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Your Style, Your Design, You Choice...

The first thing your visitors see is the front door and it can make a real difference to the appearance of your home. You use your front door every day so not only does it have to look good, it needs to be tough and durable. And for would be intruders its a deterrent, so it has to be secure for your complete peace of mind.

James and Co. (Midlands) Ltd.'s doors will not warp or rot and need very little maintenance to give you excellent service year after year.

The importance of a good first impression cannot be underestimated, which is why our uPVC doors are designed to provide a warm and stylish welcome. Each of our front doors is tailor-made and designed to be an elegant eye-catching introduction to your home. But front doors have a second role that's just as important as the first keeping your home safe and secure.

With a wide range of designs for you to choose from, plus an extensive selection of glazing and door furniture options, you can be sure we've got the perfect front door for your home.

There is a huge choice of doors styles and colours. It starts with the conventional uPVC door with or without midrail. You might choose glass top and bottom or a panel at the bottom - letter plate - knocker - spyhole, they are all there for you to choose.

See our range of colours and woodgrain finishes.


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