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Naturally beautiful timber front doors

Wooden doors are a marvellous way to give your home a classic look with timeless charm and uncompromising style. With a wide range of designs, paint and hardware finishes available, we can easily match a door to the character of your home. Moreover, we use modern lamination and finger jointing technology to remove knots from softwood to achieve a smooth and beautiful appearance that will last for years.

External wooden doors designed for optimal warmth

Our wooden doors are made-to-measure and precision crafted for a perfect fit. We have a far lower tolerance for gaps than other suppliers to keep the draughts out and the heat in. Most importantly timber is the most thermally efficient material for a door and does not conduct heat or cold and so will keep your home wonderfully warm. In addition we add low-e glass to reflect heat back into the room.

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A close up of a gold letterbox on a solid hardwood front door.

Strong and secure external timber doors

For complete peace of mind, our wooden doors feature a multi-point, bi-directional stainless steel locking mechanism and three high security hinges as standard. They are also made to measure to within fractions of a millimetre for the perfect fit, which makes them more secure and gives a neater finish.

Guaranteed for peace of mind


Our timber doors are guaranteed against rot and fungus for 30 years. We also offer a 10-year guarantee on the whole door, while finishes are guaranteed for 5 years against discolouration.

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A choice of wood and finish

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Hardwood or softwood doors

We offer sustainably sourced softwood (European Redwood) and hardwood (Red Grandis), both of which are accredited by the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC). Our hardwood and softwood is laminated and engineered to specially bond layers together and add strength and rigidity. For even further durability our softwood is finger jointed to eradicate knots and resist twisting.

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Stained or painted finish

We would never claim that timber is maintenance free but if wood is the only option or you love the look, then we offer an impressive range of stained finishes on all our hardwood frames, highlighting the beauty of the natural grain for an authentic look with timeless charm. Alternatively, we offer a great range of painted finishes on our softwood timber providing a more contemporary finish.

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Solid wood construction

All our wooden doors are laminated for added strength and rigidity, while our softwood is also engineered with finger jointing technology to add strength, eradicate knots and resist twisting. The door leaf is then rebated with double weather-resistant seals to prevent rain water entering.

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Timber door FAQs

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    Q. Is timber prone to movement?

    Timber’s beauty comes from the fact it is a natural material, and as a natural product some degree of movement in terms of expansion/contraction can be expected. However, with the engineered timber that Everest use, this movement is kept to a minimum.

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    Q. Do timber doors warp over time?

    A low quality timber door can warp over time, however, Everest wooden doors are laminated and engineered to add strength, eradicate knots and resist twisting.

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    Q. What are the main reasons for choosing a timber door?

    Wooden doors are considered by many to be the most visually pleasing type of door. Their natural beauty suits both traditional and modern properties. For many homes, particularly in conservation areas, wooden doors are the perfect choice. They are also available in a wide range of painted and stained colours so you can create the ideal look to suit your home.

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    Q. How often do timber doors need to be redecorated?

    We use micro-porous paint and stain finishes on all of our timber products to keep them looking good, however timber products aren’t maintenance free and will require regular maintenance to maintain the performance and look of the product. The regularity of maintenance will depend on the location of your property and where the wooden windows are located on the property.

    Our paint finishes will require maintenance every 3 years to 4 years in a moderate climate (non-coastal areas at low altitude) or every 2 to 3 years in extreme climates (coastal areas and high altitude).

    Our stain finishes will require maintenance every 2 to 3 years in a moderate climate (non-coastal areas at low altitude) or every 1 to 2 years in extreme climates (coastal areas and high altitude).

    Unsheltered doors will require more maintenance than those sheltered or partly sheltered.

    We recommend that the surface coating is inspected annually and if required you should re-coat the wood with micro-porous stain or paint.

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    Q. How often do timber doors need to be cleaned?

    All of our timber frames are made from specifically selected, seasoned wood. Timber has natural properties which help it withstand the elements and in the factory we apply a ‘colour harmonising’ finish containing a preservative. We then apply a micro-porous protective stain or paint finish. However, timber is a natural material so requires regular attention to keep them looking good. You should carry out cleaning regularly, at least twice a year. The factory applied coating systems will give many years of life between repainting cycles and simple steps, such as wiping down the product to remove dirt and insects will help to extend the decorative finish. Washing your door regularly with soap and water can add years of life to your wooden door.

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