Timber looks amazing! It has a sophisticated, timeless look that adds flair to any home. It’s just a shame that it requires so much maintenance. Timber needs to be regularly varnished, cleaned, and sealed otherwise it starts to look worn and tired. Not only does it require all this work, but the warranties for timber tend to be hard to claim. If the door is not maintained every 6 months (or every 3 months in coastal environments) then the door may not be covered under warranty. Some companies even require proof that maintenance has taken place every six months. This can leave customers in the lurch when something has gone wrong.
Who has the time for all that? There are so many other, better things that people could be doing in their spare time as opposed to maintaining their front door.
Thankfully, now there is a way to get that timber look without having to do all that maintenance or worry about fulfilling the strict requirements of a timber door warranty.
Jason Windows have introduced a timber look front door providing the natural look of timber with the durability and strength of aluminium, plus minimal maintenance and upkeep required. They won’t warp, nor will they need to be repainted or varnished.
The timber look doors come with several different glass options to suit your safety, insulation or noise reduction requirements. There is everything from clear glass to translucent glass so you decide the level of privacy you need.
Jason Windows Timber Look Doors are available in three natural timber look colours. Choose from:
Contrasting with light brick and render you can create a striking sophisticated look. Pairing with dark colour allows the burgundy and deep brown tones to blend, exuding classic luxury.
Add warmth to a contemporary style house. Cedar is the colour most architects use to add contrast and create warmth through it’s mid range tones. This colour is the perfect match to the Cubist and Mid Century revival homes and architecture which are trending at the moment.
A real wow factor that is sophisticated and plays on Shou Sugi Ban (or Yakisugi) an ancient Japanese exterior siding technique that preserves wood by charring. The use of dark wood features is a popular trend showcased on shows such as Grand Designs Australia.
The quality of the timber finish will fool you in believing these modern doors are made from real timber rather than durable powder coat. See the finish yourself! The doors are on display at Jason Windows Welshpool and Bunbury showrooms and also on display at Home Base in Subiaco, or contact Jason Windows to find out more.