From £537.00 inc VAT.
£447.50 ex VAT
From £187.00 inc VAT.
£155.83 ex VAT
Complete the look of your property with a stylish external back door, or choose a more elaborate design that matches your front door to add symmetry to the property. Front and back doors don't have to match, but choosing similar materials and designs helps to create a cohesive style.
Choose the right material to suit your style, budget, and needs.
Our composite back doors are top-of-the-range. They're secure and energy efficient, durable, and low-maintenance. Check out the composite back door range if you want to reduce your energy bills and secure your home with style.
External timber doors are a thing of beauty. They need a bit more maintenance than composite or uPVC doors but they're well worth it. Timber is a favourite as it brings a feeling of warmth and nature to a home. We offer oak, hardwood, pine, and redwood options.
The front door gets a lot of attention, but all too often the rear door of a home is left as an afterthought. Many homeowners settle for a plain, simple door that doesn’t match the rest of the property. That doesn’t have to be the case.
Our back door range contains lots of appealing designs, from beautiful glazed options to quirky stable door designs.
Our glazed doors are made with toughened double-glazed panels that let in plenty of natural light. Some doors come with frosted glass, to give you a nice bright and airy feel while still offering good privacy. Others have leaded glass or multiple panels.
These heavyweight doors are made to comply with modern building regulations and offer good security and thermal performance. They are supplied unfinished, ready to paint, or prime on site. Be sure to read the descriptions of the doors carefully, as they may contain storage and decorating instructions that must be followed to get the most out of the product.
Our full range covers most standard sizes with a 44mm thickness. They come with generous hardwood lippings that can be trimmed to allow the door to fit into more unusual or awkwardly sized openings. If you need a door that can fit a much larger opening, please do not hesitate to contact us. We have a selection of patio and French doors as well as front doors with sidelight options to suit bigger openings. Our sales team would be happy to discuss these options with you.
When choosing an external door, it is essential that you consider security, as well as thermal performance. There are strict building regulations relating to insulation for external doors in modern homes. All of our exterior doors are made to comply with or exceed modern standards. We offer a robust guarantee, and some doors also have an additional manufacturer’s guarantee.
Be sure to take a look at our selection of front doors, and internal doors as well. We have carefully selected our entire product range to make it easy for you to pick out matching products for the entire property, enjoying a polished and put-together look from front to back, and room to room.
We offer free delivery (over £750) as standard on all of our doors, and our quoted prices include VAT. We always aim to offer products to suit most budgets and tastes, while making sure that we offer top quality and great looks at every price point.
Questions about Back Doors
Composite doors make great rear doors because they are engineered to provide the best in security and thermal performance. Timber is a sturdy material too, and has a long lifespan if properly maintained.
You can get a good quality back door for under £100, but the cost is all relative to your needs. Things like size, finish, material, glazing and style all affect the final price.
Composite doors are made with a specific mix of materials designed to be robust and secure. This makes them a very safe option. However, many factors like the locking system, installation, and design can impact how secure your back door is overall.
Replacing doors tends to fall under repairs, maintenance or general improvements. As such, they generally don't need planning permission. However, if you're significantly changing the look or if you live in a period property, you may need to seek additional guidance.
Most exterior doors open outwards. Find out more in our dedicated article, should external doors open in or out?
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