Mumford & Wood, specialist manufacturer of the finest timber windows and doors, has introduced timber balcony doorsets to the award-winning Conservation range of period-style sash and casement windows, French doorsets, bi-folding and entrance doors.
Balcony doorsets are most commonly used in a Juliet balcony arrangement and are a modified version of a standard French doorset. The dimensions of the vertical stiles are particularly narrow by comparison to maximise the glass area in what is usually a very narrow doorset. The design and construction achieves an authentic replica of a single glazed original doorset in which the integrity of the elevation is completely maintained.
Available in an open-in or open-out configuration, Mumford & Woods Conservation balcony doorsets have espagnolette locking and are available with the extensive range of profile and bar options to suite with all products in the range. Tom Barfield, sales director, Mumford & Wood, said "In a genuine period property each door could typically be as narrow as 900mm wide, so its very important that timber sections are kept to a minimum, especially across the meeting stiles. They tend to open inwards and very often are below a fixed or openable fanlight. Youll most often see them on the first floor of front elevations in large Georgian and Victorian terraces and villas.